The Seattle Seahawks are unlikely to be with veteran tight end Luke Willson on Sunday against the Philadelphia Eagles after he suffered a legit hamstring injury last week against the San Francisco 49ers. “Luke's working at it,” coach Pete Carroll reported on Monday. “It's going to take Luke a bit. I don't think he'll have a chance to make it back this week. So, we'll see what happens there.” Losing Willson is another big blow to Seattle's tight end group, which is already without Will Dissly who suffered a season-ending achilles injury in Week 5. The Seahawks have also been without Ed Dickson all year, as the veteran spent the second consecutive season on the injured reserve to begin the campaign.
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