Seahawks’ Chris Carson not expected to miss much time, could be back for Miami


As injuries continue to pile up all over the league, Seattle Seahawks fans can take one big sigh of relief that one important player in the run game won’t miss much time on the field.

Running back Chris Carson was injured when Cowboys DT Trysten Hill intentionally gator-rolled Carsons’ knee late after a tackle.

Decipher the footage and be the judge for yourself on this matter:  

The injury itself looks pretty bad, but thankfully the news on Carson Monday morning was much better than what anyone was expecting.

As reported by Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, an MRI confirmed that Carson only suffered a knee sprain and that all of his ligaments are intact. 

He could have a chance of making it back for this week’s game at Miami if all goes well.

Carson is lucky the knee sprain didn’t turn into something much worse, as the footage looks more graphic in slow motion.

Teammates, such as K.J. Wright and Quandre Diggs as well as head coach Pete Carroll, think Hill deserves some type of punishment for the ‘dumb, malicious' gator-roll on Carson.

Well, league offices agree that Hill's actions deserve some type of fine, and per NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, Hill will most likely be fined. But no suspension is expected.


The number of players who left the game with injuries is lengthy, including Jamal AdamsMike IupatiDamien Lewis, and Jordyn Brooks

With the news that Carson could be back sooner than expected, Seahawks fans can take a breather and know that the running game isn’t lost for the remainder of the year, as Carson has been a huge impact in the backfield.

A speedy recovery to Carson and the rest of the Seahawks who are banged up after Sunday’s game.

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