Seattle Seahawks WR David Moore Suffers Shoulder Injury in Practice

The Seahawks wide out core took another hit on Friday as wide out David Moore suffered a shoulder injury in practice.

The team already is without rookie D.K. Metcalf, who is trying to come back from a knee injury.

On Friday, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Moore would be out for a while and is not expected to return by the start of the regular season.

NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, per a source, reported that Moore is getting a second opinion on the injury, which is not expected to require surgery.

Carroll added he is hopeful pass rusher Ziggy Ansah (shoulder/groin) will begin practicing for the first time with the team in the upcoming week.

As for Metcalf, Carroll said he’s on track for “a great recovery.”

Carroll also said guard Mike Iupati is expected to return in time for the opener.

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