Michael Bennett says he will play at Arizona on Sunday night. Frank Clark is expected back as well, but Kam Chancellor’s status is unknown.
Luke Willson had arthroscopic surgery Tuesday and expects to be back “in no time.” Expect him to miss 2-4 weeks.
The Seahawks also put Garrison Smith on IR and brought back Sealver Siliga.
Pete Carroll said Richard Sherman’s outburst sidetracked the defense for a bit but they recovered and “are stronger for that.”
The Arizona Cardinals look to be hitting their stride as they prepare to host the Hawks on Sunday night.
Russell Wilson was mic’d up for the Atlanta game and was every bit the positive force he always is.
Pete Carroll and John Schneider have never been afraid to bring back former players, so it’s not a big surprise that they have reclaimed a couple of veterans from their Super Bowl-winning team.
Of course, it’s no guarantee that either Chris Clemons or newly reacquired Brandon Browner will make the team.
Clemons, 34, seems to have the better chance, offering some help in the pass rush and as an extra veteran voice for Frank Clark and other young linemen.
But Browner would seem to have an uphill battle to make the team.
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Two down. Three to go. Including the most important.
The Seahawks made a couple of moves Monday, essentially replacing Brandon Mebane and Alvin Bailey with one-time Hawk Sealver Siliga and former Arizona backup Bradley Sowell.
Now they have three spots left to fill, needing to replace Bruce Irvin and J.R. Sweezy and — most important — come up with a starting-caliber left tackle.
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