There was no major news to report in terms of players who were injured on Sunday.
Seahawks head coach Jim Mora said offensive tackle Brandon Frye, who injured his left shoulder in the first half, is still being evaluated so the team does not know the extent of his injury.
Mora said the team will study the potential moves they can make to help with the offensive line depth. But Walter Jones, Sean Locklear and Rob Sims are not expected back this week.
Offensive tackle Kyle Williams, who replaced Frye at left tackle, apparently will stay on the active roster, as DL Michael Bennett was claimed by Tampa Bay and added to the Bucs active roster today.
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Cornerback Ken Lucas played with a heavy heart on Sunday. His father passed away unexpectedly on Friday, but he still chose to play.
"I can't even imagine what that was like, and I don't want to," Mora said about Lucas playing on Sunday.
Safety C.J. Wallace has a hamstring strain and will receive an MRI today. Mora said Wallace could miss some time.
Cornerback Travis Fisher (hamstring) should be OK, along with Mansfield Wrotto (ankle) and Williams (knee). And Patrick Kerney (groin) is expected to return this week.
Mora also said LB Leroy Hill might see some limited practice time this week, as he readies for a potential return to the field on Nov. 1.
Mora said that defensive coordinator Gus Bradley simplified the defense somewhat, going back to the basics they installed during OTAs. The move paid off in the defense being able to play faster on the field, including linebacker Aaron Curry.
The rookie out of Wake Forest had his best game as a Seahawk, finishing with eight tackles, one assist, a sack, a forced fumble and a quarterback hurry.
"He's not a dirty player," Mora said about Curry. "He's just a violent, nasty player."
As far as Matt Hasselbeck, Mora said he looked OK today and seemed to suffer no ill effects from the game. Part of the reason for that is Hasselbeck's ability to avoid contact on Sunday.
As far as Owen Schmitt bashing his head in with his helmet during pregame on Sunday, Mora said he might introduce the defense this week.
Seattle's head coach also said the Mora family went 7-0 on the weekend. Along with the Seahawks winning at home, his family four soccer games, one basketball game and another football game.