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Byline: Jerry Brewer
SEATTLE _ A blooper-reel season continues now with the Great Cornerback Outage of 2007.
The Seahawks' misfortune already has made us fixate on Shaun Alexander's left foot, on Matt Hasselbeck's right knee and on both sides of Jerramy Stevens' brain. It already has made us consult medical dictionaries about ailments to Robbie Tobeck and Bobby Engram. It already has helped the oft-injured Floyd "Porkchop" Womack set a new personal record for aches.
Now this. Three of the team's top four cornerbacks are injured as the playoffs begin. Unless Champ Bailey is available for rent, this is a problem.
What to do? Well, first of all, lighten up. Realize the Seahawks' injury rash is not uncommon, just unfortunate. Be thankful …