Seahawks head coach Jim Mora announced after today's game that the team received more bad news today.
Mora announced Linebacker Lofa Tatupu, who left the game in the first half, tore his pectoral muscle and will have to have surgery, meaning he's done for the year.
Patrick Kerney re-aggravated a groin injury, missing the second half. And Kelly Jennings suffered a hip and right ribs injury in the second half and did not return.
"The Lofa thing is tough," Mora said. "It's a blow to our team. It's a blow to him as a man. He's such a competitor. He loves to play. This is such an important part of his life. I don't know if he's ever experienced anything like this, at least this early in the season. So this will be tough on him."
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Tatupu injured his hamstring in the San Francisco game and missed the Chicago game the next week.