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Good prognosis on Wright; other injury answers coming at midweek

Post by Don Ruiz / The News Tribune on Dec. 16, 2013 at 3:33 pm with 5 Comments »
December 16, 2013 3:33 pm

Coach Pete Carroll’s Monday media briefing didn’t answer much in way of injuries.

Carroll said linebacker K.J. Wright “had a great surgery” on his foot. “They predicted he could make it back to running in four or five weeks,” Carroll said. “And we’ll see what that means, we don’t know what that means, but they have a real good progosis going that he’s going to be able to get back out there and challenge to be able to play if we can keep playing games. That’s a long way down the road.”

He said the status of cornerback Brandon Browner and receiver Percy Harvin will be determined Wednesday when the Seahawks return to practice. Cornerback Jeremy Lane was reported fine after the team’s shutout win Sunday at New York.

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  1. It would be great to get Wright back for a Title game at the CLink. Or even for the SB. It really sucks that just when Wright looked to be becoming a star, he gets hurt. He was the best LB in the NFL in coverage his last 4 or 5 games…thats an amazing turnaround from earlier this season when he gave up a reception on every play.

  2. chuck_easton says:

    Just doing my OCD thing. Thanks to the Saints losing in St. Louis Seattle can’t lose the #1 seed to either NO or Carolina. The best one of those two could do ( not both because they play each other) is finish 12-4. Seattle holds the head to head tie breaker against both.

    That leaves Seattle’s arch nemisis SF as the only team in the NFC that can take HFA away.

    It had to be SF.

    If Seattle goes 0-2 and SF goes 2-0 SF is div champ. They wouldn’t be #1 seed or have HFA as both NO and Carolina have the tie breaker against them.


    Don’t want to go into the final Monday night game having to root for Arizona to beat SF so Seattle keeps the division.

  3. Good thing NO pulled out that win against SF a few weeks back.

  4. thursday says:

    @pabuwal right? amazing how people thought that SF should win.

  5. WilliamPercival says:

    Count me as one who wanted the Saints to grab that win. Not trying to sound too much like Yank a Dank however..

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