The Seattle Seahawks’ Week 3 win over the Dallas Cowboys was not without losses. Over the course of the game, the Seahawks saw Jamal Adams, Damien Lewis, Mike Iupati (who would return), Jordyn Brooks, and Chris Carson all exit with injuries, while Ethan Pocic finished the game hurt.
Shortly after the conclusion of Seattle’s win, Pete Carroll provided updates on those players, as well as Lano Hill, Quinton Dunbar, and Neiko Thorpe, all of whom missed the game through injury.
Lewis, the first to bow out, was seen being carted off with his cleat off his foot. According to Carroll, Lewis suffered an ankle sprain but thankfully, the rookie’s x-rays came back negative.
Carroll says x-rays on Lewis were negative.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 28, 2020
Adams, meanwhile, suffered a groin strain which appeared obvious on the broadcast. Both Brooks and Carson suffered sprained knees, with Carson’s looking especially worrisome.
Carroll says Carson has a knee sprain. Adams a groin strain. Lewis a sprained ankle. Brooks a sprained knee. Not real sure yet if any are serious, he indicates.— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) September 28, 2020
Pete Carroll says RG Damien Lewis has an ankle sprain. X-rays negative.— Stacy Jo Rost (@StacyRost) September 28, 2020
Jamal Adams groin strain.
Chris Carson got his knee twisted: "he's got a sprain knee to some extent" but Carroll seems a bit unclear on that severity.
Thorpe, who entered the game questionable with a pessimistic outlook from Carroll, seemed certain to be out after Ryan Neal’s Saturday elevation. For Dunbar, however, it was a game-time decision to have him inactive. Hill, who was not on the injury report during the week, felt his back act up over the weekend.
Pete Carroll said Quinton Dunbar's knee acted up before the game. Lano Hill had a back situation come up over the weekend. #Seahawks— John Boyle (@johnpboyle) September 28, 2020
Seattle is 3-0, but not without cause for concern moving forward. While it appears the team avoided major injuries across the board, there will certainly be health statuses to monitor in the days to come.