Seattle Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung reportedly has a torn labrum in his shoulder that was sustained during Week 3. 

By SI Wire
October 13, 2014

Seattle Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung has a torn labrum in his shoulder, reports Seattle's FOX Q13

The injury was reportedly sustained during the Seahawks' Week 3 win over the Denver Broncos. Okung has started both of Seattle's games since then and is attempting to play through the pain, according to the report. 

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Okung started eight games for the Super Bowl-winning Seahawks last season, spending half the season on injured reserve with a torn ligament in his toe.  

In 2012, Okung was named to the Pro Bowl after starting a career-high 15 games for Seattle. His 2011 season was cut short due to a torn right pectoral muscle and he sprained both ankles in 2010, missing six games. 

Seattle drafted Okung with the sixth-overall pick in the 2010 NFL Draft after he spent three years at Oklahoma State.​

The Seahawks are also dealing with injuries to starting center Max Unger, who missed Sunday's game with a sprained foot, and tight end Zach Miller, who remains out after having ankle surgery. 

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The Seahawks are 3-2 this season after losing to Dallas on Sunday. It was only Seattle's second loss at home since 2011. 

Seattle plays the Rams in St. Louis in Week 6. 

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