Seattle Seahawks Pro-Bowl left tackle Russell Okung was carted off the field during Sunday’s divisional-game against the San Francisco 49ers’ with a torn ligament in his toe, according to ESPN.com's Adam Schefter. Okung later returned to the sidelines but would not re-enter the game. There is currently no timetable for his return, but he is expected to at least miss this Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The injury to Okung occurred in the first quarter of Sunday night’s game. Left guard Paul McQuistan was subsequently forced to slide over to Okung’s left tackle position while former first-round draft pick James Carpenter played guard. For the remainder of the first half, Seattle struggled to contain Aldon Smith and the 49ers’ pass rush which took advantage of the situation by overloading the left side more frequently than usual. Fortunately for the Seahawks, their defense rose to the occasion playing a nearly perfect game against one of the NFL’s most electrifying young quarterbacks in Colin Kaepernick. They gave up a mere three points to the 49ers’ allowing their own offense time to rebound from the frustrating loss of their Pro-Bowl left tackle. While Seattle is generally considered to have one of the deepest rosters in the NFL, losing Russell Okung for any extended period of time would be a serious blow to their offense. It is currently unknown whether the Seahawks will promote from within their organization or look to the free agent or trade markets for any offensive line help. Either way, expect this team to rally around their remaining leaders similar to the way they did in Sunday night’s dominating victory over the reigning NFC champs. Follow @TheNFLInjuryRpt Looking for fantasy football advice?