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Hasselbeck is out

Post by Eric Williams on Oct. 12, 2008 at 12:14 pm with 3 Comments »
October 12, 2008 12:14 pm

Just got the list of inactives today, and as expected quarterback Matt Hasselbeck is out for today and Charlie Frye will indeed start for Seattle.


Deion Branch, who warmed up during pregame this morning, also will be out, along with Jordan Kent. Here’s the list.


SEAHAWKS


Inactives:


K Brandon Coutu

QB Matt Hasselbeck

G Mansfield Wrotto

DT Red Bryant

WR Jordan Kent

WR Deion Branch

TE Jeb Putzier

DE Baraka Atkins


Seahawks Offense

Charlie Frye will start at QB for #8 Matt Hasselbeck


PACKERS


Inactives:

S Atari Bigby

CB Al Harris

RB Brandon Jackson

DE Jason Hunter

T Breno Giacomini

WR James Jones

DE Michael Montgomery


QB Brian Brohm will serve as the 3rd QB



Packers Defense


#38 Tramon Williams will start for #31 Al Harris

#32 Aaron Rouse will start for #20 Atari Bigby


Packers Roster Moves

#28 Kregg Lumpkin was place on injured reserve

#42 DeShawn Wynn was signed to the active roster

Leave a comment Comments → 3
  1. What’s up with Wrotto? Both he and Vallos were 07 draft picks, Wrotto in the fourth, Vallos in the seventh. I thought Wrotto had a huge upside but Holmy said if he has to replace a guard he will do it with Vallos.

    Also, I wonder why Red Bryant doesn’t get activated. Is it his knee or is he just too raw?

  2. nighthawk2 says:

    Vallos was drafted as a tackle and moved to guard. He played center in pre-season when Spencer was hurt again. He played better than Spencer has this season. Wrotto is a bust, as I said when he was drafted. Ruskell cannot judge O-line talent.

  3. nighthawk2 says:

    What I want to know is what’s up with Bryant? Why is he inactive yet again?

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