Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense8th137.5 (4th)236.9 (14th)
Defense26th117.7 (22nd)263.9 (27th)
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33Adams, Jamal SS6-121310/17/19953LSU
28Amadi, Ugo SAF5-92015/16/19972Oregon
57Barton, Cody LB6-223711/13/19962Utah
44Bellore, Nick FB6-12505/12/198910Central Michigan
56Brooks, Jordyn LB6-024010/21/1997RTexas Tech
76Brown, Duane T6-43158/30/198513Virginia Tech
55Burr-Kirven, Ben LB6-02309/8/19972Washington
32Carson, Chris RB5-112229/16/19944Oklahoma State
91Collier, L.J. DE6-22919/12/19952TCU
31Dallas, DeeJay RB5-102179/16/1998RMiami (FL)
4Dickson, Michael P6-22081/4/19963Texas
37Diggs, Quandre FS5-91981/22/19936Texas
89Dissly, Will TE6-42657/8/19963Washington
22Dunbar, Quinton CB6-22027/22/19925Florida
 Dunlap, Carlos DE6-62852/28/198911Florida
21Flowers, Tre CB6-32036/2/19953Oklahoma State
97Ford, Poona DT5-1131011/19/19953Texas
61Fuller, Kyle G6-53203/4/19942Baylor
94Green, Rasheem DE6-42795/15/19973USC
26Griffin, Shaquill CB6-01987/20/19954UCF
49Griffin, Shaquem OLB6-02277/20/19953UCF
19Hart, Penny WR5-81807/5/19961Georgia State
60Haynes, Phil G6-432210/19/19952Wake Forest
86Hollister, Jacob TE6-424511/18/19934Wyoming
25Homer, Travis RB5-102028/7/19982Miami (FL)
30Hyde, Carlos RB6-02299/20/19907Ohio State
70Iupati, Mike G6-53315/12/198711Idaho
73Jones, Jamarco T6-42936/4/19963Ohio State
68Lewis, Damien G6-23273/21/1997RLSU
16Lockett, Tyler WR5-101829/28/19926Kansas State
95Mayowa, Benson DE6-32658/3/19918Idaho
14Metcalf, DK WR6-422912/14/19972Ole Miss
92Mone, Bryan DT6-336610/20/19951Michigan
83Moore, David WR6-02151/15/19954East Central (OK)
99Moore, Damontre DE6-42609/11/19926Texas A&M
5Myers, Jason K5-101905/12/19916Marist
35Neal, Ryan SS6-320012/24/19951Southern Illinois
74Ogbuehi, Cedric T6-53084/25/19926Texas A&M
88Olsen, Greg TE6-52553/11/198514Miami (FL)
69Ott, Tyler LS6-32532/28/19926Harvard
84Parkinson, Colby TE6-72511/8/1999RStanford
20Penny, Rashaad RB5-112202/2/19963San Diego State
77Pocic, Ethan C6-63208/5/19954LSU
23Randall, Damarious SS5-111968/29/19926Arizona State
32Reed, D.J. FS5-919311/11/19963Kansas State
90Reed, Jarran DT6-330612/16/19925Alabama
98Robinson, Alton DE6-32596/2/1998RSyracuse
72Shell, Brandon T6-53242/6/19925South Carolina
66Simmons, Jordan G6-43397/15/19943USC
7Smith, Geno QB6-322110/10/19908West Virginia
34Stephens, Linden CB6-01933/21/19951Cincinnati
18Swain, Freddie WR6-01998/4/1998RFlorida
58Taylor, Darrell DE6-42673/24/1997RTennessee
54Wagner, Bobby MLB6-02426/27/19909Utah State
82Willson, Luke TE6-52551/15/19908Rice
3Wilson, Russell QB5-1121511/29/19889Wisconsin
50Wright, K.J. OLB6-42467/23/198910Mississippi State
Injured Players
27Blair, Marquise (IR) SAF6-11967/18/19972Utah
39Carr, Patrick (IR) RB5-102059/22/1995RHouston
11Dorsett, Phillip (IR) WR5-101921/5/19936Miami (FL)
42Hill, Lano (IR) SAF6-121611/26/19954Michigan
51Irvin, Bruce (IR) OLB6-325811/1/19879West Virginia
93Jackson, Branden (IR) DE6-429511/11/19924Texas Tech
23Thorpe, Neiko (IR) CB6-22102/11/19908Auburn
93Walden, Erik (IR) LB6-22508/21/198511Middle Tennessee
Practice Squad
 Acy, DeMarkus CB6-21954/29/1998RMissouri
41Armstrong, Ray-Ray LB6-32203/5/19918Miami (FL)
 Divinity, Michael LB6-22415/13/1997RLSU
2Etling, Danny QB6-32207/22/19941LSU
17Fuller, Aaron WR5-111889/30/1997RWashington
 Harrison, Damon DT6-335011/29/19889William Penn
38Heslop, Gavin CB6-019711/13/1997RStony Brook
 Kendricks, Mychal LB5-112409/28/19909California
75Lattimore, Cedrick DT6-33002/6/1998RIowa
85Mabry, Tyler TE6-324711/21/1996RMaryland
29Stanley, Jayson DB6-22074/24/19971Georgia
87Sullivan, Stephen TE6-524511/28/1996RLSU
81Thompson, Cody WR6-22051/11/19961Toledo
15Ursua, John WR5-91821/17/19942Hawaii
75Wheeler, Chad T6-73181/19/19943USC
Suspended Players
 Gordon, Josh WR6-32254/13/19915Utah
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Position Listing
Geno Smith
Smith agreed to a one-year contract with the Seahawks on Thursday, Jeremy Fowler of reports.

