Quandre Diggs has blood drained from hamstring

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The Seahawks traded for safety Quandre Diggs 10 days ago. They have yet to see him on the field, and he isn’t likely to make his debut this week.

The Seahawks list Diggs as doubtful for Sunday.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Diggs’ hamstring injury is worse than what the team believed when it acquired him. Diggs recently had blood drained from his hamstring.

Diggs hasn’t played since Week Seven when he played 55 snaps against the Vikings while still with Detroit. That came after he played only 13 snaps in Week Four because of the injury, had a bye in Week Five and sat out Week Six.

“It was because he played in the game that week,” Carroll said, via Brady Henderson of ESPN. “You could tell, knowing how he plays, you could tell that he was taking care of himself a little bit. We just figured let’s get him back and not just kind of limp his way through the first couple weeks with us.”

7 responses to “Quandre Diggs has blood drained from hamstring

  1. I am surprised he passed the physical exam or did Penny-pinching Mode take this player “as is” and did not care if he passed his physical or not?

  2. Still in a better place than being on the Lions with an average defensive coordinator running the show. As Patricia clings to his Detroit career half way point before being canned in Detroit, the question is do the Lions finally address their problem at QB and move on from the QB they have had for over a decade that can’t get them a playoff win?

  3. The way Patricia handled this surprise trade is so typical Lions fashion. Slay’s reaction and attitude about being a “millionaire” is direct reflection of the Lions poor “don’t care” locker attitude. The Lions need to acquire some young talent from the draft, they keep kicking themselves in teeth. That division is tough and there is no way the Lions are going to be able to compete until they start focusing on the draft and not people like Jay Ajayi.

  4. Still in a better place than being on the Lions with an average defensive coordinator running the show. As Patricia clings to his Detroit career half way point before being canned in Detroit, the question is do the Lions finally address their problem at QB and move on from the QB they have had for over a decade that can’t get them a playoff win?

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    Completely agree, Stafford is so overrated. Enough with the tough as nails talk, let’s see you win a playoff game before your 40th birthday already!

    Also Patricia will be fired soon if he keeps losing that locker room.

  5. Yeah saying he’s overrated is a stretch, he’s just average and has always been. No one has ever called him an MVP, that’s for sure. He’s not like my QB, the MVP of the division on a regular basis.

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