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November 16, 2014 at 2:31 PM

Unger has high ankle sprain, Carroll says team suffered no other injuries

Seattle Seahawks center Max Unger is loaded on to a cart after he was injured in a play against the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth quarter. (Photo by John Lok / The Seattle Times)

Seattle Seahawks center Max Unger is loaded on to a cart after he was injured in a play against the Kansas City Chiefs in the fourth quarter. (Photo by John Lok / The Seattle Times)

There appeared to be just one injury of note from Seattle’s 24-20 loss to the Chiefs today, center Max Unger going out with what coach Pete Carroll said was a high ankle sprain as well as a twisted knee.

Carroll did not give a prognosis on Unger but a high ankle sprain typically can take a while to recover from. The general vibe seemed to be that Unger will be out for a while.

Carroll said there were no other injuries

While TE Luke Willson was not in much at the end, Carroll said he was not hurt.

Carroll also said there was no new injury to Marshawn Lynch.

There was a TV report that Lynch was questionable at halftime with a knee injury. However, that apparently was the result of miscommunication with FOX hearing a report DE Demarcus D0bbs and thinking it was about Lynch (Dobbs returned to play in the second half).

Carroll said there was never a thought that Lynch would not return.

Carroll also confirmed that Lynch did not go into the locker room at halftime. Carroll said Lynch — who he described as being “banged up” — simply “thought it would be better for him to stay out.”

 

 

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