Seahawks lose another lineman

The Seahawks survived the season’s opening week without rookie left tackle Russell Okung just fine.   Now they’ll have to live without one of their young starting lineman for the rest of the season.

Seattle placed second-year guard Max Unger on injured reserve Tuesday with a toe injury, ending his season.  They also released cornerback Kennard Cox, activated Leroy Hill from suspension, and re-signed offensive lineman Mansfield Wrotto.

Unger was a second round pick last year.  He had a mixed rookie season at best, but the team was hoping he’d develop this year.  Hill will not be a starter upon his return to the lineup.

6 responses to “Seahawks lose another lineman

  1. the patriots have a pro bowl guard for sale, can you say logan mankins??? 2nd and forth round pick sounds good……………………………….

  2. > the patriots have a pro bowl guard for sale, can you say logan mankins??? 2nd and forth round pick sounds good
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    I’ve got a better idea. We wait for the new CBA to go into place, he becomes a UFA and we sign him without giving you a pick.

  3. Yeah, that’s not how RFA works. With no CBA in place it required more years, but with a CBA in place 4 year veterans will be UFAs. You won’t have any right to forcing him on your team for %110 of his two year old salary. You’ll just lose him.
    The Pats won’t win this one.

  4. biju I did some checking your right, remember though, He’s not worth the money he wants……. the giants ate his lunch in the super bowl……………………………

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