Robert Gallery and LeRoy Hill Injury Updates

In Monday Night’s game against the Rams, The Seahawks had two significant players leave the game due to injury in the final minutes. LG Robert Gallery and Weakside linebacker LeRoy hill. Today we learned that both are “day-to-day” and participated in this morning’s walkthough.

Gallery was actually injured in the 2nd quarter, suffering what Pete Carroll referred to as a “hip stringer.” He played thought the until the Seahawks final position, when he was pulled because the coaches believed there was no further reason for him to risk additional injury. At that time, Jariel King came in and played LT, and Paul McQuistan moved inside to LG.

LeRoy Hill injured his knee on game team’s final defensive play, and required help to leave the field. Reports after the game were that he was walking around on it fine, but that it was sore.

Both players are expected to play Sunday in Chicago against the Bears.

In other roster news, the Seahawks activated WR Ricardo Lockette from the practice squad, and placed CB Ron Packer on injured reserve. Parker was a special teams player, and Lockette will likely only play on special teams as well. Lockette is one of the fastest players in the NFL. He was a track star in college, winning the national 200-meters.

Topics: LeRoy Hill, NFL, Ricardo Lockette, Robert Gallery, Seahawks, Seattle Seahawks

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  • bomnom

    Yea after Atlanta winning tonight we really need those guys back, I honestly feel like we can win out, the 49ers being the only problem, but them coming into our house and being a division rival, plus them being banged up, I feel like we could take that game as long as Gallery and Hill are healthy, but at this point with Atlanta winning tonight our chances are very slim and honestly with us playing on the road the whole time in the playoffs I think staying lower in the draft and finding some defensive depth, offensive line depth, and of course a franchise qb. Except I really do not want to take a chance on qb in the draft, Tarvaris is good enough to win with next year, I was reading Mike Sando on the NFC west blog on espn.com talk about this. I would like to trade up for RG3, I feel like he has the long ball that would fit our team perfectly, let’s get our starter this year and then build around him, especially since I feel like RG3 would fit this offense perfectly what do you think?

  • Pedrohawk

    Yea after Atlanta winning tonight we really need those guys back, I honestly feel like we can win out, the 49ers being the only problem, but them coming into our house and being a division rival, plus them being banged up, I feel like we could take that game as long as Gallery and Hill are healthy, but at this point with Atlanta winning tonight our chances are very slim and honestly with us playing on the road the whole time in the playoffs I think staying lower in the draft and finding some defensive depth, offensive line depth, and of course a franchise qb. Except I really do not want to take a chance on qb in the draft, Tarvaris is good enough to win with next year, I was reading Mike Sando on the NFC west blog on espn.com talk about this. I would like to trade up for RG3, I feel like he has the long ball that would fit our team perfectly, let’s get our starter this year and then build around him, especially since I feel like RG3 would fit this offense perfectly what do you think?

  • Keith_12thMR

    @bomnom RG3 would be a great fit for this offense. His skill set matches up well with what Carroll and Bevell are doing. The problem is that, unless the Seahawks, start losing over the final three weeks, I don’t think they’ll have the draft ammo to move up far enough to get him. I think it’s much more likely that they sign Flynn or draft Tannehill or another non-first round QB (or both).

  • Keith_12thMR

    @bomnom RG3 would be a great fit for this offense. His skill set matches up well with what Carroll and Bevell are doing. The problem is that, unless the Seahawks, start losing over the final three weeks, I don’t think they’ll have the draft ammo to move up far enough to get him. I think it’s much more likely that they sign Flynn or draft Tannehill or another non-first round QB (or both).

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