The Seahawks will be without tight end Jimmy Graham for the rest of this season, and without running back Marshawn Lynch for a yet-to-be-determined amount of time, but both players did return to team headquarters this week to continue rebab following their respective surgeries.
"Much different situations, of course, but they're both back at," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. "Hopefully we can support these guys and get a chance to get them back as soon as possible.
Lynch, who had surgery on an abdominal injury two week ago in Philadelphia, is listed out for this week's game at Baltimore, but Carroll said it's still too soon for a timeline on his return beyond that.
"Marshawn is working out with us rehabbing," Carroll said. "He's in the program here to try to get back… We're still just kind of waiting. It's a day-to-day thing that really will be week-to-week. Not this week for sure. We'll see what happens next week."
Graham, who tore his patellar tendon in a Week 12 win over Pittsburgh and had knee surgery last week, is on injured reserve, but Carroll has said that the expectation is that Graham will be back for the start of next season.
"I just saw Jimmy this afternoon before we popped out here," Carroll said. "He's on the mend, obviously. He had a tough week or so getting started on the rehab and all, but everything's situated well, he feels pretty good he's finally back."
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