Pete Carroll says RB Chris Carson suffered broken leg

Seahawks starting running back Chris Carson suffered a broken leg as well as high ankle sprain Sunday night against the Colts, coach Pete Carroll said Monday.

“Last night when they did the initial X-rays his ankle was fine,” Carroll said on ESPN 710 Seattle, via the Seattle Times. “He’s got a fracture that’s way up just below his knee. It’s not a displaced one and all that, but because of the torque of the way it happened it was not in the area they were focused on, so I told the team he didn’t have a broken leg and everybody was excited about that for him. But he does. … It was not in his ankle, it was in his upper leg. We don’t know that means yet.”

When police discovered the vehicle, it had been abandoned. Boyd, a second-round pick from Pitt in the 2016 NFL Draft, tweeted Thursday that he did not have anything to do with the accident; it was just his car. Boyd reportedly told police two days after the wreck someone else was driving his car and he was not in the vehicle at the time of the accident.

Pittsburgh television station WTAE reported Boyd, who faced DUI charges in 2015 while at Pitt, admitted one vape pen and the unopened vape cartridges were his, but said “they don’t get you high or anything.”

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