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Duane Brown is the second-oldest Seahawk at 34, entering his 13th NFL season in a career in which he has established himself as one of the best left tackles of his generation but also coming off a season in which injuries took their toll, and with a contract situation that puts him at risk of being a salary-cap casualty a year from now.
In the latest ominous sign for a Seahawks team that has had some rough personnel news this week, Seattle on Saturday downgraded starting left tackle Duane Brown to out for Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals.
Offensive linemen such as Duane Brown spent the offseason saying they felt Seattle could have the best offensive line in the NFL with four of five starters back from a year ago and the only newcomer being veteran four-time Pro Bowler Mike Iupati, signed as a free agent to replace the departed J.R. Sweezy at left guard.
Left tackle Duane Brown says the Seahawks’ offensive line has a chance to be the best in the NFL.
If you’re Earl Thomas, and you’re looking at the three-year, $36.5 million extension the Seahawks just gave Duane Brown, what are you thinking?
Duane Brown became the first of the Seattle Seahawks potential free agents after the 2018 season to have his future secured.
Seattle offensive tackle Duane Brown was added to the Pro Bowl on Tuesday, replacing Philadelphia’s Lane Johnson.
SANTA CLARA, Calif. – Is the fifth time Seattle’s charm? Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers will feature the version number five of the Seahawks’ iffy, scrutinized offensive line this season.
Few Seahawks were happier to see the team acquire veteran left tackle Duane Brown this week than right tackle Germain Ifedi. A native of Houston, Ifedi remembers watching Brown from the minute he became a Texan in 2008 beginning a 10-year career that has included earning three Pro Bowls before his trade to Seattle earlier this week.
Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane failed his physical with the Houston Texans, according to multiple reports from the Houston Chronicle and ESPN, and will no longer be included in a trade for left tackle Duane Brown.
The Seattle Seahawks solidified a big area of concern by reaching agreement to acquire veteran left tackle Duane Brown from the Houston Texans on Monday for cornerback Jeremy Lane and two draft picks.