So far on Monday, the Seahawks have avoided major injury with their long list of players who exited Sunday’s win over the Cowboys. Chris Carson’s MRI showed a minor knee sprain and he could play next week, while Jordyn Brooks will miss just a couple of weeks with a sprained MCL. That good fortune continued when Pete Carroll, on 710 ESPN Seattle, provided updates on Jamal Adams and Damien Lewis on Monday.
On Lewis, who exited the game very early and was later seen being carted off, Carroll said the rookie avoided a high-ankle sprain and could play in Week 4. After the game, Lewis’s x-rays came back negative.
Adams, who looked to be in serious discomfort on the sideline after exiting with a groin injury, is day-to-day according to Carroll. While that certainly gives Adams a chance to play in Week 4, Seattle’s head coach added the safety was in a lot of discomfort.
Carroll said Adams' groin was really bothering him postgame and called him day-to-day. He said Damien Lewis may have a better chance to return right away than the others since he's an O-lineman and not a skill guy who's reliant on speed.— Brady Henderson (@BradyHenderson) September 28, 2020
As the week progresses, we will get a much better idea of Carson, Adams, and Lewis’s status for Week 4 as the Seahawks head to Miami to take on the Dolphins. For now, it appears the team avoided major injury.