The Seattle Seahawks and Russell Wilson are expected to face scrutiny over a possible violation of NFL policy when he was sent off the field for a concussion check.

Wilson absorbed a hit to the chin from linebacker Karlos Dansby. Wilson did not show any obvious signs of a concussion, but referee Walt Anderson invoked his right to send Wilson off the field for a test.

With backup Austin Davis in the game, NBC's broadcast showed Wilson running to the sideline and then sitting down in the area where the tent would be pulled over him. But Wilson got back up before medical officials had a chance to join him and then replaced Davis after one play.

After the game, Wilson said he wasn't concussed on the hit and felt "completely clear."