Seattle Seahawks tight end Greg Olsen was not able to finish his Thursday night game against the Arizona Cardinals. He was carted off the field in the fourth quarter after he injured his left leg. Though it’s still uncertain whether it was the 35-year old’s ankle or calf that was hurt, it was a non-contact injury which is never a good sign.

Olsen was poised to block in front of a screen for Seahawks receiver DK Metcalf before he limped and eventually dropped to the ground. The three-time Pro Bowler tried to hobble his way out of the field but couldn’t muster enough strength on one-leg. The medical staff had to bring out the cart just to bring Olsen to the sidelines where he could be attended to.

This isn’t the first time that the New Jersey native, now with the Seahawks, has injured his foot in a game. Two years ago when he was still with the Carolina Panthers, Olsen ruptured his plantar fascia which forced him to miss the remaining of the 2018 season. He has also broken his right foot numerous times in his career. Good thing though this recent injury he suffered on Thursday was to his left foot which should hopefully be a positive sign for Seattle.

Prior to going down, Olsen had already caught two passes for 20 yards against Arizona on Thursday. Fortunately for the Seahawks, their offense didn’t need him down the stretch as they were able to do enough to keep the Cardinals at bay and come out with their seventh win of the season.

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Hopefully it’s nothing serious for Olsen and that he can come back and help the Seahawks spearhead the NFC.

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