Smith rejoins the team that employed him as a backup last season, though the assignment resulted in no snaps during the 2019 regular season. He should presumably return to that role, though undrafted rookie Anthony Gordon may also get a look in training camp.

Damarious Randall
Randall was signed to the 53-man roster by the Seahawks on Wednesday via the practice squad, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

The 28-year-old saw action in one game with the Seahawks this season, failing to log a fantasy-relevant stat across six total snaps. Now that he's back on the 53-man roster, expect Randall to have a limited role in the defense should he suit up in Sunday's game against Arizona.

Chris Carson
Coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Carson (foot) will be held out of practice until the end of the week, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.

This means Carson likely won't practice Wednesday or Thursday, but the ambiguous phrasing leaves the possibility that he could return to the field for Friday's session. The 26-year-old running back is dealing with a mid-foot sprain that makes him week-to-week, but Carson has played through a myriad of injuries in his career, including a knee sprain back in Week 4. However, he practiced during the week with the knee sprain, and it appears he'll take a different course of action this week. Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic believes that Carson is trending toward a game-time decision as a result, and fantasy managers should be prepared to pivot off Carson. It's tough to find a viable option in Seattle's backfield, however, as Carlos Hyde (hamstring) and Travis Homer (knee) won't be full participants in Wednesday's practice. DeeJay Dallas is the only running back with a clean bill of health heading into Sunday's matchup against San Francisco.

Foot - Questionable for Week 9 at Buffalo
Alton Robinson
Robinson made three tackles in Sunday's 27-26 win over the Vikings.

The rookie fifth-rounder was a healthy scratch for the first two games of the season before making his NFL debut in Week 3 and recording a 37 percent snap share and a sack. He's maintained a similar workload in both games since then and now has five tackles -- three for a loss -- a sack and two quarterback pressures through three games. Robinson's been productive from the first snap, so it's worth keeping an eye on how the rookie progresses.

Damon Harrison
Seattle signed Harrison to the practice squad Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Harrison had remained a free agent since being released by the Lions back in February, but he'll now join Seattle as an emergency reserve option. The 31-year-old dealt with numerous lower-body injuries in 2019, but he could be provide Seattle with valuable interior depth if he's back to full health.

Cody Barton
Barton recorded 14 tackles (nine solo) in Sunday's 27-26 win over the Vikings.

With Jordyn Brooks (knee) out of the lineup, Barton started at weak-side linebacker. Despite playing only 68 percent of the defensive snaps, Barton managed to tie Bobby Wagner for the team high in tackles. The 2019 third-round pick showed some true promise in primetime, but his role could be uncertain if Brooks returns after the team's Week 6 bye.

K.J. Wright
Wright recorded three tackles, an interception and a fumble recovery in Sunday's 27-26 win over the Vikings.

