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Pete Carroll provides injury updates on Jordyn Brooks, Zach Charbonnet

Neither Seahawks player’s status for Week 14 against the 49ers is known.

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The Seattle Seahawks suffered a couple of key injuries in Thursday’s loss against the Dallas Cowboys.

Starting linebacker Jordyn Brooks left the game in the 2nd quarter with an ankle injury, with the team initially listing him as probable to return in the 2nd half. Once the X-rays came in, he was downgraded to doubtful and was out for the night, replaced by Devin Bush. Towards the end of the game, rookie running back Zach Charbonnet’s final touch of the night was the failed 4th-and-1 run. He left the game with a knee injury, and DeeJay Dallas filled in the rest of the way.

Pete Carroll provided updates on both players on Friday, and while the Charbonnet news seems reasonably optimistic, there’s still a big question mark concerning Brooks’ ankle sprain severity.

There’s a chance Kenneth Walker could be back in time for the San Francisco 49ers rematch, so the Seahawks can mitigate a potential loss of Charbonnet by having K9 returning. If Brooks has to miss time, then Devin Bush is next in line, and after him it’s Jon Rhattigan and Nick Bellore.