Seahawks' Rawls, Chancellor go down with injuries in first half

BALTIMORE - The Seattle Seahawks jumped out to a 14-6 haltime lead over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday - but it came with a price.

Running back Thomas Rawls was out at least for the remainder of the game, and safety Kam Chancellor's return was questionable after both suffered first-half injuries.

Rawls was injured on a run in the first quarter, and was replaced by third-stringer DuJuan Harris - who promptly fumbled in the red zone. As of halftime, there was no word on the extent of Rawls' injury.

Chancellor was also hurt in the first quarter, apparently a tailbone injury. He went to the training room, then came back out and got on a stationary bike on the sidelines. He didn't come back into the game in the first half, however.

We'll update this story as we get more information.