Opinion: Despite ugly outcome, Seahawks show they might be top NFL contenders
The Seattle Seahawks' win over the Philadelphia Eagles was ugly, but Russell Wilson and Co. might have what it takes to take the No. 1 NFC seed.Look at the Seattle Seahawks. They won again on Sunday, without a signature performance from Russell Wilson and without a single snap from Jadeveon Clowney. They squandered opportunities early that might have set the table for a blowout, flirting with potential disaster in a one-possession game.
Seahawks RB Penny sprains ACL early vs . Rams . Penny had started to come on of late. After spending most of his first season and a half playing sparingly behind Chris Carson, the 2018 first-round pick had seen an uptick in his usage the past two games, playing a combined 65 offensive snaps to
slug: seahawks - rashaad - penny - suffers -significant- acl - injury -during-ugly-loss-to- rams | sport It sounds like the Seahawks will be without Penny for quite a while. "He's he got an ACL sprain and Carroll's comments hint at Penny being unavailable for the final few games of the regular season -- if
Seattle Seahawks running back Rashaad Penny will miss the rest of the seasonagainst the Los Angeles Rams.
Head coach Pete Carroll told reporters Monday that doctors knew Penny’s injury is “significant” enough to be season-ending even before the MRI results came back.
Pete Carroll said Rashaad Penny will miss the rest of the season after injuring his ACL last night. Carroll said he hasn’t heard about the MRI results but that the doctors “could tell it’s a significant injury.”— Brady Henderson (@BradyHenderson)
That means Penny could end up undergoing surgery with a lengthy recovery time, if it’s an ACL tear, as this information appears to indicate.
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Rashaad Penny sustained a knee injury early in the first quarter and was quickly ruled out for the After the Seahawks ’ loss to the Rams , Pete Carroll noted that Penny is dealing with a “significant” ACL sprain. The running back emerged in the second half of the season as a key part of the Seahawks
Rashaad Penny 's 2019 season has come to a close. Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll announced on Monday that running back Rashaad Penny will be out for the season after he suffered a "significant" knee injury during Sunday's 28-12 loss to the Los Angeles Rams .
The injury to Penny comes at a time when he was finally starting to carve out a meaningful role within the offense for the first time since being selected in the first round of last year’s draft.
Before Penny suffered the ACL injury, he had piled up 236 yards and three touchdowns from scrimmage in his two previous games.
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Arizona Cardinals: Jordan Hicks
Atlanta Falcons: Austin Hooper
Baltimore Ravens: Lamar Jackson
Buffalo Bills: Josh Allen
Carolina Panthers: D.J. Moore
Chicago Bears: Nick Williams
Cincinnati Bengals: Auden Tate
Cleveland Browns: Joe Schobert
Dallas Cowboys: La'el Collins
Denver Broncos: Alexander Johnson
Detroit Lions: Frank Ragnow
Green Bay Packers: Za'Darius Smith
Houston Texans: D.J. Reader
Indianapolis Colts: Jacoby Brissett
Jacksonville Jaguars: D.J. Chark
Kansas City Chiefs: Charvarius Ward
Los Angeles Chargers: Austin Ekeler
Los Angeles Rams: Cooper Kupp
Miami Dolphins: DeVante Parker
Minnesota Vikings: Anthony Harris
New England Patriots: Jamie Collins
New Orleans Saints: Marcus Williams
New York Giants: Markus Golden
New York Jets: Folorunso Fatukasi
Oakland Raiders: Darren Waller
Philadelphia Eagles: Brandon Brooks
Pittsburgh Steelers: Minkah Fitzpatrick
San Francisco 49ers: Arik Armstead
Seattle Seahawks: Shaquill Griffin
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Shaq Barrett
Tennessee Titans: Ryan Tannehill
Washington Redskins: Quinton Dunbar
Opinion: Cowboys QB Dak Prescott, Seahawks RB Chris Carson among 2020 Pro Bowl snubs .
A good number of worthy players made this season's AFC and NFC Pro Bowl rosters. There were also plenty of noteworthy snubs.While a good number of worthy players made the AFC and NFC rosters on Tuesday night, there were also plenty of noteworthy exclusions.