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Time for starters to get look as Hawks host Bears

RENTON, Wash. (AP) All James Carpenter wanted was to be able to run. That seems an odd wish coming from a 6-foot-5, 321-pound offensive lineman.

For each offseason during his brief NFL career since becoming a first-round pick by the Seattle Seahawks in 2011, Carpenter was undergoing or recovering from some surgery. So when the 2014 offseason arrived and Carpenter wasn't in recovery mode, running was a joy.

"This time I was really able to run and I was excited about doing it," Carpenter said.

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Leaders
Pass Yds: R. Wilson3357
Pass TDs: R. Wilson26
Rush Yds: M. Lynch1257
Rush TDs: M. Lynch12
Rec Yds: G. Tate898
Rec TDs: D. Baldwin5
Int: R. Sherman8
Sacks: M. Bennett8.5
Offense (Rank)
Yards: 5424 (18)
Passing Yards: 3236 (26)
Rushing Yards: 2188 (4)
Points per game: 26.1 (9)
Yards per game: 339.0 (18)
Touchdowns: 41 (13)
Field Goals: 33 (8)
Defense (Rank)
Yards: 4378 (1)
Passing Yards: 2752 (1)
Rushing Yards: 1626 (8)
Points per game: 14.4 (1)
Yards per game: 273.6 (1)
Touchdowns: 20 (1)
Field Goals: 26 (15)
Transactions
Date Player Transactions
8/11 M. Taylor Placed on IR undisclosed
8/10 T. Wolfe signed
8/9 D. Bailey cut
8/9 D. Bailey Taken off IR undisclosed
8/6 T. Wolfe cut
8/6 M. Dobson signed
8/6 D. Bailey Placed on IR undisclosed
8/5 T. Wolfe signed
8/4 B. Denmark cut
8/4 R. Johnson cut
Injuries
Date Player Status
8/11 M. Taylor undisclosed (IR)
8/6 D. Bailey undisclosed (IR)
8/1 J. Williams undisclosed (IR)
7/31 A. McCoy torn left Achilles (IR)
7/29 T. Price undisclosed (IR)
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