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The News Teller: Seahawks Smith hurt by MNF backup role, but excited for Lock

Title: Geno Smith Disappointed with Benching, Remains Hopeful for Titans Game as He Recovers from Injury

Subheading: Coach Carroll Optimistic about Smith’s Return, Running Back and Secondary Players Miss Practice

Seattle – The Seattle Seahawks’ backup quarterback, Geno Smith, expressed his disappointment after not being chosen as the starting quarterback against the Philadelphia Eagles last Sunday. However, he remains hopeful about the upcoming game against the Tennessee Titans, as he continues to recover from a groin injury.

Coach Pete Carroll has shown optimism about Smith’s return and revealed that the quarterback has been a full participant in practice. Smith’s injury limited his participation in practice last week, resulting in Drew Lock starting in his place against the Eagles. Despite not starting, Smith surprised the team with his remarkable performance during pregame warmups.

Carroll admitted to second-guessing his decision to not start Smith, but ultimately he followed the advice of the medical staff. Smith had a “gut-wrenching” conversation with Carroll about the decision, but he understands the importance of protecting his health.

In a show of support for Lock, Smith celebrated with him on the sideline after the winning touchdown against the Eagles. Smith described the win as a memorable moment and praised Lock’s exceptional performance. Smith’s sportsmanship and camaraderie reflect his professionalism and dedication to the team.

In other news, the Seahawks have faced setbacks in their preparations for the upcoming game. Running back Ken Walker III, cornerback Devon Witherspoon, and safety Jamal Adams have all failed to participate in practice for two consecutive days due to undisclosed reasons. Their absence could have an impact on the team’s defensive strategy against the Titans.

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Additionally, safety Julian Love, who filled in for Adams and had two interceptions in the game against the Eagles, missed practice as his wife is expected to give birth soon. Love’s absence may necessitate adjustments in the defensive secondary for the Seahawks.

As the Seahawks gear up for their next game against the Titans, fans eagerly anticipate the return of Geno Smith and the resolution of the sidelined players’ injuries. The team’s ability to adapt and overcome these challenges will undoubtedly be a determining factor in their performance on the field.

Stay tuned for more updates on “The News Teller” as we bring you the latest developments in the world of football.

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