Seahawks running back Travis Homer left Sunday's game with a rib injury and was unable to return, but on a positive note, his was the only injury reported by Pete Carroll following Seattle's Week 3 loss to Atlanta.
"The only guy that got banged up was Travis Homer," Carroll said. "He's got some bruised ribs it looks like. Not broke, but some complications with it. He got hit pretty good."
With Homer out, DeeJay Dallas took over third-down running back duties.
Receiver Tyler Lockett briefly left the game and was checked by trainers after taking a big hit, but was able to return to the game and finished with a team-high nine catches for 76 yards.
"He just got a little bit of a shoulder stinger kind of thing," Carroll said. "He felt it and just needed to take a break. He was fine. He played great again, he was everywhere. He did a great job for us."
The Seahawks take to Lumen Field for their second home game of the 2022 season against the Atlanta Falcons on September 25, 2022.