Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said a CT scan and MRI have shown Taylor is not suffering from a neck injury.
RENTON – The Seattle Seahawks They said you test the linebacker’s neck Darrell taylor have returned negative, and do not rule out that he will play next Monday against the New Orleans Saints.
The head coach of Seattle, Pete Carrollsaid Monday that both a CT scan and MRI have shown that Taylor does not suffer from a neck injury and could have suffered further injury to the shoulder area in the fourth period of Sunday night’s loss to the Los Angeles. Pittsburgh steelers.
“He took a really good hit. We have to wait and see what it is, but it might take him a little longer on the shoulder while we figure it out,” he said. Carroll.
Taylor He was carried off the field on a stretcher during a long fourth-period delay as a precaution after his neck was compressed in the collision. Carroll said Taylor he was upset that he had to be immobilized, and that he wanted to get up and walk out of the field on his own foot.
Taylor was taken to a hospital in the area of Pittsburgh after the injury, but was released to fly back with the team at the end of the match.
“Whenever they take out a player like that, the threat is enormous,” he explained. Carroll. “It turned out great, so we’re hoping for the best and we might have a chance to have it this week.”