Bobby Wagner

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Height / Weight
6'0" / 242 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
June 27, 1990 (30)
Experience
9th Season
Drafted
2012 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 47 (SEA)
College
Utah State

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Bobby Wagner News

Bobby Wagner Unlikely To Need Surgery

Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner (ankle, knee) was told by doctors that he had new injuries to his knee and ankle during the team's annual exit examination on Monday. Wagner said the injuries aren't major and he should be fine for the start of training camp in late July. Head coach Pete Carroll said that Wagner will not require surgery. Despite playing through injuries this year, Wagner once again led the league in tackles and became an All-Pro for the fifth time in eight seasons in the NFL. He was also selected to his sixth straight Pro Bowl, but he may not play in the game because of his injuries. The 29-year-old is a tackling machine with 100-plus tackles in all eight of his NFL seasons. He'll remain high on the IDP radar at the linebacker position again in 2020.

Jan. 14th • 3:16 PM
Bobby Wagner, Quandre Diggs Sprain Ankles

The Seattle Seahawks Defense came up big with a win over Carolina even though they were banged up to start the game and lost more firepower as the game went on. Already missing Jadeveon Clowney (flu) and Mychal Kendricks (hamstring), Seattle lost both Bobby Wagner and Quandre Diggs to sprained ankles during the game. Afterwards, Wagner told reporters that his ankle was fine and was cracking jokes while walking without a limp, but head coach Pete Carroll said Diggs' injury seemed to be more serious. Diggs may miss next week's game against Arizona.

Dec. 16th • 12:46 AM
Bobby Wagner Headlines Struggling Defense

Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner is still in the upper echelon in tackles for this season, but that's not necessarily a good thing. The Seahawks Defense got lit up by the Bucs on Sunday as they hung 418 total yards and 34 points on Seattle. Wagner accounted for one of the defense's two sacks, but overall, Seattle struggled to put any consistent pressure on Jameis Winston. Winston completed over 56% of his passes for the first time in four weeks, and this was just his third game this season without an interception. Wagner and the rest of the Seahawks are going to need to do better if they're going to beat the 49ers next week. They should do so while living on someone's fantasy bench.

Nov. 4th • 1:57 AM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Russell Wilson
Geno Smith
RB Chris Carson
Carlos Hyde
LWR Tyler Lockett
David Moore
RWR DK Metcalf
John Ursua
SWR Phillip Dorsett II
Freddie Swain
TE Greg Olsen
Will Dissly
LT Duane Brown
Jamarco Jones
LG Ethan Pocic
Mike Iupati
C B.J. Finney
Jordan Roos
RG Phil Haynes
Damien Lewis
RT Cedric Ogbuehi
Brandon Shell
LDE L.J. Collier
Benson Mayowa
LDT Jarran Reed
Demarcus Christmas
RDT Poona Ford
Cedrick Lattimore
LEO Bruce Irvin
Rasheem Green
SLB Jordyn Brooks
Shaquem Griffin
MLB Bobby Wagner
Cody Barton
ROLB K.J. Wright
Ben Burr-Kirven
LCB Shaquill Griffin
Neiko Thorpe
SS Bradley McDougald
Lano Hill
FS Quandre Diggs
Marquise Blair
RCB Tre Flowers
Quinton Dunbar
NB Ugo Amadi
K Jason Myers