NFC West injury report, Week 8: Sidney Rice hurt

Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

The Seahawks lost a receiver on Monday night while another eyes a return soon.

The Seattle Seahawks beat the St. Louis Rams 14-9 on Monday Night Football, but lost a key player in the process.

Wide receiver Sidney Rice had to leave the game in the first half and did not return. It is unclear the severity of the injury, as the Seahawks released no information after the game. Seattle is hoping for Rice to be alright, so he can pair with Percy Harvin.

Harvin could be ready to play any week now after dealing with a hip injury that has kept him on the sideline all season.

The Rams are holding their breath with running back Zac Stacy, who is getting an MRI done on his ankle Tuesday. Stacy injured it on the last drive of the game but finished in defeat.

The other two teams within the NFC West stayed remarkably healthy, with the Arizona Cardinals and San Francisco 49ers picking up wins in the process. Arizona went into its game with running back Andre Ellington starting for the injured Rashard Mendenhall, and all he did was rush for 154 yards and a touchdown in his first career start.

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