The constant shuffling along the Seattle Seahawks’ offensive line could be coming to an end.
Washington offensive lineman Dexter Charles has retired due to a lingering knee injury, a significant blow to an already thin offensive line.
Marshawn Lynch returned to practice for the first time since reporting to training camp late last week, but who will block for him at right tackle this season remains in question
Seattle waived/injured wide receiver Taylor Price and cut offensive lineman Bronson Irwin and cornerback Chandler Fenner to clear the roster spots
The Seattle Seahawks announced a few new coaching changes Friday afternoon
Moving Michael Bowie into the starting lineup was a surprise decision going into Seattle’s NFC divisional playoff game against New Orleans on Saturday. He played every snap as part of an offensive line that led the Seahawks to a 23-15 victory in their best game running the football since Week 10 thanks to 140 yards rushing from Marshawn Lynch.
The lack of a consistent run game is a troubling recent trend the Seahawks (12-3) must get corrected before the postseason arrives.
The Seahawks may be turning the corner of health with the expectation that All-Pro center Max Unger will be back on Sunday against Tennessee.