The Seahawks offense finally looked moved the ball in the team’s fourth exhibition game Friday night against the Raiders, racking up the 377 total yards. Receiver G0lden Tate had a huge night.
That’s the good news.
The bad news is that left guard Robert Gallery and defensive lineman Jimmy Wilkerson both left Friday’s game with knee injuries. They had to undergo MRIs.
“We’ll know more when we see the MRIs tomorrow, but both of them, they’re significant enough where we’ve got to be concerned about next week for these guys. We don’t know,” Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said via Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times.
Uh oh. At least Carroll indicated linebacker David Hawthorne, tackle Russell Okung, and running back Marshawn Lynch should be ready for Week One.
Wideout Sidney Rice’s status is less certain. He aggravated a shoulder injury on Tuesday and hasn’t been seen since.
“Sidney’s shoulder is still sore,” Carroll said. “He has made a lot of improvement in the last couple of days already so we’ll be watching that day to day.”