• Mike Davis - RB
    Posted 4/17/19 11:19pm ET

    Chicago Bears RB Mike Davis is set to serve as the team's primary ball carrier during the 2019 season, in the opinion of the Chicago Tribune's Brad Biggs.

    Huddle Up: With Jordan Howard gone and Tarik Cohen better suited as a situational player, Davis could be in line for a lot of touches after parlaying his 728-yard, five-touchdown season last year into a $6 million deal. If Biggs' projection holds up, Davis may offer some nice upside as a depth selection.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 4/16/19 12:04am ET

    An extension for Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson was not announced by the quarterback's self-imposed midnight PDT deadline on Tuesday, April 16.

    Huddle Up: Wilson is still under contract, and he is expected to be the team's quarterback through 2021. It's likely a deal is still worked out at some point. Wilson will still be a must-start option for many years to come, and this could make him even more dangerous from a fantasy perspective with a chip on his shoulder.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 4/16/19 2:05am ET

    Updating a previous report, the Seattle Seahawks and QB Russell Wilson agreed on a four-year contract worth $140 million early Tuesday, April 16, a source said. He surpasses Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers as the highest-paid player in the NFL.

    Huddle Up: The midnight PDT deadline came and went, but apparently the two sides continued to pound out a deal. It was a soft, arbitrary deadline. With or without the deal, the multi-talented Wilson is a must-start fantasy option heading into the 2019 season.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 4/14/19 10:28pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson will report for the first day of the offseason program on Monday, April 15. He was hoping to have a new contract in place beforehand, but he plans to report with or without a deal.

    Huddle Up: It appears that this contract situation might drag on into the postseason unless the sides suddenly announce something on Monday. While his contract status is uncertain, what is certain is that he will be a must-start fantasy option yet again in 2019.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 4/9/19 6:31pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson wants a new contract before April 15. If he doesn't get one, it would be assumed the Seahawks would franchise tag him for at least one year, which would be worth roughly $30.34 million in 2020. If they did it again in 2021 and 2022, the compensation would be about $36.4 million and $52.43 million, respectively. This was enough to make former NFL head coach Jack Del Rio, who appeared as a guest recently on the NFL Network, to suggest trading Wilson is a distinct possibility. '(D)on't be surprised if before it's all said and done when we line up for the season next year if Russell Wilson isn't quarterbacking somewhere else and the Seahawks haven't gone and gotten a quarterback they think (is) the future,' Del Rio said.

    Huddle Up: The thought of Wilson being traded is hard to swallow, but the cap hits in 2021 and 2022 would make it hard for any general manager to build a team, so the pressure to get something done only figures to increase as time goes by. At the moment, fantasy owners should be able to count on Wilson doing his usual thing, which is usually producing top-five numbers while sporting a stellar touchdown-to-interception ratio.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 4/6/19 2:52pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson gave Seattle until Monday, April 15, to reach a contract extension, but there has been 'very little progress' in those negotiations, according to a source. It remains a possibility that Wilson will be franchise tagged next offseason if the waiting game continues. Realistically, Wilson may want to be the highest paid player in the NFL (at least $34-35 million) or receive the highest guaranteed signing bonus (around $100 million).

    Huddle Up: Wilson deserves to be paid with how consistently successful he's played so far in his career, albeit with a less-than-ideal supporting cast. Deal or no deal, Wilson is in the mid-range QB1 discussion heading into a new season.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 4/3/19 5:21pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson plans to participate in the offseason workouts even though he wants a contract extension before the start of the workouts, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: It appears like Wilson will not hold out even if he does not receive a contract extension in the next few weeks. He has been one of the better fantasy quarterbacks over the last few seasons and should be a No. 1 quarterback in fantasy leagues in 2019.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 4/2/19 1:20pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson has made Monday, April 15, the deadline by which the Seahawks must complete negotiations on a new deal, according to a source. That day marks the beginning of Seattle's offseason program. Both sides reportedly started negotiating said new deal recently in hopes of achieving an agreement by the deadline. Wilson has one year left on his current four-year, $87.6 million contract.

    Huddle Up: Wilson deserves a new deal as one of the best and most consistent quarterbacks in the NFL. He's a perennial MVP candidate and QB1 in the fantasy realm. His fantasy value may not be as high as it has been in previous years, but he remains comfortably in QB1 territory.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 3/31/19 6:35pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson needs to be used 'as much as possible' in 2019, according to OT Duane Brown. 'At times, I think we ran the ball maybe a little bit too much, and that's kind of hard to say as a lineman,' Brown said.

    Huddle Up: Although Wilson's 3,448 passing yards in 2018 were his fewest since his second season, he did throw a career-high 35 touchdowns while logging a career-best pass rating. Even if Seattle sticks with a run-heavy approach, Wilson has shown he can still provide QB1 numbers.

  • Doug Baldwin - WR
    Posted 3/27/19 3:11pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (hernia) will miss six to eight weeks after his hernia surgery, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Carroll said three surgeries have taken their toll on Baldwin but that if anyone can pull through it, he can.

