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It’s not like the Seattle Seahawks brought back Walter Jones or even Russell Okung, but after years of asking offensive line coach Tom Cable to put together an offensive line with the paper-clip and bubble gum MacGyver left behind, general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll are finally showing an interest in what has been the team’s Achilles’ heel during their current run as a Super Bowl contender.

Already, Luke Joeckel, the former No. 2 overall pick who never lived up to his pedigree in Jacksonville, was signed in the hopes of tapping into to the potential he once showed as an All-American at Texas A&M. Joining Joeckel in the Pacific Northwest is veteran Oday Aboushi, a former fifth-round pick of the New York Jets who spent the past two seasons in Houston.

The next move might be the biggest, however, best wholesale jerseys as the Seahawks kicked the tires on former All-Pro Ryan Clady on Friday.

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Clady, 30, was one of three linemen visiting the Pacific Northwest, along with Aboushi and Matt McCants, and remains on the market after starting eight games for the New York Jets last season before a torn rotator wholesale jerseys soccer cuff ended his season. Injuries have been a problem for the veteran in recent seasons, as he’s played an average of less than seven games over his past four campaigns (27) while missing 37 due to various bumps and bruises.

Clady is obviously on the downside of his career but, if deemed healthy, he would immediately settle down the line’s most important position and make it a little easier for Russell Wilson to sleep at night. A former star at Boise State, Clady was drafted by Denver with the 12th overall pick in 2008 and panned out with 4 Pro Bowl selections and 2 All-Pro honors.

27 AUG 2016: New York Jets tackle Ryan Clady (78) during the preseason game between the New York Jets and the New York Giants played at Met Life Stadium in East Rutherford,NJ.

Last season, the Seahawks tackles were former college basketball player George Fant and Garry Gilliam, who played tight end at Penn State. Fant held down the fort on Wilson’s blind side, while Gilliam manned the right tackle spot.

If Seattle pulls the trigger on Clady, he’s going to be the left tackle, with Joeckel likely settling in on the right side as Fant and Gilliam battle to be the gameday swing tackle. Absent Clady, Joeckel will likely get the first shot at left tackle with Fant settling in as the backup or flipping sides to push Gilliam.

That leaves the interior.


Perhaps the only given there as Cable attempts to figure out athletic jerseys wholesale the best five he could put in front of Wilson is center Justin Britt, who was serviceable at the pivot last season after earlier stints at tackle and guard were unsuccessful.

Aboushi is no world-beater but has at least started 18 NFL games and will bring competition to a unit that needs to improve dramatically if Seattle intends on cashing in again during its current championship window. He essentially split time with starting left guard Xavier Su’a-Filo in Houston last season, getting eight starts inside for what was a playoff team.

Mark Glowinski started at left guard for the Seahawks in 2016 on an abysmal offensive line. No one has been promised anything here, although penciling in Aboushi at left guard and moving Glowinski over to the right side seems like the logical progression. In that case, German Ifedi, last year’s right guard, will push for playing time on the right side at either guard or tackle.

It’s still not exactly the Dallas Cowboys or the Oakland Raiders up front but just as importantly, it’s not the 2016 Seahawks either.

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If you’ve ever watched J.J. Watt play football, then you’ve probably noticed that the three-time NFL Defensive Player of the Year is basically unstoppable when he’s on the field.

Unfortunately for Watt, going 100 percent on every play in every game for 16 weeks takes its toll on your body, and over the offseason, Watt found out just how bad that toll can be.

After the 2015 season ended, Watt underwent surgery and things got so bad during rehab that he actually thought he was going to have to retire.

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Just in case you lost track or didn’t hear, Watt played most of the 2015 season with a herniated disk and five fully or partially torn core muscles, including a tear in his groin muscle.

Those injuries led to an ugly surgery.

“A few of (the abdominal muscles) were fully off the bone,” Watt said. “A few of them were partial torn. That was pretty serious stuff.”

The defensive end was in so much pain after surgery that he couldn’t even get out of bed.

“There was a very low point there. It was tough. I was in a hotel room in Philadelphia for I think 10 days straight not being able to really walk or do anything,” Watt said. “There was definitely a tough point there buy jerseys wholesale.”

It wasn’t until February, almost three weeks after his surgery, that Watt knew for sure that he’d be able to return to football.

“One morning I woke up and all of a sudden, one thing I hadn’t been able to do since the surgery was lift my right leg straight up in the air. … And that morning I did it,” Watt said. “I called [Texans rehab coordinator Rolando Ramirez] right away and sent him a video and I was like, ‘Look.’ And so then I got up and tried some other stuff, and I actually did up-downs in the room, right there and I sent him a video of it. And I was like, dude, it worked.”

Of course, that wasn’t the end of the offseason pain for Watt. The defensive end also underwent back surgery in July.

Although there were reports that Watt might miss the Texans’ regular season opener, the man who’s never missed a game in his NFL career scoffs at that.

“There was never a doubt [that I would play],” Watt said. “Those guys were awesome in helping me and also awesome in being willing to have an aggressive approach. After a surgery, the rehab can go one of many ways, and these guys were willing to accept my aggressive style, and we did it in a smart fashion, but we did it in a way that we knew that this really wasn’t going to be an issue.”

If Watt says he can play, then he can play, and if he’s playing, then you know he’s going to give 100 percent on every play wholesale jerseys cheap. That sounds like bad news for Jay Cutler and the Bears offensive line.