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Seattle offensive line was already VERY bad. Hopefully we can figure out how to take advantage. If we can, they'll be forced to use their tight ends to help pass protect a good bit.Seahawks tackle Bradley Sowell to miss time with sprained right knee
Posted by Curtis Crabtree on October 25, 2016, 1:10 AM EDT
The Seahawks will have to get by for at least the next few weeks without starting left tackle Bradley Sowell.
An MRI on Monday showed a sprained MCL in Sowell’s right knee suffered in the fourth quarter of Sunday night’s 6-6 tie with the Arizona Cardinals.
“It’s going to take a few weeks, we’ll see what it takes to get him back,” head coach Pete Carroll said.
George Fant replaced Sowell at left tackle for the remainder the game. Fant, an undrafted free agent from Western Kentucky, has incredibly limited football experience. He played basketball exclusively for the majority of his college career before joining the football team for his final season. He played defensive line and tight end at Western Kentucky in very limited action.