Talking with a Seattle radio station, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Seattle could see "six or seven guys" return to action this Sunday against the New York Giants in Seattle.

In an interview with Seattle's ESPN 710, Carroll said that center Max Unger "should definitely be back", while defensive tackle Jordan Hill and cornerback Jeremy Lane should see action this Sunday.

In addition to Unger, Hill, and Lane, Carroll said strong safety Kam Chancellor, left tackle Russell Okung, cornerback Byron Maxwell, and linebacker Malcolm Smith also have a chance to return this week.

The Seahawks head man didn't address the status of middle linebacker Bobby Wagner, safety Jeron Johnson, or offensive lineman James Carpenter, but did say tight end Zack Miller won't be back for week ten action.