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August 22, 2014 at 11:26 PM

Seahawks injury report

Here’s the initial injury report following Friday night’s games against the Bears:

— Coach Pete Carroll said linebacker Heath Farwell “did something to his groin” on the play in the fourth quarter where he stumbled in the end zone defending a pass.

— TE Cooper Helfet hurt his shoulder and knee and did not return.

— TE  Luke Willson was tested for a concussion but came back in.

— LB Brock Coyle hurt an ankle but came back in.

— SS Jeron Johnson had a sore foot but Carroll said “it didn’t seem to be too bad. We have to wait and see.”

— LT Russell Okung and C Max Unger each came out after two series but Carroll said that was because they were “gassed” and he decided to replace them at that point.

 

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