    Huddle Up: At 30 years old, Baldwin is over the hill in football years, and it's beginning to show. He was burdened by the injury bug last year and is not off to a good start this year. Tyler Lockett is coming off a career season and seems to be supplanting Baldwin as the Seahawks' more reliable receiver. Nonetheless, if Baldwin can get healthy and stay healthy he has WR2 appeal.

  • Doug Baldwin - WR
    Posted 3/26/19 7:45pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (hernia) is set to undergo sports hernia surgery in April, and head coach Pete Carroll recently told reporters he doesn't know 'conclusively' if that surgery will be the last one Baldwin has this offseason. However, Carroll added the team remains confident Baldwin will be able to play in 2019.

    Huddle Up: Baldwin has already undergone procedures on his knee and shoulder this offseason, so it goes without saying he must have been playing in a great deal of pain at various points last season. He may be able to play this season, but fantasy owners need to be smart about expecting too much from a player that probably won't have much time to get into football shape. He may still have WR2 upside, but he probably needs to be considered a high-risk WR3 until further notice.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 3/17/19 9:45am ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson told late-night talk show host Jimmy Fallon on Friday, March 15, that there's 'great potential' for Wilson to eventually become the highest-paid player in NFL history. Meanwhile, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has said this offseason that negotiations are 'ongoing' with Wilson, whose contract expires after the 2019 season.

    Huddle Up: Wilson threw for a career-high 35 TD passes last season on only 427 attempts -- his lowest single-season total since his second pro season in 2013. Meanwhile, Wilson rushed for 376 yards -- the second-lowest single-season total of his career -- while failing to rush for a TD for the first time in seven seasons. Expect some regression to the mean in both categories in 2019, and that still adds up to another QB1 campaign for Wilson.

  • Jason Myers - PK
    Posted 3/13/19 10:54am ET

    New York Jets impending free-agent PK Jason Myers agreed to a four-year deal worth $15-16 million with the Seattle Seahawks Wednesday, March 13, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: Myers was one of the most consistent kickers in the league last year and one of the few bright spots for the Jets. He fills a need on a good offense and can be drafted as a PK1.

  • Mike Davis - RB
    Posted 3/11/19 3:54pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks impending free-agent RB Mike Davis will sign an undisclosed contract with the Chicago Bears, according to a source.

    Huddle Up: There is a decent chance Davis has a meaningful role in 2019, provided the unknown contract details bear out. He could be in line to replace RB Jordan Howard as a complement to the explosive Tarik Cohen, since it has been no secret Chicago is looking to move on from Howard. If this ends up being the case, Davis is a No. 3 back with more value in standard scoring than PPR.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 3/1/19 9:51am ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson is expected to attend spring training with the New York Yankees for only a day or two, but it won't be as long as last season's six-day stint, a Seahawks beat reporter said Friday, March 1.

    Huddle Up: Wilson finished as a top-12 fantasy QB for the seventh time in seven seasons in 2018 but had a strange statistical year throwing a career-high 35 TD passes while failing to rush for one for the first time as a pro and posting the third-lowest passing yardage total (3,448) of his career. Average it out, though, and he remains a bona fide QB1 option in drafts.

  • Doug Baldwin - WR
    Posted 2/28/19 11:09am ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (knee, shoulder) underwent surgery on his ailing knee and shoulder this offseason, according to head coach Pete Carroll. He is rehabilitating and is expected to be ready for the regular season.

    Huddle Up: Baldwin was hampered by injuries throughout the 2018 season but "only" missed three games. He was a shell of himself mainly due to not being at full health and Tyler Lockett's emergence. If he does make a full recovery he can still be drafted as a WR2.

  • Rashaad Penny - RB
    Posted 2/28/19 6:23pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny will be given the chance to push for more playing time in 2019, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: Penny battled injuries throughout his rookie season, but he showed some burst when he was on the field, averaging 4.9 yards per carry. A committee between Penny and Chris Carson is likely on tap in 2019, but Penny has the better long-term upside for keeper leagues.

  • Chris Carson - RB
    Posted 2/28/19 6:29pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson and RB Rashaad Penny could form a 'one-two punch' in the backfield in 2019, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: After finishing fifth in the NFL in rushing last year, Carson figures to have the first chance to lead the backfield, but Penny's role should only grow. Carson could still have RB2 potential, but grabbing Penny as a handcuff would be a wise move.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 2/21/19 9:10am ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson was rumored Wednesday, Feb. 20, as possible option for the New York Giants due to his wife's preference to live in the Big Apple. But one Giants beat writer has broken down why the Wilson-Giants rumors are a real long shot to become reality, including Seattle's hefty return asking price in a trade and Wilson's franchise-QB pricetag compared with the relatively low cost of drafting a quarterback in the first round.

    Huddle Up: Wilson was the one of the few pillars the Seahawks decided to keep during their roster purge of the past few seasons, and now that they have a surplus of cap space to work with, look for Wilson to get a new contract soon and have the team build around him.

