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October 19, 2014 at 2:28 PM

Seahawks injury report: Fullback Derrick Coleman breaks foot

The Seahawks suffered two significant injuries in St. Louis Sunday.

One happened before the game when fullback Derrick Coleman broke his foot during pre-game warmups. Coach Pete Carroll said Coleman simply took a wrong step and suffered the break. There was no prognosis, but that sounds like an injury that would keep him out a while.

Seattle had planned to use the fullback a lot in the game and the Seahawks had to adjust by using Robert Turbin at fullback.

Also, cornerback Tharold Simon suffered a sprained ankle. He did not return after suffering the sprain in the first half. It’s unclear how long he will be out.

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