It may be a weird thing to say that a Super bowl champion team badly needs help with anything, but facts are facts and the fact is that the Seattle Seahawks offensive line sucks. There. I said it.
Throughout the 2013 season a lot of excuses were made for this group. Yes, there were a number of injuries. Breno Giacomini missed seven games, Russell Okung missed eight, Max Unger missed...
According to Curtis Crabtree, Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung (toe) might need offseason surgery.
Carroll said WR Sidney Rice has had a tremendous recovery from his ACL tear. Said aren't sure yet but Russell Okung could need surgery.
— Curtis Crabtree (@Curtis_Crabtree) February 5, 2014
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Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll told the media today that they expect left tackle Russel Okung to play this week.
Pete Carroll said the expectation is that Russell Okung will play this week, though his toe will probably be an issue the rest of the year.
— John Boyle (@johnpboyle) December 23, 2013
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The Seattle Seahawks (9-1) host the Minnesota Vikings (2-7) at CenturyLink Field on Sunday. The game will be televised at 4:25 ET on FOX.
This game ought not to be a close one, given Seattle’s complete performance against the Falcons and the impending return of several key players. Russell Okung, Max Unger, and Breno Giacomini are all listed as probable to start Sunday. But what...
As if the recent impressive victory against the Falcons wasn’t enough to get Seattle Seahawks fans excited, some injury updates are elevating that excitement even further.
Tackles Russell Okung and Breno Giacomini are practicing with the first offense this week, and they’ll look to take the field Sunday. Now, given Alvin Bailey and other’s stellar play on the offensive line...
The 2013 season has been a solid success story thus far for the Seattle Seahawks. With the best record in the NFC, Seattle is poised to reach the playoffs yet again and possibly make a deeper playoff run than last season. The past few games have given Seattle chances to exhibit resiliency, a necessary quality for a contending team, but questions still remain as to whether this team...
According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung has returned to practice.
For the #Seahawks OT Russell Okung returned to practice, per the NFL transaction notice, after being on IR to return. Window is 3 weeks
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) November 2, 2013
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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll confirmed that they’ve placed left tackle Russell Okung on injured reserve with a designation to return this season.
Seahawks confirm okung going on IR with designated to return status. Also Chris Clemons will play this week.
— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 20, 2013
Okung will now have to miss the next eight weeks, which means he...
Yes the title of this piece is what most Seahawks fans are thinking, but the ultimate question is, what in the Hell was Pete Schaffer (Okung’s agent) thinking?
What kind of professional allows his player to risk injury that could at best maim him, and at worst end his career?
That is who we should really be mad at here folks.
Okung has said that he wants to get the fullest...
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Okung’s his own man
It is nearly impossible for a player to follow a legend.
That is exactly what Pete Carroll and John Schneider asked Russell Okung to do when they selected him with the 6th overall pick in 2010, their first draft.
Chances are, if you’re still reading this, you know the legend that I am referring too, Walter Jones.
In my opinion, #71 Walter Jones is several...