The Seahawks had a few new injury situations crop up in their Sunday morning loss to the Bengals, with Jordan Hill and Bobby Wagner both missing time during the game.
Wagner left briefly with what the team called a strained pectoral muscle, and Pete Carroll didn't know what that meant going forward. "He finished the game," Carroll said. "He's sore, but he finished the game."
Carroll didn't know the extent of Hill's injury -- a quad strain -- either, and couldn't provide a timeline. Hopefully it's nothing too major. UPDATE: Carroll said this morning that Hill will be out "for a bit" so take a guess as to what that means. I'd venture at least one game will be missed.
Seattle's been banged up lately. They came into this game having just placed Tharold Simon on the Injured Reserve and were without the services of Marshawn Lynch, Marcus Burley, Kevin Pierre-Louis, Demarcus Dobbs, and Tye Smith, due to various injuries, and running back Fred Jackson played but may have been limited by an ankle sprain.
Seattle will look to get healthy this week as they return home to face the Panthers.