Seahawks’ Greg Oslen suffers foot harm in Week 11 win, Pete Carroll not sure if he’ll play once more this season


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Greg Olsen’s evening ended early after the Seahawks rapidly dominated out the veteran tight finish after struggling what they are saying is a foot harm within the fourth quarter of their “Thursday Evening Soccer” matchup with the Arizona Cardinals. The harm occurred with 11:25 to play within the fourth and seemed to be non-contact. Olsen was on the prime of a bunch formation on a first-and-15 play for Seattle by itself 39-yard line and appeared to go down proper as he tried to make a transfer on the prime of his route. 

Olsen signaled for help, was helped to the sideline, and spent a quick time period within the blue medical tent earlier than being carted to the locker room and formally being dominated out. 

After the sport, coach Pete Carroll informed reporters throughout his postgame videoconference that Olsen suffered a plantar fascia harm in his foot and it is unclear whether or not he’ll be capable to play once more this season. 

Olsen is within the midst of his first season with the Seahawks after signing a one-year, $7 million deal again in mid-February. Previous to touchdown in Seattle, he spent the earlier 9 seasons as a key piece to the Carolina Panthers‘ offense. The three-time Professional Bowler caught each of his targets for 20 yards earlier than happening with this harm in Week 11. For the 12 months, Olsen had 21 receptions for 204 yards and a landing heading into Thursday evening. 

If Olsen is ready to overlook the remainder of the season, Seattle will look to fellow tight ends Will Dissly and Jacob Hollister to fill his sneakers. 


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