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Field Gulls Aug 30, 2015

Seahawks vs. Chargers injury report: K.J. Wright bangs shoulder, Dion Bailey with back spasms

The Seahawks escaped San Diego with relative luck in the health department, with zero major injuries and only a few bumps, bruises, and sprains. K.J. Wright left the game early on after he banged his shoulder, but Pete Carroll said in the post-game presser that Wright could've returned had it been a regular season game. Dion Bailey suffered back spasms, said Carroll, and Mike Morgan pulled up with a hamstring sprain late in the game. Both should be fine. Russell Okung didn't play because of a sore shoulder, but should be good to go for the regular season. Overall, nothing overly concerning.
Seattle Times Aug 29, 2015

Seahawks forced to shuffle O-line again as Russell Okung is held out

Left tackle Russell Okung was kept out of the exhibition game against San Diego as a precaution due to a sore shoulder.

LT Russell Okung sits out against Chargers

LT Russell Okung sat out against the Chargers for precautionary reasons with a sore shoulder.
Field Gulls Aug 29, 2015

Seahawks vs. Chargers: Game thread I

Not expected to play for the Seahawks: S Keenan Lambert, QB Tarvaris Jackson, WR Paul Richardson, WR Chris Matthews, CB Jeremy Lane, S Earl Thomas, S Kam Chancellor, CB Triston Wade, G Kristjan Sokoli, T Jesse Davis, OT Russell Okung.
Field Gulls Aug 27, 2015

Presser notes: Pete Carroll, Russell Wilson

Here are a few short-hand notes about Pete Carroll and Russell Wilson's press conferences from Thursday. Originally published on Reddit. Russell Wilson: Recovery Water: met the guys last year, starting drinking the water a month before the playoffs. Drinking it 5-7 times a day, was told it was great for recovery. Have cases of it, Kam drinks it. Been a good thing. Didn't have a concussion in the NFCCG. Was saying I was drinking it 5-7 times a day for a month and felt it was helping me out, that it helped prevent one. Russell Okung drinks it. Didn't have a head injury, thinks it helped...

Seahawks shuffle O-line after preseason loss: Garry Gilliam elevated to starting RT, Justin Britt to LG

Entering training camp the Seahawks seemingly had two positions up for grabs along the offensive line, but after the group’s disappointing showing in Friday’s preseason opening loss to the Denver Broncos, another spot along the line seems to have opened up. Second-year tackle Garry Gilliam, who had been practicing at left tackle behind Russell Okung, took […]
Field Gulls Aug 3, 2015

Cliff Avril, K.J. Wright, Russell Okung, Jermaine Kearse, and Doug Baldwin on the airwaves

If you've missed some player interviews on the airwaves these past few days, here's a quick roundup of a few. Via Sports Radio KJR and 710 ESPN Seattle. Cliff Avril talks to Brock and Salk: Cliff Avril talks to Mitch Levy: K.J. Wright chats with Danny, Dave, and Moore Jermaine Kearse talks to Bob, Groz, and Tom: Russell Okung talks to Mitch Levy: Doug Baldwin talks to Ian and Puckett:

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