According to the News Tribune, Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril didn’t participate in today’s organized team activity because of a plantar fascia issue in his foot.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says Avril injured his foot four weeks and was asked if it’s serious.
“Well, it hurts,” joked Carroll. “You could ask him about it. The plantar fascia thing is a real uncomfortable thing. You just have to wait it out.
“It’s something that you can come back from. It’s not a problem. But you just have to wait it out. He’s real anxious to go, and he’s doing very well in his rehab. And he runs some this week for the first time. So it will take another couple weeks at least.”