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Bruce Irvin to play bigger role for Seahawks with Clemons injur…

Bruce Irvin to play bigger role for Seahawks with Clemons injury

profootballtalk.com ESPN.com Updated Jan 7, 2013
With defensive end Chris Clemons lost for the season due to a torn ACL and meniscus, the Seattle Seahawks will have to hope rookie Bruce Irvin can fill the void. Irvin was Seattle’s first-round pick in last April’s draft and has been used almost exclu
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  • Video - Gordon, Hornets Sting Spurs 00:46

    Gordon, Hornets Sting Spurs

    Jan 7
    Eric Gordon leads Hornets with 24 points in 95-88 win over Spurs.
  • Video - NFL32OT: RG III Goes Down In Loss 03:04

    NFL32OT: RG III Goes Down In Loss

    Jan 7
    Episode 243: Suzy Kolber and Chris Mortensen discuss whether keeping Robert Griffin III in the game was the right decision. Adam Schefter breaks down the hiring of Bills new head coach Doug Marrone. The NFL32 crew discuss the Ravens-Broncos matchup.
  • Video - Foster Changes Twitter Avatar 03:13

    Foster Changes Twitter Avatar

    Jan 7
    Arian Foster changes his Twitter avatar to a highly critical excerpt from a column by Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy.
  • Video - Robert Griffin III Will See Dr. Andrews For Further Examination 01:55

    Robert Griffin III Will See Dr. Andrews For Further Examination

    Jan 7
    John Clayton with the latest on Robert Griffin III's injury.

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    Jan 7
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    Jan 7
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