Wright excelled in coverage yet again, reeling in his first interception of the season and setting up the Seahawks to score on the next play. The veteran linebacker also iced the game by recovering a Kirk Cousins fumble at the end of the fourth quarter. The tackle count has been a bit flaky this year with three games of four or fewer stops and two games of eight or more, but he's finding other ways to pad his stats.

Cedric Ogbuehi
Ogbuehi (pectoral) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

Ogbuehi appears ready to make his season debut in Sunday's game versus the Dolphins. He'll serve as a backup tackle to Brandon Shell and Duane Brown (knee).

Ray-Ray Armstrong
Armstrong signed a deal with the Cowboys on Tuesday, Todd Archer of reports.

Armstrong worked out for Dallas last week and joins the team for depth at linebacker after Leighton Vander Esch (neck) was placed injured reserve. The 28-year-old will likely fill a role on special teams as he did in five games with the Saints earlier this season.

Lano Hill
The Seahawks placed Hill (back) on injured reserve Wednesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

Hill has already missed three games with this back injury, and now that he's on IR, he'll be required to miss three more. The Seahawks signed 2015 first-round pick Damarious Randall off the practice squad in a corresponding move to add depth behind starters Jamal Adams (groin) and Quandre Diggs. Hill will be eligible to return Week 10 against the Rams.

Back - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 10
Michael Dickson
Dickson averaged 45.1 yards per punt and landed 34 punts inside the 20-yard line in 2019.

It was always going to tough for Dickson to follow up his All-Pro rookie season, when he recorded 48.2 yards per punt -- second in the league -- but he at least landed more punts inside the 20 than he did in 2018 (28). In fact, his mark this season (34) ranked third in the league. The Australian punter is locked in as the Seahawks' punter again in 2020.

Mychal Kendricks
Kendricks signed with Seattle's practice squad Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Kendricks believes that he's healthy after tearing his ACL in December, and he'll try to work his way up to the main roster for a Seahawks team for which he played in 2018 and 2019.

DeeJay Dallas
Dallas caught two of three targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Cardinals.

Chris Carson left in the second quarter with a foot injury, opening the door for Dallas to get on the field after logging no offensive snaps in Seattle's last game. The rookie was solid in his opportunities, and he could be counted on more moving forward because Travis Homer also exited with a knee contusion. If both Carson and Homer are forced to sit out next week against the 49ers, Dallas would line up as the No. 2 running back, a role that would yield a handful of touches.

Josh Gordon
The Seahawks remain hopeful that Gordon (suspension) will be reinstated by the NFL in the coming weeks, though the team has yet to receive an official timeline on a decision from the league, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports.

The NFL banned Gordon indefinitely last December for violating the league's policy on performance-enhancing substances and substances of abuse, marking the sixth suspension of his career. Though Gordon applied for reinstatement July 17 and reached an agreement in early September to re-sign with Seattle, he's stuck in a holding pattern while he waits for the league to approve his request to resume his career. Garafolo speculates that the NFL may be viewing Gordon's indefinite suspension as a year-long one, in which case the wideout might not be cleared to play until Week 10. His previous violation is believed to have occurred after Week 9 of the 2019 campaign, as the Patriots mysteriously chose to waive him around that time before news of his suspension became public knowledge just under two months later.

Suspension - Suspended indefinitely
Cody Thompson
The Seahawks waived Thompson on Saturday, Brady Henderson of reports.

Thompson impressed with his playmaking abilities during training camp, but the second-year pro was beaten out by rookie Freddie Swain and Josh Gordon (suspension) for the final roster spots. He spent time on the Seahawks' practice squad in 2019 and will likely end up in the same place if he clears waivers.

Ryan Neal
Neal made nine tackles (eight solo) in Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Cardinals.

An undrafted free agent out of Southern Illinois, Neal suited up just four games and didn't play a defensive snap over his first two seasons in the league. He's leaving no doubt about his abilities this year, however, as he's started the last three games at strong safety while Jamal Adams (groin) has been sidelined. Neal has been dynamic in the process, generating 27 tackles (23 solo), four pass breakups and two interceptions. Adams could return to the lineup this Sunday against the 49ers and would immediately retake the starting job, but Neal should maintain a role on Seattle's defense moving forward.

