Seahawk personnel updates: Carroll optimistic Bryant will play Sunday, other injury updates
Summary of 2 articles · Updated Sep 26, 2013
Carroll said that Bryant won’t practice today but that he “will go tomorrow ,” which he said is also true of a few other guys who he said will start their work week on Thursday. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said today during his weekly Wednesday press conference that he thinks defensive end Red Bryant will play Sunday against the Texans. Giacomini, recall, missed one day of practice last week with a knee injury and also missed a few days in training camp when he was having the knee examined by a doctor in his native New York. Carroll said rookie fullback Spencer Ware “is not going to make it back” this week, still dealing with a high ankle sprain suffered against the 49ers. Carroll said backup strong safety Jeron Johnson, out since the opener with a hamstring injury, will be limited this week and it’s unclear if he will be able to play. “Well I don’t know if we solved it but we know what we are doing and how we want to get it done and we feel comfortable about the formula of how we go and the days that we go and all of that.
Here's some of what Seattle coach Pete Carroll had to say during his weekly press conference today: (Opening...) “Well we are back at it, ready to go. Take us on the road this week, going to Houston and we know that we’re going up against a team that is…