The Seattle Seahawks came out of Monday Night Football’s game agains the Philadelphia Eagles with no real significant injuries, thankfully.
However, Seahawks' newest defensive end Carlos Dunlap did suffer a foot injury in the game and was scheduled to undergo an MRI on Tuesday to reveal any more details on how serious the injury is.
Head coach Pete Carroll spoke on 710 ESPN Seattle and hopes to have an update later on Wednesday.
“He’s got a sore foot, and we don’t know what it is,” Carroll said Tuesday. “It’s something on the bottom of his foot. After his MRI we’ll know a lot more.”
In just four games, Dunlap already has four sacks on the year and has really been a fantastic addition to the struggling Seahawks pass-rush defense.
The Seahawks' next opponent is against the New York Giants at Lumen Field on Sunday. The team returns to practice on Wednesday and Carroll should have more of an update on Dunlap for all of us later on in the day.