A nightmare Sunday for the Seahawks was made worse following a few grim postgame injury updates.
Following Seattle's 27-13 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, Pete Carroll told reporters that Chris Carson (hip) and C.J. Prosise (arm) will miss the remainder of the season, playoffs included. Carson has a hip injury similar to Lano Hill's suffered in 2018. Hill had offseason surgery and was out several months. Prosise has a broken arm. Carson's season is now over after what was a career year for him. He finishes the season with 1,230 yards and nine total touchdowns
The Seahawks will be forced to scour the veteran running back market this week. Don't be surprised to see whoever Seattle signs immediately become the team's starter. Travis Homer is the only remaining healthy back on the roster, and I'm guessing the Seahawks want to have him in a reserve role. There's a chance that Seattle brings back Robert Turbin, who recently worked out for the Seahawks. He was a fourth-round pick for Seattle back in 2012.
Seattle now has three running backs on injured reserve with Rashaad Penny (knee) already out for the season with an ACL tear.
In addition, Carroll shared that Duane Brown is going to get knee surgery that will keep him out for a few weeks at a minimum. That's a huge loss given San Francisco's talent on the defensive line.
There's no word whether or not Jadeveon Clowney or Shaquill Griffin will be back to play the 49ers in Week 17.