James Carpenter had yet to be cleared for action as of Monday afternoon, and the Seattle Seahawks said they would run him through concussion tests and know on Wednesday if he could play against the Miami Dolphins this weekend, reports MyNorthwest.com.
Carpenter was the only Seahawk to miss practice coming off a bye week, head coach Pete Carroll said.
The second-year guard out of Alabama missed wins against the Minnesota Vikings and the Jets leading into the bye week. Seattle was not required to release a practice report Monday, and the team has Tuesday off before regular practices resume on Wednesday.
Carpenter suffered the concussion in practice in early November, and he has been dealt an unfavorable hand this year after missing the preseason due to a knee injury that, at the time, threatened his entire season.
Carroll added that the Seahawks were fortunate to be so healthy after the bye week considering they listed 13 players on the injury report heading into their Nov. 11 game against the New York Jets.