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Pete Carroll Shares Injury Updates From 26-6 Win Over Detroit Lions

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll shared injury updates following Seattle's 26-6 victory over the Detroit Lions.

SEATTLE, Wash. —Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll shared the latest injury updates about his team following a 26-6 victory over the Detroit Lions in the NFC Wild Card round.

Fullback Marcel Reece was the only player to leave the game with a notable injury.

"We've got to see about Marcel," Carroll said in his postgame press conference. "Marcel might've banged his foot up a little bit tonight. That's all we're really reporting right now."

A few other Seahawks players sustained minor injuries during the game. Tight end Jimmy Graham left in the first quarter after absorbing a hard hit from Lions safety Tavon Wilson. Graham stayed on the sideline for a few plays, but returned shortly thereafter on the same drive.

"It was just a heck of a hit," Carroll said of the play on Graham, adding, "It knocked the wind out of him was all it was."

Additionally, Carroll noted that rookie running back Alex Collins is fine after he stayed on the ground following a tough hit in the fourth quarter, and that defensive end Frank Clark is good after getting hit in a "personal area."

Action photos from Wild Card weekend vs the Lions at CenturyLink Field.

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