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Jennings a surprise scratch tonight vs. Denver

Post by Eric Williams on Aug. 27, 2011 at 4:46 pm with 4 Comments »
August 27, 2011 5:25 pm

Seattle Seahawks players who will not suit up and play include Kelly Jennings (unknown), Marshawn Lynch (ankle), Kam Chancellor (ankle), David Hawthorne (knee), Dexter Davis (hip), Russell Okung (ankle), John Carlson (shoulder), and Pierre Allen (hamstring).

Jennings is a surprise addition to this list. He fully participated in practice this week. And Pete Carroll did not mention that Jennings was injured heading into tonight’s contest.

Jennings did sit out two days of practice a week ago due to a head injury leading up to the Minnesota game, and was initially reported as not slated to play against the Vikings.

However, Jennings was the starting right cornerback on the opening snap for Seattle.

Brandon Browner will start at right cornerback in place of Jennings.

Deon Butler (leg), Roy Lewis (knee), Cameron Morrah (toe) and Colin Cole (ankle) remain on the PUP list and did not make the trip.

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  1. Ewalters7354 says:

    I love Pete Carroll.Get Jennings out the way so he can see what he has in the other guys.

  2. Wonder if there is a trade in the works…maybe with Chicago?!

  3. wabubba67 says:

    I’m betting that there is a trade about to happen with the Giants. Didn’t they just lose two CBs to season ending injuries?

  4. raymaines says:

    Yeah, and then KJ will go to the pro bowl…………..

    0:02 to go, tie game, and I hate the SeaHawks.

    FG Broncos. Poop!

    I don’t know. What do you do? Trade down and draft a bunch of “The Best Athletes Available” or get your QB of the future?

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