The Seahawks left Sunday night’s loss to the Cardinals with wounded pride, and without key contributors on either side of the ball.
According to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, Seahawks linebacker Bruce Irvin left with an MCL sprain, and wide receiver Paul Richardson a hamstring. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll seemed concerned about both pending further word from the doctors.
“Pending was the word that they put on it, and we’ll figure out what that means,” he said. “That means that we don’t know yet. But they legitimately have a hamstring, they legitimately have a knee.”
Richardson was playing his first game after coming back from last year’s ACL tear, and only played six snaps. They only had five receivers available last week, so if he’s missing time they might need to make a roster move.
Irvin was injured in the fourth quarter, and replaced by Mike Morgan, cutting into a position that wasn’t deep either.