One day after being released off of New England's injured reserve, Josh Gordon has landed in the NFC West.
Seattle was No. 28 in the waiver order.
"He's a unique talent," Carroll told reporters. "Next week we'll take a look and see what he looks like. He's done a lot of good stuff, made a lot of good plays. We'll find out more next week. He won't have anything to do with this game."
But after the receiver suffered a lower leg injury in New England's Week 6 win over the New York Giants, the Patriots moved Gordon to injured reserve with the intention of releasing him after the trade deadline. On Thursday, New England officially released Gordon from IR, freeing him up to be claimed by any team on waivers.
"I don't know physically how he's doing right now other than that he's OK, is what we've heard," Carroll said.
"He's a big-play guy. He's been able to really stretch the field," Carroll added. "Those that I know that have worked with him and coached him, they rave about his talent and his playmaking ability."