Sat. Oct 31st, 2020

Pete Carroll updated Seattle Seahawks injuries…

2 min read
Pete Carroll updated Seattle Seahawks injuries...


The Seattle Seahawks are hoping to get a few players back on the practice field before the Week 7 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.

Coach Pete Carroll provided a number of injury updates during his Monday afternoon press conference.

Left tackle Duane Brown (biceps):  Brown was inactive against the Browns as a result of a biceps injury he actually sustained Week 3.

“We’ll wait and see, he feels a lot better this week than he did,” Carroll said. “It’s a day to day thing for us right now. It’s a race to see if we can get him back. We thought it might be two weeks if it didn’t go quicker than that. We’ll see. If he doesn’t make it this week, he should be in great shape to come back next week.”

Right guard D.J. Fluker (hamstring): Fluker also sat out Sunday’s contest, still sore from the hamstring injury that forced him to leave the Rams game early.

“We’re day to day on Fluke,” Carroll stated. “He’s going to work out Monday, today, and tomorrow and we’ll just take him each day and see how he comes along and see if he can respond. We don’t know right now if he’ll make it or not.”

Running back Rashaad Penny (hamstring): Penny popped up on the injury report last week although he was a full participant in the practices.

“We’ll find out during the week,” Carroll said. “He finished up the week in pretty good shape. We wanted to make sure that he got through the week, and put it behind him, and the weekend, and here we go again. I think he’ll be going full speed Wednesday.”

Guard/center Ethan Pocic (back): Pocic was placed on the injured reserve last week but has a chance to return late in the season, Week 14 against the Rams.

“We wanted him back, but we wanted him back healthy,” Carroll explained. “He had a pretty serious injury that he was fighting back from. He was committed to playing through it, but he still had some soreness and still had some difficulties. We just thought it would be the best thing for him to get him well, and we could get him back in the second or third part of the season.”

The Seahawks have an off day Tuesday but return to the practice field Wednesday morning.


Pete Carroll updated Seahawks injuries heading into Week 7

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Social Share Buttons and Icons powered by Ultimatelysocial