(Renton, WA) -- Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says he wasn't aware of a rule regarding linebacker K.J. Wright's batting the ball out of the Seattle end zone following a Detroit Lions fumble in Monday night's game. Carroll says he thought Wright did the right thing at the time in batting the ball through the end zone, which enabled the Seahawks to pull out a 13-10 win. The play is illegal, but a penalty wasn't called on Wright. The NFL says such a play isn't subject to review.