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September 6, 2013 at 9:50 AM

Carroll says Browner “questionable”

In a brief interview on KIRO this morning, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said cornerback Brandon Browner is questionable for Sunday’s game at Carolina. Browner was out of practice on Thursday with a hamstring injury that has crept up this week.

Carroll said they will have to “find out how he is” before further assessing his condition, surely referring to the team’s practice later today — Carroll will be available to all media following that workout.

Confirming what was on the team’s official injury report Thursday, he said defensive tackles Tony McDaniel and Brandon Mebane are “ready to go” and that ends Cliff Avril and Chris Clemons are “on the verge of getting back. … so we’re getting stronger.”

Carroll earlier in the week said Clemons would not play.

Avril was listed as a full participant in practice on Thursday in what has been his most extensive work of the season.

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