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Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll provided a number of player injury updates on Wednesday to start the Week 3 preparation to face the Minnesota Vikings.

Defensive tackle Bryan Mone (elbow): “His strength is really coming back and from what I heard today they tested him three or four times,” Carroll told reporters. “I don’t know what that means yet, but his strength came way back from where it was. He’s feeling much better but we have to find out if that’s enough to let him play yet. I don’t know that yet. It’s elbow-related, so there’s some tricep in there. It’s in that area.

Offensive tackle Brandon Shell (ankle): “He’s still a little sore, he won’t go today,” Carroll said. “We will see what happens this week, he will go day to day.”

Running back Rashaad Penny (calf): “He’s running and he won’t make it this week, unless it’s a real surprise by the end of the week,” Carroll confirmed. “That’s due to the process that has to make on running and all of that.”

Wide receiver DK Metcalf (knee): “Yeah, he’s going today.”


Seahawks Week 3 injury report: DT Bryan Mone still limited at first practice