Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Monday the team did not yet have updates on the health of cornerback Richard Sherman and safety Earl Thomas.
Sherman suffered a hyperextended elbow and Thomas a dislocated shoulder that he popped back in during the win over the Packers on Sunday.
Carroll said each was being examined on Monday but results had not yet arrived.
Both ESPN and NFL.com reported that Sherman had suffered a sprained elbow.
Sherman and Thomas each said after the game they planned to play.
Patriots' Wilfork a hero
Patriots defensive lineman Vince Wilfork helped Massachusetts State Police tackle a problem nearly three hours after New England won the AFC championship: getting an accident victim out of her car.
State troopers said they responded to an SUV rollover not far from Gillette Stadium shortly before 1 a.m. Monday and were surprised to see Wilfork checking on the driver. Hours earlier, the Patriots beat Indianapolis 45-7 to advance to the Super Bowl.
Wilfork reached into the vehicle and helped troopers remove 38-year-old Mary Ellen Brooks of Hanson, Mass., authorities said, and then made sure police didn't need any more help before heading home. "It wasn't a big deal," Wilfork said Monday.
Brooks was charged with drunken driving.
Fox ready to lead Bears
John Fox isn't backing down from his challenge as Chicago Bears coach.
"I'm looking forward to this challenge," he said Monday. "I can't tell you exactly what that challenge is yet, but I understand that it starts with being successful in your division."
• Oakland hired Philadelphia quarterbacks coach Bill Musgrave as offensive coordinator. Musgrave, fired as Vikings offensive coordinator after the 2013 season, worked in that role for new Raiders coach Jack Del Rio in 2003 and '04 with Jacksonville.
•Broncos running back C.J. Anderson was added to the Pro Bowl roster in place of injured Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell. His addition gives Denver a team-record 11 Pro Bowl players.
• The longest-tenured Lions player has played his last game in Detroit. The Lions informed center Dominic Raiola that they don't plan on bringing him back for a 15th season next fall.