K.J. Wright, D.J. Reed, and Bryan Mone all came out of Buffalo with ankle injuries. Speaking to media on Monday, however, Carroll said just Mone’s is of note. Per Carroll, the second-year nose tackle suffered a high ankle sprain.
While a timeline wasn’t provided, it seems likely the injury keeps him out of the lineup in the short-term. Should that happen, it will open the door for Damon “Snacks” Harrison to debut for Seattle.
With Bryan Mone battling a high ankle sprain, Carroll says Damon "Snacks" Harrison would be the next man up for this week if he can't play.— Ben Arthur (@benyarthur) November 9, 2020
In addition to the three ankle injuries suffered against the Bills, Carroll also provided updates on a handful of other players. Tailbacks Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde are expected to practice in some capacity this week, with a chance to play against the Rams. It’s a similar situation for Ugo Amadi and Shaquill Griffin, though Griffin’s hamstring continues to limit him.
Carroll said DB Ugo Amadi will try to practice on Wednesday but it sounds like CB Shaquill Griffin is further behind. Both have hamstring injuries and Griffin has been in concussion protocol on top of that.— Brady Henderson (@BradyHenderson) November 9, 2020
Finally, asked about the status of Rashaad Penny and Darrell Taylor, Carroll said there is still no timeframe on a return to practice, however, the pair have upped their rehab work.
Carroll said RB Rashaad Penny (PUP) and DE Darrell Taylor (NFI) continue to make progress and are now running and working on change of direction, but still no timetable on when either will begin practicing.— Brady Henderson (@BradyHenderson) November 9, 2020
So, while it will be touch and go for members of the Seahawks’ backfield and secondary this week, it appears as though Snacks Harrison will be ready to make his debut.