• Jimmy Graham - TE
    Posted 8/19/17 6:55am ET

    Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham (back, knee) sat out the preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings Friday, Aug. 18, due to back spasms, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: The 30-year-old Graham had 65 receptions for 923 yards and six touchdowns last season and should be viewed as an elite TE1 in all fantasy formats.

  • C.J. Prosise - RB
    Posted 8/19/17 6:52am ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (groin) was held out of the preseason game against the Minnesota Vikings Friday, Aug. 18, due to a minor groin issue, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: Although Prosise will see the bulk of his playing time in third-down situations, he has the potential to be a decent flex option and is worthy of consideration as a RB4 in PPR fantasy leagues.

  • Doug Baldwin - WR
    Posted 8/19/17 8:23am ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin, all four of his targets for 69 yards versus the Minnesota Vikings on Friday, Aug. 18.

    Huddle Up: Baldwin looked every bit like the low-end WR1 he is being drafted as this summer, routinely creating separation and piling up yards after the catch. He's not going to bring the monster upside of the elite group of receivers such as Antonio Brown, Odell Beckham Jr. and Julio Jones, but a season of at least 80 catches, 1,000 yards and seven touchdowns is well within reason for Baldwin in 2017.

  • Eddie Lacy - RB
    Posted 8/19/17 8:51am ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson saw nine snaps with the first-team offense against the Minnesota Vikings on Friday, Aug. 18, as opposed to Eddie Lacy's 13. Carson ran six times for 27 yards and contributed a 17-yard reception on his only target.

    Huddle Up: Carson likely saw more first-team work than expected because of injuries to Thomas Rawls and C.J. Prosise, but the undrafted free-agent has done nothing but impress since the start of camp. Given how sluggish Lacy looked again, there is a case to be made that Carson is now threatening the former Green Bay Packer's spot on the roster instead of Alex Collins'. Owners should monitor Carson in next week's dress rehearsal against the Kansas City Chiefs.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 8/18/17 10:21pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson was 13-of-18 for 206 yards and a pair of touchdowns Friday, Aug. 18, in a 20-13 win over the Minnesota Vikings.

    Huddle Up: Seattle didn't dip heavily into its passing game as evidenced by Wilson's 18 throws, but he looked solid midway through the preseason. Wilson grades out now as a mid-range QB1 on a strong Seahawks squad.

  • Eddie Lacy - RB
    Posted 8/17/17 12:20pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) will be sidelined for Week 2 of the preseason with a minor ankle ailment. RB Eddie Lacy will start in his place.

    Huddle Up: Rawls is still the better value in Seattle's backfield as long as he remains healthy enough to play. Lacy will assuredly limit Rawls' ceiling, making neither player worth more than an RB3 investment.

  • Paul Richardson - WR
    Posted 8/16/17 12:28pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Paul Richardson (shoulder) was back in pads and participating in practice Wednesday, Aug. 16. Head coach Pete Carroll has already said Richardson will be ready for Week 1.

    Huddle Up: Richardson is an unsung commodity in the Seattle's offense. His volume won't be as high as we want it to be, but he's worth a dart throw in later rounds, primarily in standard formats.

  • Doug Baldwin - WR
    Posted 8/15/17 11:51am ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (leg) returned to practice Tuesday, Aug. 15.

    Huddle Up: Baldwin is fine, as head coach Pete Carroll had indicated he would be. Coming off back-to-back WR1 seasons, Baldwin should once again be targeted in that territory as Russell Wilson's top target.

  • Paul Richardson - WR
    Posted 8/15/17 2:43pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Paul Richardson (shoulder) will be good to go for Week 1 of the regular season, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Richardson suffered a shoulder injury in Week 1 of the preseason.

    Huddle Up: Richardson is a sneaky, under-the-radar player this year in Seattle's underappreciated passing offense. He has big-catch ability and should be free in the later rounds of drafts.

  • Paul Richardson - WR
    Posted 8/13/17 7:26pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Paul Richardson (shoulder) exited the preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers with a shoulder injury.

    Huddle Up: Richardson has flashed the talent that made him a second-round pick, but durability has been a huge issue, and he's dinged up again. He has a lot of upside for a player who should be available late in drafts, but don't count on him playing the entire season.

