The Seahawks had a few offensive players suffer injuries in Sunday’s loss to the Rams, including wide receiver Doug Baldwin.
Baldwin played the entire game, but hurt his knee in the first half and told reporters after the game that he would have an MRI to see if there was any serious damage. Baldwin appears to have avoided that outcome.
Baldwin texted Josina Anderson to say “I’m good” after having the test on his knee. Coach Pete Carroll said, via Curtis Crabtree of PFT and 950 KJR, Baldwin “seems to feel OK” during his media session on Monday.
The Seahawks also saw wide receiver Tyler Lockett and running back Thomas Rawls go down with injuries on Sunday, although Lockett joined Baldwin in playing through the final whistle. First-round pick Germain Ifedi missed his second straight game with an ankle injury and Carroll said the guard is close to getting back on the field.
The Seahawks file their first practice report ahead of their game with the 49ers on Wednesday, which will provide an update about how all four players are progressing.