‘I’m ready to rock man’ Seahawks safety Ryan Neal is ready to return after suffering an injury against the 49ers

Seahawks safety Ryan Neal will return to the field for Saturday’s wild card game against the 49ers. Neal missed the last three games with a knee injury, but he trained all week and was not reported as a miss on Saturday. Neal started in 10 of the 14 games he played before suffering an injury, and he finished the season with 66 tackles, a sack, an interception and a fumbled recovery.

Neal injured his knee in Seattle’s Week 13 win over the Rams and was able to play through two games, but the brief turnaround before Seattle’s Week 15 game against the 49ers meant the problem, which Carroll classified as bursitis, worsened and Neal forced himself to take a break.

Neal was back in training this week and couldn’t contain his excitement. “I’m (expletively) excited to get back on the field,” Neal said. “I’ve waited forever. It was (expletively) painful to see my boys go out there and have fun without me. Glad to be back man, just trying to find my way back.” When asked how he was feeling, Neal added, “(Shoot) I’m ready for the rock ‘n’ roll Man. Hell yes, I’m ready to rock and roll, ready to give it all I’ve got. We did it, so from now on all hands are on deck.”

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll further confirmed, “He’s back and ready to go. He’s been a really active part of what we do, a great spirit in what we do and I’m really happy he’s coming back. We’ll have a nice little rotation there at that point if he makes it to the end.”

https://www.sportszion.com/im-ready-to-rock-and-roll-man-seahawks-safety-ryan-neal-ready-to-return-from-injury-vs-49ers/ ‘I’m ready to rock man’ Seahawks safety Ryan Neal is ready to return after suffering an injury against the 49ers

Chris Estrada

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