The Seattle Seahawks moved to 2-0 in the preseason with Saturday's 30-10 win over the Denver Broncos, and with all of the injury news coming out from around the NFL, the Seahawks might have been among the league's more fortunate teams.
No major injuries were reported after the game, though some sort of update could come Monday from coach Pete Carroll. Defensive end Dexter Davis, according to the Tacoma News Tribune, apparently aggravated a pre-existing hip injury, but was able to return to the game.
There should be news from Carroll on the 14 players who did not play Saturday, including quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, wide receiver Sidney Rice, running back Michael Robinson and cornerback Walter Thurmond. Other key players who missed the game included offensive linemen James Carpenter and John Moffitt, tight end Zach Miller, and wide receivers Ben Obomanu and Doug Baldwin.
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