Jimmy Graham - TEPosted 9/18/17 10:03am ET
Seattle Seahawks Jimmy Graham (ankle) came away from Week 2 with a sore ankle and it is 'unclear' at the moment if he will play in Week 3 versus the Tennessee Titans.
Huddle Up: Graham appeared to injure his left knee in Week 2 after getting rolled up while blocking on a running play, but it is possible he came away from the play with more pain in his ankle instead. At any rate, the 30-year-old has had a rough start to the season, committing some bad drops and getting blasted by defenders on at least a couple of occasions. He'll most likely turn it around when Seattle gets its passing game on track, but he needs to sit in fantasy leagues for the time being.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 9/17/17 8:29pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson finished with a team-high 20 carries for 93 yards and caught one pass for seven yards in a 12-9 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Week 2.
Huddle Up: Carson was given a chance to lead the backfield, and he performed well. If he is still available in your league, he should be one of the top waiver targets heading into Week 3.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 9/17/17 8:53pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett finished with six catches for 64 yards in a 12-9 win over the San Francisco 49ers in Week 2.
Huddle Up: Lockett bounced back a bit after a one-catch performance in the opener, but the Seattle offense remains out of sync overall. Lockett is worth owning in most formats, but he would be a risky start in Week 3 against the Titans.
Jimmy Graham - TEPosted 9/16/17 8:30pm ET
Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham didn't play the way the team expects him to play in Week 1, according to offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, but Bevell said he doesn't expect it to happen again.
Huddle Up: Graham managed just three catches for eight yards in the opener, but on the plus side, he was targeted seven times. Continue to deploy him as a TE1 against San Francisco in Week 2.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/15/17 3:32pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) practiced in full again on Friday, Sept. 15, and was removed from the injury report before Week 2's game against the San Francisco 49ers.
Huddle Up: Rawls appears to be in line to play, joining Eddie Lacy, C.J. Prosise and rookie Chris Carson in a crowded backfield in Seattle. It's a tough situation for fantasy owners, and one to avoid until one player emerges as the clear-cut touch leader.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/14/17 5:01pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) fully participated in practice Thursday, Sept. 14.
Huddle Up: Rawls likely will be active for Week 2 and may receive most of the carries during the game. Rawls could be at least a flex option in deeper fantasy leagues.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 9/13/17 11:32am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson has 'done really well,' and head coach Pete Carroll is 'anxious to see how he grows with us and if his role can expand as we find out more stuff.'
Huddle Up: Carson carried over his impressive preseason into the season opener against the Green Bay Packers, leading the team in snaps (26) and averaging 6.5 yards per carry while Eddie Lacy was held to three yards on five attempts and Prosise was limited to 11 yards on four carries. Starter Thomas Rawls is expected back this week, but his injury history makes Carson a strong hold or add in all leagues. Even with Rawls healthy, Carson may be on the verge of splitting carries with him.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/13/17 4:43pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) fully participated in practice Wednesday, Sept. 13.
Huddle Up: Rawls appears to have a good chance to play in Week 2 and could be the starting running back if he is active. He could be at least a flex option for owners if he receives a majority of the carries during the game.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/11/17 6:16pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) is expected to play in the team's Week 2 game, according to head coach Pete Carroll.
Huddle Up: Rawls has a good chance to start if he is active since Eddie Lacy struggled in Week 1. Owners in fantasy leagues could consider Rawls a No. 2 running back or a flex option.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/10/17 12:20pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) has been officially ruled out of the team's Week 1 game.
Huddle Up: Eddie Lacy should be the starting running back for the Seahawks in Week 1 and probably will receive most of the carries. He can be a No. 2 running back or flex option in leagues. Chris Carson should also have an increased role and could be a flex option in deeper leagues.
Russell Wilson - QBPosted 9/10/17 8:19pm ET
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson completed 14 of his 27 pass attempts for 158 yards and rushed two times for 40 yards in a 17-9 loss to the Green Bay Packers in Week 1.