Colby Parkinson
Parkinson (foot) returned to practice Monday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

The rookie fourth-round pick as been on the reserve/non-football injury list all season, but his return to the active roster appears to be on the horizon. Parkinson was also on the NFI list for all of training camp, so it could take awhile for him to get up to speed.

Stephen Sullivan
Sullivan was waived by the Seahawks on Saturday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

The Seahawks selected Sullivan in the seventh round of April's draft with hopes that the 6-foot-5, 245-pound wide receiver could be converted to tight end. However, the LSU product couldn't effectively make the switch, so the Seahawks opted to keep four established tight ends. If Sullivan clears waivers, expect the Seahawks to continue to develop him on the practice squad.

Poona Ford
Ford (calf) was back at practice Monday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.

Ford missed about a week of practice time while dealing with the calf issue and was back to first-team reps Monday. The 24-year-old filled a starting role last season and racked up 32 tackles (21 solo), and he's expected to reprise it in 2020 with little competition behind him.

Marquise Blair
The Seahawks placed Blair (torn ACL) on injured reserve Wednesday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.

Blair was due for a big sophomore season, as he outright won the nickel safety job over Ugo Amadi. He went down early in Week 2's win over the Patriots, though, and he's been ruled out for the season. Blair will look to rehab and secure the same role next season, but for the time being, Amadi, Lano Hill and Tre Flowers (finger) will likely rotate into nickel packages.

Knee - ACL - Injured Reserve
Chad Wheeler
Wheeler was promoted to the Seahawks' 53-man roster Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

Starters Duane Brown (knee) and Mike Iupati (neck) are both dealing with injuries, so Wheeler will add depth to the Seahawks' offensive front in Sunday's divisional-round matchup versus the Packers.

Darrell Taylor
Coach Pete Carroll said Taylor (leg) still has no clear timeline for return from reserve/non-football injury list, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.

Carroll said he was excited about getting the rookie second-rounder into the lineup, but he wasn't confident that Taylor would be ready to return Week 7 against the 49ers -- the first game he's eligible to play. For the time being, L.J. Collier and Benson Mayowa will start at defensive end, but both Alton Robinson and Damontre Moore have handled decent workloads.

Leg - NFI-R for Week 9 at Buffalo
Linden Stephens
Stephens was signed to the Seahawks active roster Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

Stephens has spent the first two weeks of the season on Seattle's practice squad, but with Marquise Blair (knee) out for the year, the Seahawks are in need of depth at the safety position. Stephens should slot in behind starters Jamal Adams and Quandre Diggs and play a special teams role going forward.

Carlos Hyde
Coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Hyde's hamstring injury is "not major", Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.

Carroll used the term "tightness" when describing Hyde's injury earlier in the week, and he reiterated Wednesday that this isn't a serious issue. That prognosis should be taken with a grain of salt, as Carroll's often overly optimistic about his players' injury statuses, and he's talking about a 30-year old running back with a soft-tissue injury. However, Hyde carries a strong upside if he's able to play because Chris Carson (foot) is very questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the 49ers, and Travis Homer (knee) was held out of practice Wednesday. We'll know more as the practice week progresses, but at this point, DeeJay Dallas is the only Seahawks running back that's fully healthy heading into Week 8.

Hamstring - Questionable for Week 9 at Buffalo
Damien Lewis
Lewis (ankle) will play in Sunday's matchup against Miami.

Lewis saw just five snaps in Week 3 after he suffered a sprained ankle but won't miss anymore time. Now that the rookie third-rounder is healthy, he'll assume his usual role as the starting right guard.

Danny Etling
The Seahawks waived Etling on Saturday, Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports.

Etling and undrafted rookie Anthony Gordon were both cut by the Seahawks, leaving just Russell Wilson and Geno Smith on the roster. The team hopes to retain Etling on the practice squad as an emergency backup quarterback.

Jason Myers
Myers hit both field-goal attempts and all four extra points in Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Cardinals.

The Seahawks' hyper-efficient offense left Myers in the dark over the first five games, as he attempted two field goals and a whopping 21 extra points in that stretch, connecting on each one. The Cardinals stopped the Seahawks a couple of times in the first half, affording Myers a chance to make up for lost time with field goals from 41 and 44 yards. The Seahawks still lead the league in red-zone percentage (85.7), but Myers is still attached to the league's highest-scoring offense and should be rostered in fantasy formats. He has a favorable Week 8 matchup, too, as the 49ers' defense has allowed opponents to score on just 46.7 percent of red-zone trips, third in the league.

