Rice leaves with one catch

SEATTLE -- Seattle Seahawks receiver Jerry Rice left Sunday's game against Carolina after spraining his right ankle in the second quarter.

The Seahawks also lost Pro Bowl guard Steve Hutchinson to a
sprained right ankle, though he tried unsuccessfully to return
early in the second half. Coach Mike Holmgren said he'd know more
about both injuries Monday.

Receiver Alex Bannister, who also made the Pro Bowl last season as a special teams player, broke his collarbone and will miss eight weeks.

The Seahawks also lost kick returner Maurice Morris to a
concussion on the opening kickoff, and defensive tackle Rashad Moore left early in the second half after an allergic reaction to
something he ate.

It's unknown whether Morris or Moore can play next week at San Francisco.

Rice had one catch for 6 yards early in the period, but went to
the bench a short time later and didn't return. He said a defender
rolled on his ankle late in the first quarter or early in the

"I tried to do everything and work my way through it, but it
was a no-go," Rice said. "It's a little swollen right now. I'm
going to get some X-rays and find out what's going on. What a

The NFL's career receiving leader joined the Seahawks in a trade with Oakland on Oct. 19.