Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he has “no clue” if any of his players will be in the locker room for Monday night’s game against the Panthers.
Carroll said the team’s training staff will work through the rest of the week to make sure the players are fully ready to play.
“It’s something we’ll have to see how it goes,” Carroll said.
“We’ll just kind of make sure we’re fully prepared.
We’re not going to have any guys ready at that time.”
Carroll was asked about the possibility of a game-winning field goal by rookie kicker Blair Walsh, who had two field goals this season, one by a wide-open Carson Palmer.
Carroll was asked if Walsh could be used in the kicking game and he said he would be, but that it’s not certain.
“I don’t know,” Carroll replied.
“It’s not a decision that we’re taking.
We’ll just see what the field goal does.”
Carrol said the Seahawks are looking for a positive outcome to this game.
“There’s no way that we can get into that kind of game,” he said.
The Seahawks were one of the most aggressive teams in the league against the Giants.
Seattle is the only team that allowed more than five points per game.