Travis Homer
Homer (knee) won't participate in Wednesday's practice, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.

Coach Pete Carroll said that Homer, who is dealing with a knee contusion, is "moving better" than he was Tuesday, indicating that the second-year running back could be doing some work on a side field to start the practice week. Still, Homer needs to get on the practice field in some capacity by Friday to have a chance to play Sunday against the 49ers. If he's able to suit up, his role in the backfield is dependant on whether Chris Carson (foot) and Carlos Hyde (hamstring) are able to shake their respective injuries. However, if Homer is able to suit up, he'll handle the typical third-down role that he earned by virtue of his superb pass-blocking skills, regardless of if Carson and/or Hyde play.

Knee - Questionable for Week 9 at Buffalo
D.J. Reed
Reed (pectoral) received the return designation and will be back at practice this week, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

The 23-year-old has been on the NFI list all season after suffer the torn pectoral in early July. Reed figures to provide depth in the secondary once he's ready to join the active roster.

DK Metcalf
Metcalf caught two of five targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 37-34 overtime loss to the Cardinals.

Something about the Cardinals seems to bring Metcalf back down to earth, as he produced just one reception for six yards over two games against the division rivals last year, and the second-year pro was stymied yet again after a brilliant start to the season. While he barely made a dent on offense, Metcalf arguably made the play of the night. When Russell Wilson tossed an interception to Budda Baker at Arizona's goal line, Metcalf chased Baker down and tackled him at the three-yard line, saving a touchdown since the Cardinals ended up turning the ball over on downs. That may have been the finest display of Metcalf's game-breaking speed we've seen to date, and it's a strong reminder of why fantasy managers shouldn't be shooed away by one underwhelming performance. The 22-year-old averaged 99.2 receiving yards per game and scored five total touchdowns before the Week 6 bye, and he'll look to get back on track against the 49ers next Sunday.

Ethan Pocic
Pocic (knee/ankle) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

Pocic emerged from Week 3's win over the Cowboys with knee and ankle injuries, but it appears he's healthy enough to play. He's on track to draw his usual start at center in Miami on Sunday.

Greg Olsen
Olsen caught two of three targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Cardinals.

Olsen was inches away from a solid fantasy day, as he appeared to catch a 23-yard touchdown pass in the first quarter, but upon an official review, the call was reversed, as the veteran tight end didn't get both feel down. It's been an underwhelming campaign for Olsen despite being part of the highest-scoring offense in the league, as he's posted a 17-158-1 line through the first six games. Furthermore, he's starting to lose ground to third-year tight end Will Dissly, who recorded two receptions for 38 yards while playing just three fewer snaps than Olsen on Sunday.

Nick Bellore
Bellore re-signed with the Seahawks on Monday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

Bellore was cut Saturday but is back with the team and ready for his 10th NFL season. The fullback logged just 29 offensive snaps last season and mainly worked on special teams.

Freddie Swain
Swain caught two of three targets for 32 yards in Sunday's 31-23 win over the Dolphins.

Swain snagged exactly one pass in each of the first three games, but he was on Russell Wilson's radar more in Week 4. The rookie sixth-rounder nearly reeled in an end-zone target, too, but he failed to get both feet down despite an acrobatic effort. The Seahawks like Swain's potential, as he finished third among the team's wideouts by playing 27 of 63 offensive snaps (43 percent), although David Moore (3-95-1) was more productive on fewer opportunities.

Jamal Adams
Adams (groin/illness) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

Coach Pete Carroll said earlier Wednesday that Adams would practice in a limited fashion after missing the last three games with a groin injury, but the All-Pro safety ultimately sat out the session. Adams' status for Sunday's game against the 49ers was already uncertain due to his groin injury, and adding the illness casts further doubt on his availability. Thursday's session will be more revealing about his health. Ryan Neal will start at strong safety if Adams misses Sunday's divisional tilt.

Groin - Questionable for Week 9 at Buffalo
Jayson Stanley
Stanley was claimed off waivers by the Seahawks on Tuesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

Stanley found a new home quickly after the Jaguars waived him Monday. The Georgia product didn't make his NFL debut in 2019 after going undrafted last spring.

