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Topic - Aaron Curry
Three days ago Aaron Curry was a backup strongside linebacker in Seattle. Now he's preparing to start at the weak side for the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
The Oakland Raiders acquired linebacker Aaron Curry from the Seattle Seahawks, though it's unclear if the former first-round pick will play this weekend.
For a few hours Thursday morning, Aaron Curry didn't feel locked out.
Still in his blue practice pants, leg pads and cleats, Aaron Curry, the new husband and even newer father reached to his wife. Then he picked up their young son Maxwell.
Seahawks starting linebacker Aaron Curry will likely remain out until at least Thursday because of a concussion he sustained on the opening day of training camp last weekend.
"I'm coached by a coach who won't let (that)," Curry said of new linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr. "We don't know what it means to dial it back or calm down.
Curry says he never thought he'd had a concussion while starring at E.E. Smith High School in Fayetteville, N.C., or at Wake Forest.