Clowney (core) is questionable for Sunday night's game against the Rams, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Clowney was estimated as limited in Seattle's two walk-throughs this week after playing a regular allotment of snaps Week 13. Per Boyle, Clowney proceeded to practice in full Friday, giving him a great chance to suit up Sunday night.
Clowney (core) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Clowney played 78 percent of defensive snaps during Monday's win over the Vikings. The 26-year-old is expected to manage the core injury for the remainder of the season, so he's likely to be regularly listed on the injury report.
Clowney (core) is officially active for Monday's clash with Minnesota.
Clowney was expected to play in the game despite light practice Saturday, so this news isn't quite surprising. After missing last week's game, a healthy Clowney will look to take down the quarter back for the fourth time this season.
Clowney (core) is officially listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Vikings, Seahawks digital media reporter John Boyle reports.
Clowney got in a light practice Saturday and is expected to be fine for Monday. If he plays Monday, it will be Clowney's first appearance since Nov. 11.
Clowney (core) said Friday he doesn't need surgery at the moment, though it could be a possibility at a later time, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Clowney added that the injury would have to be managed for the remainder of the season. The 26-year-old's status for Monday's game against the Vikings will be officially determined after the Seahawks' final practice of Week 13 on Saturday.
Clowney (core) was a non-participant in Thursday's practice, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Clowney has now missed two straight practices to start the week, despite coach Pete Carroll's optimism that the 26-year-old would suit up for Monday night. His progress will need to be tracked over the weekend.
Clowney (hip/knee) didn't participate at practice Wednesday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday he's "optimistic" Clowney will be able to play Sunday versus the Vikings, but he won't start the week on the practice field. The 26-year-old will need to practice at some point this week to instill legitimate confidence in his availability for this weekend.
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that he's "optimistic" Clowney (hip/knee) will suit up against the Vikings in Week 13, Liz Matthews of USA Today reports.
Clowney sat out Sunday's 17-9 win over the Eagles while battling a sore hip. He was also listed on the injury report with a knee issue. It looks like the star pass rusher has a fair shot to retake the field Dec. 2 against the Vikings, but he'll first need to resume participating in practice.
Clowney (knee) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Clowney is dealing with a knee injury sustained during Week 10's win over the 49ers. He spent time away from the Seahawks to receive treatment this week. Clowney has been a dominant force in Seattle's defense all season, so his absence will be a notable blow against Philadelphia.
Clowney, who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game in Philadelphia, is away from the Seahawks to receive treatment on his sore hip, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Clowney has been dominating since the Seahawks acquired him on Aug. 31, racking up three sacks, three forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries, two defensive TDs and one interception in 10 games. His sketchy medical history also traveled with him to the Pacific Northwest, as he's showed up in injury reports this month. According to head coach Pete Carroll, Clowney emerged from a Week 10 win at San Francisco "with a little something. Just checking him out, making sure he's OK." Clowney was unable to practice this week, but with a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff, his fate will be known Sunday morning.
Clowney (knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Eagles, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Clowney didn't practice Wednesday and Thursday but still has a chance to suit up Week 12. The 26-year-old has only three sacks this season, but his absence would leave a sizable hole in Seattle's defensive front. Branden Jackson and L.J. Collier would see increased roles should Clowney be unable to play Sunday.
Clowney (knee) did not participate in Thursday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Clowney has yet to practice this week, so a return Friday would be key in determining his availability for Sunday against the Eagles. L.J. Collier and Branden Jackson would stand to see increased snaps if the South Carolina product were to miss time.
Clowney (knee) was a non-participant in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Coming off of his best game of the season against the 49ers, Clowney is hampered following the bye week. The former first-rounder has missed just one game since the start of the 2017 season, and his absence would be a major hit to the team's pass rush. Any worries about his status for Sunday's game against the Eagles will be appeased if he can practice Thursday or Friday.
Clowney recorded five solo tackles, a sack and a fumble recovery, which he returned for a touchdown, in Monday's 27-24 win over the 49ers.
Clowney was a thorn in Jimmy Garoppolo's side all night, as the 49ers' offensive front couldn't contain him. The defensive end tallied five quarterback hits and forced Garoppolo into numerous errant throws. This was Clowney's best performance since arriving in Seattle via trade from the Texans, and he'll look to produce a similar effort when the Seahawks play next Week 12 against the Eagles.
Clowney (toe/knee) isn't on the final injury report ahead of Monday's game against the 49ers, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Clowney's absence from Friday's practice set off alarm bells, but it appears he'll be good to go in Monday's prime time clash between NFC West rivals.
Clowney was a non-participant at Friday's practice with toe and knee injuries, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Clowney's injuries have held him out of practice entirely so far this week, a concerning development ahead of a key divisional matchup against the 49ers on Monday night. The Seahawks will hold one more practice session Saturday, and Clowney will likely need to participate in some capacity in order to have a chance of playing Monday. L.J. Collier is in line to take over at defensive end should Clowney be ruled out.
Clowney returned an interception for a touchdown in Sunday's 27-10 win over the Cardinals.
Clowney welcomed himself to the NFC West by snagging a Kyler Murray screen pass with one hand and taking it to the house on the Cardinals' second drive of the game. This was the first interception of Clowney's career. It has been a slow start for the highly touted defensive end, however, as he's posted just six tackles and a sack through four games to complement the pick-six.
Clowney registered two tackles, including one sack, and one pass breakup in Sunday's 21-20 win over the Bengals.
Clowney lived up to the hype in his first game for the Seahawks, putting loads of pressure on Andy Dalton while also working effectively in pass coverage. The Seahawks deployed Clowney in a situational role, as he played 48 of 77 defensive snaps, which is two less than defensive ends Quinton Jefferson and Rasheem Green. Clowney will look to carry this momentum into Week 2's game versus the Steelers.
Clowney revealed part of the reason he chose the Seahawks is that they run a 4-3 defense in which he can play defensive end, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. "They run a 4-3 here," Clowney said. "I haven't been in that system for a while. That played a big part of it."
Since Clowney didn't sign Houston's franchise tag until after the trade, he had the final say in his destination. The opportunity to play more as a defensive end was intriguing to Clowney because he feels he excels as a pass rusher, especially when he doesn't have to worry about dropping into coverage like he did as a linebacker. Clowney is now free to put on weight -- he's currently listed at 255 pounds, which is 11 pounds lighter than his combine weight -- to pair with his elite athleticism, which should help him in pursuit of opposing quarterbacks. While Clowney hasn't hit double-digit sacks in a season, the potential is clear, and a change in setting could be all it takes to push him over the hump. There's an added incentive if Clowney can prove his worth as a pass rusher since he's up for a contract this offseason.
The trade that will send Clowney from the Texans to the Seahawks has been finalized, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.
The return for Clowney was Barkevious Mingo and Jacob Martin, as well as a 2020 third-round draft pick. Additionally, per ESPN.com, Clowney has officially signed his franchise tender, paving the way for him to be eligible to take the field for Seattle in Week 1. The No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 NFL draft should provide a huge boost to a Seahawks pass-rushing unit that lost Frank Clark this offseason, via a trade to the Chiefs.
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