Following the Seattle Seahawks' 6-6 tie against the Arizona Cardinals, head coach Pete Carroll shared the latest injury updates about his team.
The biggest injury from Sunday's game was on the offensive line. Left tackle Bradley Sowell left the game and did not return after being attended to on the sidelines by Seahawks trainers.
"He sprained his knee," Carroll said regarding Sowell in his postgame press conference. "He's got an MCL sprain. I don't know how serious it is, but he's hobbling a little bit right now."
The Seahawks replaced Sowell with rookie George Fant the rest of the way.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson didn't leave the NFC West matchup with any new injuries, but Carroll was asked if the ankle and knee sprains he suffered earlier this season are still limiting his play on the field.
"It's a factor, but he played his heart out," Carroll said. "I don't know how much harder you can ask a guy to play.
"I'm amazed that he's done what he's done in the early part of the season and he's getting better."
Wilson went 27 of 37 and passed for 225 yards with no touchdowns or interceptions against the Cardinals. On the ground, he ran just once for minus-2 yards.
"I feel fine," Wilson said. "You guys keep asking me (about it) ... I feel great honestly. There's times where there's some games I run, scramble and make a play. Sometimes I don't and that's (regardless) if I'm healthy or not."
Lastly, Carroll noted that Richard Sherman, Bobby Wagner, K.J. Wright and others needed to miss a few snaps during the game due to issues with heat.
"Right now, Sherm (Richard Sherman), Bobby (Wagner), and K.J. (Wright) and some guys were really gassed … they're working really hard taking care of those guys right now." Carroll said.
Game action photos from the Seahawks' 6-6 tie against the Arizona Cardinals at University of Phoenix Stadium.