Report: Seahawks LT Russell Okung has torn ligament in toe

Pete Carroll will address the media at 5 p.m. but in the meantime, there is some news out on left tackle Russell Okung, who injured his toe in Sunday night’s win over San Francisco. According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Okung has a torn ligament in his toe and is unlikely to play in next week’s game against Jacksonville. There was no addition timetable given.

If Okung is out, the Seahawks could use Paul McQuistan, who started the game at left guard, then slid over to tackle after Okung’s injury. Another option would be rookie Alvin Bailey, who played with the second team offense at left tackle for much of camp. Bailey was not an option to replace Okung Sunday, as he was not active for game.

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