While the Seahawks’ pass rush has struggled to perform consistently through the first half of this season, the defensive line is starting to become healthier, which could lead to a very successful second-half surge.

After producing career-highs in solo tackles (15), quarterback pressures (15) and hits (five), sacks (4.0), and tackles for loss (three) during his sophomore campaign, the Seahawks were counting on defensive end Rasheem Green to assume a much larger role in 2020. Unfortunately, the third-year pro has yet to accomplish that feat, as a neck injury forced him to miss six of his team’s first eight games of the season.

“I was super stoked to get back because I was tired of being in the booth and watching the games on tv,” Green discussed. “I was really hyped to get back out there and just play football.”

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