Seahawks coach Pete Carroll did his usual day-after-game appearance on Seattle Sports 710 AM, and during his conversation with Brock Huard and K.J. Wright, Carroll provided a few updates on injuries coming out of Thursday's loss to the 49ers.
While Carroll still did not have a timeline on receiver Tyler Lockett, he did give a little more detail on the nature of the injury, saying, "Just to help clarify, it's in his hand, not his finger, but it's on the index finger part of his hand. It's the first metacarpal. I don't have any update this morning, the conclusion is correct of what happened."
As for Jordyn Brooks, who left the game with a neck injury, Carroll said, "I don't know how long Jordyn will be out. He's nursing it here right now, we'll have to see how it goes. He's such a tough kid, if he can play he will."
Carroll said the hope is that nose tackle Al Woods, who missed the game with an Achilles injury, can make it back next week after the team gets a weekend off.
"We've got to make sure we get him some time," Carroll said. "These three days will be enormous for him, and he'll come roaring back, I think."
Woods' return would be all the more important given that his backup, Bryan Mone, suffered an ACL injury on Thursday night.
Carroll also added that running back Kenneth Walker III came out of the game fine after returning from the ankle injury that kept him out of last Sunday's game.
"He was good," Carroll said. "I was glad to see him go a little bit."
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