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Tuesday, October 20, 2020  Spokane, Washington  Est. May 19, 1883
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Seahawks’ QB quandary continues

RENTON, Wash. – Well, at least Seattle’s Charlie Whitehurst isn’t getting peppered with questions about making his first NFL start.

Now it’s all about his second start – with a division title on the line.

With questions lingering about Matt Hasselbeck’s health, Whitehurst is prepping to make the second start of his career Sunday night when Seattle hosts St. Louis with the NFC West title at stake.

Hasselbeck strained his hip in the first quarter last week against Tampa Bay.

From the start, Carroll said he’s preparing as though Hasselbeck won’t be available against the Rams and that Whitehurst will be the one asked to lead Seattle to its first division title since 2007.

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