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Today’s inactives: CB Wilson, DT Bryant out

Post by Eric Williams on Jan. 3, 2010 at 12:15 pm with 9 Comments »
January 3, 2010 12:16 pm

Seahawks head coach Jim Mora said cornerback Josh Wilson would be a game-time decision, and after working out with trainers this morning the team decided to keep Wilson (hip) out, which means Kelly Jennings will get the start at cornerback.

Defensive tackle Red Bryant also is inactive today. I would have thought Bryant would have been active against a running team like Tennessee, but Seattle will go with Craig Terrill instead. Bryant’s only been active for six games this season, so another day on the bench doesn’t bode well for his future with the team.

For Tennessee, defensive Jevan Kearse (knee issues) will be inactive today, in what is likely his last game with the Titans. Tennessee also will be without starting defensive tackle Tony Brown. Here’s the rest of the inactive list.

Seattle
CB Josh Wilson
LB Aaron Curry
OG Trevor Canfield
OG Mansfield Wrotto
DT Red Bryant
WR Nate Burleson
TE Cameron Morrah
QB Mike Teel will serve as the 3rd quarterback

Tennessee
WR Dominique Edison
RB Javon Ringer
CB Ryan Mouton
CB Jamar Love
OL Fernando Velasco
OL Troy Kropog
DE Jevon Kearse
DT Tony Brown

Today’s weather is cloudy and 46 degrees. Wind is calm.

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  1. Dukeshire says:

    Bryant sitting again, against a team that is guaranteed to run, in favor of Terrill is more than stupid, it’s an insult. Jim Mora has quickly become my least favorite Seahawks coach behind Tom Flores. And the gap is narrowing. That just pisses my off.

  2. The season has been over for quite awhile. If we’re building for the future, this is what I don’t understand:

    John Owens is a 29 year old TE. We know what we have in him. Wouldn’t it be nice to take a look at rookie 7th round draft pick Cameron Morrah in a real game instead? It’s not like either will ever start over Carlson, but I don’t think Owens needs the experience more than Morrah. Or does that make too much sense?

    Bryant/Terrill, as has been restated over and over again, makes no sense (the fact that Terrill is playing over Bryant at this stage, or that Terrill is even on the team instead of a young guy from someone else’s PS… San Fran released a player to pick-up Walker, don’t know why in the world we couldn’t do the same).

    Burleson has been out all week. Hey, it’s a good thing he’s not on IR so we wouldn’t have saved Derrek Walker. I don’t know why the hell we would want young guys with upside on our team for anyways. Seems this organization would rather go with old washed up guys (Lawyer Milloy as an example).

    Same for Curry/Wilson. It hasn’t looked good for them playing this week. At least we don’t have young depth instead of placing them on IR.

    Wrotto must clearly be terrible. Maybe the scheme next year, under a new offensive coordinator, and possibly head coach, will help him out. He didn’t look too bad last year when he got a chance to play.

  3. Dukeshire says:

    The Derek Walker mismanagement infuriates me to no end.

  4. Yes. You know how I feel about it too. It is front office imcompetence at it’s very best. There is no way the front office can put a positive spin on it and lie about how it wasn’t a bad move.

    You know, Mora would actually be doing himself a favor if he had guys like Morrah active for today’s game. It would him more credibility that he was doing the right thing for the future.

    Congrats, 49ers. By taking a 14-6 lead, you are now going to get to face Ndamukong Suh twice per year. Have fun with that. This day already sucks for us and our game hasn’t even started yet.

  5. Crabtree with another really nice catch.

  6. Dukeshire says:

    Actually, I think the Rams had the #1 locked anyway, based on strength of schedule regardless of todays outcome. I’m only 90% sure of this, but I believe that’s right.

  7. I could easily be wrong, but I thought the Lions would have gotten the #1 pick. The Rams and Lions would be the only two 2 win teams, but the Lions beat the Rams head-to-head so it would have gone to the losing team (Lions) even though the strength of schedule would have given it to the Rams. I think head-to-head is the first tie-breaker. Either way, I guess it doesn’t matter anymore. Better draft Iupati and play him at play Right Guard. Looks like all teams in our division are going to need a good/great Right Guard for the next 12 years.

  8. Damn editing stuff… Rams beat the Lions (so Lions would have gotten it)…

  9. Dukeshire says:

    Yeah, honestly I’m not sure of anything other than the Seahawks won’t be getting him.

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