The Seahawks beat the Panthers yesterday. improving to 2-1 on the season. However, they did not come out of Lumen Field unscathed. Several more players went down during Sunday’s win, adding to what was already a long list of players dealing with injuries.
After the game was over, head coach Pete Carroll gave updates on a few of them. Here’s what we learned from Carroll as well as what we know coming out of Week 3.
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SS Jamal Adams (quad)
First, an update on the injury king. Carroll told reporters that Jamal Adams will definitely play in next week’s Monday Night Football matchup against the Giants. Adams was one of seven inactives for Sunday’s game and hasn’t played since the first quarter of the 2022 season.
OLB Darrell Taylor (leg)
Among the list of in-game injuries was edge rusher Darrell Taylor. Carroll says Taylor got kicked in the shin, which aggravated an old injury and forced him to the sidelines. Rookie Derick Hall was the next man up in the OLB rotation.
DE Dre’Mont Jones (hip)
The team’s big-ticket free agent item also suffered an injury. Apparently Dre’Mont Jones felt his “hip tighten up” according to Carroll, which was also the result of an old injury being aggravated.
LG Damien Lewis
Seattle’s starting left guard Damien Lewis was also listed as questionable to return at one point with a hand injury. However, he did eventually get back on the field. While he was out Ben Brown took his place at left guard.
CB Tre Brown (concussion)
The worst injury happened to Week 2 hero, cornerback Tre Brown. He was seemingly knocked out during a tackle attempt in the first half. Not long after, he was ruled out with a concussion. Mike Jackson took over at right cornerback and played well, another sign of the team’s incredible CB depth.
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