Seahawks general manager John Schneider said Thursday that nose tackle Brandon Mebane is "doing well" in his recovery from a torn hamstring, the Tacoma News Tribune reports. Schneider added that Mebane is on track to be ready for the beginning of the 2015 season. The nose tackle said in late January that the surgery to repair the torn hamstring went well and that he anticipated being back to 100 percent by April.
Seahawks starting nose tackle Brandon Mebane said the surgery to fix his torn hamstring went well, and he should be full go by April, reports the Seattle Times. Mebane's season was cut short after nine games. He finished with 20 tackles and a sack.
Seahawks starting nose tackle Brandon Mebane has a torn hamstring and is out for the season, reports Fox Sports. Mebane got hurt in Sunday's win over the Giants, with coach Pete Carroll saying Monday that Mebane would be out for "a while." The devastating blow means Seattle will give increased snaps to six-time Pro Bowler Kevin Williams and second-year pro Jordan Hill.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told reporters Monday defensive tackle Brandon Mebane is dealing with a "legit" hamstring injury and will be out "a while." Mebane injured the hamstring against the Giants in Week 10 and did not return to the game. In nine games, Mebane has totaled 20 tackles and one sack.
Seahawks defensive tackle Brandon Mebane will not return Week 10 against the Giants. Mebane is dealing with a hamstring injury. He racked up two tackles, including one for a loss, before leaving the contest.