Duane Brown
Brown (knee) is officially active for Sunday's clash against the Packers.

Brown missed last week's playoff game against the Eagles, but will make a surprising return to the field after he underwent meniscus surgery. Now that the veteran is officially healthy enough to play, he's expected to assume his usual starting role as the team's left tackle.

Neiko Thorpe
The Seahawks placed Thorpe (sports hernia) on injured reserve Wednesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

Coach Pete Carroll said that Thorpe's placement on IR comes because he's exhibiting sports hernia symptoms, per Boyle, but he declined to reveal whether the veteran cornerback will require surgery. Thorpe played a depth role during Seattle's first two games of the season.

Sports Hernia - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 9
Benson Mayowa
Mayowa (groin) is officially active for Sunday's game against the Cowboys.

Mayowa came into the weekend with a questionable tag after not practicing Wednesday and Thursday, however, he's progressed well enough to play. Now healthy, the Idaho product is expected to handle his usual starting role at defensive end.

Ankle - Questionable for Week 9 at Buffalo
Brandon Shell
Shell agreed Wednesday with the Seahawks on a two-year, $11 million contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Shell stands to replace Germain Ifedi as the Seahawks' top right tackle heading into the 2020 season. The 28-year-old will also bring added versatility to Seattle's offensive front, having handled snaps at right guard and even tight end in the past.

Mike Iupati
Iupati (back) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Cardinals.

Iupati was limited in practice all week, but the Seahawks have decided to sideline Iupati for a second straight game. Jordan Simmons started at left guard Week 5 against the Vikings and is expected to remain in that role on Sunday Night Football.

Back - Questionable for Week 9 at Buffalo
David Moore
Moore caught all three targets for 54 yards in Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Cardinals. He also added a four-yard carry.

It was the Tyler Lockett show for Seattle, as the star receiver caught 15 passes for 200 yards and three scores, but Moore made some key plays to keep drives alive. Each pass he caught went for a first down, including a third-down conversion in the fourth quarter that set up a Lockett touchdown just a few plays later. Moore's not a weekly play in redraft fantasy formats, but he has a rare big-play ability and remains a tournament DFS play.

Kyle Fuller
Fuller saw his roster exemption lift Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports.

Fuller was suspended two games for violating the NFL's policy on substances of abuse but saw that ban be lifted Monday. The Seahawks made a corresponding move to allow Fuller to return to the 53-man roster, so he'll likely assume depth lineman duties for the team going forward.

Phil Haynes
Haynes (hip) was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday, Brady Henderson of reports.

Haynes will return to practice this week and could suit up for Sunday's game against the 49ers. The 2019 fourth-round pick isn't expected to join the starters, but he'll add key depth down the stretch, especially after the Seahawks traded B.J. Finney to Cincinnati on Wednesday.

Hip - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 9
Quandre Diggs
Diggs was ejected in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Patriots for a helmet-to-helmet hit on N'Keal Harry, Mike Giardi of NFL Network reports.

Lano Hill is expected to cover for Diggs the rest of the way, with Marquise Blair also getting some looks at safety when he isn't performing nickel corner duties. Diggs will likely be fined for his hit, but a suspension is unlikely.

Shaquill Griffin
Griffin (concussion/hamstring) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

Griffin departed this past Sunday's loss to the Cardinals with a concussion, and he's dealing with a hamstring injury as well. Both issues will be tough to recover from in time for the Week 8 matchup against San Francisco, but he'll have a chance to play if he can return to practice by Friday. Tre Flowers is expected to start at cornerback opposite Quinton Dunbar if Griffin can't go.

Concussion - Questionable for Week 9 at Buffalo
Cedrick Lattimore
No Updates
Tyler Lockett
Lockett caught 15 of 19 targets for 200 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's 37-34 overtime loss to the Cardinals.

