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Injury Update: Seahawks Linebacker Bruce Irvin Sprains MCL vs Arizona Cardinals

Pete Carroll updates the status of linebacker Bruce Irvin and wide receivers Paul Richardson and Tyler Lockett after the Seahawks' 39-32 loss to the Arizona Cardinals.

SEATTLE - Three Seahawks players were injured in Sunday night's 39-32 loss to the Arizona Cardinals at CenturyLink Field - linebacker Bruce Irvin, wide receiver Paul Richardson, and wide receiver Tyler Lockett - and Seattle coach Pete Carroll provided a brief update on each after the game.

Irvin, who did not return after hurting his knee on the same play that saw Bobby Wagner return a K.J. Wright forced fumble for a touchdown, suffered an MCL sprain.

"Bruce has a sprained knee, an MCL sprain," Carroll said. "We'll see what that means."

Richardson, who had a 40-yard catch in his first game since being activated off the team's physically unable to perform list this past Saturday, exited with a hamstring injury and was questionable to return.

"Paul might have pulled his hamstring," Carroll said.

And Lockett, who came off the field following a fourth-quarter kick return, came out of the game fine.

"Tyler's OK," Carroll said. "He had a sore ankle."

For the Cardinals, offensive lineman Mike Iupati, who left the field in an ambulance after taking a hit to the head, was back in the Arizona locker room after the game.

"More than the win, the best news is that Mike Iupati is back in the locker room," Cardinals head coach Bruce Arians said after the game. "He's fine. He is OK and good to go, so that was the best news." 

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