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Week 7 Outlook
Seahawks' OLB Bruce Irvin is feared to have torn his ACL during Sunday's 35-30 win against the Patriots.
Irvin is undergoing tests to confirm whether or not he suffered a torn ACL. Seattle can ill afford to lose a defensive starter, as they have allowed Atlanta and New England to combine for 986 offensive yards through two weeks. Rookie first-round LB Jordyn Brooks will be Irvin's replacement if the ACL tear is confirmed.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says Bruce Irvin is dealing with a hip flexor injury.
Irvin is still expected to be ready for the start of the season, but this is an injury that can linger. The 32-year-old is currently considered day-to-day.
The Seattle Seahawks have agreed to a deal with edge rusher and former first-round pick Bruce Irvin, according to a report from NFL insider Ian Rapoport.
Irvin recorded 8 1/2 sacks over 13 games in 2019 and was a member of the Seahawks from 2012-2015. He returns to the same Seattle team that made him a first-round pick eight years ago.
Bruce Irvin left California with five solo tackles and two sacks during Sunday’s loss to San Francisco.
Irvin is off to slow start totaling 12 tackles and 3.5 sacks through Week 8. He can be left on waivers, but watch him if he continues to get after the QB moving forward.
Bruce Irvin will miss Sunday’s game while dealing with a hamstring injury, Bill Voth reports.
Irvin will miss his debut with the Panthers in Week 1 against the Rams. The 2012 first-round pick has played for Seattle, Oakland, and Atlanta in his seven-year career and racked up 43.5 sacks along the way. In his absence, rookie first-rounder Brian Burns could see more action.