The Seahawks had six players inactive for Sunday's game due to injury, and came out of the game with a few more injuries.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said three players, all on defense, sprained ankles in Sunday's loss to the Bills, though he didn't yet know the severity of those injuries.
"We did a couple ankles today. K.J. (Wright), D.J. Reed, and Bryan Mone had an ankle also… We don't know yet, let's just wait on those. But we do know we had three guys sprain ankles."
Defensive tackle Jarran Reed was tended to by athletic trainers at one point late in the game, but Carroll said that Reed, who had a career-high 2.5 sacks, was not on his injury list. Reed said "I'm fine" when asked about any potential injury.
While cornerback Quinton Dunbar did play Sunday, he was playing through a sore knee that made it a tough day for him, and eventually had to come out of the game with Linden Stephens taking over.
"He had a tough day," Carroll said. "He was playing on a sore knee, and eventually we had to take him out. He just was hobbling. He tried to suck it up and keep going, but we needed to get him out."
With Shaquill Griffin (hamstring/concussion) inactive, the Seahawks were already thin at the position.
"Under these circumstances, we needed (Dunbar) to play today," Carroll said. "We need to help him more. There was some stuff where he was by himself—we hung our guys out with things that we did, and it didn't work out for us… Dunbar sucked it up today in a way you probably don't recognize right now, because he looked like he was struggling; he was surviving a little bit more than we wanted to."
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