Seahawks Look To Improve Running Game

(Renton, WA) --  The Seahawks continue preparations for Sunday's game against NFC South-leading Atlanta.  Seattle has had to deal with numerous injuries in the offensive backfield, and is currently averaging only 93 yards per game in rushing offense.  Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell says the running game should improve as quarterback Russell Wilson gets healthier as he recovers from early-season ankle and knee injuries.  Bell says Wilson's threat as a runner makes the entire rushing game more effective.

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