Jadeveon Clowney, Ziggy Ansah questionable for Seahawks

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The Seahawks got defensive end Jadeveon Clowney back in the lineup for last Monday’s win over the Vikings and he was a participant in practice all week, but the team isn’t ready to rule him in for Sunday’s game against the Rams.

Clowney is listed as questionable due to the core muscle injury that kept him from playing in Week 12. Clowney had three tackles, a forced fumble and a quarterback hit against Minnesota.

Another one of Seattle’s pass rushers also drew a questionable tag on Friday. Ziggy Ansah has been limited in practice by a neck injury that he picked up late in last Monday’s game.

Cornerback Neiko Thorpe (core) is out for the Seahawks. Fullback Nick Bellore (quad), tight end Luke Willson (hamstring) and linebacker Mychal Kendricks (hamstring) are considered doubtful for Sunday.

7 responses to “Jadeveon Clowney, Ziggy Ansah questionable for Seahawks

  1. Tough decisions being made by lots of teams/players in last quarter of season. If a player on contending team is hurt, but won’t get worse by playing thru pain, will almost always play. Those that can get worse need to sit, regardless. At least the flu bug seems to over.

  2. The Seahawks and Rams always have battles that typically aren’t decided till the very end of the game and I suspect this will be no different.Regardless of the injuries or records, this is anyone’s game to win.

  3. Imagine if Greg Zuerlein had kicked his routine 40-yard FG on the last play of the Rams-Seahawks game earlier this season. No one wants to talk about it, but Seattle would be 9-3, the Rams would be 8-4, with LA only one-half game back. Instead, Seattle is dominant and the Rams are mediocre. All because of a few inches on a missed FG. Sure, coulda-woulda-shoulda, but even so.

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