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Seahawks quarterback controversy? Pete Carroll stands behind Ru…

Seahawks quarterback controversy? Pete Carroll stands behind Russell Wilson

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll insists Russell Wilson isn't far away from a breakthrough at quarterback, but downplays backup Matt Flynn's sore elbow.
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  • QBR ranks: Sticking with Russell Wilson

    QBR ranks: Sticking with Russell Wilson

    ESPN.com Oct 1, 2012
    Russell Wilson will remain the Seattle Seahawks' starting quarterback whether or not backup Matt Flynn has a healthy enough throwing elbow to play. That was the word Monday from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll. Wilson was culpable to varying degrees in the …
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  • Matt Flynn is ready, available, but Russell Wilson remains Seah…

    Matt Flynn is ready, available, but Russell Wilson remains Seahawks starter

    RENTON -- Backup quarterback Matt Flynn isn't injured per se, but the team has been cautious about his workload.And while Flynn is available and ready to play, rookie Russell Wilson remains Seattle's starting quarterback heading in its Week 5 game at Se…
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  • Mixed signals on Gregg Williams’ ability to attend games

    Mixed signals on Gregg Williams’ ability to attend games

    profootballtalk.com Oct 1, 2012
    The league’s decision to allow former Saints defensive coordinator Gregg Williams to attend Sunday’s game between the Seahawks and the Rams has spawned a string of conflicts accounts and explanations. Adam Schefter of ESPN explained earlier today that
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  • What we learned: Rams 19, Seahawks 13

    What we learned: Rams 19, Seahawks 13

    seattletimes.com Oct 1, 2012
    Three things we learned1. Seattle's defense isn't entirely impregnable.St. Louis entered the game having completed five passes of 20 yards or more, fewest in the league. Well, not only did the Rams have a 52-yard pass against Seattle -- the longest play…
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  • Around the NFC West: Rams' rookies shine

    Around the NFC West: Rams' rookies shine

    The St. Louis Rams would not have beaten the Seattle Seahawks in Week 4 without a couple things. They were far more efficient at maximizing points when their opponent gave them openings. That is the sign of a well-coached team. The Rams also got signifi…
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  • Onside kick reveals growing desperation for points

    Onside kick reveals growing desperation for points

    seattletimes.com Oct 1, 2012
    Seahawks offense just not getting the job doneBy Jerry Brewer | The Seattle Times
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