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    Seahawks Release Defensive End Cliff Avril With Failed Physical Designation

    Cliff Avril’s tenure with the Seahawks unfortunately has come to an early end, with Seattle releasing the veteran defensive end Friday with a failed physical designation. Avril sustained a neck injury that ended his 2017 season after four games.
    Avril, 32, joined the Seahawks as a free-agent signing in 2013, signing a day before Michael Bennett in what would end up being a very significant two-day span in the team’s history. Over the next five seasons, Avril became one of top players on a defense that would lead the NFL in scoring defense and total defense in 2013 and 2014, and scoring defense again in 2015.
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    I'm saddened by this, but it was expected. He had a good career here and I feel that he will make the Ring of Honor. It sucks he couldn't finish his career the way he wanted to. I've met him a couple times and he is a good man. I hope the Hawks keep him around in some capacity, for he can be a valuable asset.
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    It feels like the Seahawks are imploding and will have a disastrous 2019 ... but ... their schedule is sooooooo easy, they could easily go 11-5 and make the playoffs! Crazy.
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