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Carroll says Michael Bennett’s knee OK, he should play Sunday

Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll told reporters Monday that tests on defensive end Michael Bennett’s knee showed no real damage and that he expects Bennett to be OK. Bennett was angry, to say the least, after taking a low block on the knee from Falcons tackle Jake Matthews during the third quarter of Sunday’s game. Bennett…
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