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6-3, 2nd in NFC West

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Another shot of the M4A1 Sherman Medium Tank they was brought to Seahawks practice today.

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Video: Ahead of their annual "Salute to Service" game, the Seahawks brought in a WWII-era M4A1 Sherman Medium Tank to practice today. It was transported from owner Paul Allen's Flying Heritage & Combat Armor Museum in Everett, Wash. Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell climbed inside.

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Wilson's jaw injury could have been worse (1:01)
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Video: Russell Wilson says he had to have his jaw realigned after taking a hit to the chin last Thursday vs. Arizona. He had a hard time talking and couldn't eat solid foods over the weekend. "It hurt pretty good," he said.

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Seahawks' Richardson fined, calls it 'extortion'

The NFL fined Seahawks defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson $18,231 for his hit on Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton on Nov. 9. He is appealing the fine, which he called "extortion" Friday.

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Seahawks defensive coordinator Kris Richard reiterated the plan is for Jeremy Lane to start at left cornerback and Justin Coleman will remain the nickelback.

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QB Wilson had jaw realigned after Dansby hit

As a result of a hit he took from Karlos Dansby in the Seattle Seahawks' win over the Arizona Cardinals last week, quarterback Russell Wilson said he needed to have his jaw realigned. Dansby was fined $18,231 by the NFL.

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Russell Wilson said he felt fortunate to avoid a jaw fracture on the hit -- which was from Arizona's Karlos Dansby -- and that doctors told him they may have had to wire his mouth shut had he been hit any harder. Wilson said he had to wear a special mouth guard for a few days after last Thursday's game and that he couldn't eat solid foods. Wilson said he's fine now.

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Russell Wilson on the NFL's investigation into a possible violation of the league's concussion protocol by the Seahawks: "I think that the league's got to do what they've got to do and obviously it's really important for player safety and everything like that. I was completely fine, just my jaw got busted up pretty good as you guys can see. But we're cooperating and doing everything that we can to make sure we that we do it the right way."

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How can linemen affect your fantasy team? (2:00)

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The Seahawks list seven players as not practicing today, including four that weren't able to finish the Arizona game: Duane Brown, Kam Chancellor, Jarran Reed and Michael Wilhoite. Earl Thomas, limited today, is expected back this week after missing the last two games.

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Offensive line coach Tom Cable sounded optimistic that Luke Joeckel is nearing his return from knee surgery. Cable said the plan would be for Joeckel to slide back into left guard, where rookie Ethan Pocic has started the last four games in his absence. Pocic would then be an option to overtake Oday Aboushi at right guard, Cable said .

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Offensive line coach Tom Cable reiterated what Pete Carroll said earlier about the Seahawks preparing Matt Tobin as if he's going to start at left tackle Monday night vs. Atlanta. Duane Brown's status is uncertain due to a sprained ankle. Cable said Tobin did "fine" when he stepped in for Brown vs. Arizona save for "one bad play" in which he allowed a sack.

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Atlanta looking to capitalize on Seattle's young defense (1:08)
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Video: Bobby Wagner on why he calls it "a linebacker's game" against the Falcons and their versatile running backs.

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Video: Pete Carroll says Richard Sherman is looking forward to returning to the Seahawks' facility so he can continue mentoring Seattle's younger cornerbacks. It's something Sherman has done for much of his career.

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Here's what Pete Carroll said about Kam Chancellor, who's being evaluated after suffering neck stingers last week: “He's still getting some work done, tests done. We don't have anything updated yet.” Asked if it's a week-to-week thing or potentially a long-term issue, Carroll said: “Don't know that yet. I don't know that yet. I've only communicated with him. We'll see him later. I don't know anything yet.”

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In addition to Richard Sherman, the Seahawks' defense could be without Kam Chancellor against Atlanta after he suffered neck stingers last week. Bobby Wagner talked about that possibility as though it's the expectation. "It's definitely going to be weird," Wagner said. "I've never played a game without Richard. He's definitely going to be missed. But to have both of those guys missing in action is not something we've ever had to deal with, but I think it's something that we're prepared for. We can hold it down until at least one of them gets back. The other one might take a while."

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Pete Carroll said it's too early to know for sure if Richard Sherman will be ready for the start of training camp after having surgery yesterday to repair his ruptured Achilles. "It went great," Carroll said of the surgery. "I had a chance to talk to Richard yesterday. He sounded a little groggy, but they were really happy with the way they went about it. It's going to give him a chance to get back in months, which is really nice. There's a couple choices that they can make. They made a choice that was aggressive and they think it worked out well, according to the docs. So we'll be very hopeful for that.”

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It doesn't sound like rookie defensive lineman Malik McDowell is much closer to being ready to play, based on Pete Carroll's comments. McDowell, the team's top draft pick, has been sidelined since suffering a concussion in a summer ATV accident. "Malik is still out of action right now," Carroll said, adding that McDowell is "doing some activities and stuff like that."

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Pete Carroll had no update on the NFL's investigation into a possible violation by the Seahawks of the league's concussion protocol, which stemmed from Russell Wilson returning to last week's game after being sent off the field for evaluation. "The training staff is working on that stuff," Carroll said. "As we progress, we'll let you know when we can. We don't have any other information for you."

Team Stats

Passing Yards267.82nd
Rushing Yards100.722nd
Points For23.411th
Points Against18.3Tied-5th

2017 Draft Picks

RD(PK)PLAYERPOSSCHOOL
2(3)Malik McDowellDTMichigan State
2(26)Ethan PocicCLSU
3(26)Shaquill GriffinCBUCF
3(31)Delano HillSMichigan
3(38)Nazair JonesDTNorth Carolina
3(42)Amara DarbohWRMichigan
4(4)Tedric ThompsonSColorado
6(3)Mike TysonSCincinnati
6(26)Justin SeniorOTMississippi State
7(8)David MooreWREast Central
7(31)Christopher CarsonRBOklahoma State