Cliff Avril has been disruptive all season, and he has done the one thing pass rushers must consistently do: move the quarterback off his spot. Time and again this year Avril did that, and the Seahawks rewarded that consistency with a new four-year extension worth $28.5 million.
Seattle has two offensive linemen who have made the Pro Bowl — center Max Unger and left tackle Russell Okung. Neither, though, will be available Sunday when the Seahawks play what looms as their biggest regular season game of the season, a showdown at Arizona.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril said what you might expect after it was announced today he has signed a four-year contract extension worth $28.5 million and $16 million guaranteed --- he's a happy man.
%%%9e3295c0f10c242138954f301bc1f3ef%%%The Seattle Times will highlight a 12th Fan of the Week throughout the season. Each fan will predict the outcome of the next Seahawks game against a Seattle celebrity and Times reporters and columnists.
%%%2e19549ff43da2537b5ae5496b95448e%%%The Huskies just wrapped practice inside Husky Stadium, their eighth of 15 allotted practices leading up to the Jan. 2 TicketCity Cactus Bowl against Oklahoma State.
The Seattle Seahawks will be without two starting offensive linemen --- center Max Unger and left tackle Russell Okung --- against the Arizona Cardinals Sunday, coach Pete Carroll said today on his weekly Friday radio show on KIRO-97.3 FM.