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Thursday injury report: Browner full-go in practice

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Sep. 19, 2013 at 4:41 pm with 27 Comments »
September 19, 2013 4:41 pm

Breno Giacomini, Brandon Browner and J.R. Sweezy were all full participants Thursday.

— T Russell Okung (toe).

Did not participate:
–RB Spencer Ware (ankle), LB Malcolm Smith (hamstring), DT Jordan Hill (biceps),  S Jeron Johnson (hamstring).

Full participation

— DE Chris Clemons (knee), T Breno Giacomini (knee), CB Brandon Browner (hamstring), G J.R. Sweezy (back).


Did not participate:

–CB Alan Ball (groin), CB Dwayne Gratz (ankle),  RB Maurice Jones-Drew (ankle), DT Roy Miller (knee).


— WR Stephen Burton (hip), QB Blaine Gabbert (right hand), G Uche Nwaneri (knee), G Will Rackley (knee),  WR Ace Sanders (ribs), LB J.T. Thomas (hamstring), TE Marcedes Lewis (calf), WR  Mike Brown (back), TE Allen Reisner (toe).

Full participation
DE Jason Babin (non-injury related), C Brad Meester (non-injury).

Leave a comment Comments → 27
  1. good news! Nice to see us fairly healthy. Nice to get BB and Clem back.

  2. JazBadAzz says:

    I hope no one is over looking any team in the nfl, they say any given Sunday for a reason. Stay focused!

  3. jamielarrydon says:

    I guess if Malcom is out for a bit we will get to see Lotulelei in some real live action folks.

  4. JazBadAzz says:


    I believe Schofield will get the start there!

  5. jamielarrydon says:


    Oh, okay. I can see that being a more viable option. Do you think John will get some playing time, possibly later on in the game with a lead?

  6. montanamike2 says:

    This is a great game to pad the stats if your Avril or any of our hungry rushers.

  7. GeorgiaHawk says:

    Good to see the Hanson brothers (Breno & Sweezy) are back in full participation.

  8. lol (Hanson bros)

  9. Really pleased with Turbin last week. He was productive and gave Marshawn a break

  10. JazBadAzz says:

    Yes that is a strong possibility. I would love to see him play and knock some people around, the kid has great instincts!

    That video is amazing! If I ever get a chance to make it to the Clink to watch in person that will be the a true blessing! I will always be the loudest and proudest fan in Illinois! #GoHawks

  11. GeorgiaHawk says:

    Go Hawks!!!

  12. MikeFromNewJersey says:

    Hanson brothes!! I love it Georgia!

  13. princeaden says:

    Slapshot is a real classic. Who would be the third ? They could’ve been the “dirtbags Mora was referring to ?

  14. banosser says:

    Clem & Avril & Bennet & Scofield…. oh yah..

    Regarding Hill’s injury.. it was initially reported that he’d miss 3-6 wks but PC said it wasn’t as bad as they initially thought or was reported.. that he wouldn’t miss as much time as first reported. He was injurued Aug 22… this Jags game will be 4 wks.. I don’t see him playing next weekend at Houston since he hasn’t practiced.. so perhaps @ Indy..?? which would be 6 wks.. so it will have been on the longside of what was initially reported.. if it’s not 7 wks..

  15. Maxwell, Thurmond III & Lane. There was a time not long ago where I would have been stoked to have those guys as our top 3 corners. Now add our starters & Holy depth Batman! This Seahawks’ crew has got to be one of the best assemblies of CB talent of all time in the NFL.

  16. I fully expect the Seahawks to cut it loose. They want to practice like they play in games, and their practices are cauldrens of competition. The defense should hold their offense to no points going in at half. The second half players like Clem and BB might be kept out on the field ’till the 4th qtr, but other defensive starters might be sitting. The offense, on the other hand should probably be playing the entire game. The Seahawk’s offense needs all the actual game time they can get. This is an opportunity to ‘get right’ on the offense. The Seahawks offense was actually the strongest part of the team last season and it’s gotten off to a slow start. I’m hoping they start hitting their stride in this game.

  17. Our offense is fortunate to have this week to install McQuistan at LT and Carpenter at LG. Jax is a reasonable opponent for these two to work against before they need to crank it up and deal with JJ Watt in Houston. I think McQ is a better T than he’s given credit for, and we will be okay without Okung for awhile. That said, I am really hoping we will get some good news on Okung soon and that he’ll be back before the season is out.

  18. montanamike2 says:

    Good link GeorgiaHawk.

  19. Galena–yes, I agree; this Seattle secondary is the most talented group the NFL has seen since the Raiders in the early 80’s, maybe the best of all time.

    How cool is that?!

  20. I love Brandon Browner, but I kinda think against certain types of WR if we wouldn’t be better off matching them up against WT3. I’m also wondering what type of game shape B.B. will be in, I guess the Jax game is a good time to get worked back into shape.

  21. I’m sure BB will be spelled if he gets gassed–or beaten. But he’s clearly still the better outside cb, and far more physical than WT. don’t worry, WT will play in the slot, and outside when Sherman takes the slot.

  22. once again in that clip — you can tell how much the players love Carroll, doesn’t seem to be a put-on at all. this whole thing started when we hired him.

  23. sluggo42 says:

    I see this game as a good opportunity to get the offense back in stride, and for the defense to get some stats. Tis defense is fiercely proud, and this game will give them the chance to further cement themselves as the best D in the league.

    Players will be fighting to get in the game, poor Pete will have guys in his ear all game… Coach, can I go back in, I’m feeling it!

    RW wants to get his arm straightened out, and the wr’s are dying to get the ball too.

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