NFC West injury report: Mario Manningham, James Carpenter hurt in Week 13

Stacy Revere

San Francisco's Mario Manningham and Seattle's James Carpenter went down with injuries in Week 13.

The NFC West stayed relatively healthy in Week 13, but a couple of players did go down with injuries.

San Francisco wide receiver Mario Manningham left the 49ers' stunning loss to the St. Louis Rams with a shoulder injury. Manningham did not return to the game and is questionable for Week 14 against the Miami Dolphins.

St. Louis did not suffer any injuries in the win. Wide receiver Danny Amendola did not play in the game due to foot soreness and remains questionable for Week 14 against the Buffalo Bills.

In Chicago, Seattle guard James Carpenter suffered a knee injury in a Seahawks' upset over the Bears. X-rays on the knee were negative, but Carpenter is scheduled for an MRI this week. He is currently questionable for Week 14 against the Arizona Cardinals.

As for those Cardinals, linebacker Paris Lenon briefly left the loss to the New York Jets with a shoulder injury, but returned to the game.


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