Seattle Seahawks Depth Chart

Seattle Seahawks Depth Chart

NFC West
Stadium
CenturyLink Field
Head Coach
Pete Carroll
Offensive Coordinator
Brian Schottenheimer
Defensive Coordinator
Ken Norton Jr
Special Teams Coach
Brian Schneider
Defensive Scheme
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Team News
Carlos Hyde Deals With Hamstring Tightness For Week 8

Seattle Seahawks running back Carlos Hyde (hamstring) is battling hamstring tightness ahead of Sunday's game versus San Francisco. Hyde stepped in for Chris Carson (foot) during the team's loss to Arizona on Sunday, carrying the ball 15 times for 68 yards, including his second rushing score of the year. While Carson sounds determined to return for Sunday, Hyde would see a major role increase should Carson sit out, assuming that Hyde is able to fend off any lingering hamstring issues. Fantasy managers will want to target Hyde as an RB2/Flex if he's available on the waiver wire, although there is considerable risk associated due to both his own injury concerns, along with those of Carson. Check back throughout the week for updates on the Seahawks' backfield situation as it develops.

1 hours ago
Chris Carson Hopes To Miss Minimal Time With Injury

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson (foot) is likely to miss "some time" due to the foot injury that he sustained Sunday against Arizona, but he is reportedly hoping to return quickly. Carson has battled multiple injury issues thus far in 2020, but has not yet missed a game, even as his status for Sunday versus San Francisco is certainly not trending in the right direction. Carlos Hyde filled in once Carson left against the Cardinals and accumulated 68 yards and a touchdown on the ground; Hyde would figure to hold RB2 appeal once Carson is officially ruled out, although the veteran is dealing with a hamstring issue in his own right. In addition, Seattle could opt to focus even further upon its passing game in the coming weeks, which should be a boon for those fantasy managers relying upon Russell Wilson, DK Metcalf, and Tyler Lockett.

2 hours ago
Chris Carson Injured, Exits Game With Foot Sprain

Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson was forced from the Sunday Night Football game against the Arizona Cardinals with a foot injury. Coach Pete Carroll described it as a mid-foot sprain, and Carson will have an MRI to determine the extent of the injury. Carlos Hyde took over as the lead running back after Carson exited the game, after missing the last two games with his own injury, and is now looking like one of the top waiver wire adds for Week 8. Hyde racked up 15 carries for 68 yards and a touchdown, and also added three receptions for eight yards. Stay tuned for further updates on Carson's injury and how long he may be sidelined for.

13 hours ago
Seahawks Back To Waiting On Josh Gordon

After striking out on signing wide receiver Antonio Brown, the Seattle Seahawks are reportedly back to waiting on the league to potentially reinstate Josh Gordon in the coming weeks to help bolster a wide receiver corps that's really strong at the top with D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett but drops off quickly after. Of course, we've all been down the "will Josh Gordon be reinstated" road many times, so fantasy managers probably shouldn't be counting on Gordon to return to the field, even if the Seahawks seem to be.

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Russell Wilson Supports Antonio Brown

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said he thinks that free-agent wide receiver Antonio Brown deserves another chance in the NFL and is hoping that the Seahawks sign him. "From the conversations I've had with him, he's really been remorseful and he's been humbled along the way. Like I said, I pray that he can continue to grow, just like anybody," Wilson said. Brown and Wilson worked out together this summer and Brown is also close with backup Geno Smith. The 32-year-old Brown is serving an eight-game suspension for multiple violations of the NFL's personal-conduct policy. There is potential for further discipline from the league, though, so it isn't a guarantee that Brown will return after Week 8. Wilson has been an MVP candidate through six weeks and the Seahawks offense is the highest-scoring in the league, but Wilson is campaigning for another weapon. Brown is certainly worth a stash if you have the room, but there's no guarantee he'll play for Seattle or anyone else this year.

3 days ago