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Saturday, August 25, 2007

Motivated Seahawks

Exhibition or not, the Vikings figure to get the Seattle Seahawks' best shot tonight, and not just because of what happened the last time they met.

Fuming over his team's performance in last week's 48-13 loss to Green Bay, Seahawks coach Mike Holmgren put his players through a physical, full-pads practice Wednesday and let everyone know that he expects a much better effort this time out.

Like the Vikings, the Seahawks are expected to play their starters through the first half and that includes quarterback Matt Hasselbeck, who is still working his way back from offseason surgery to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder and didn't play against the Packers.

Hasselbeck suffered a strained knee ligament that cost him four games in last season's 31-13 loss to the Vikings and took another shot this week at linebacker E.J. Henderson for what Hasselbeck said was an avoidable and unnecessary hit.

1 Comments:

Blogger Vikes_Are_Kings said...

Hasselbaby is such a whiner! Dude, get over it! Your lineman blocked Henderson INTO you! Didn't ya catch the replay, fella?

LOL

Here's to the Vikings winning and not sustaining any injuries!

1:35 PM  

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