Coach Pete Carroll says his Seahawks are “very fortunate” to have former Philadelphia Eagles first-round pick Marcus Smith as a new pass rusher. They are even more fortunate this week, with Smith getting a second NFL chance while Pro Bowl defensive end Cliff Avril deals with neck and spine injuries.
Coach Pete Carroll says his Seahawks are “very fortunate” to have former Philadelphia Eagles first-round pick Marcus Smith as a new pass rusher. They are even more fortunate this week, with Smith getting a second NFL chance while Pro Bowl defensive end Cliff Avril deals with neck and spine injuries. Ted S. Warren AP
Coach Pete Carroll says his Seahawks are “very fortunate” to have former Philadelphia Eagles first-round pick Marcus Smith as a new pass rusher. They are even more fortunate this week, with Smith getting a second NFL chance while Pro Bowl defensive end Cliff Avril deals with neck and spine injuries. Ted S. Warren AP
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