Huddle Up: The Seattle offense looked out of sync all game, and the offensive line still looks shaky. Fantasy owners may have to accept that Wilson will lay the occasional egg, but he is a QB1 candidate against San Francisco in Week 2.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 9/10/17 8:37pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy had five carries for three yards in a 17-9 loss to the Green Bay Packers in Week 1.
Huddle Up: Lacy technically started, but Seattle went with a rotation in the backfield and Lacy was the least effective. He looked like the same ineffective back he has been the last couple of years. Feel free to hold on to him for a few more games, but be ready to cut him loose if the trend continues.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 9/10/17 8:44pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson carried six times for 39 yards in a 17-9 loss to the Green Bay Packers in Week 1.
Huddle Up: Carson was by far the most effective of Seattle's backs, building on a strong preseason. He likely earned some more touches going forward, and Carson is worth stashing in case he emerges as the feature back down the road.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/8/17 2:00pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) practiced in full on Friday, Sept. 8, but is still listed as questionable for Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers.
Huddle Up: The thinking is Rawls is likely to suit up, but with Eddie Lacy, C.J. Prosise and rookie Chris Carson providing ample depth, there is no need to rush Rawls or push him with other healthy bodies around.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 9/8/17 2:00pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (knee) practiced in full on Friday, Sept. 8, but he is still listed as questionable for Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers.
Huddle Up: If Lockett is to play his impact will be felt more in the return game than on offense, where he is currently slotted as the third receiver behind Doug Baldwin and Paul Richardson.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/8/17 3:11pm ET
Updating a previous report, Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) is expected to be a game-time decision for Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers, according to head coach Pete Carroll on Friday, Sept. 8.
Huddle Up: Rawls was able to practice for the entire week, including full participation on Friday, but with Eddie Lacy, C.J. Prosise and Chris Carson all healthy there is very little reason the Seahawks need to push Rawls and risk him aggravating his injury and sending him to the shelf for a longer period. He isn't a recommended play in seasonal fantasy or DFS play.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/7/17 5:52pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) was listed as a full participant in practice Thursday, Sept. 7.
Huddle Up: Rawls is in line to start Sunday's season opener for the Seahawks, but owners shouldn't be surprised if Eddie Lacy gets plenty of work as well against his former team. Even so, Rawls is still worth deploying in all leagues.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 9/7/17 6:11pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (knee) practiced in full for the second straight day Thursday, Sept. 7.
Huddle Up: There should be no concern over Lockett's availability on Sunday, but he's not exactly the most encouraging option to implement as a WR3 after a disappointing 2016. However, with Jermaine Kearse no longer in the fold, perhaps Lockett can get back on track with numbers reminiscent of his six-touchdown rookie campaign two years ago.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/6/17 1:05pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) is questionable to play in Week 1 with a high-ankle sprain.
Huddle Up: Eddie Lacy would start in the backfield if Rawls can't go. Lacy faces his former team in the Green Bay Packers, so there may be some extra pep behind his step. Still, don't start him as more than a flex.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/6/17 4:51pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) was listed as a full participant for practice on Wednesday, Sept. 6.
Huddle Up: Rawls is expected to start in Week 1 against the Packers, although you can expect to see plenty of Eddie Lacy against his former team, C.J. Prosise and rookie Chris Carson, too. It's unlikely the Seahawks will push Rawls too hard given their depth and the fact it is a long season.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 9/6/17 4:50pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (knee) was able to take part in a full practice session Wednesday, Sept. 6.
Huddle Up: Lockett is expected to be the team's primary return man and he'll be used in the passing game, too, although he finds himself behind Paul Richardson in the battle for the No. 2 job. It's expected to be an ongoing battle, as everyone scoots up a spot following the departure of Jermaine Kearse.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 9/5/17 2:52pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls is listed as the No. 1 running back on the Seahawks' depth chart. RB Eddie Lacy is listed as the backup, followed by RB C.J. Prosise.
