Seahawks’ Chris Carson will have neck surgery at the end of the season, start preparing for the 2022 season
NS Seattle Seahawks Football Team will have to end the season without starting running again Chris Carson. On Friday, head coach Pete Carroll told reporters that Carson will have neck surgery at the end of the season and begin preparations for the 2022 campaign.
Carson has placed on IR last month with his neck injury and qualified to return last week Green Bay Packers. He returned to practice last week as a limited participant, by Tim Booth’s Related press, but did not receive the addition to the active list. Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll on Wednesday said Carson hasn’t made the progress they’d hoped for.
“What I’m saying is that he hasn’t made the positive progress we were hoping for. We’re still working with him. I don’t have a good update for you,” Carroll said via AP. “Just wait a few more days and we’ll have more.”
Carson will finish this season playing in four games, dashing 54 times for 232 yards and three touchdowns. The 27-year-old never played all 16 games during the season but did play 15 back in 2019 when he shot a career 1,230 meters and seven touchdowns.
Alex Collins has started back in Seattle, and he’s had a couple of interesting outings. Go back to Week 6 with Pittsburgh Steelers, he dashes 20 times in 101 meters and one touchdown. In total, he dashed 84 times for 345 yards and two touchdowns while averaging 4.1 yards per take.
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