Jadeveon Clowney says there’s ‘no chance’ that he’s feeling the loss of Seahawks’ Week 17 games



Jadeveon Clowney comprehends the stakes related with Sunday’s down. With a success over the meeting 49ers, Clowney’s Seahawks would secure the NFC West division title and would have in any event one game during the forthcoming NFC end of the season games. With a misfortune, Seattle should dominate three season finisher matches on the off chance that it trusts at making it back to the Super Bowl just because since the 2014 season. For Clowney, who has missed the previous two games with this season’s cold virus just as his waiting center muscle damage, the stakes are too enormous for him to watch from the sideline.

“There’s no way I’m not playing,” Clowney said Thursday, by means of John Boyle of the Seahawks’ legitimate site. “I’m playing… I know the team needs me this week, and I need to be out there with them and do what I can do to help this team win against the 49ers this week, no matter what it is. So far, it’s been a great week of preparation getting ready for this team, and I’ve been able to be out there and prepare, get it going. It starts in practice, and if I can take it from there to the field, I’ll be all right.”

Clowney really supported his center muscle damage during Seattle’s Week 10 win over San Francisco, a game that saw Clowney earned NFC Defensive Player of the Week praises in the wake of recording a sack and constrained bobble just as restoring another mishandle for a score in Seattle’s 27-24 extra time triumph. The damage has kept on ruining Clowney, in any case, as the 6th year veteran has missed three games since a champion exertion against San Francisco.

“Everybody plays through injuries, and I’m just trying to be out there helping them as much as possible,” said Clowney, who added that missing the last two games did help improve his injury. “It’s a grind together. We’re all in this together, and I just want to be out there with my teammates.”

The Seahawks, after a period of close triumphs (eight of their successes have come in one-ownership games) are attempting to consistent the ship after last Sunday’s 14-point misfortune to the last spot Arizona Cardinals. Wounds may have just begun negatively affecting Seattle, with the group losing their main three running backs – Rashaad Penny, Chris Carson, and C.J. Prosise – over the previous month. While their list has absolutely endured a shot, Seattle is without a doubt trusting that the arrival of Clowney, alongside the ongoing procurement of Seahawks legend Marshawn Lynch, can give the Seahawks a revitalizing burst of energy heading into Week 17 and the up and coming postseason.

“He is highly motivated to do everything he can do in this game, he really is,” Seahawks lead trainer Pete Carroll as of late said of Lynch, a five-time Pro Bowl back who “He wants to do everything he could possibly do, and he wasn’t done. He got in the situation where he was injured and had rehab and all that, and it just didn’t fit together right away, but he’s not done playing, he wants to go, so this is his entree, and he’s going to go for it. He won’t hold back, he won’t hold back one bit. I’m looking forward to see what happens.”



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