C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 10/20/17 2:20pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (ankle) was able to practice in full Friday, Oct. 20.
Huddle Up: Prosise will join Eddie Lacy and Thomas Rawls in a crowded Seattle backfield, so expect limited touches after a multi-week absence. Unless Lacy or Rawls do down with a long-term injury, Prosise's role is likely to be very limited.
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 10/19/17 3:38pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (ankle) practiced in full Thursday, Oct. 19, one day after he was a limited participant.
Huddle Up: This should put Prosise on track to play Sunday against the Giants following a two-week absence, though he won't be a recommended option outside of the deeper formats. The Seahawks possess one of the messiest running game situations in all of football, so owners are probably better off waiting for some clarity as it pertains to Prosise's workload moving forward. The presence of Thomas Rawls and Eddie Lacy makes it hard to trust him at this moment.
Russell Wilson - QBPosted 10/19/17 8:44pm ET
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson said they are at their best when using an 'up-tempo' offense, and the Seahawks have scored on nine of the 12 drives when they have used a no-huddle approach.
Huddle Up: Wilson has been a bit of a boom-or-bust fantasy play this year, but his high ceiling makes him a lower-end QB1 against the New York Giants in Week 7.
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 10/18/17 4:56pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (ankle) was limited during practice Wednesday, Oct. 18.
Huddle Up: Prosise has a very good chance to play this week and may be used as a third-down back. He will have to share playing time with multiple running backs against the New York Giants and probably should be avoided in most leagues since he would see limited touches.
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 10/17/17 1:06pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (ankle) is expected to take the field this week against the New York Giants.
Huddle Up: Prosise will not have played for about a month when he suits up this weekend. It's usually best to wait at least a week before starting an injured player who's been out for a while. Eddie Lacy, Thomas Rawls and J.D. McKissic will all be competing for touches as well, so it's advisable to wait and see how Prosise looks and how involved he'll be.
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 10/10/17 1:22pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (ankle) will return to action following the Seahawks' Week 6 bye, according to head coach Pete Carroll.
Huddle Up: Seattle's backfield is a crapshoot since Chris Carson is out for the year. Prosise has more intrigue in PPR leagues, while Thomas Rawls and Eddie Lacy should be viewed as no more than flex options. Rawls does have an edge over Lacy for the remainder of the season.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 10/8/17 7:13am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy is expected to serve as the starting running back against the Los Angeles Rams in Week 5.
Huddle Up: Lacy may be the starting running back but probably will share playing time with Thomas Rawls and J.D. McKissic. Lacy will be facing a Rams that has struggled at times against the run this season and could be a flex option for owners.
Paul Richardson - WRPosted 10/8/17 8:37pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WRs Paul Richardson and Tyler Lockett each had three receptions in Week 5 against the Los Angeles Rams, with Richardson posting 35 yards and Lockett going for 26.
Huddle Up: Both players are battling for targets as the No. 2 wide receiver, but neither is seizing the job. Until one emerges as the clear-cut No. 2 behind Doug Baldwin they're nothing more than WR4 or flex options in deeper fantasy leagues.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 10/8/17 8:36pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin posted four receptions for 37 yards on eight targets in Week 5 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Huddle Up: Baldwin was dealing with a groin injury earlier this week, so perhaps that slowed him a bit in this one. He has three games with 44 or fewer yards over the past four outings, not exactly what you expect out of a borderline WR1/2. He'll have two weeks to get it together with a bye in Week 6.
Jimmy Graham - TEPosted 10/8/17 8:35pm ET
Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham posted six receptions for 37 yards and a touchdown in Week 5 against the Los Angeles Rams. He was targeted eight times.
Huddle Up: Graham's yardage total led all Seattle receivers so it tells you a little something about this game. It was very defensive. You'll need to find a starter in fantasy for Week 6 with the Seahawks on a bye.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 10/8/17 8:34pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls rushed eight times for a team-high 20 yards in Week 5 against the Los Angeles Rams, while RB Eddie Lacy carried nine times for 19 yards and RB J.D. McKissic had two totes for no gain.
