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Thursday Round-Up: What Breno Giacomini's sore knee means for Week 4
Here's a look at what's "out there" for today, Thursday, September 26, about your Seattle Seahawks:
Danny O'Neil of 710Sports.com has a look at what Breno Giacomini's knee injury means for the offensive line heading into Sunday's game against the Texans in Houston. O'Neil also shares several highlights from his Wednesday "Hawk Talk" chat.
Adam Lewis of SportsPressNW.com wonders if the Seahawks can reach 4-0 with the uncertainty hanging over the offensive line.
Dave Boling of the Tacoma News Tribune says if the Seahawks can pull out two road wins or even split games in Week 4 and 5 they may find themselves in the NFC driver's seat.
Todd Dybas of the Tacoma News Tribune has a closer look at defensive end J.J. Watt, the NFL's reigning Defensive Player of the Year who the Seahawks will be forced to handle this weekend.
Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times has more on the Texans disruptive pass rusher J.J. Watt. Condotta also passes along five questions and five answers on Sunday's matchup in Houston from Brian T. Smith, who covers the Texans for the Houston Chronicle.
For even more on J.J. Watt, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR AM has his report from Wednesday's media availability and practice session.
ESPN's John Clayton previews Sunday's game against the Houston Texans in his "Cold Hard Facts" segment for 710 ESPN Seattle.
Cornerback Richard Sherman was named one of Sports Illustrated's Top 100 Twitter accounts to follow for news and entertainment in sports. We all already knew that, but in case you're not already on board, you can follow No. 25 on Twitter at @RSherman_25.
Here at Seahawks.com, team photographer Rod Mar has a look at "Competition Wednesday" in photos.
I pass along several bits of injury news and Week 4 game notes from head coach Pete Carroll's Wednesday press conference.
And Digital Media Reporter Clare Farnsworth recaps the events surrounding Wednesday in Hawkville, puts the focus on quarterback Russell Wilson, and catches up with the relentless rusher Michael Bennett.