Russell Wilson’s sprained knee and sprained ankle are why he and the Seahawks are not running as much this season -- and partly why the quarterback is ahead of his team-record passing pace from last season.
Russell Wilson’s sprained knee and sprained ankle are why he and the Seahawks are not running as much this season -- and partly why the quarterback is ahead of his team-record passing pace from last season. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Russell Wilson’s sprained knee and sprained ankle are why he and the Seahawks are not running as much this season -- and partly why the quarterback is ahead of his team-record passing pace from last season. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
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Running to nowhere: Play calls, health show why Seahawks’ balance is skewed to the pass

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