Doug Baldwin - WRPosted 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 - QBPosted 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 - TEPosted 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 - RBPosted 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 - RBPosted 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 - RBPosted 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 - RBPosted 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 - RBPosted 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 - RBPosted 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 - TEPosted 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 - WRPosted 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.
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 6/9/17 6:24pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise (shoulder) has been a full participant during OTAs.
Huddle Up: The signing of Eddie Lacy will likely limit Prosise to mainly third-down work, but he is dangerous enough in the passing game to grab as a RB4 in PPR formats.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 6/4/17 11:38am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy is taking part in a P90X, 30-day challenge this summer and has a 'nutrition team' whose intent is to help Lacy meet the weight clauses in his contract and keep him at or around the 245-pound mark at coach Pete Carroll wants him to play at during the season.
Huddle Up: Lacy battled weight issues that led to injuries in each of his last two seasons with the Green Bay Packers, and he took part in P90X last year. He has the ability to return to fantasy prominence if he can simply maintain his weight, and Seattle may be able to run the ball enough this year to help him accomplish that. Still, C.J. Prosise figures to steal passing-down work from him and Thomas Rawls is too talented not to get 100 to 125 carries. As such, Lacy should be considered a RB3/flex option.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 6/3/17 1:04pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy (ankle) should be a full participant once training camp begins, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Lacy has been limited during organized team activities because of an ankle injury.
Huddle Up: Lacy likely will be part of a committee at running back in 2017 but should receive a majority of the carries if he is in shape. He has struggled over the last two seasons with only three touchdowns but played well in his first two seasons in the NFL. Owners probably should consider Lacy a No. 3 running back in most leagues and possibly a low-end No. 2 in deeper leagues.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 6/2/17 6:53pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy (ankle) has been limited in OTAs, but he said Friday, June 2, that the injury is steadily progressing.
Huddle Up: Lacy could eventually work his way to the top of a crowded backfield, but that's far from a guarantee. Still, he has enough upside to gamble on in the middle rounds.
Russell Wilson - QBPosted 6/1/17 6:32pm ET
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson has looked great throwing the ball and 'great moving around' during OTAs, according to head coach Pete Carroll, and Carroll said he believes Wilson can be the best quarterback in the NFL.
Huddle Up: Wilson was hampered by injuries throughout last season, but he was still a low-end QB1 for fantasy owners. He is now the focal point of Seattle's offense, and his scrambling ability gives him enormous upside.
C.J. Prosise - RBPosted 5/29/17 9:35am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB C.J. Prosise could catch 60 passes in 2017 if he stays healthy, in the opinion of beat writer Sheil Kapadia. Prosise caught 17 of 18 targets for 208 yards (12.24 yards per reception) last season.
Huddle Up: Prosise probably won't run a lot, but he could be a Darren Sproles type of PPR target. Look for him in the RB4 range.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 5/19/17 12:50pm ET
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said this week the Seahawks will run the ball more often this season. The team added Eddie Lacy to a backfield that already had a pair of injury-prone players in C.J. Prosise and Thomas Rawls. 'We definitely will. We lost 100-something runs last year. And that was basically the story. That was basically the tale of why everything came about as it did. ? With the quarterback being a mess and the running back situation, everybody being banged up, we were just unable to find it. So I think we'll come roaring right back at it,' Carroll said.
Huddle Up: The offensive line was as much to blame for the drop of production in the running game as much as anything. Regardless, Lacy should lead the backfield in touches, while Rawls may be best-suited for a change-of-pace role given his injury history. Prosise figures to have a firm grasp on passing-down duties.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 5/18/17 2:58pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy can earn $1.3 million if he rushes for at least 1,200 yards this season. Rushing for a minimum of 800 yards will cash him in for $250,000, 900 yards will be $500,000, 1,000 yards will be $750,000 and $1,100 yards would earn him $1 million. He has already gained $55,000 for not exceeding 255 pounds.
Huddle Up: Lacy's incentives will be difficult to reach with Thomas Rawls in the fold. Lacy does have more appeal, though, and deserves a look as a low-end RB2 to high-end RB3 in standard leagues.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 5/15/17 6:33am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy is due for a weigh-in Monday, May 15. If he weighs 255 pounds or less, he'll earn $35,000.
