Sounds like Chris Carson will be day-to-day for the Seahawks.

Seahawks running back Chris Carson has a knee sprain, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN. Head coach Pete Carroll was on 710 ESPN Seattle today, confirming that Carson has a “first-degree” knee sprain. The 26-year-old running back will have a MRI on Monday afternoon. Carson was injured when he was attempting to get away from Cowboys defensive tackle Trysten Hill who would not surrender his leg on a run play.

Carson finished the day with 64 yards on 14 rushes.


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