October 19, 2021

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Chris Carson Injury: Seahawks RB suffers a knee sprain after Tristan Hill deliberately twisted his leg

Chris Carson Injury: Seahawks RB suffers a knee sprain after Tristan Hill deliberately twisted his leg

End of night update: Seahawks reporter Bob Condota Hearing from league source “Early indications show that Carson’s injury is significant.” Pete Carroll is more likely to be injured on Monday.

Post-Game Update: Pete Carroll told the media after the game that Carson suffered a knee sprain Reporter Brady Henderson. No additional details were available, but Carson could get an MRI on Monday to assess the injury.

End of game update: The Seahawks got the ball back briefly, but Russell Wilson took the knee to make the final run out of the clock. Carson did not return to the game but appeared on the bench Reporter Bob Condota. A good sign is that he did not immediately go to the locker room for X-rays.

UPDATE: Carson went to the blue medical tent after leaving the field. The Seahawks scored shortly after and there was no chance of getting the ball back in this game unless the Cowboys tied it up and forced overtime. If that doesn’t happen, we’ll have to see what Pete Carroll says after the game.

The Seattle Seahawks Are lagging behind Dallas Cowboys 3rd week in the fourth quarter, and they suffered a severe loss. Running backwards Chris Carson 3:03 Carried the ball for two yards at the mark and after the game he was down and in pain. The coaches came out to see him and he came off the field.

The video of the play shows Cowboys defender Tristen Hill putting too much force on Carson’s angle or knee.

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During injury, Carson There are 64 running yards and 12 receiving yards. Carlos Hyde His primary backup and Travis Homer Also get some work done.