Fri. Oct 23rd, 2020

Seahawks tight end Will Dissly already looking…

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Seahawks tight end Will Dissly already looking...


Seattle Seahawks tight end Will Dissly is likely headed to the injured reserve after suffering an Achilles injury Week 6 against the Cleveland Browns.

While the team has yet to officially make the roster move, Dissly is already looking ahead to next season.

“Yeah, we talked last night in the locker room,” coach Pete Carroll said Monday. “His attitude was incredible. He’s talking about 2020 already and ‘you can count on me’ and ‘I can’t wait to get working.’ Just an amazing attitude. It was the attitude that took him through the past rehab. You hate to get good at something like that, but he’s prepared to take this on.

“He’ll do a fantastic job and will beat all of the time frames that he’s faced with and will do a great job returning.”

Dissly also sat out the majority of his rookie season after tearing his patellar tendon last year in Arizona. After rehabbing all offseason, he was off to a stellar start in 2019. Dissly has another long road to recovery ahead of him.

“Unless something miraculous happens,” Carroll added. “We won’t close the door on miraculous.”

Seahawks TE Will Dissly already looking ahead to 2020 season

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