  • Doug Baldwin - WR
    Posted 8/11/17 2:33pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (leg) will not play in the preseason game against the Los Angeles Chargers Sunday, Aug. 13, but he will be fine, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: Baldwin probably will return to practice at some point next week and will be fine for the start of the regular season. He has posted at least 1,000 yards in each of the last two seasons and has 21 touchdowns over those two years. Owners should see him as a No. 2 receiver in all fantasy leagues.

  • Doug Baldwin - WR
    Posted 8/10/17 6:35pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (ankle) exited practice with an ankle injury Thursday, Aug. 10, but the injury isn't considered serious.

    Huddle Up: Baldwin is entrenched as the go-to receiver for the Seahawks, and he can be treated as a high-end WR2 in drafts.

  • Eddie Lacy - RB
    Posted 8/9/17 2:54pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls appears to be the clear No. 1 running back right now ahead of RB Eddie Lacy, according to Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times. Lacy worked exclusively with the second-team offense in practice Wednesday, Aug. 9.

    Huddle Up: Lacy is the more popular pick in the fantasy world right now, which means Rawls makes for a great value pick. If he holds the starting job, he could achieve RB3 numbers. Furthermore, C.J. Prosise has PPR sleeper status as Seattle's primary passing-down back.

  • Jimmy Graham - TE
    Posted 8/7/17 1:13pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham (knee) said he feels almost 100 times better than he did at his point last year. Graham was rehabilitating from a ruptured patellar tendon twice a day to be prepared for games. Additionally, he is down to 260 pounds from around 280 pounds last season.

    Huddle Up: Graham is an elite tight end when he is healthy, and he still finished as the No. 2 fantasy tight end last year. Give him a look in the early- to-middle rounds of fantasy drafts.

  • Jimmy Graham - TE
    Posted 8/5/17 8:24pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham needs to see more opportunities in the red zone, offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell said Saturday, Aug. 5.

    Huddle Up: Graham was one of the most productive tight ends in the league last year, and more looks in the red zone will only help his cause. He should be one of the better TE1 options.

  • Jimmy Graham - TE
    Posted 8/3/17 8:05am ET

    Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham (knee) had his knee managed by the team last season, according to head coach Pete Carroll, who thinks Graham could have a big year in 2017. 'We had to manage him the whole year,' Carroll said. 'He just kept hanging in there. He played in every game and didn't miss any time, but he wasn't at his best.'

    Huddle Up: Graham was third among tight ends with 923 receiving yards to go with six scores. That should be viewed as a miraculous return from a ruptured patellar tendon. He probably won't return to the game-breaking level he was at with the New Orleans Saints, but that's in part due to his diminished role in the passing game. He sees almost three fewer targets per game in this offense, but he can still be a top-five tight end in fantasy.

  • Eddie Lacy - RB
    Posted 8/3/17 6:51pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy's results from his Aug. 1 weigh-in were not made public, but head coach Pete Carroll said he is 'fired up' about Lacy's conditioning.

    Huddle Up: Lacy has some upside if he can stay in shape and take the reins of the Seattle backfield. The Seahawks will likely go with a committee to start the year, and Lacy should be viewed as a RB3 candidate for now.

  • Tyler Lockett - WR
    Posted 8/1/17 1:55pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (leg) could be removed from the Physically Unable to Perform list in a few days, according to head coach Pete Carroll. He participated in two workouts Tuesday, Aug. 1.

    Huddle Up: Lockett is a legitimate deep threat and one of the best return specialists in the league when he is healthy. He doesn't see many targets, but it doesn't hurt to take a chance on him as a late-round flier in standard leagues.

  • Eddie Lacy - RB
    Posted 7/31/17 5:35pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy is scheduled to be weighed again Tuesday, Aug. 1, and will receive a $55,000 bonus if he weighs 250 pounds or less.

    Huddle Up: Lacy has make both of his first two target weights and believes he will make this one as well. He is expected to receive most of the carries for the Seahawks this season but will also be part of a committee at the position. Owners in most leagues probably should consider Lacy as No. 3 running back.

  • Doug Baldwin - WR
    Posted 7/2/17 5:44pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin said it's 'not a question' that he is going to retire as a member of the Seahawks.

