Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday Bobby Wagner‘s ailing hamstring is as good as its been in weeks. “This is a good week for Bobby,” Carroll said. “He’s continued to see the light of day here on getting better so that’s a good sign. He’s working as much as he can today but this is the best he’s felt and that’s a good sign coming out of last week.” Wagner first showed up on the injury report following the team’s victory over the Houston Texans in late October. While it hasn’t forced him to miss a game entirely, it’s kept him from practicing for a significant portion of the second half of the season. “I have much respect for him, man,” fellow linebacker K.J. Wright said. “It’s not easy playing in this league with an injury and not being able to practice. His whole career, we’ve always practiced all the time and to not be able to get those reps and have to switch it up and get minimal reps, is really impressive.” The hamstring strain was exacerbated in a loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars that forced him to watch the second half from the sidelines.
Pete Carroll says Bobby Wagner “best he’s felt” with hamstring injury
Pro Football Talk | Dec 28