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Seahawks Wednesday injury report

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Nov. 13, 2013 at 4:24 pm with 8 Comments »
November 13, 2013 4:28 pm

Richard Sherman did not participate in practice because of a hip issue.

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  1. doubledink says:

    Hopefully just some needed rest and heal time for Sherm.

  2. chuck_easton says:

    And before anybody panics Okung is not on the Injury report because he hasn’t been activated from IR so no requirement to list him.

  3. DisplacedSeahawkFan says:

    Damn, no Sherman or Browner for the Vikings game?

  4. Just because he didn’t participate doesn’t mean he won’t play – how many times has ML not participated in practice this season?

    He will be hopefully fine!!

  5. Vikings don’t really have any receivers anyway; they all went to Seattle. So our CBs get a week off.

  6. raymaines says:

    If at this point I mentioned my High School classmate who had a sex change operation and somehow made a parallel between her and the receivers on the Vikings, would that be removed overnight too?

  7. Sarcasticus says:

    I still see Simon as the long term replacement for Browner. You can’t keep all the guys. They are going to need to hit on some youngsters before contracts expire.

  8. I wanna see Simon play at least in an NFL pre-Season game before I anoint him anything -but he sure is an intriguing prospect isnt he?!?!

    The nice thing is our “rookie” class for next year would include Williams and Simon (yes I know they aren’t rookies) but they will be trying to actually make the squad for the first time. not get on the IR without really doing much of anything

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