Seattle coach Pete Carroll said the Seahawks emerged pretty healthy from their 23-15 win over the Saints Saturday.
The only significant injury, though, was a pretty critical one as receiver Percy Harvin was forced to leave in the second quarter with a concussion after having been evaluated for a concussion in the first quarter.
“The poor kid,” Carroll said. “He finally gets to play and he banged his head against the turf really hard. He was okay the first time, but the second one really rocked him. They’re treating him for the concussion thing so unfortunately he was just sick about the thought that he couldn’t go back out. He was battling, did a good job and gave us a little spark. … hopefully he’ll be able to make it back for next week.”
Carroll said there were no other injuries of note.