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Jeremy Lane appears to be Seahawks only significant injury

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By John Boyle
Herald Writer
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane, who was limited in practice by a groin injury during the week, played in Thursday’s game, but wasn’t able to finish the contest.
Lane left the game in the third quarter having aggravated the injury on the same play where fellow cornerback Byron Maxwell intercepted a pass by Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers.
Marcus Burley replaced Lane as Seattle’s nickel cornerback, making his Seahawks debut less than a week after coming to Seattle in a trade that sent a 2015 sixth-round pick to the Indianapolis Colts.
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said there were no other injuries coming out of the game that he was aware of.
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