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鈥?The Seattle Seahawks will not face any suspensions for the melee that broke out at the conclusion of Sunday’s loss to Jacksonville.It’s the only upside for Seattle to come from the ugly [url=http://www.dallascowboysteamonline.com/dan-bailey-jersey]Dan Bailey Cowboys Jersey[/url] , unflattering conclusion to the loss which will certainly result in hefty fines and another tarnished moment where the Seahawks showed they don’t handle losing very well.“Everybody is remorseful,” Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Monday. “We don’t want to play like that. We don’t want to look like that ever.”The league is still reviewing the fracas that broke out in the closing moments of Jacksonville’s 30-24 victory for potential discipline, but no suspensions will be coming.Michael Bennett, Sheldon Richardson and Quinton Jefferson were all flagged for personal fouls. Jefferson and Richardson were both ejected, and all three will be expecting letters from the league for their involvement in the ugly conclusion.Jefferson’s reaction was the most egregious as the defensive tackle attempted to climb into the stands after fans threw what appeared to be bottles at him as he was leaving the field. He was pulled back by team staff.“That was wrong. He was wrong. I’ve talked to him about it,” Carroll said. “Professional athletes, people can say whatever they want to say and that’s kind of what comes along with it. You have to be able to deal with it professionally. He lost it. He feels terrible about it. It’s not the kind of kid he is. He emotionally got overrun and he lost it. Fortunately people restrained him and all that.”The Jaguars issued a statement Monday they were reviewing video and were conducting interviews with spectators and security staff in the area to identify those involved. The Jaguars said they had identified four individuals throwing five objects and those involved may lose the right to purchase future tickets or have their season tickets revoked.But that doesn’t excuse Seattle’s behavior in the closing moments and a continued pattern over several seasons where the Seahawks have turned end-of-game or end-of-half situations into skirmishes.The most famous came in Seattle’s Super Bowl loss to New England when Bennett was involved in a scuffle in the closing seconds after Malcolm Butler’s goal-line interception secured the victory for the Patriots.But there have been others in games against Green Bay, Atlanta and Tennessee in the past couple of seasons.What exasperated Sunday’s situation was Bennett continuing to hold the leg of center Brandon Linder after the initial swipe and setting off the first series of fights that ended in Richardson being ejected. Carroll said Bennett has been told to stop trying to swipe the ball from the center going forward.“That’s something he’s tried before. That’s why he’s way down on the ground like that. He’s trying to time it up and hit it [url=http://www.cincinnatibengalsteamonline.com/vontaze-burfict-jersey]Vontaze Burfict Bengals Jersey[/url] , trying to get the ball back,” Carroll said.“So he winds up underneath the pile and stuff, and the stuff that happened after that was wrong. He was trying to get the ball. But after that, that got messy.”The fallout from Sunday went beyond the impression the Seahawks left. Starting linebackers Bobby Wagner (hamstring) and K.J. Wright (concussion) both left the game in the second half and did not return.Wagner could be the more serious as Carroll said they won’t know the status of the potential defensive player of the year candidate until Saturday or Sunday. Wagner has been playing through a hamstring strain for weeks but aggravated the injury against the Jaguars.Wright is in the concussion protocol, but Carroll said he was feeling better on Monday and was hopeful he’d be cleared.“His impact couldn’t be any more obvious and we’re going to have to shore it up if he can’t go,” Carroll said of Wagner.NOTES: Carroll and GM John Schneider met with injured rookie DT Malik McDowell on Monday following his arrest for disorderly conduct over the weekend in Atlanta. McDowell issued an apology on social media. “We’re going to work to help him in every way we can. We’ve already talked about that,” Carroll said. “Let’s hope this isn’t an indicator of things to come.” … Seattle had zero sacks of Jacksonville’s Blake Bortles. It was the second time this season Seattle failed to get a sack, both losses. Michael Conforto showed signs of ending a prolonged slump [url=http://www.chicagobearsteamonline.com/jordan-howard-jersey]Jordan Howard Jersey[/url] , and the New York Mets got some much-needed offense for a rare win Saturday night.
Conforto homered for the second time in three games and drove in a career high four runs, Steven Matz pitched effectively into the seventh inning and the Mets beat the Arizona Diamondbacks 5-1.
Conforto lined a three-run homer in the second inning, and that was all the support Matz needed against one of baseball’s hottest teams. Matz (3-4) allowed a run, six hits and a walk with three strikeouts over 6 2/3 innings.
”Trying to stay behind it a little bit, that’s the best way I can explain it,” said Conforto, who was 2 for 29 over his last nine games. ”It’s something that I’ve been through before.”
The Mets ended a four-game losing streak and have won just two of their last 14 games. The Diamondbacks lost for just the second time in nine games.
”Doing some things that we’d been talking about as far as basic baseball I think is big for us,” Conforto said. ”We know we’re better players than the product has been.”
New York made it 4-0 in the third when Amed Rosario led off with a double and scored on starter Patrick Corbin’s wild pitch. The Mets had scored three or fewer runs in 11 straight games.
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”You give up three quick runs the way Matz was throwing, it was a little too much for us to play some catch-up,” Diamondbacks manager Torey Lovullo said.
Corbin (6-3) surrendered five runs and eight hits in six innings with seven strikeouts.
”Take a way a couple of pitches there, I think it could have been decent,” Corbin said. ”They just did a good job, made it tough. I got the pitch count up there a little bit and they made me work.”
The Diamondbacks made it 5-1 in the sixth with Nick Ahmed’s double and Paul Goldschmidt’s RBI groundout.
Arizona loaded the bases in the seventh against Matz and reliever Robert Gsellman, who rode onto the field in the Diamondbacks’ new bullpen cart. Gsellman got Ahmed to ground into an inning-ending fielder’s choice.
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The Mets’ Anthony Swarzak struck out the side in the ninth to end it.
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Most of the right field seats at Chase Field on Saturday night were taken up by hundreds of chanting Mets fans in blue shirts representing a group called the Seven Line Army. It bills itself on Twitter as ”the largest traveling supporter section in baseball history.”
The group went crazy as Conforto’s home run sailed into its area, and roared again when Conforto took his position in center field and waved before the start of the bottom of the second.
The fans serenaded Mets pinch hitter Jose Reyes with a soccer-style cheer in the ninth while he was at bat.
Mets: Reliever Jeurys Familia is with the team in Arizona and is eligible to come off the disabled list Sunday. He’s been out with a sore right shoulder since June 7. Mets manager Mickey Callaway said he ”wouldn’t be afraid” to go to Familia in the eighth or ninth inning right away. … OF Jay Bruce is expected to be in Sunday’s lineup after missing the past three games with a sore back. … RHP Noah Syndergaard (right index finger) is moving closer to starting a throwing program.
Diamondbacks: RHP Shelby Miller (Tommy John surgery rehab) made a strong start for Class A Visalia on Saturday night, allowing three hits in 6 2/3 innings with 10 strikeouts. … LHP Robbie Ray (oblique) will throw up to 70 pitches Tuesday for Triple-A Reno. … RHP Randall Delgado (oblique) is set for one inning of work for Reno on Sunday.
Mets: RHP Zack Wheeler (2-5) is set for his fourth career start at Chase Field. He has 1.93 ERA in three previous starts.
Diamondbacks: RHP Clay Buchholz (1-1) faces the Mets. He has allowed two runs or fewer in four of his five starts this season.
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