Seattle misplaced strolling lower back Chris Carson to a knee harm that train Pete Carroll stated Monday became a first-diploma strain. Cowboys protective tackle Trysten Hill wrapped up Carson’s legs from at the back of earlier than rolling over them past due withinside the fourth quarter, performing to curve Carson’s leg nicely after the strolling lower back became down, ensuing in an harm that has angered Carroll and his players.
“I was really pissed about that one,” Carroll said, via ESPN 710’s Jessamyn McIntyre. … “He really hurt him.”
Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright took to Twitter to voice his anger with the play, calling it “clearly intentional” and asking for a harsher punishment for Hill. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Hill will likely be fined but not suspended for the act.
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