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Friday Round-Up: Brandon Browner practices in full
Good morning, 12th Man.
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today, Friday, September 20, about your Seattle Seahawks:
Terry Blount of ESPN.com brings word that cornerback Brandon Browner returned to practice in full on Thursday, and could be in line for playing time on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars at CenturyLink Field. Blount also looks at how the Seahawks plan to avoid a letdown this week.
Todd Dybas of the Tacoma News Tribune passes along Thursday's injury report, noting defensive end Chris Clemons (knee) and offensive lineman J.R. Sweezy (back) were all full participants.
John Boyle of the Everett Herald makes sense of the Seahawks' offensive struggles through the team's first two games. Boyle also has highlights from cornerback Richard Sherman's Thursday press conference.
Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR AM has more on the Seahawks offensive and includes an update from the team's "Turnover Thursday" practice.
Jayson Jenks of the Seattle Times talks with right tackle Breno Giacomini, who has done a better job staying away from personal foul penalties through two weeks of the season.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times notes 11 players that were with the Seahawks during training camp or preseason have found homes on the regular season rosters of other teams.
Chris Burke and Doug Farrar of SI.com provide a game-by-game preview of Week 3 matchups around the NFL.
NFL.com Around the League writers Gregg Rosenthal and Marc Sessler discuss what to watch for in this weekend's games.
Bill Barnwell of Grantland.com provides a team-by-team breakdown two weeks into the season.
Greg A. Bedard of TheMMQB.com introduces a new statistic - "pressure points" - that gives an assessment of how much an individual affects the passers through quarterback hits, hurries, drawn holding calls, solo sacks, assisted sacks, and "easy" sacks.
And here at Seahawks.com, Digital Media Reporter Clare Farnsworth brings an update on the status of cornerback Brandon Browner, puts the focus on quarterback Russell Wilson, and features free safety Earl Thomas, who's working to become the greatest safety in the League.