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Seattle Seahawks Injury Status: Defensive End

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Patrick Kerney: Seattle placed Patrick Kerney on injured reserve November 19, 2008 with a torn labrum in his left shoulder. It was the second time he had torn that labrum in under a year. He then had surgery to remove bone chip in his left elbow on April 28, 2009. It's unknown whether Kerney will be ready in time for training camp. Evidence how the internet echo chamber baffles, USA Today and RotoWorld report that Kerney will not be ready for the start of training camp, but link to a Danny O'neil blog post that states "The bone-chip removal will not keep him from starting training camp."

Lawrence Jackson: Jackson played in 16 games and started 14. He did not appear on the official injury report all season. Then, in an oh-by-the-way during an interview with Mitch Levy, Jackson said he suffered a right foot injury in week one and did not feel himself until the final four weeks of the season. He has fully participated in mini camp. Barring unreported leprosy, Jackson is a go for training camp.