  • Rashaad Penny - RB
    Posted 2/15/19 7:33pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny will take 'control of the backfield' during spring and summer workouts, in the opinion of Dan Graziano of ESPN.com.

    Huddle Up: Once Penny was finally healthy, he actually performed well, averaging 4.9 yards per carry as a rookie. It remains to be seen if he can overtake Chris Carson, but as much as Seattle ran the ball in 2018, Penny should at least be a viable flex option next season.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 2/3/19 12:05pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson has not started contract extension talks with the team at this point, according to sources. Wilson is entering the final year of his contract.

    Huddle Up: Wilson likely will receive an extension at some point this offseason and should be with the Seahawks for many more years. He threw for 3,448 yards and 35 touchdowns in 2018 and also added 376 rushing yards. The Seahawks have become more of a running team, but Wilson can still be considered a No. 1 quarterback in fantasy leagues.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 1/10/19 9:59am ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson will attend spring training with the New York Yankees for the second straight year, his MLB agent Mark Rodgers said Thursday, Jan. 10.

    Huddle Up: Not your usual NFL offseason hobby but just a hobby nonetheless for fantasy's 10th-ranked QB, who ranked second in the league with a 8.2 touchdown-pass percentage.

  • Doug Baldwin - WR
    Posted 1/7/19 4:48pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin likely will be back with the Seahawks next season even though he dealt with multiple injuries in 2018.

    Huddle Up: Baldwin was limited to 13 games because of injuries this season and finished with 618 yards and five touchdowns. He should be the top option in the passing game for the Seahawks if he returns and can be a No. 3 fantasy receiver.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 1/7/19 4:41pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson will be a candidate for a contract extension this offseason, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

    Huddle Up: Wilson saw a dip in his passing yards this season but posted a career-high 35 passing touchdowns. He will continue to be one of the better quarterbacks in the NFL next season and should be considered a No. 1 quarterback in fantasy leagues.

  • Chris Carson - RB
    Posted 1/5/19 8:54pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson rushed 13 times for 20 yards and lost a yard on two receptions in a 24-22 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wild-card round Saturday, Jan. 5.

    Huddle Up: Carson topped 1,000 yards as the headliner of Seattle's top-ranked rushing attack, but he couldn't find any room against the tough Dallas defense. Rashaad Penny will likely take on a larger role in 2019, but RB2 production isn't out of the question for Carson.

  • Russell Wilson - QB
    Posted 1/5/19 8:50pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Russell Wilson completed 18 of his 27 passes for 233 yards and a touchdown and rushed three times for 14 yards and a score in a 24-22 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wild-card round Saturday, Jan. 5.

    Huddle Up: Wilson's comeback attempt came up just short. Even with Seattle shifting to a run-heavy approach this year, Wilson tossed a career-high 35 touchdowns. He will remain a QB1 candidate in 2019.

  • Tyler Lockett - WR
    Posted 1/5/19 9:02pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett caught four of six targets for 120 yards in a 24-22 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wild-card round Saturday, Jan. 5.

    Huddle Up: As has been the case all year, Lockett did his damage on big plays. He was one of the more dangerous deep threats this season, and he should be a high-risk, high-reward WR3 in 2019.

  • Rashaad Penny - RB
    Posted 1/5/19 8:59pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks RB Rashaad Penny rushed four times for 29 yards in a 24-22 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wild-card round Saturday, Jan. 5.

    Huddle Up: Thanks to Dallas shutting down Chris Carson, Penny actually led the team in rushing in the loss. Still, the rookie was one of the bigger fantasy busts this year. He should have a chance to carve out a bigger role in 2019, but with Carson impressing, a committee is probably the best-case scenario for Penny.

  • Doug Baldwin - WR
    Posted 1/5/19 9:08pm ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin caught three of his six targets for 32 yards in a 24-22 loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wild-card round Saturday, Jan. 5.

    Huddle Up: Baldwin's lackluster season came to a quiet end, but he battled a nagging knee issue from the beginning. Assuming he is healthier for 2019, he could be sneaky rebound pick for fantasy owners.

  • Tyler Lockett - WR
    Posted 1/4/19 10:53am ET

    Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett caught 57 of his 70 targets from Russell Wilson in 2018. Lockett was not charged with a single drop pass and his average reception was caught 13 yards beyond the line of scrimmage. The Wilson-to-Lockett duo was also 14-of-17 on passes thrown at least 20 yards downfield, according to Sports Info Solutions.

    Huddle Up: As it relates to this weekend's playoff game against the Chicago Bears, Lockett runs into the defense that allowed 23 percent of downfield passes (at least 20 yards) to be completed - lowest in the league. As it relates to his fantasy prospects for 2019, Lockett is a prime candidate for touchdown and efficiency regression. Owners should view this season as his ceiling and what can happen when everything falls into place for him, but chances are Lockett will be no better than a WR3 next season.

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