Left tackle Rees Odhiambo lays on the ground getting elbowed in the chest in the third quarter and bruising his sternum Sunday night during the Seahawks’ home win over Indianapolis. Wednesday, two days after he was released from the hospital, he remarkably was a full participant in practice.
Left tackle Rees Odhiambo lays on the ground getting elbowed in the chest in the third quarter and bruising his sternum Sunday night during the Seahawks’ home win over Indianapolis. Wednesday, two days after he was released from the hospital, he remarkably was a full participant in practice. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
Left tackle Rees Odhiambo lays on the ground getting elbowed in the chest in the third quarter and bruising his sternum Sunday night during the Seahawks’ home win over Indianapolis. Wednesday, two days after he was released from the hospital, he remarkably was a full participant in practice. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
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Rees Odhiambo in 2 days: From paramedics wheeling him out of locker room to hospital to full practice participant

October 04, 2017 06:14 PM

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