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October 12, 2014 at 6:17 PM

Seahawks post-game injury report

Seattle had three injuries from the 30-23 loss to Dallas Sunday:

— Cornerback Byron Maxwell suffered a high ankle sprain and it’s unclear how long he will be out. “I think it’s a pretty good sprain,” said coach Pete Carroll. “I think it’s legit. He couldn’t get up on it.” Maxwell was hurt in the second quarter and did not return.

— Middle linebacker Bobby Wagner suffered a jammed big toe and left for a time in the second quarter but returned to play the second half. Carroll said “we’ll have to wait and see” if it’s something that will continue to be an issue. Wagner said the injury bothered him “a little bit” and that “I was in some pain but I try to play through it.”

— Carroll said CB Richard Sherman “had a little shoulder that bothered him at the end.

— S Kam Chancellor, who had been questionable to play with a strained hip, played the entire game. Said Carroll: “He was fine. He played. He was fine.”

 

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