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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Makes seven starts in 2023

    Brown recorded 34 tackles (29 solo), six pass breakups, two interceptions and a sack across 15 games during the 2023 regular season. Brown stayed mostly healthy in 2023 and made seven starts, as Brown, Mike Jackson and Artie Burns filled in behind Devon Witherspoon and Riq Woolen. The Seahawks may try to bolster their cornerback room this offseason, but Brown probably showed enough to hang onto a roster spot as he heads into the final year of his contract.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Able to suit up Week 16

    Brown (heel) is active for Sunday's contest against the Titans. Brown began Week 16 prep with a pair of limited practices, but his outlook improved when he was able to log a full practice Friday. He'll thus be able to play Sunday and should have a near every-down role with Devon Witherspoon (hip) inactive for a second straight game. Brown played every defensive snap last week against Philadelphia and tied a season high with six tackles.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Could play Week 16

    Brown (heel) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Titans, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Brown has been dealing with this heel injury over the last couple of weeks, and after logging a week of limited practice sessions, he's got a shot at suiting up Sunday. If the 26-year-old cornerback is unable to go in Week 16, expect Coby Bryant to see increased snaps in the Seahawks' secondary.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Practices in full Friday

    Brown (heel) was a full participant in Friday's practice, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Brown missed the Seahawks' Week 14 loss to the 49ers with a heel injury. He was limited in Thursday's practice but was able to upgrade to full Friday and is trending towards returning Monday against the Eagles.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Won't play Week 14

    Brown (heel) was ruled inactive for Sunday's game versus San Francisco. Brown missed back-to-back practices before participating in a limited fashion Friday, and he'll ultimately be forced to sit out for the first time since the Week 4 contest against the Giants. The third-year cornerback has seen significant playing time behind starters Devon Witherspoon and Riq Woolen this season, contributing 25 tackles, one sack and six passes defended, including two interceptions. Brown's next opportunity to play will come versus the Eagles on Monday, Dec. 18. Expect Coby Bryant and/or Chris Steele to see increased playing time behind Mike Jackson in Week 14.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Managing toe injury

    Brown was a limited participant in practice Wednesday due to a toe issue, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Brown logged 52 defensive snaps -- his most since Week 2 -- against Baltimore this past Sunday, but he appears to have come away with a toe injury. While his ability to practice in a limited fashion Wednesday bodes well for his chances of suiting up Sunday versus Washington, the seriousness of the issue should become clearer over the final two days of Week 10 prep. Brown has been a pleasant surprise on Seattle's defense this season, as he's forced two fumbles and picked off two passes -- one of which he returned for a touchdown -- over seven games.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Snags pick in loss

    Brown recorded one solo tackle, an interception and an additional pass deflection in Seattle's 17-13 loss to Cincinnati on Sunday. Brown missed the team's Week 4 win against the Giants with a concussion but was productive in his return to action. The 2021 fourth-round pick logged Seattle's only turnover Sunday and now has a team-high two interceptions on the season.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Remains unavailable for practice

    Brown (concussion) did not participate at the Seahawks' practice Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Brown was unavailable for the team's first practice of the week after suffering a concussion in Week 3 versus Carolina. The cornerback has an extra day to prepare prior to Seattle's Week 4 matchup with the Giants on Monday night and will look to at least progress to a limited practice Friday.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Stuffs stat sheet Sunday

    Brown returned an interception for a touchdown, forced a fumble and finished with four tackles (all solo), including a sack, in Sunday's Week 2 overtime win over Detroit. Brown forced a fumble that was recovered by Seattle in the second quarter, though the play didn't have much of an effect on the outcome since the clock had already run down on the half. However, Brown's impact in the fourth period was much more profound -- he sacked Jeff Goff in Lions territory on a first down midway through the quarter and intercepted the QB on the next play, returning the pick 40 yards for a touchdown to give the Seahawks a 31-21 lead. Brown has played over 75% of Seattle's defensive snaps in each of the first two weeks.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Makes preseason start

    Brown started at cornerback in Thursday's preseason win over the Vikings, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. We shouldn't read into this too much, as Riq Woolen (knee) and Devon Witherspoon (hamstring) both sat out. Brown made some impressive plays but also mistimed a jump in the second quarter to allow the Vikings' only touchdown. At this time, Brown looks like the odd man out of a starting job once Woolen and Witherspoon are healthy because Mike Jackson also appears ahead of Brown in the pecking order.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Comes down with illness

    Brown (illness) did not participate during practice Tuesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. While the severity of Brown's ailment is still unknown, it comes at a very inopportune time ahead of Thursday's game versus San Francisco. The 25-year-old will now have just one more practice to improve his status, or else he'll likely be in jeopardy of missing his first game since being activated from the PUP list in mid-November. Brown has logged four tackles while playing 17 of his 23 snaps on defense over the past three contests, so his potential absence doesn't figure to make much of an impact Week 15.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Rejoins active roster

    The Seahawks activated Brown (knee) from the reserve/PUP list Tuesday. Brown appears to be fully recovered from the season-ending patella tendon injury he suffered last November, and he'll now be included on Seattle's 53-man roster moving forward in 2022. The 2021 fourth-round pick logged 10 tackles to go along with one pass defended over five games during his rookie season. The Seahawks are on bye Week 11, so Brown will have to wait until a Nov. 27 matchup with the Raiders to make his 2022 debut.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Not ready for return

    Brown (knee) will not return to the active roster before Sunday's game with the Buccaneers, according to head coach Pete Carroll, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Brown was designated to return from the PUP list Oct. 26, but he's still not quite ready to compete. With the Seahawks on a bye Week 11, Brown will work to return in Week 12 against the Raiders.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Close to returning

    Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Brown (knee) is "really close" to returning, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Per John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site, Carroll said Brown has been able to sprint and cut, but the coach still estimated the cornerback is a couple weeks away from returning to practice. Brown remains on the reserve/PUP list while recovering from last year's surgery to repair a torn patella tendon.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Goes on PUP list

    Brown (knee) was placed on the active/PUP list Tuesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Brown was considered questionable for training camp after undergoing surgery in November. In his rookie season last year, he saw significant snaps in the five games in which he appeared, recording 10 tackles and a pass defensed. Once healthy, Brown figures to play a prominent role in the Seahawks secondary.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Undergoes successful surgery

    Brown (knee) has undergone season-ending surgery, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports. Brown suffered the injury in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals. The fourth-round rookie had come on as a significant contributor in the Seahawks' secondary over the previous four weeks. In his absence, Sidney Jones will likely step back into a larger role. Brown is expected to remain on crutches for six weeks before beginning a 6-to-7 month rehab program.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Questionable to return

    Brown (knee) is questionable to return Sunday against the Cardinals, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Brown exited in the first half Sunday. He missed time earlier this season with a knee injury, but returned several weeks ago and it's unknown if this is related. Brown will try to return in the second half, but in the mean time Bless Austin and John Reid are likely to see increased opportunity.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Officially activated

    Brown (knee) was activated from injured reserve Friday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Brown was cleared to return to practice in early October and will now be available to make his professional debut against the Steelers on Sunday. The 24-year-old will likely take on a depth role for Seattle.
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  • Seahawks' Tre Brown: Out for a couple weeks

    Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Brown (knee) will remain out for at least a couple more weeks, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. The fourth-round rookie was expected to compete for a major role in the Seahawks secondary this offseason, but his NFL debut will be delayed as he continues to deal with knee soreness.
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