After a pair of underwhelming games leading up to the Week 6 bye, Lockett came out of the gate firing, making a spectacular 35-yard, one-handed grab on the first play of the evening and catching his fifth touchdown of the year just five plays later. The speedy wideout caught a handful of dink-and-dunk passes the rest of the half before reeling in another score on a 47-yard moonball from Russell Wilson with 43 seconds left in the second quarter. Lockett remained Wilson's favorite target for the rest of the game, and for the grand finale, he showcased his body control by corraling a lofted pass in the end zone and getting both feet down to put the Seahawks up 10 points with six minutes left in the game. However, the magic was quickly overshadowed by a Cardinals comeback effort that handed the Seahawks their first loss of the season. Nevertheless, this was Lockett's second three-touchdown performance of the season, and he set career highs in receptions and receiving yards in this contest. He'll look to keep the momentum rolling Week 8 when the 49ers come to town.

Bryan Mone
Mone signed his exclusive rights tender with the Seahawks on Thursday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

Mone landed in Seattle as an undrafted free agent last May and proceeded to log two stints on the 53-man roster. Overall, he played in five games (including playoffs), averaging 21.2 defensive snaps per contest en route to six tackles. He'll again provide depth to the defensive interior in 2020.

Penny Hart
The Seahawks are promoting Hart to the active roster from the practice squad Tuesday, Brady Henderson of reports.

Hart's forthcoming promotion could be an indication that Phillip Dorsett (foot), David Moore (ankle) and John Ursua (leg) aren't all locks to be available Sunday against Atlanta. He spent time on Seattle's practice squad in 2019.

Ben Burr-Kirven
Burr-Kirven made eight special-teams tackles over 16 regular-season games in 2019.

The Seahawks selected Burr-Kirven in the fifth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. The 22-year-old was buried on the defensive depth chart, but he managed to make an impact by ranking second on the team behind rookie Ugo Amadi in special-teams stops. Burr-Kirven will vie for additional defensive reps in 2020 if the team doesn't retain Mychal Kendricks (knee), but he faces an uphill battle since rookie Cody Barton showed versatility and made four starts when Kendricks was sidelined.

Jordan Simmons
Simmons (knee) signed a contract with the Seahawks on Wednesday.

The 25-year-old missed last season while recovering from a knee injury suffered Week 17 in 2018, but he's back in Seattle for the 2020 campaign. Simmons appeared in six games and had three starts for the Seahawks during that season.

Phillip Dorsett
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Dorsett (foot) turned in his best workout since training camp, AJ McCord of KOIN 6 News Portland reports.

The Seahawks haven't officially designated Dorsett to return from injured reserve, so the wideout won't be able to take practice reps with his healthy teammates until that happens. Dorsett thus appears poised to remain sidelined for Sunday's game in Arizona, though he could have a more realistic chance at making his Seahawks debut Week 8 if his recovery from the foot issue continues to trend in the right direction.

Foot - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 11
Erik Walden
The Seahawks placed Walden (hip) on injured reserve Saturday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic Seattle reports.

It's a bummer for the Seahawks, who watched Walden make two sacks in his preseason debut. The veteran linebacker was set to bolster the team's pass rush, but now the Seahawks will revert to Frank Clark (elbow) and Dion Jordan (shin).

Russell Wilson
Wilson completed 33 of 50 passes for 388 yards, three touchdowns and three interceptions in Sunday's 37-34 overtime loss to the Cardinals. He also rushed six times for 84 yards.

Coming off a bye week, Wilson revved up the Seahawks' offense quickly, completing his first five passes of the night for 65 yards and a touchdown to Tyler Lockett. He led two more drives that ended in field goals before marching into the red zone again only to toss an interception at the goal line to Budda Baker, who would have returned the pick for a score if not for a remarkable run-down effort by DK Metcalf. The rest of Wilson's night was up and down. The veteran signal-caller tossed two more scores to Lockett, who finished with 15 receptions and 200 yards, and the quarterback set a new career high for rushing yards in a game. However, he was suffocated by the Cardinals' pass rush all night and threw two more untimely interceptions, including one to rookie Isaiah Simmons with 1:04 left in overtime to set up the eventual game-winning kick. The highs outweigh the lows for fantasy purposes, as Wilson posted a sixth straight multi-touchdown effort while reaching a season high in passing yards, but he'll look to eliminate the errors next week when the 49ers come to town.

Damontre Moore
Moore signed a contract with the Seahawks on Thursday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

An NFL journeyman, Moore has spent time with the Giants, Dolphins, Cowboys, Raiders, 49ers and Seahawks. It's his second stint with the team, as he spent four games with them during the 2016 season, recording seven tackles and half a sack before a foot injury landed him on injured reserve.

