Seahawks LT Duane Brown says he has ‘a lot to clean up’

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Seattle Seahawks left tackle Duane Brown has not had his best season in 2021. This is at least somewhat expected from a 36-year-old offensive tackle, as every player in the NFL eventually runs out of juice. Brown held out earlier this offseason in an attempt to land a new contract, but Seattle eventually reworked his current deal. He will become a free agent at the end of this season.

The 14-year veteran has been the Seahawks’ most reliable offensive lineman for years, but he has had a few noticeably shaky moments this season. This is not to say he has been terrible, but it seems like his prime has passed. Brown recently told reporters that he knows he has to improve and is determined to do so over the second half of the season.

With quarterback Russell Wilson returning from injury, the improvement of Brown and consistency from the rest of the offensive line will be more crucial than ever.

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