Seahawks get good injury news after scary play

Perhaps of the absolute most terrifying second in Thursday's preseason game between the Chicago Bears and Seattle Seahawks came in the primary half.

Seattle monitor Damien Lewis and Chicago linebacker Caleb Johnson were harmed on a play.

And keeping in mind that Johnson got up and warily strolled off of the field under his own power, Lewis was not really lucky.

With his colleagues accumulated around him, Lewis was hauled away of the field with an air cast on his leg.

It seemed like the third-year lineman had experienced a serious and probable season-finishing injury. It

Following the game, it was declared (per Adam Schefter, ESPN) that Lewis' X-beams were negative and that he had experienced a sidelong strain.

 Seahawks mentor Pete Carroll said, "We got extremely lucky there."

Lewis has been an apparatus on Seattle's hostile line since he was drafted in 2020.

 He's begun in 29 standard season games as well as one season finisher game and has positioned as one of the most amazing run-hindering watchmen in the association since he appeared.

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