Washington State’s last two games have gotten rolling when an opposing player fielded a punt deep in their own territory scored, putting the Cougars on their heels without the defense ever having a chance for the stop.
Unless Kam Chancellor can give a convincing argument Sunday for why he should play against the Giants, he won’t. And if that happens, then Chancellor will miss his second straight game, forcing the Seahawks to go with a first-time starter at strong safety once again.
Chris Young's remarkable resurgent return to the big leagues received another accolade. On Friday morning, Young was awarded the American League Comeback Player of the Year award from Major League Baseball.
After Sunday’s game against the Raiders, when for just the sixth time in his career he completed less than half of his passes, Russell Wilson said he didn’t really know what had gone wrong. By Thursday, Wilson had settled on a reason: his footwork.
RENTON — Safety Kam Chancellor (groin), guard James Carpenter (ankle), center Stephen Schilling (knee) and linebacker Malcolm Smith (groin) were all listed as doubtful on the Seahawks' official injury report after Friday's practice.