Huddle Up: McKissic led the trio in yards from scrimmage due to his three grabs for 36 yards, but it wasn't a good performance for either. There are plenty of touches available with rookie Chris Carson exiting last week, but no one stepped up against what has been a pretty giving Rams defense. Seattle has two weeks to figure out its running back with a bye in Week 6.
Russell Wilson - QBPosted 10/8/17 8:33pm ET
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson completed 24 of his 37 pass attempts for 198 yards, one touchdown and one interception in the Week 5 game against the Los Angeles Rams. He also ran five times for 16 yards.
Huddle Up: Wilson did a little bit of everything, but one thing most fans will miss in the box score is his tackle. On an interception, he ran down the cornerback and prevented a pick-six. That was a big key to the game. You'll need to make alternate fantasy plans in Week 6, as Seattle is on its bye.
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 10/7/17 1:49pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (ankle) has been downgraded to out for the team's Week 5 game.
Huddle Up: Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy and J.D. McKissic probably will also see some playing time with Prosise out. None of the running backs are great fantasy options but Rawls can be considered a flex option in some leagues if he starts.
Jimmy Graham - TEPosted 10/6/17 3:21pm ET
Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham (ankle) practiced in full for the second consecutive day Friday, Oct. 6, and he was removed from the injury report ahead of Week 5 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Huddle Up: Graham looks like a go for Sunday's game against the Rams. Start him as you normally would.
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 10/6/17 3:20pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (ankle) did not practice Friday, Oct. 6, and he is listed as doubtful for Week 5 against the Los Angeles Rams.
Huddle Up: Prosise is likely to miss another game, so the Seattle backfield will be led by a three-headed attack featuring Eddie Lacy, J.D. McKissic and Thomas Rawls.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 10/5/17 6:41pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (groin) returned to practice Thursday, Oct. 5, and logged a full session.
Huddle Up: Unless Baldwin suffers a setback, he should be set to face the Los Angeles Rams in Week 5. Consider him a high-end WR2 against an improved Rams squad.
Jimmy Graham - TEPosted 10/5/17 6:45pm ET
Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham (ankle) returned to practice Thursday, Oct. 5, and was a full participant.
Huddle Up: After a slow start, Graham has strung together back-to-back solid games. Without a lot of quality options at the position, he is a TE1 heading into a Week 5 matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 10/5/17 6:58pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (ankle) did not participate in practice Thursday, Oct. 5.
Huddle Up: Even if Prosise is able to return against the Baltimore Ravens in Week 5, he will likely be competing with Eddie Lacy, Thomas Rawls and J.D. McKissic for touches. Prosise is too risky to start until a pecking order in Seattle's backfield has been established.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 10/4/17 5:19pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (groin) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Oct. 4.
Huddle Up: Baldwin's owners shouldn't be alarmed yet, as the 29-year-old only participated in one practice last week before suiting up opposite the Colts. However, he's still worth monitoring throughout the week, as Baldwin is coming off a game that saw him register season lows in catches (three) and receiving yards (35).
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 10/4/17 5:38pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (leg, ankle) sat out practice Wednesday, Oct. 4.
Huddle Up: Prosise's status for Week 5 is up in the air after the 23-year-old missed last week's contest. Even if he does play, though, his usage would be a question mark, considering the club also has Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy and J.D. McKissic in the backfield to help fill the vacancy left by Chris Carson (ankle). Thus, it may be tough to deploy him outside of deep formats.
Jimmy Graham - TEPosted 10/4/17 5:21pm ET
Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham (ankle) did not participate in practice Wednesday, Oct. 4.
Huddle Up: Graham should be good to go for Sunday, and although he hasn't scored yet, his owners should continue to be patient. The former New Orleans Saint has picked it up in his last two games, totaling 11 catches for 133 yards over that span. If Doug Baldwin (groin) has to miss Week 5, Graham figures to see an uptick in targets as well.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 10/3/17 10:09am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson (leg, ankle) underwent surgery on his left ankle Tuesday, Oct. 3.
