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Seahawk LT, Walter Jones having knee surgery- out indefinitely


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Just read this across the bottom of the screen on ESPN. This will be his 2nd knee surgery since December and obviously is not a positive for him, the Seattle O-line, Hasselbeck or the running game.

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So...Downgrade Julius Jones and TJ Duckett.

 

:wacko:

 

:D

and Hasselbeck, Housh and any other receivers you may have been high on. Carlson should be fine though, Seneca throws to him a lot once Hasselbeck gets hurt.

 

I've heard "career ending" tossed around a few times lately. Let us just hope that this isn't the case.

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Now starting center Chris Spencer is out 4-6 weeks with a quad tear. The disaster of an injury ridden season last year has continued into pre-season. Seattle will likely be starting the season with 3 O-linemen that were backups the year before.

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Just read this across the bottom of the screen on ESPN. This will be his 2nd knee surgery since December and obviously is not a positive for him, the Seattle O-line, Hasselbeck or the running game.

 

According to the game commentators, this was a cleanup to take out some bone fragments and he was walking better a few hours later. One way or another, he's getting out of preseason. Hopefully this doesn't result in anything more.

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