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Fantasy Update

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Rotoworld
Seahawks LT Russell Okung (chest) has been ruled out for Week 16.
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KFFL
Seattle Seahawks OT Russell Okung ...
Seattle Times 9 hours ago

Max Unger, Russell Okung to miss Seahawks game vs. Cardinals

Seattle has two offensive linemen who have made the Pro Bowl — center Max Unger and left tackle Russell Okung. Neither, though, will be available Sunday when the Seahawks play what looms as their biggest regular season game of the season, a showdown at Arizona.

Seahawks injury update: Russell Okung, Max Unger out; J.R. Sweezy, Paul Richardson, Cooper Helfet ready for Cardinals

The Seattle Seahawks will be without two key offensive linemen when they take on the NFC West-leading Arizona Cardinals on Sunday in Glendale. The Hawks’ injury report Friday was longer than it has been in weeks. Left tackle Russell Okung (bruised lung) and center Max Unger (ankle) will be sidelined, head coach Pete Carroll said […]
Rotoworld 12 hours ago

Russell Okung (chest) out for Week 16 - Russell Okung (T) Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks LT Russell Okung (chest) has been ruled out for Week 16.

Seahawks to be without Max Unger, Russell Okung against Cardinals

It's hard enough facing Arizona's stout defense with a full complement of offensive linemen, but Seattle will have to do it without both Max Unger and Russell Okung.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll: Okung, Unger out for Cardinals

After practice today, Seattle coach Pete Carroll said again that left tackle Russell Okung and center Max Unger will not play Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. Okung is dealing with a bruised lung and Unger a sprained ankle. For the first time, Carroll said the injury to Unger is a high ankle sprain and said that is the issue and not a knee, which he also hurt against the Chiefs on Nov. 16. The team had thought Unger was on the comeback trail last week but he did not make it back this week. Alvin Bailey will start at left tackle while Carroll intriguingly said the team has both Lemuel...

Seahawks injury updates: Okung and Unger won't play, but Sweezy will

The Seahawks will head to Arizona to face a dangerous pass rush minus two of their starting linemen, but it could be worse. Guard...

The Pete Carroll Show: Unger, Okung won't play against Arizona

Seattle's offensive line will be missing a pair of starters against Arizona, coach Pete Carroll telling KIRO Radio 97.3 FM that left tackle Russell Okung and center Max Unger won't be available for Sunday night's showdown with the division-leading Cardinals.

Pete Carroll says on radio show Max Unger and Russell Okung will not play against Arizona, but J.R. Sweezy will

The Seattle Seahawks will be without two starting offensive linemen --- center Max Unger and left tackle Russell Okung --- against the Arizona Cardinals Sunday, coach Pete Carroll said today on his weekly Friday radio show on KIRO-97.3 FM. However, Carroll said another offensive linemen battling injury --- right guard J.R. Sweezy --- will be able to play. Okung suffered a bruised lung Sunday against the 49ers and has not practiced this week and Carroll said "he's probably going to take another week to make sure he is safe and sound and ready to finish out the year.'' The team had said heading...
Russell Wilson on AZ: “This is why you play in the NFL”; and his goal of never missing a practice in his career

Russell Wilson on AZ: “This is why you play in the NFL”; and his goal of never missing a practice in his career

“This is why you play in the NFL.” That is what Russell Wilson said today about the Seahawks’ showdown Sunday night at Arizona essentially for the NFC West championship on the next-to-last weekend of the regular season. Wilson offered his “hope” that all his injured starting offensive linemen — center Max Unger, left tackle Russell Okung and right guard J.R. Sweezy — will play against the blitzing Cardinals. Signs I’m reading say only Sweezy has a realistic chance to start after he sprained his ankle during last weekend’s win over San Francisco yet finished that game. If...

Seahawks injuries for Thursday: Okung, Unger, Sweezy still out, and add Richardson to the list

Seattle again was missing three-fifths of its starting offensive line for practice on Thursday, while also adding a new name to the injured list --- receiver and kick returner Paul Richardson. Richardson was one of seven players who did not participate, sitting out with a hamstring issue, presumably suffered in practice Wednesday as he had not been listed on Wednesday's practice report. The other six players who were DNP Thursday were the same six who also sat out Wednesday --- center Max Unger, left tackle Russell Okung, right guard J.R. Sweezy, defensive end Demarcus Dobbs, tight end Tony...
Field Gulls Dec 18, 2014

Coffee and Cigarettes: Seahawks links for Thursday

Read! The Year in Holy S#!t: Football Heaven in the NFC Championship Game «It was the perfect football game. Okung, Unger still have a chance this week; Week 16 playoff scenarios - Dec. 17, 2014 | SPORTS RADIO KJRHead coach Pete Carroll said left tackle Russell Okung has yet to be ruled out for this week's game against the Cardinals. The Bills defense is just as scary as the Seahawks' | Sport | The GuardianWhy Buffalo should be in the playoffs; a bad day for the Browns; the Eagles have hit a few problems; and Peyton Manning blocking First place on the line this week in NFC West showdown...

Seahawks Wednesday injury report: Sweezy, Unger, Okung listed as DNP

Add right guard J.R. Sweezy's name to the list of Seattle's starting offensive linemen who are dealing injuries.

Seahawks injury report: Add J.R. Sweezy to the list

Seattle's injury report for Wednesday includes one new name --- starting right guard J.R. Sweezy. Sweezy was listed as not practicing due to an ankle injury. He joins two other offensive linemen who were already known to be out for Wednesday's practice --- center Max Unger (knee/ankle) and left tackle Russell Okung (chest). Sweezy was apparently injured in Sunday's game against the 49ers, though he did not come out of the game and was not mentioned by coach Pete Carroll either after the game or in later sessions with the media. So it's unclear how serious the injury to Sweezy is and whether...
Field Gulls Dec 17, 2014

Seahawks injury update: Russell Okung, Max Unger still uncertain for this week; Cooper Helfet should be ready

A few injury updates provided by Pete Carroll on Wednesday afternoon. -- Russell Okung is a question mark for this weekend with a bruised lung suffered just before halftime last week. He hasn't been ruled out and I figure the Seahawks will wait until the last second before decided on Okung's status for this week. As Carroll said today, "He is still in the mix. He's going to have some stuff done tomorrow that will let us know where he sits and all of that, so he is not out of the plan yet." If he can't play, Alvin Bailey will again get the start at left tackle. -- Max Unger had a rough go...

Unger not expected to practice Wednesday; Okung not yet ruled out

While neither left tackle Russell Okung nor center Max Unger were expected to practice on Wednesday, neither was being ruled out for Sunday's game in Arizona.

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