Huddle Up: It's obviously the first of many steps for Carson to return sometime this season, although that is far from a guarantee - if not very unlikely - given how the complexity of his injuries. However, it is a positive he has already taken the first step. With that said, Carson can be dropped in all redraft leagues that don't have an IR spot.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 10/2/17 5:13am ET
Updating previous reports, Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson (ankle) suffered a significant ankle injury, according to head coach Pete Carroll. He'll have an MRI Monday, Oct. 2.
Huddle Up: Another one bites the dust, and the team will have to turn to Eddie Lacy or rookie J.D. McKissic. Thomas Rawls (ankle) could re-enter the fold depending on his health. The situation is a mess, and none of them are pegged higher than a bye-week filler for now.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 10/2/17 10:41am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls was a healthy scratch in Week 4, but head coach Pete Carroll seemed to suggest he would get the nod over Eddie Lacy in the wake of Chris Carson's 'significant' leg injury. 'With Chris being banged up, we?re so fortunate to have Thomas ready to jump back out there. We?re just lucky that we have a guy like that who?s ready to go and is healthy and all that,' Carroll said.
Huddle Up: Rawls was a healthy scratch after Lacy received the same treatment last week, so nothing is for certain. Lacy did lead the team with 52 yards rushing in Week 4 and figures to remain in the mix even if Rawls does take back the starting job, which would be the expected outcome since he was considered the starter early in camp before Carson's emergence. Either way, it's a situation to avoid in most leagues.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 10/2/17 11:54am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson (leg, ankle) has a broken bone high up in his left leg as well as a high ankle sprain, according to head coach Pete Carroll, who added Carson has not yet had an MRI to determine the full extent of the injury.
Huddle Up: The most likely outcome has Carson landing on the Reserve/Injured list shortly, with the only thing to be determined is whether he can recover quickly enough to return before the end of the regular season, which seems unlikely. Carson can be dropped in all leagues without an IR spot. Thomas Rawls is expected to get the first crack at the starting job again, although Eddie Lacy will likely rotate in, making it a bit of a weekly headache fantasy owners if they choose to add one of them off waivers this week.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 10/2/17 2:34pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson (ankle, leg) was placed on the Reserve/Injured list Monday, Oct. 2.
Huddle Up: It appears Thomas Rawls is the favorite to take over the starting job, but Eddie Lacy and C.J. Prosise will also receive playing time. Rawls has had success as the starting running back and could be a flex option for owners if he receives a majority of the carries. Prosise probably will be involved in the passing game and will be valuable in point-per-reception leagues.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 10/2/17 3:42pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson (ankle, leg) is scheduled to undergo surgery to repair his injured ankle. The team hopes Carson will be able to return late in the regular season.
Huddle Up: Carson will be sidelined for at least eight weeks, so he will not be return until December at the earliest. Owners probably can drop Carson if they need to add another running back. Thomas Rawls is expected to take over the starting running back job and could be a flex option.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 10/1/17 6:17am ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (groin) will attempt to play in Week 4's game against the Indianapolis Colts, according to a source.
Huddle Up: Baldwin was listed as questionable on the injury report and was only able to practice on a limited basis Friday, Sept. 29. He makes a risky starting option this week in all fantasy formats because the Seahawks play on Sunday Night Football and it is uncertain if his snaps would be limited.
Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 10/1/17 4:25pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (groin) is active for the Week 4 game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Huddle Up: Baldwin might not be 100 percent, but may not matter against a Colts passing defense which has been beaten up this season. If you rolled the dice on Baldwin being active for the late game, the move should pay off handsomely barring any setbacks.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 10/1/17 8:28pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson (leg) suffered an apparent lower-leg injury in the fourth quarter of the Week 4 game against the Indianapolis Colts.
Huddle Up: Carson was being tackled, had his leg pinned under him awkwardly before being bent back. It certainly looked awful on the telecast, and he was down for several minutes before having his leg immobilized in an air cast and then he was carted off. More info when we know it. Eddie Lacy and J.D. McKissic will see more totes in his stead.
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