Seahawks: Leon Washington Is Working Hard Behind the Scenes

12th ManContributor IJune 17, 2010

Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com posted a nice article yesterday about Seahawks running back Leon Washington.

According to Farnsworth, Leon Washington is working harder than anyone behind the scenes, attempting to return following a horrific leg injury last fall.

It’s after practice that Washington gets down to work, rehabbing the broken right leg that ended his 2009 season and put his promising career not only on hold but in jeopardy.

“There’s a lot going on, it’s just unseen,” Washington said.

Like running up the berm that is adjacent to the outdoor practice fields. Like pushing his 5-foot-8, 203-pound body through a battery of tests and exercises in the indoor practice facility. But instead of everyone seeing his butt-busting efforts, only the eyes of a single trainer are trained on his every move.

“I’m working behind the scenes,” he said with a smile.

According to the rumor mill at ESPN.com, Leon Washington could have a positive impact on Seattle’s running game this year. Of course, that is, assuming he can return to the football field.

The folks over at ESPN.com believe that...

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