Huddle Up: Lacy will have the chance to run the ball on first and second down in Seattle, and he'll be in the RB3 mix in fantasy.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 5/15/17 12:14pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy earned $55,000 Monday, May 15, for weighing 253 pounds -- two below the limit Seattle set for him.
Huddle Up: Lacy's weight has been an issue in the past, but he appears to be committed, at least for now, to get into football shape this offseason. Much was made of his P90X workouts last offseason, but an ankle injury sidelined Lacy for 11 games last season. He'll have a fresh start in Seattle, but he'll also be competing with Thomas Rawls and C.J. Prosise. A crowded backfield makes Lacy no more than a flex consideration in mid-to-late rounds.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 5/11/17 7:13pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy announced that he will begin a 30-day workout challenge June 1.
Huddle Up: Lacy's has battled weight issues throughout his career, but he should have a role as the power back for Seattle. He has the upside to be a fantasy starter if he stays in shape, and he is worth taking a chance on as a RB4.
Amara Darboh - WRPosted 4/28/17 8:54pm ET
The Seattle Seahawks selected WR Amara Darboh with the 106th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft Friday, April 28.
Huddle Up: Darboh doesn't have any elite traits, and at best, he could become a third receiver in the NFL. He doesn't need to be drafted at this point.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 4/20/17 4:57pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (leg) said he expects to be ready for training camp. He's 'itching to get going sooner' but said he will listen to the medical staff and keep the 'end game' in mind.
Huddle Up: Lockett's disappointing 2016 came to an end in Week 15 after sustaining a broken leg. Before that, he didn't really do much to excite his fantasy owners, ending up with 41 catches for 597 yards and just one touchdown. Thus, it'll be hard to trust him as a fantasy starter going into the new campaign.
Russell Wilson - QBPosted 4/14/17 7:01pm ET
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson hosted voluntary workouts ahead next week's official OTAs. 'It's about bringing guys together to work and be on the same page, communication, getting the signals down right, getting the routes, and the depth and the timing and everything in sync,' Wilson said.
Huddle Up: Wilson was banged up most of last year, but he still finished as a QB1. With his running ability, his ceiling is as high as any player at the position.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 4/1/17 8:05am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls should maintain a prominent role in the offense despite the addition of Eddie Lacy in free agency, according to ESPN's Sheil Kapadia.
Huddle Up: The rationale being Seattle hopes to save Lacy for the fourth quarter in order to wear defenses down, leaving Rawls to share time with Lacy and passing-down weapon C.J. Prosise over the first 45 minutes of the game. The crowded backfield isn't good for Rawls' early-season prospects, but Lacy's recent struggles with injuries and weight could allow Rawls to be more of a factor in fantasy as the season progresses. To begin the season, however, he could struggle to be anything more than a RB5.
Jimmy Graham - TEPosted 4/1/17 8:13pm ET
Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham is in no pain and feels 'the best he's felt in years,' according to head coach Pete Carroll, and Graham has been working with QB Russell Wilson this offseason.
Huddle Up: Graham is coming off his best year since joining Seattle, and he is locked in as a TE1 for 2017.
Thomas Rawls - RBPosted 3/27/17 6:07am ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls will be used as a complement to RB Eddie Lacy off the bench.
Huddle Up: The demotion could be a blessing in disguise for Rawls, who has struggled with injuries the last two years. There's also no guarantee that Lacy will make the team and stay healthy. C.J. Prosise will also be a complementary back, but Rawls will have some upside as an RB3 in fantasy.
Tyler Lockett - WRPosted 3/18/17 6:44pm ET
Seattle Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (leg) is ahead of schedule with his recovery from a broken leg and is expected to ready for Week 1 of the 2017 season.
Huddle Up: Lockett has big-play ability, but consistency has been an issue. Consider him a high-risk, high-reward flex candidate heading into next season.
Eddie Lacy - RBPosted 3/16/17 5:09pm ET
Seattle Seahawks RB Eddie Lacy's new contract includes incentives for each month he meets a target weight designated by the team. He earns an additional $55,000 for being at 255 pounds in May, 250 pounds in June through August and 245 pounds from September to December.
Huddle Up: It's a rather brilliant idea to ensure Lacy is at the desired playing weight so the team can maximize the potential on their new running back. However, that may not be the biggest roadblock the former Green Bay Packer deals with, as he was in fairly decent shape last year before injuries limited him to just five games, the fewest of his career. When he was healthy, Lacy actually looked good, registering a career-high 5.1 yards per carry.
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