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Century Links 11/13: Seahawks Might be in Hot Water over Wilson Concussion Test


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Seattle Seahawks violated NFL concussion protocol |
The Seattle Seahawks violated the NFL's concussion protocol on Thursday night when Russell Wilson was allowed back into the game without being properly checked out, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

David Johnson and Carson Palmer could return week 17 vs Seahawks
Carson Palmer and David Johnson could return for regular season finale vs the Seattle Seahawks.

Duane Brown on injury status: I'll be alright
Seattle Seahawks LT Duane Brown says he's "alright" after leaving game with ankle injury on Thursday Night Football.

Here are the Seattle Seahawks' options to replace injured star Richard Sherman | The News Tribune
Seattle can turn immediately to a former starting cornerback in the wake of Sherman’s season-ending injury. They may be able to bring back another ex-starter off injury. And yet another former Seahawks starting corner is available.

Seahawks reportedly violated NFL concussion protocol with Russell Wilson treatment - The Washington Post
The quarterback says he was "100 percent” fine and answered every question.

Russell Wilson Comes Up Big On “Pretty Emotional” Day | Seattle Seahawks
Playing on his late father's birthday, Russell Wilson pulled off another miraculous play to help lead the Seahawks to victory.

Damien Harris fits Seattle’s running back profile | Seahawks Draft Blog
Damien Harris -- possible future Seahawk?[/caption] Damien Harris has somehow avoided hype.

Owners have their own nuclear option for dealing with Jerry Jones – ProFootballTalk
When it comes to the lingering dispute regarding the Roger Goodell contract extension, much has been written and said about the potential nuclear option possessed by Cowboys owner Jerry Jones.

Sunday Night wrap-up: Broncos errors mean easy Patriots win – ProFootballTalk
We've established at this point that the Patriots are good at a few things. They have a manic attention to detail when it comes to special teams. They like spreading it around to backs and tight ends in their passing game. And they don't need a lot of help.

Adrian Clayborn's sacks power Falcons past Cowboys -
Adrian Clayborn took advantage of a Tyron Smith-less Cowboys offensive line and the Atlanta Falcons (5-4) rolled the Cowboys (5-4) in Dallas' first game without suspended Ezekiel Elliott.

Giants' Ben McAdoo not worried about job security -
Ben McAdoo's seat is unquestionably hot, but the coach isn't acknowledging heat he might be feeling, even after his team's worst loss of 2017. He received some support from one of his players Sunday.

49ers' Marquise Goodwin plays following son's death -
Just hours after losing a child, 49ers wide receiver Marquise Goodwin scored his first TD of the season. Goodwin announced after the game on social media that his and his wife Morgan's infant son died due to complications during the pregnancy.

Patriots roll as Broncos are undone by special teams -
The New England Patriots took advantage of multiple special teams mistakes and coasted to victory over the foundering Denver Broncos.

NFL Week 10: Thirty-six takeaways from Sunday -
Several of Sunday's games from Week 10 showed that some teams are getting ready for the postseason while others should start thinking about the draft. Here are some of our big takeaways from today.

ATN Podcast: Saints dominate in lock-off victory -
Are the Bills finally showing their true colors? (3:30); A solid victory for the Vikings, who look to be on the up and up (10:00).