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It’s a good thing the Seahawks are getting Percy Harvin back soon because the team will have one less receiver going forward. Sidney Rice has a torn ACL and will miss the rest of the season, the team announced on Tuesday.
So the football gods granted a mulligan on Golden Tate’s low-rent exhibition after Ram cornerback Janoris Jenkins badly misjudged Russell Wilson’s third-quarter touchdown pass. Seattle’s defense, evidently wary from carrying the offense for four quarters, wavered on the final drive but provided a thrilling stand once St. Louis attained first and goal at the Seahawks 6-yard line with 44 seconds to play. My thoughts on the goal-line stand.
Los Angeles Dodgers third-base coach Tim Wallach is expected to interview for the Seattle Mariners’ vacant managerial position.
Also a candidate for the Detroit Tigers’ managerial position, Wallach confirmed the scheduled meeting to MLive.com late Tuesday. The interview is expected to take place Thursday.
Even though Kasen Williams’ role had diminished because of how Washington was running its offense, he was still the main wide receiver every opposing defense had to account for.
If Washington is going to make a late-season charge following its October swoon, the Huskies will have to do it with Williams on the sideline.