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Injury Updates From The Seahawks' Week 10 Loss To Tampa Bay

Receiver Dee Eskridge left Sunday’s game with a hand injury, but the Seahawks came out of the game pretty healthy otherwise.

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Dee Eskridge (1) runs the ball during an NFL football game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, November 13, 2022 in Munich, Germany. (Ben Liebenberg/NFL)

MUNICH—The Seahawks are heading into their bye relatively healthy, having come out of Sunday's game without many new injuries of note.

Only one player left the game and did not return, with receiver Dee Eskridge exiting the game after injuring his hand. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said that while Eskridge wasn't able to return to the game, he did not beak his hand.

"Dee got hit, got whacked on the hand," Carroll said. "Nothing broken. It blew up on him, so we couldn't get him back in the game."

Two other players briefly left the game but were able to return, guard Damien Lewis and linebacker Jordyn Brooks. Carroll did not have any information on Lewis, but said Brooks only came out due to cramps.

"Jordyn had cramps," Carroll said. "Just cramped up from a hydration issue. We were very fortunate coming out of the game."

Check out some of the best action shots from Seahawks vs. Buccaneers at Allianz Arena in Munich on November 13, 2022. Game action photos are presented by Washington's Lottery.

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