Seattle Seahawks – NFL MVP, Returning Players and Indefinite Suspension

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Updated: December 20, 2019
Getty Lamar Jackson and Russell Wilson are the two favorites to win NFL MVP. Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has at least one supporter for the NFL MVP award. Fox Sports’ Colin Cowherd argued that Wilson deserves the award more than Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. During his daily Fox Sports show The Herd, Cowherd cited the Ravens having 12 Pro Bowl selections compared to the Seahawks’ two players as evidence of how much Wilson means to the Seahawks. “Don’t @ me, Russell Wilson is my MVP. Seattle is the number one seed in the NFC and I have no idea how,” Cowherd said, per Fox Sports . Read More...
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZRM8U.tX5HKDbGGr5_tDHljK5eEqXjkXJ0XWn4a9Q0BUap1_aCGntCaEbl2WFuWxAc6iO.61IBdOsyQ3dimX4bNQXtvu2nRQ31oRWWD7BPHwuWlCMAA5ixrHV.cl8VPcgxKfknXYKGrjVwWnh9_PBN4pl_EWdHWp_aN8rGRvbluGA--After missing the last two games while recovering from a stinger, Seahawks defensive end Ziggy Ansah returned to full participation in practice on Wednesday. Ansah has been able to practice the last two weeks in a limited fashion but has been held out games against the Los Angeles Rams and Carolina Panthers as his strength hadn’t sufficiently returned. Fellow defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was unable to practice on Wednesday as the continues to recover from the flu. Head coach Pete Carroll had indicated before practice that both Ansah and Clowney would be practicing in some fashion. Instead, Ansah was the only one of the pair about to take part on Wednesday. “They’re both going to get work today,” Carroll said. Read More...
 
http://omgili.com/ri/.wHSUbtEfZRCibEt08cl5OxbKqMYOHYSvs8VBik8fboZDTaRwSilS1lS9m6q_Zc2__WdVi83dMZhfTdzvrTMFjf63f2.NavZZ0Gp6iHk2gdx6U_Mb5QkiJEr.aANm.ye The troubles that have followed Josh Gordon throughout his career continued Monday as the Seahawks wide receiver was suspended indefinitely by the NFL for violating the league’s drug policy again. Gordon tested positive for performance-enhancing drugs and “substances of abuse,” the league said in a statement. Gordon was reinstated by the NFL in August after having been suspended indefinitely in December 2018, missing the final three games of last season for violations of the league’s substance abuse policy. “My heart goes out to Josh having to face this again. The fact that he is up against it and all, it poses a great challenge to him,” Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. Read More...
 

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