Seahawks rookie lead running back Chris Carson (32) will be significant time with what coach Pete Carroll described Monday as a fracture in his leg. The seventh-round draft choice got hurt getting tackled in the fourth quarter of Seattle’s 46-18 win over Indianapolis Sunday night.
Seahawks rookie lead running back Chris Carson (32) will be significant time with what coach Pete Carroll described Monday as a fracture in his leg. The seventh-round draft choice got hurt getting tackled in the fourth quarter of Seattle’s 46-18 win over Indianapolis Sunday night. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
Seahawks rookie lead running back Chris Carson (32) will be significant time with what coach Pete Carroll described Monday as a fracture in his leg. The seventh-round draft choice got hurt getting tackled in the fourth quarter of Seattle’s 46-18 win over Indianapolis Sunday night. Joshua Bessex joshua.bessex@gateline.com
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