Seattle Seahawks tight end Greg Olsen recently suffered a foot injury in their most recent game against the Arizona Cardinals. Considering that he is 35 years old, having a ruptured fascia in his left foot eventually sparked talks of it possibly putting an end to his playing career.

After the game, the veteran went on to assure his followers on Twitter that he will still aim to make a comeback on the gridiron in the future.

The three-time Pro Bowler previously went down in pain early in the fourth quarter against the Cardinals. He was visibly unable to put weight on his legs and was helped off the field and into the medical tent on the sidelines. The severity of the sustained injury eventually ruled him out of the remainder of the game and headed straight to the locker rooms.

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Greg Olsen managed to contribute 20 receiving yards on two receptions before exiting the game. Despite his absence on the field, the Seahawks were still able to manufacture a win behind quarterback Russell Wilson’s efficient playmaking on the field with tallies of 197 passing yards on 23-of-28 completions along with two touchdowns.

Their 28-21 victory in Week 11 eventually ended a two-game losing skid for the Seahawks amid Russell Wilson’s evident struggles under center. Head coach Pete Carroll and his men improved to 7-3 to gain the top spot in the NFC West and will aim to score another win at the expense of the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Seahawks are still hoping that they will get to have Greg Olsen back on the field at the start of the postseason with his injury potentially ruling him out for at least four to six weeks.