For Seattle Seahawks RB Robert Turbin Fitness not an issue

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As simple for what it’s worth to concentrate only on the arrival of Marshawn Lynch to the Seattle Seahawks – a conceivably storybook completion of their distinguished vocation – the group additionally marked another running back, Robert Turbin, on Monday.

“Turbo is in the house,” Pete Carroll joked at their Wednesday question and answer session.

“He’s all set.”

Turbin, as Lynch, has not seen the field since October of 2018.

Likewise like Lynch, Turbin was an individual from the Seahawks in the Super Bowl winning 2013 season, filling in as a difference in pace back behind Beast Mode theirself.

Turbin is required to come in and contend to be the group’s third down back, adequately supplanting C.J. Prosise.

The 30-year-old is viable in pass assurance and a not too bad recipient, despite the fact that they has not had a lot of accomplishment running the football in their profession.

In any case, Carroll expected to ensure their new (old) running backs were fit as a fiddle to deal with a game outstanding burden, and that was not even remotely an issue with Turbin.

“He looked fit,” Carroll proceeded.

“He’s constantly been such a stud. Solid. Brisk. Dangerous. He’s been taking a shot at it extremely hard. He looked fit.”

Turbin has consistently been known for their physical wellness, so no curve balls there.

How successful they can be in a restricted job on Sunday is not yet clear, yet Seattle will no uncertainty need their to help shield Russell Wilson from San Francisco’s solid protection on the off chance that they need to win the NFC West and get a main three seed in the end of the season games.

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