    Huddle Up: Baldwin has emerged as one of Russell Wilson's main targets the last two seasons, and he should be one of the better WR2 options in 2017.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 6/29/17 7:14am ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson shed 11 pounds in the offseason after working with a nutritionist. He weighed 225 pounds with 16 percent body fat in March and recently weighed 214 pounds with 10 percent body fat.

    Huddle Up: Wilson rushed for a career-low 259 yards last season after a high-ankle sprain and a sprained medial collateral ligament. It was a borderline miracle that he didn't miss a game despite those debilitating injuries. He threw for a career-high 4,219 yards with his second-best completion percentage at 64.7 percent. Wilson is a bounce-back candidate as an upper-middle QB1.

  • Jimmy Graham - TE
    Posted 6/24/17 8:22pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham has been more of a complete player than expected and one of QB Russell Wilson's favorite weapons, according to head coach Pete Carroll. 'He and Russell are really tuned in,' Carroll said. 'They spend a lot of time together.'

    Huddle Up: Graham returned to form last year, and he looks locked in as a dependable TE1 heading into 2017.

  • C.J. Prosise - RB
    Posted 6/23/17 6:31pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise will be used mainly as the third-down back, according to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, but Condotta believes Prosise will also be worked into the offense to exploit specific matchups.

    Huddle Up: Prosise is worth snatching up as a RB4 in PPR formats, and it wouldn't be a surprise to see him earn enough touches to garner attention as a flex option.

  • Eddie Lacy - RB
    Posted 6/22/17 6:37pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy and RB Thomas Rawls could split carries fairly equally this season, according to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times.

    Huddle Up: If Lacy can stay healthy, he will likely have a chance to grab the reins of the backfield, and his upside makes him worth a look as a RB3. Rawls is more of a RB5, but he is worth stashing in case Lacy goes down or doesn't perform.

  • C.J. Prosise - RB
    Posted 6/18/17 5:35pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise runs routes like a receiver, according to Sheil Kapadia of ESPN.com, and Kapadia called Prosise 'the biggest mismatch player' on Seattle's offense.

    Huddle Up: Prosise should be used as the third-down back this season, and it wouldn't be a surprise to see him line up as a receiver on occasion. He will have flex potential in PPR formats.

  • Eddie Lacy - RB
    Posted 6/13/17 8:00pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy received his $55,000 bonus for weighing in at 250 pounds or less Monday, June 12, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: Lacy has been successful with both of his weigh-in bonuses and has five more weigh-ins during the season. The team would like him to play at around 245 pounds. Lacy should be the primary ball carrier for the Seahawks in 2017 and will look to improve his play from the last few seasons. Lacy can be considered a No. 3 running back in most fantasy leagues.

  • Eddie Lacy - RB
    Posted 6/12/17 6:27am ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy will earn $55,000 if he weighs 250 pounds or less Monday, June 12.

    Huddle Up: Lacy will probably split the rushing work in Seattle with Thomas Rawls, and he'll have RB3 value with a boost in TD-only leagues.

  • Eddie Lacy - RB
    Posted 6/11/17 1:16pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy is scheduled to be weighed Monday, June 12, and will need to be 250 pounds or less to receive a $55,000 bonus, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: Lacy has been limited during offseason workouts because of an ankle injury but should be fine for the start of training camp. He probably will receive a majority of carries in 2017, which makes him a solid No. 3 running back in most fantasy leagues.

  • Jimmy Graham - TE
    Posted 6/10/17 6:34pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham could be a candidate for the franchise tag in 2018 because it could save the Seahawks a little money in the short term while giving them long-term leverage, according to Roy Cummings FanRag Sports.

    Huddle Up: Graham is coming off his best year since joining the Seahawks, and he is one of the safest bets to deliver TE1 production this season.

  • Tyler Lockett - WR
    Posted 6/9/17 6:30pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (leg) was limited to a few early drills during OTAs Friday, June 9.

    Huddle Up: Lockett is still working his way back from a broken leg suffered in Week 15. He has displayed big-play ability at times, but his boom-or-bust tendencies make him more of a DFS flier than a dependable option in season-long formats.

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