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ClutchPoints Nov 21, 2020
Seahawks TE Greg Olsen addresses retirement rumors after foot injury

Seahawks TE Greg Olsen addresses retirement rumors after foot injury

Seattle Seahawks tight end Greg Olsen recently suffered a foot injury in their most recent game against the Arizona Cardinals. Considering that he is 35 years old, having a ruptured fascia in his left foot eventually sparked talks of it possibly putting an end to his playing career. After the game, the veteran went on […] The post Seahawks TE Greg Olsen addresses retirement rumors after foot injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Seattle Times Nov 20, 2020
Seahawks injury updates: Tight end Greg Olsen could miss rest of regular season

Seahawks injury updates: Tight end Greg Olsen could miss rest of regular season

Olsen is likely out up to six weeks, if not longer, with a ruptured plantar fascia.
ClutchPoints Nov 20, 2020
Seahawks’ Greg Olsen hoping to make miracle playoff return after rupturing plantar fascia

Seahawks’ Greg Olsen hoping to make miracle playoff return after rupturing plantar fascia

Seattle Seahawks tight end Greg Olsen suffered a ruptured plantar fascia in Thursday night’s win over the Arizona Cardinals, but he does not want to rule out a return just yet. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported the veteran tight end is hoping to defy the odds and return at some point during the playoffs. […] The post Seahawks’ Greg Olsen hoping to make miracle playoff return after rupturing plantar fascia appeared first on ClutchPoints.
The Seattle Times Nov 20, 2020
Seahawks tight end Greg Olsen likely to miss extended time after rupturing ligament in foot vs. Cardinals

Seahawks tight end Greg Olsen likely to miss extended time after rupturing ligament in foot vs. Cardinals

Seahawks veteran tight end Greg Olsen ruptured the plantar fascia ligament in his left foot Thursday night, coach Pete Carroll announced after the Seahawks’ victory over Arizona.
ClutchPoints Nov 20, 2020
Seahawks TE Greg Olsen carted off field with foot injury

Seahawks TE Greg Olsen carted off field with foot injury

Seattle Seahawks tight end Greg Olsen was not able to finish his Thursday night game against the Arizona Cardinals. He was carted off the field in the fourth quarter after he injured his left leg. Though it’s still uncertain whether it was the 35-year old’s ankle or calf that was hurt, it was a non-contact […] The post Seahawks TE Greg Olsen carted off field with foot injury appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Field Gulls Nov 20, 2020
Greg Olsen suffers fascia tear vs Cardinals

Greg Olsen suffers fascia tear vs Cardinals

Photo by Michael Reaves/ The Seahawks hung on for a massive victory against the Cardinals in Week 11, with a Carlos Dunlap sack sealing a 28-21 victory. While Seattle came out of Thursday Night Football victorious, they didn’t come out of it fully healthy. A troubling moment saw veteran tight end Greg Olsen go down with a non-contact injury, immediately waving for the trainers before ultimately being carted off. Later, right tackle Brandon Shell had a scary moment as an Arizona defender fell into the back of his leg along the sideline. He too was later carted to the...
Field Gulls Nov 16, 2020
Snap counts from Seahawks loss to Rams

Snap counts from Seahawks loss to Rams

Mark Konezny-USA TODAY Sports For the second consecutive week, the Seahawks took part in an ugly loss, falling to their NFC West rival L.A. Rams 23-16. The full snap counts from Seattle’s Week 10 trip to L.A. are below, with some notes to follow. With DK Metcalf blanketed and Tyler Lockett quiet, it was Greg Olsen who paced the tight ends in snaps, playing far more than Will Dissly with 72% of snaps to Dissly’s 36%. Jacob Hollister, who was coming off a bright game against the Bills, barely played with just 9% of the offense’s snaps. In his second...
Field Gulls Nov 9, 2020
Jamal Adams plays every snap in return

Jamal Adams plays every snap in return

Rich Barnes-USA TODAY Sports The Seattle Seahawks got healthy and then went into Buffalo and got beaten soundly, leaving New York with a 44-34 loss that was not reflective of the Bills’ dominance. Over the course of four quarters, different Seahawks debuted, returned, and were benched, as Seattle stumbled through a hideous outing. The full snap counts below, then some notes. It was Jacob Hollister who paced the tight ends on Sunday, as the Seahawks went pass heavy in an attempt to catch up. Hollister saw 48% of snaps, with Greg Olsen (40%) and Will Dissly...
Field Gulls Nov 3, 2020
Phillip Dorsett unlikely to be ready to play anytime soon says Pete Carroll

Phillip Dorsett unlikely to be ready to play anytime soon says Pete Carroll

Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports During the offseason the Seattle Seahawks went about strengthening an already potent offense by adding multiple offensive weapons for Russell Wilson. Former Carolina Panthers tight end Greg Olsen was signed before free agency even opened, and then the Hawks also added former first round pick Phillip Dorsett from the New England Patriots in March. Add in the team keeping both wide receiver David Moore and tight end Jacob Hollister on restricted free agent contracts, and the list of weapons the Seahawks had at their disposal heading into the 2020 season was...
Field Gulls Nov 2, 2020
Will Dissly leads the TEs in snaps vs 49ers

Will Dissly leads the TEs in snaps vs 49ers

Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports With six starters inactive, the Seahawks had to get creative with snap counts against the 49ers—which included the appearance of a wide receiver turned tight end turned defensive end playing a rotational role against the league’s most difficult running game. Despite the list of injuries, Seattle triumphed over the 49ers 37-27. How the Seahawks managed a few tricky position groups below, after the full snap counts. For the first time this season, Will Dissly out-snapped Greg Olsen to pace the tight ends, playing 63% to...
Field Gulls Oct 29, 2020
Will Dissly might be about to make a big jump

Will Dissly might be about to make a big jump

Billy Hardiman-USA TODAY Sports By receiving a pass in Week 7, Will Dissly has now made it further into an NFL season than he ever has before. The fourth-round tight end for the Seattle Seahawks previously had two scorching starts in 2018 and 2019 before suffering season-ending injuries. This time, behind an expensive Greg Olsen, Seattle has been content to ease Dissly back in slowly, splitting time. But after Dissly’s performance on Sunday - especially with what could have been - he’s extremely close to re-emerge as the Seahawks’ third receiving option. The receiving statline...
Field Gulls Oct 26, 2020
Alton Robinson plays 7 snaps as Seahawks fail to register a QB hit

Alton Robinson plays 7 snaps as Seahawks fail to register a QB hit

Photo by Christian Petersen/ The Seahawks dropped their first game of the season in Week 7, as a game-winning field goal in overtime earned the Cardinals the victory. The wild, back-and-forth game saw players absolutely exhausted by the end, hands on hips and constant rotation up front. We’ll get into various notes from the snap counts below, after the full look. It was nearly an even split between Greg Olsen and Will Dissly coming out of the bye week, at 62% to 58%. It could have been the result of an increase in two tight end sets or a growing role for...
Field Gulls Oct 25, 2020
Seahawks at Cardinals: 2nd Quarter game thread

Seahawks at Cardinals: 2nd Quarter game thread

Photo by Christian Petersen/ Really entertaining first quarter. Wish Greg Olsen had gotten that second foot down, though. 10-7 Seahawks.

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