Cade Johnson of the Seahawks was Rushed to the Hospital: Possible Head and Neck Injuries

For reasons that were not immediately obvious, third-year Cade Johnson of the Seahawks was spotted departing Lumen Field on a stretcher. The club later stated that Cade Johnson of the Seahawks was being checked for potential head and neck injuries while being hospitalized as a precaution.

Cade Johnson of the Seahawks was Rushed to the Hospital: Possible Head and Neck Injuries
Cade Johnson of the Seahawks was Rushed to the Hospital: Possible Head and Neck Injuries

Cade Johnson of the Seahawks Left on a Stretcher

Cade Johnson of the Seahawks was spotted exiting Lumen Field on a stretcher for unspecified reasons. His hospitalization was verified by the team, who also noted that he was being examined for possible head and neck injuries. Pete Carroll, the head coach of the Seahawks, gave an update on the situation, saying at the time, Johnson’s health was described as stable.

With around 11 minutes remaining in the second quarter, Cade Johnson of the Seahawks final on-field activity was a kick return. Cade Johnson of the Seahawks landed forcefully on the ground, stood up, and played for a few more snaps before being carried into the medical tent. Cade Johnson of the Seahawk was then taken to Harborview Medical Center for more testing after being put on a stretcher there.

Dee Eskridge and Cade Johnson of the Seahawks are Injured

In the victory over the Minnesota Vikings in the first game of the preseason, Dee Eskridge and Cade Johnson of the Seahawks receivers, suffered injuries. Dee Eskridge, a Seahawks receiver, left the game in the first half and did not come back after appearing to suffer a knee injury while fielding a kickoff. While Cade Johnson of the Seahawks receiver leave on his own, although he was later escorted into the medical tent for assessment.

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