Pete Carroll provides Seahawks injury updates heading into Week 10

The Seattle Seahawks are gearing up for a big trip across the pond in Week 10, slated to face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Germany on Sunday. To start the work week, coach Pete Carroll provided a number of player injury updates.

The Seahawks came out of their Week 9 win over the Cardinals with only one new injury on the books, linebacker Cullen Gillaspia will require knee surgery.

“He’s going to have to get his knee fixed,” Carroll said on Monday. “I was just with him in the training room. It’s going to be a long haul. He had some pretty good news. It wasn’t as bad as we thought initially, but he’ll make his comeback.”

Other than that, Carroll expects to see a number of players return to practice this week and mentioned three in particular.

“We need to see Joey Blount come back,” Carroll told reporters. “He should be able to make it back with the quadricep that he had that happened in practice, and Marquise Goodwin is a guy that we are looking to see if he can get back this week. Darrell Taylor, we’ll see if those guys can return.

“I don’t know yet with what’s going to happen, but those guys all have their sights set on playing and so, we’ll see how that goes.”

The Seahawks practice Tuesday and Wednesday before departing for Germany.

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Story originally appeared on Seahawks Wire