Seattle Seahawks LT Rees Odhiambo hospitalized after breathing issue; Chris Carson hurt

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He was undrafted and hadn't played a down entering the game as he saw action with Thomas Rawls (healthy inactive) and C.J. Prosise (ankle) out, and lead running back Chris Carson leaving in the fourth quarter with what coach Pete Carroll said was a significant ankle injury.

According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, team doctors believe Carson suffered a broken ankle.

Carson was carted off with his leg in an air splint.

The Seahawks (2-2) went into the game two-touchdown favorites over the Colts (1-3), who, without injured quarterback Andrew Luck, are clearly on the lower end of the National Football League spectrum. The Seahawks put down the hammer, outgaining Indianapolis 337-22 in the second half.

McKissic was signed off waivers late previous year and came into the game with two carries for 5 yards in a Seahawks uniform.

"I wish we'd be a little better off in the division right now, but the Rams are doing a great job", he said. McKissic, who went undrafted out of Arkansas State in 2016, rushed for 38 yards on four carries and caught that one touchdown pass for 27 yards. These are key injuries that could hurt the Seahawks late in the season.

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The 25-year-old offensive lineman was being looked at by medics in the locker room following the 46-18 win over the Colts.

BRISSETT'S PROGRESS: Brissett played well for the first half making his third straight start since being acquired from New England. Odhiambo was spending the night in the hospital.

"You gotta come out there and play with the same fire we played with in the first half", explained quarterback Jacoby Brissett. "Like I said, we've got to put four quarters together".

"Man, at first I lost it, " McKissic said.

"They've got a lot of good players, don't get me wrong, but I think we had our plays there where we missed opportunities", Brissett said. The first drive was capped off by Colts running back and former Seahawk Robert Turbin, when he punched in a 1-yard run in his return to CenturyLink Field.

"We don't know if he needs surgery or any of that kind of stuff". We don't know that yet either so we'll find that out. That's even considering Eddie Lacy will get some increased reps with the injury. Wilson was passionate talking on why they needed to make a statement of protest during the national anthem the next day at Tennessee against mistreatment of minorities and the need for police reform.

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