The Minnesota Vikings were able to leave Seattle without picking up any new injuries.
Following the Minnesota Vikings' 30-20 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, the team announced it had no new injuries to report.
The Vikings have only two long-term injuries affecting the team at the moment.
Starting safety Mistral Raymond has been out since Week 3 after dislocating his right ankle, and he was named to the inactives list before the game Sunday. Raymond was limited in practice last week and head coach Leslie Frazier worries about Raymond's fitness levels after he missed such a significant amount of time.
Tight end John Carlson missed his second straight game after suffering a concussion in Week 7 against the Arizona Cardinals. Carlson has been unable to practice as he continues to recover, and he could still miss a significant amount of time before he can pass the NFL's concussion tests.
The Vikings' next game will be against the Detroit Lions at 1 p.m. ET Sunday.