An overnight rain shower soaked the grass fields of the Seahawks practice complex in Renton, so the team held its short walk-through session indoors. Players wore shorts and t-shirts, no helmets or pads. Heck, there […]
While Friday night’s game in Green Bay, Wisconsin is just an exhibition, it matters plenty to Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll. With first stringers playing well into the third quarter, Carroll and his staff will […]
After two seasons lost largely to knee injuries, James Carpenter is finally healthy and ready to prove he was worthy of the Seattle Seahawks selecting him with a first-round draft pick.
Center Max Unger has been a key to the Seahawks’ third-ranked rushing attack, as well as a steadying influence for rookie QB Russell Wilson and a revolving quartet of guards.
The second-year linebacker played well in a spot start for Hill last week and figures to play a lot this week — whether he starts or not.
Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Carpenter, whose knee is bothering him, was placed on the reserve/non-football illness list, and little-used wide receiver Braylon Edwards was waived/injured.
The Seattle Seahawks reached to draft James Carpenter 25th overall in 2011, and he has not been able to hold on to his right tackle job or stay healthy enough to even play consistently at left guard.
With Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner facing possible suspensions next week, the Hawks also might lose Red Bryant to plantar fasciitis and/or Leroy Hill to a bum ankle.
After missing almost two full games with a concussion, the linebacker is expected to bring back some missing leadership to Seattle’s defense. Said coach Pete Carroll: “It’s a big boost for us to get him back out there.”
James Carpenter returned to practice after missing the last two games with a concussion, but will he or John Moffitt start between Russell Okung and Max Unger?