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Originally published September 9, 2008 at 12:00 AM | Page modified September 10, 2008 at 12:00 AM

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Injury may end season for Hawks' Rob Sims

Seattle Seahawks right guard Rob Sims reportedly has a torn pectoral muscle, an injury that would end his season.

Seattle Times staff reporter

Right guard Rob Sims could have a torn pectoral muscle, which would end his season.

The injury was first reported by KJR radio Tuesday. The Seahawks neither confirmed nor denied the injury. It's believed the team is waiting for a final diagnosis. If Sims does have a torn pectoral muscle, he would be placed on injured reserve Wednesday.

Coach Mike Holmgren will address Sims' injury Wednesday. Floyd Womack would likely be the first option the Seahawks try at right guard. Second-year lineman Mansfield Wrotto also played right guard throughout training camp.

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