The Seattle Seahawks lost to the Los Angeles Rams by a score of 9-3 on Sunday with the offense looking rather terrible, but for better (or worse) it appears they didn’t suffer any serious injuries in the 90-degree heat.
Head coach Pete Carroll noted that Thomas Rawls, who exited the game and did not return had a leg contusion but x-rays were negative. Meanwhile, Tyler Lockett left the game with a knee injury but was able to return in the fourth quarter, catching a long pass that nearly went for a touchdown that may have won the Seahawks the game, but was tackled by a foot by Rams corner Troy Hill. It sounds like both players are going to be okay, but will monitor in practice this week.
Quarterback Russell Wilson played the entire game and Carroll noted that he was clearly a bit “limited” with his high ankle sprain, but it doesn’t seem like the injury got any worse, nor that Wilson suffered any other injuries on Sunday. He finished 22-of-35 for 254 yards, with five carries for 14 yards.
Jimmy Graham (knee) caught 3-of-4 targets for 42 yards. J’Marcus Webb (ankle) ended up playing the whole game, though nobody on the offensive line can be too proud of their performance this week.
Seattle hosts the 1-1 San Francisco 49ers next Sunday afternoon.