Pete Carroll: 'Seattle Seahawks relatively healthy for off-season'

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says that the team will have few injuries to deal with during the off-season.

Pete Carroll has confirmed that the Seattle Seahawks are heading into the off-season with a "good level of conditioning".

Tackle Russell Okung may need surgery on a toe ligament injury that forced him to miss eight games in 2013, but cornerback Richard Sherman is already out of a walking boot after spraining his ankle during the Super Bowl.

The head coach told reporters: "We have so few guys that are going to have to have surgeries. There are always some things that will pop up but we enter in a really good level of conditioning so that it should help us take off from there when the work begins again."

Defensive tackle Jesse Williams, defensive end Greg Scruggs and linebacker Korey Toomer are all due to return from knee injuries in time for the pre-season.

Russell Okung #76 of the Seattle Seahawks warms up prior to the game against the Oakland Raiders at CenturyLink Field on September 2, 2011
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