Here are a couple of injury updates from the Seattle locker room:
— Linebacker K.J. Wright broke a bone in his foot and will likely be sidelined six weeks, according to coach Pete Carroll. Wright said in the locker room that he plans to come back to play at some point this season. Six weeks might get Wright back for the NFC title game or Super Bowl if the Seahawks get that far;
— Center Max Unger has a pec muscle issue. Carroll did not give a prognosis on that;
— Safety Jeron Johnson hurt the hamstring other than the one on which he has had issues all season. No prognosis on that one, either.