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Chris Carson suffers mid-foot sprain in Week 7, will get MRI

 Running back Chris Carson #32 of the Seattle Seahawks runs with the ball against linebacker Jordan Hicks #58 and linebacker Devon Kennard #42 of the Arizona Cardinals in the first quarter of the game at State Farm Stadium on October 25, 2020 in Glendale, Arizona. Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images

Monday update: Seahawks beat writer Bob Condotta is hearing the injury “is not considered to be significant.”

Postgame update: Carson suffered a mid-foot sprain, according to Pete Carroll. He will get an MRI to determine how much time he might miss.

4th quarter update: Carson no longer has his helmet and his uniform is untucked, according to Gregg Bell. It would appear his night is done.

3rd quarter update: Carlos Hyde remains in the game in place of Chris Carson, but Carson was spotted on the sideline holding his helmet. If he was not going to be allowed back in, the trainers would have taken his helmet.

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson is questionable to return with a foot injury. Carlos Hyde has played well with Carson out, including a 24-yard touchdown run. If the injury proves to be one that keeps Carson out, Hyde is a waiver wire pick up.

With the Seahawks up 27-17 at halftime, the team will likely play it safe with Carson, so if he does end up staying out of the game, it could be out of an abundance of caution. Hopefully we’ll learn more soon.