Seattle Offensive Lineman Could Miss Start of Season

A problem that plagued the Seahawks last year reared its ugly head once again.

According to 710 ESPN Seattle producer Liz Mathews, offensive tackle Ray Willis could miss the beginning of the regular season with a knee injury.

Willis started all 16 games last year for the Seahawks, something many of his teammates on the offensive line couldn’t lay claim to.  Injuries decimated the unit, leaving the team scrambling to fill holes.  Players signed off the street and the team’s practice squad toward the end of the season patched up an offensive line that let opposing defenses sack quarterback Matt Hasselbeck 44 times.

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