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Pete Carroll Shares Injury Updates From 17-14 Loss To Washington Redskins

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll shared injury updates about Eddie Lacy, Earl Thomas and more following Sunday's 17-14 loss to the Washington Redskins.

SEATTLE, Wash. — Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll shared the following injury updates after his team lost a close 17-14 matchup against the Washington Redskins at CenturyLink Field:

  • Carroll said that Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy, who was ruled doubtful in the first half with a groin injury, sustained a strained groin. "I don't know how severe that is, I can't tell you," Carroll said after the game. The Seahawks have a quick turnaround this week and face Arizona on Thursday Night Football, and Carroll isn't if sure Lacy will be able to recover in time to play.
  • Seahawks fullback Tre Madden (calf), linebacker D.J. Alexander (ankle) and defensive end Marcus Smith (concussion) — who hit heads with linebacker K.J. Wright — all left Sunday's game with injuries and Carroll did not have any updates on the severities of them. He will likely share more tomorrow morning during his weekly interview on 710 ESPN Seattle, or later Monday afternoon when he meets with the media.
  • Defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson missed his first game with the Seahawks due to an oblique strain he suffered during the week of practice. Carroll said Richardson does have a chance to play Thursday and they'll find out soon if he will be able to. "We'll find out, it's a quick turnaround," Carroll said.
  • Carroll said the team isn't sure about Earl Thomas' status for Thursday and they won't know until later in the week. "I don't know about that yet," Carroll said. "We won't know until really right up until gametime."


Fan photos from the Seahawks' Week 9 game against the Washington Redskins at CenturyLink Field. 

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