Bradley McDougald

#30 DB / Seattle Seahawks / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 215 lb Age: 28 College: Kansas Bye 11

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    Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Sheds light on offseason surgery

    Bradley McDougald said Thursday that the surgery he underwent this offseason was to address a partially torn patellar tendon that he played through during the second half of the 2018 season, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.McDougald reportedly tried rehabbing the injury this offseason, but he eventually decided to undergo surgery right before the start of OTAs. Considering the 28-year-old said he'd be ready to play if the regular season began this week, McDougald should be ready to go when training camp kicks off late next month.

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    Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Missing time due to surgery

    Coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that Bradley McDougald underwent offseason knee surgery and is unlikely to return to practice before training camp, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.McDougald began appearing on the injury report last October with a knee issue that was later revealed to be patellar tendinitis. He nonetheless started every game during his second season in Seattle and ultimately beat his totals from 2017 in just about every category. It isn't clear when the safety went under the knife this offseason, but it at least sounds like McDougald could be ready for training camp. Second-round rookie Marquise Blair looks to be more of a threat to Tedric Thompson's starting role than McDougald's.

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    Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Well-rounded asset

    Bradley McDougald compiled 78 tackles, nine pass breakups, three interceptions and three forced fumbles in 2018.McDougald was a clear leader in Seattle's young secondary. The 28-year-old stepped into a starting role after Kam Chancellor (neck) retired, and he thrived as a run stopper and in coverage while playing 88.2 percent of defensive snaps. Barring an injury, McDougald can be considered a lock to retain the same role in 2019.

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    Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Full participant Thursday

    Bradley McDougald (knee) was a full participant in Thursday's practice session, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.McDougald has no injury designation following Thursday's practice, and is thus expected to fill his usual role as the starting safety for Seattle when they face off against the Cowboys on Saturday.

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    Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: No practice Tuesday

    Bradley McDougald (knee) was a non-participant at practice Tuesday, John Boyle of the Seattle Seahawks' official site reports.McDougald has battled the knee injury for the last few weeks, though he hasn't been limited on gameday in the two games since the issue occurred. The 28-year-old's practice reps the rest of the week will provide further clarification on his availability, but for now he seems likely to play through the injury once again for Saturday's wild-card game at Dallas.

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    Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Active for Week 17

    Bradley McDougald (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.McDougald will play through his lingering knee injury for the second straight week. He'll draw his usual start at free safety.

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    Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Questionable for Sunday

    Bradley McDougald (knee) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.McDougald played through his lingering knee issue during last week's win over the Chiefs, but has yet to shed the injury. The Seattle Seahawks have already clinched a playoff berth, and could elect to sit McDougald in Week 17 to make sure he's healthy for the postseason.

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    Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Has yet to practice

    Bradley McDougald (knee) did not participate in practice Wednesday or Thursday, John Boyle of the Seattle Seahawks' official site reports.McDougald was active for Sunday's win over the Chiefs, contributing seven tackles (five solo) across 61 defensive snaps. However, it seems his knee issues are lingering, putting the safety at risk of missing the regular-season finale against the Cardinals. Should he fail to suit up, look for Delano Hill to take over the starting role.

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    Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Ready to go

    Bradley McDougald (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Chiefs.McDougald spent the entirety of last week away from his team as he sought an out of town specialist to rehab his knee injury. The starting free safety appears to have progressed well in his efforts, and will suit up versus Kansas City.

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    Seahawks' Bradley McDougald: Expected to play Week 16

    Coach Pete Carroll said Friday that he fully expects Bradley McDougald (knee) to play against the Chiefs on Sunday, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.McDougald is still not with the team Friday after having left Seattle to rehab his knee earlier in the week, John Boyle of the Seattle Seahawks' official site reports, but he nonetheless appears to be trending towards suiting up versus the Chiefs. A win would secure the Seahawks' playoff berth, so McDougald -- officially listed as questionable -- give it his best shot to retake the field.