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Seattle's O-Line Still Cause For Concern

Seattle's O-Line Still Cause For Concern

Through an off-season and two minicamps, the problems that plagued the Seahawks offensive line in 2006 still seem to be mostly unresolved. How is Mike Holmgren looking to put his personnel in place, and how concerned is he about the current O-line situation?

The following series of events began with 12:50 remaining in the third quarter of Seattle’s 2006 season-opening 9-6 win over the Detroit Lions: On the first down play, a four-yard pass to fullback Mack Strong, Lions defensive tackle Shaun Rogers rolled up on the back of Walter Jones’ legs, and the All-World left tackle had to leave the game with a sprained ankle. Jones was replaced by Tom Ashworth...

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