Clinton McDonald DL TB 3 Months
McDonald (hamstring) is active for Sunday's matchup against the Packers.
McDonald hasn't suited up since Week 12, but had recorded sacks in three straight games prior to going down with the injury. He's been able to log decent tackle numbers when healthy, but it's unclear what his role will be Sunday following a three-game absence.
Clinton McDonald DL TB Dec 20 '79
Buccaneers sign DT Clinton Mcdonald for four years, $12 million.
It is quite a turnaround for a player released by the Seahawks during training camp last season. McDonald racked up 5.5 sacks and 42 tackles after being re-signed by Seattle after Week 1, and was superb during the Hawks Super Bowl run.
Clinton McDonald DL TB Jun 25 '79
Seahawks re-signed DT Clinton McDonald.
McDonald was released by the Seahawks during final cuts, but will be brought back to provide depth with DT Jordan Hill (biceps) ruled out for Week 2. Brandon Mebane (ankle) and Tony McDaniel (groin) are also dealing with injuries.
Clinton McDonald DL TB Jun 12 '79
Seahawks waived or released DT Clinton McDonald, WR Phil Bates, DT Michael Brooks, DT Dewayne Cherrington, WR Arceto Clark, TE Darren Fells and DB Winston Guy.
McDonald appeared in 14 games last season, making 25 tackles. Darren, the brother of Daniel, is a converted basketball player who has now been cut twice in three months.
Clinton McDonald DL TB Jan 11 '79
Seahawks re-signed exclusive rights free agent DT Clinton McDonald to a one-year contract.
The former seventh-round pick appeared in 14 games as a run stopper last season, playing 298 snaps. He'll return to a reserve role.
Clinton McDonald DL TB Jun 08 '77
Seahawks acquired DT Clinton McDonald from the Bengals in exchange for CB Kelly Jennings.
The Bengals got the better end of the deal in terms of talent, but McDonald has a much lower salary than Jennings and could contribute in a rotation. A seventh-round pick in 2009 out of Memphis, McDonald was enjoying his best training camp as a pro in Cincinnati. He'll slot in as a backup "3-technique" in Seattle with a realistic shot of making the final 53.