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Seahawks Get Through Game at Green Bay "Very Healthy"

Free safety Steven Terrell (hip flexor) was the team's one injury to come out of Week 2 at Lambeau Field.

A silver lining to Seattle's 27-17 loss to the Packers in Green Bay? The Seahawks got through the game "very healthy." That was the word from head coach Pete Carroll after the Sunday Night Football meeting between the two teams. 

"We're very fortunate that we got through again very healthy and we just need to clean up our game and get right and hopefully we can do that and get started," Carroll said after Seattle's setback, its second straight to open 2015. "Both these games are difficult to take because we could have won both of them."

Steven Terrell was the one player Carroll called out in his postgame press conference when the injury situation was brought up, with the Seahawks free safety suffering a hip flexor injury. 

Defensive end Michael Bennett, who missed a few plays after going to the locker room to have his toe taped up, came out of the game OK according to Carroll. J.R. Sweezy left the game for a brief moment in the second half with an undisclosed injury, but Carroll said the right guard finished the game "fine."

Photos from the 27-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday Night Football.

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