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Pete Carroll Shares Injury Updates From Seattle Seahawks 38-10 Loss at Green Bay Packers

Running back Troymaine Pope was the team's lone injury to come out of Sunday's game against the Green Bay Packers.

The Seahawks came out of Sunday's 38-10 loss against Green Bay with just one injury to report, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said, with rookie running back Troymaine Pope, who had one carry for 12 yards against the Packers, re-injuring the ankle he hurt in the team's Week 11 win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

"Troymaine Pope re-injured his ankle," Carroll said postgame from Lambeau Field. "That's really the only that we see coming out, so we're fortunate in that regard."

Carroll didn't provide any information about how much time Pope may miss as a result, but Pope's initial injury forced him to miss the Seahawks' Week 12 loss against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers before he returned to face the Carolina Panthers, when he rushed eight times for 31 yards. 


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