Ziggy Ansah “has a chance” to be ready for Week One

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Defensive end Ziggy Ansah said recently that there was no timeline for him to be cleared to resume playing after shoulder surgery and there have been reports that he may not be ready to start the season on the Seahawks roster.

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll didn’t rule out that possibility when he spoke to the media from the start of organized team activities on Tuesday, but he added that Ansah “has a chance” to be ready for Week One. Carroll said, via Curtis Crabtree of KJR and PFT, that the team would have a better idea once they get to training camp.

Ansah isn’t the only defensive lineman who will be out for OTAs. Jarran Reed had core muscle surgery last month and won’t be ready to return to action until training camp.

Carroll also said that running back Chris Carson and safety Bradley McDougald are recovering from knee operations.

10 responses to “Ziggy Ansah “has a chance” to be ready for Week One

  1. This is his last big money year. He’ll be on a steady career fade after 2019.

  2. Pete sayin Ansah has a chance for week one isn’t much of a surprise.
    That’s just how Pete is.

  3. Steady career fade after 2019? Have you noticed he basically hasnt played in two years I’d say that decline started already

  4. Injuries happen once you pass your early 30s. We all know he has lied about his age and got drafted when he was late 20s

  5. Seriously??? This guy wakes up every morning with a new injury. Hawks in desperation mode and now Wagner putting on the payday squeeze. Delicious… 😂

    In the meantime Russ enjoying his daily review of his bank account😂

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