Huddle Up: Lacy hasn't been terribly impressive in his first offseason with Seattle and did nothing to force the coaching staff to make him the starter. That being said, Rawls is no more than a flex consideration in Week 1.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 9/5/17 5:10pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (leg) is listed as Doug Baldwin's backup for the season opener against the Green Bay Packers and is listed as the primary kickoff and punt returner on the team's first official depth chart released on Tuesday, Sept. 5. "I'm ready. Last season was a freak accident. You've gotta control what you can control. I'm just happy to be back on the field," Lockett said.
Huddle Up: Lockett figures to see plenty of action in three-wide sets, but this pretty much removes whatever doubt there was about Paul Richardson starting opposite Baldwin. There is significant upside to be had with Lockett, but his injury history makes him hard to trust as anything more than a WR5 for now. His return is a boon to the Seahawks D/ST unit, however.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 9/5/17 9:42pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) is dealing with an ankle injury, and his status for Week 1 against the Green Bay Packers will be determined later in the week, according to the team's official website.
Huddle Up: Rawls has been beset by injury for the bulk of his short career, and it would not be a surprise if the Seahawks played things cautiously and decided to keep him out of the opener. Eddie Lacy would be expected to start if that happens, while C.J. Prosise is expected to handle passing-down work. If Rawls sits out, don't be surprised if Chris Carson ends up stealing the show.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 8/28/17 2:25pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (groin) returned to practice Monday, Aug. 28, while RB Thomas Rawls (ankle) is expected to return to practice Tuesday, Aug. 29, according to head coach Pete Carroll.
Huddle Up: Seattle's backfield is somewhat of a crapshoot at this point. Eddie Lacy, Rawls and Prosise will all share playing time as long as they're healthy. Prosise has more appeal in PPR formats, but Lacy and Rawls are being drafted extremely close to each other. If you do choose to select one of these backs, it's best to start them only in good matchups and as a flex.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 8/28/17 8:50pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (leg) will undergo the Regenokine process as treatment for his leg injury, head coach Pete Carroll announced Monday, August 28. Carroll said he'll be back in time for the club's preseason finale Thursday, August 31, and he isn't concerned with Lockett's injury.
Huddle Up: Lockett appears like he'll be fine for Week 1 of the regular season, but that doesn't mean he's a lock to contribute useful fantasy production out of the gate. After registering a disappointing campaign last year with just 41 catches for 597 yards and only one touchdown, Lockett is better suited for deeper formats and can be had towards the end of drafts.
Russell Wilson - QBPosted 8/25/17 8:07pm ET
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson completed 13 of his 19 passes for 200 yards and a touchdown and rushed three times for four yards against the Kansas City Chiefs in the preseason Friday, Aug. 25.
Huddle Up: Wilson was hampered by nagging injuries for much of last season, but he began to look like himself down the stretch. Look for him to provide midrange QB1 production this year.
Chris Carson - RBPosted 8/25/17 8:25pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Chris Carson rushed eight times for 46 yards and caught two passes for 44 yards against the Kansas City Chiefs in the preseason Friday, Aug. 25.
Huddle Up: Carson has impressed throughout the preseason, but he is part of a crowded backfield. That being said, Thomas Rawls and C.J. Prosise are nursing injuries and Eddie Lacy is far from the picture of health. Carson is at least worth keeping in mind heading into the season, and he could be worth a gamble as a late-round lottery ticket.
Jermaine Kearse - WRPosted 8/25/17 9:54pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Jermaine Kearse caught three passes for 59 yards in a 26-13 win over the Kansas City Chiefs Friday, Aug. 25.
Huddle Up: If Paul Richardson and Tyler Lockett are healthy for Week 1, which isn't a given, Kearse won't be worth owning. If Richardson and Lockett aren't ready or miss time during the year, scoop Kearse up off waivers.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 8/24/17 12:50pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RBs Thomas Rawls (ankle) and C.J. Prosise (groin) will both miss Seattle's Week 3 preseason tilt. Head coach Peter Carroll did say that both could play if it were the regular season.
Huddle Up: Eddie Lacy will be the Seahawks' primary carrier of the football this weekend. If Rawls can't get fully healthy by Week 1, then Lacy will be in line to start the season opener, too. When all are fully healthy, though, Rawls has the most upside in non-PPR formats.
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