Cowboys linebacker Bruce Carter won't play against Seattle

Cowboys starting linebacker Bruce Carter (quad) said he won’t play in Sunday’s game at the Seattle Seahawks.

Carter, who was limping after spending some time in the ice tub on Tuesday, said his health is improving.

“Way better,” Carter said. “The swelling has gone way down. I did some squats (Monday), some light squats, to get my strength back. All in all, it’s a process.”

Carter suffered the injury in the Week 4 victory over the New Orleans Saints. Carter said he would probably need 10-to-14 days to recover and that time is coming to an end.

It appears Carter will be ready for the New York Giants game on Oct. 19.

“I probably need another week,” he said, alluding to the Giants game.

Meanwhile, starting middle linebacker Rolando McClain (groin) wouldn't say how he's feeling as he walked out of the locker room on Tuesday. McClain re-injured his groin in last week's victory over Houston.

"Rolando looks good, according to our trainers," Cowboys owner/general manager Jerry Jones said Tuesday morning on 105.3 The Fan. "(Monday) he came in and we were pleasantly surprised. But we’ll see, obviously when he really starts working in. He’ll have some limitation in practice, but there is a possibility (he could play vs. Seattle)."

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