Updated Sep 7, 2013 - 3:16 pm
Browner's injury will test Seahawks' cornerback depth
By Brady Henderson
When the Seahawks open the 2013 season against the Panthers on Sunday, they might not have a player who was as important as anyone in their road win over Carolina last year.
Cornerback Brandon Browner recovered a fumble that he forced to set up the go-ahead score and made a touchdown-saving tackle near the goal line in that Week 5 win – key plays in a game that was decided by four points.
Browner is listed a questionable due to a hamstring injury that kept him from practicing Thursday. In the video below, Bob Stelton and Dave Grosby discuss what Browner's absence would mean for the Seahawks.
You can listen to Friday's show here.
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