Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said after Thursday's 28-21 win over the Cardinals that Olsen sustained a fascia tear to his left foot, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.

Carroll also said that Olsen's injury could be a rupture, though the coach didn't dismiss the possibility of the tight end having a shot at "a quick recovery." That said, the veteran tight end missed seven games due to a similar issue in his left foot while he was a member of the Panthers in 2018, so a multi-week absence is probably the most likely outcome. The Seahawks should have a better idea of how much time Olsen might miss after re-evaluating him in the coming days, but for the time being, look for the team to roll with Will Dissly and Jacob Hollister as its primary options at the position in Week 12 against the Eagles.

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