Following the Seattle Seahawks' 24-7 victory over the New York Giants, head coach Pete Carroll shared the following injury updates about his team:
- Seahawks running back C.J. Prosise, who missed the last two games due to an ankle injury, left Sunday's game with an ankle sprain which occurred on his first offensive snap that came in pass-protection. "First play he tweaked his ankle," Carroll said postgame. "We expected him to play and be a part of it. He had a good solid week but obviously it (his ankle) wasn't quite ready – it happened in pass-protection I believe. We'll try to get him back."
- Besides Prosise, Carroll said there wasn't anything serious on the injury front for the Seahawks. Center Justin Britt and Tyler Lockett were shaken up during the game and missed a few plays but both eventually returned a few plays later. Carroll said players who got minor nicks should be in good shape. "All the other guys that got nicked during the game came back and played, so we might've came out OK," Carroll said. "We've got to wait and see the next couple of days, but nothing serious."
Fan photos from the Seahawks' Week 7 road game against the New York Giants.