Head coach Pete Carroll targeted Wednesday for an update on the two players, who are undergoing tests and evaluation to comply with the NFL's protocol on concussion symptoms.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright and tackle James Carpenter are both undergoing tests and evaluation per the NFL's protocol on players who have suffered concussion symptoms, according to head coach Pete Carroll via Liz Matthews of 710 ESPN Seattle.
The cause of Carpenter's injury is unknown, and he is still undergoing the testing process. Elsewhere, Curtis Crabtree reports that safety Kam Chancellor came away from the Week 9 win over the Minnesota Vikings with a thigh bruise, but is expected to be given the green light to practice this week.
Carroll also indicated that he was hoping to get defensive tackle Jason Jones back from an ankle sprain. Wide receiver Braylon Edwards should also be good to suit up in the Seahawks' Nov. 11 contest against the New York Jets at Century Link Field.
The Seahawks are coming off a 30-20 victory over the Vikings at home, and will look to get healthy as they take on the offensively-challenged Jets before a bye in Week 11.