SANTA CLARA—Seahawks coach Pete Carroll opened his postgame press conference offering well wishes to 49ers quarterback Trey Lance, who suffered a season-ending ankle injury early in the game.
The Seahawks, meanwhile, were fortunate not to suffer any injuries that serious in their Week 2 loss to the 49ers, but two players did leave the game with injuries, defensive end Shelby Harris and guard Damien Lewis.
Both players came into the game dealing with injuries, Harris a back injury that limited his availability in practice during the week, and Lewis with an ankle injury that kept him out of the opener, but both left with different injuries.
Lewis, Carroll said, bruised his quadriceps muscle and was unable to come back into the game. Phil Haynes, who started in place of Lewis last week, took over at that spot again.
Harris, meanwhile, left with a hamstring injury.
"Shelby had a back thing going in, it was a hamstring that bothered him during the game early on," Carroll said.
The Seahawks played the game without nickel corner Justin Coleman, who injured his calf last week in practice. Rookie Coby Bryant played nickel in place of Coleman.
"He's got a calf that was not serious," Carroll said. "It was just too late in the week to recover. So we'll see by the end of the week, we'll see where we are. It'll be a fast turnaround if he can get back; he has a chance."
The Seahawks take on the San Francisco 49ers in Week 2 for their first road matchup of the 2022 Season.