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Seahawks inactives: Harvin is active

Post by Todd Dybas / The News Tribune on Nov. 17, 2013 at 12:06 pm with 9 Comments »
November 17, 2013 12:06 pm

CB Brandon Browner, FB Derrick Coleman, RT Michael Bowie, OL Caylin Hauptmann, DE O’Brien Schofield, DE Benson Mayowa and DT Jordan Hill are inactive.

Everyone else is ready to go.

Greg Jennings is inactive for the Vikings, along with QB Josh Freeman, CB Shaun Prater, RB Matt Asiata, G Jeff Baca, TE Kyle Rudolph and DT Letroy Guion.

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  1. I’m surprised to see Bowie inactive.

  2. I guess that means “the big Russian” will play all day.

  3. Or maybe Carp gets in at Rt Tackle some.

  4. Wow, the Vikes don’t even have Jennings?! That’s just not even fair..tough break for them.

    Bowie must have an injury to be deactivated. WTF?! Perhaps Bailey will be given some serious time at RT?!

    Schofield benched?! Wow. I feel for that guy. Hill must be gimpy still.

    If we had BB, we could crush WR’s at the line and utterly sell out vs AP. As it is, I expect 8+ in the box every time he’s onfield.

  5. Carp at RT?! Nooooo! Weve seen that horror show before…

    Sorry for the double post: Todd, y’all can delete the first one…

  6. Funny story on the radio pre game. Lynch calls Breno the big Russian and Breno told him no I’m Brazilian and Lynch told him no your the big Russian.

  7. WilliamPercival says:

    Definitely surprised as the rest to see Bowie sitting. Can only mean Bailey has earned his keep.

    Get ready for some serious 3’s, 11’s and 24’s, with some 81’s and 76’s sprinkled in..

  8. Wow….. Bowie and Schofield inactive.

  9. montanamike2 says:

    Off to meet the lads, i’ll see you later guys.
    GO HAWKS!!!

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