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September 19, 2013 at 11:41 AM

Report: Okung visiting noted doctor about toe

Looks  like the mystery of where Russell Okung is has been solved.

Jason LaConfora of CBSSports.com is reporting today that the Seahawks’ left tackle is visiting Dr. James Andrews this week to get a further evaluation of his injured toe (which reportedly is his left big toe).

Andrews is the noted sports doctor (here’s a recent ESPN profile) who memorably was on the Redskins’ sideline when Robert Griffin III hurt his knee against the Seahawks in the playoffs.

Certainly, this sounds a little ominous for the fate of the Seahawks’ star left tackle.

Seattle coach Pete Carroll is not scheduled to meet the media today, however, so it’s unlikely there will be anything official coming from the team today.

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