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Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Will play Sunday
Mone (elbow) will play Sunday against the Vikings, according to John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site.
Mone was a limited participant in practice Wednesday and Thursday, but he wasn't included in the final injury report, suggesting that he shouldn't have any limitations come game time. He didn't play in Week 2 but recorded five tackles (three solo) while playing 46 percent of the snaps in the season opener against the Colts.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Inactive Sunday
Mone (ankle) won't play against the Titans on Sunday.
Mone lost substantial time with an ankle injury in 2020 and is now sidelined with a similar issue. Al Woods should see extra snaps as a result.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Sticking in Seattle
Mone (ankle) signed his ERFA tender with the Seahawks on Monday, NFL reporter Aaron Wilson reports.
Mone missed six regular-season games in 2020 due to a significant ankle injury, but he managed to retake the field for Seattle's final three games of the year. Now healthy, he'll spend the offseason competing to retain a similar role for the 2021 campaign.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Lifted off IR
Mones (ankle) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Mone will return to the lineup for Sunday's game against the Rams, which will be his first time on the field since Week 9. The Michigan product will work as a reserve defensive tackle behind Poona Ford and Jarran Reed.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Designated for return
Mone (ankle) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Mone was placed on IR in mid-November, but now the 21-day clock starts for Seattle to either move the 25-year-old defensive tackle onto the active roster or designate him for season-ending IR. He hasn't yet garnered a start in 2020, but Mone has commanded a defensive role of 21.9 snaps per game over eight appearances this season while collecting seven tackles and half a sack.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Cleared from COVID list
The Seahawks activated Mone (ankle) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Mone was placed on the list Dec. 7 after he was deemed a close contact to someone who tested positive for COVID-19. The Michigan product can return to team facilities, but he still resides on injured reserve due to an ankle injury.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Clarified as close contact
Coach Pete Carroll relayed Monday that Mone (ankle) was a close contact to someone with COVID-19, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
This means Mone is eligible to return to team facilities later this week, as long as he doesn't test positive for the virus. His ankle sprain is still a concern. He's eligible to return from IR this week.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Lands on IR
Mone (ankle) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Mone was already on injured reserve with an ankle injury. He won't be able to return to team facilities until he clears the COVID-19 protocols. Mone will miss his fourth straight game in Week 13, and he could return in the next few weeks.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Shifts to IR
The Seahawks placed Mone (ankle) on injured reserve Saturday.
Mone will be required to sit out for three weeks, and that's typically the minimum recovery time from a high-ankle sprain anyway. The Seahawks elevated Damon Harrison from the practice squad to add depth at defensive tackle behind starters Poona Ford and Jarran Reed.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Officially out
As expected, Mone (ankle) has been ruled out for the Seahawks' Week 10 matchup with the Rams, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Mone suffered a high-ankle sprain in last week's loss to the Bills. It was subsequently reported that he was expected to miss the next two games, which means Week 12 against the Eagles would be his next possible chance to suit up. Thus, Jarran Reed and Poona Ford are the only remaining defensive tackles available for Seattle.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Dealing with serious injury
Coach Pete Carroll said that Mone suffered a high-ankle sprain during Sunday's loss to the Bills, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
This will require a lengthy recovery, and Mone likely will miss the next two games given the Week 11 matchup against Arizona is a Thursday night game. His absence leaves Jarran Reed and Poona Ford as the only remaining defensive tackles, so the Seahawks could turn to Damon Harrison, who's currently on the practice squad.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Re-ups with Seahawks
Mone signed his exclusive rights tender with the Seahawks on Thursday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.
Mone landed in Seattle as an undrafted free agent last May and proceeded to log two stints on the 53-man roster. Overall, he played in five games (including playoffs), averaging 21.2 defensive snaps per contest en route to six tackles. He'll again provide depth to the defensive interior in 2020.... See More ... See Less
Seahawks' Bryan Mone: Promoted to 53-man roster
Mone was promoted to Seattle's 53-man roster Saturday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
The 24-year-old has spent most of the season on the Seahawks' practice squad but will make his way to the active roster for the closing stretch. Mone provides depth at defensive tackle with Al Woods beginning his four-game suspension Week 16.... See More ... See Less
Bryan Mone: Signs with Seattle's practice squad
Mone has been signed to Seattle's practice squad, Brady Henderson of ESPN's NFL Nation reports.
Mone was waived from the 53-man roster earlier in the week but could be a candidate to rejoin the roster if Seattle suffers any injuries along the defensive line.... See More ... See Less
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