Suspension - Suspended until Week 15 at Washington
Branden Jackson
Coach Pete Carroll said that Jackson (head) was placed on IR on Sunday due to a spinal condition, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.

Carroll noted that Jackson's condition "makes it possibly dangerous" to play long-term. He suffered the injury during a mock game Aug. 23, the severity of which required him to be transported to a hospital.

Spine - Injured Reserve
Shaquem Griffin
The Seahawks promoted Griffin to their active roster Friday, John Boyle of the team's official website reports.

This will mark the second time Griffin has been moved up to the team's active roster from its practice squad this season. With Jordyn Brooks (knee) sidelined, some combination of Griffin, Ben Burr-Kirven and Cody Barton should all see some snaps at strongside linebacker.

John Ursua
The Seahawks signed Ursua to the practice squad Wednesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

Ursua was waived by Seattle on Tuesday, and the team opted to keep the 2019 seventh-round pick around on the practice squad after he went unclaimed. Across three appearances with the Seahawks as a rookie, Ursua logged one catch for 11 yards on his only target.

Luke Willson
Willson didn't receive a target in Sunday's 38-25 win over the Falcons.

Willson played just one offensive snap. With both Greg Olsen and Will Dissly healthy to start the season, Willson will continue to have a minimal role going forward.

Jamarco Jones
Jones (illness) wasn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

Jones was inactive for the season opener, but he'll be ready for Week 2's matchup versus the Patriots. While he's slated for a reserve role, his backup duties could extend to OT as well if Cedric Ogbuehi (pectoral) is unavailable.

Gavin Heslop
No Updates
Rasheem Green
Green (neck) has been designated to return from injured reserve, Brady Henderson of reports.

Green hasn't played since the season opener, but according to Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times, the third-year defensive end out of USC is expected to return to the lineup Sunday against the 49ers. L.J. Collier and Benson Mayowa are the team's starting defensive ends, although Green and Collier essentially split time Week 1. However, the Seahawks acquired veteran defensive end Carlos Dunlap via trade from the Bengals on Wednesday, so both Green and Collier likely will forfeit snaps moving forward.

Neck - Injured Reserve. Expected Return - Week 9
Ugo Amadi
Amadi is expected to be the Seahawks' nickel safety following news that Marquise Blair (torn ACL) is out for the season, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

Amadi served in this role toward the end of the 2019 season and appeared the front runner for the job in 2020 before Blair produced a dominant training camp. When Blair went down in Week 2, Amadi filled in immediately, logging 65 percent of the defensive snaps and eight solo tackles. Head coach Pete Carroll has showered Amadi with praise and believes it will be a smooth transition at the position. He could have his hands full in Week 3 versus the Cowboys, as rookie CeeDee Lamb, who primarily plays in the slot, just torched the Falcons for six receptions for 106 yards in Week 2.

Hamstring - Questionable for Week 9 at Buffalo
Tre Flowers
Flowers will start at cornerback Sunday against the Dolphins following news that Quinton Dunbar (knee) is inactive, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.

The Seahawks' secondary has a severe injury bug with Dunbar, Jamal Adams (groin) and Lano Hill (back) all inactive in addition to Marquise Blair (torn ACL), who is done for the year. As a result, Flowers will return to outside cornerback where he was a full-time starter last season, and look to cover DeVante Parker and Preston Williams. Flowers has struggled this season, however, allowing a 133.9 passer rating when targeted.

Tyler Ott
Ott signed a multi-year contract extension with the Seahawks on Tuesday.

Ott joins kicker Jason Myers and punter Michael Dickson under contract with the Seahawks for multiple years. The long snapper will benefit from being able to rely on consistency for the foreseeable future.

Aaron Fuller
The Seahawks cut Fuller on Saturday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.

Fuller signed as an undrafted free agent out of Washington this campaign but failed to earn a depth role. It's likely Fuller will clear waivers and land back in Seattle on the team's practice squad for the 2020 campaign.

Will Dissly
Dissly caught two of four targets for 38 yards in Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Cardinals.

This was Dissly's season-high for receiving yardage, but more importantly, he logged 58 percent of the offensive workload, his highest mark of the year. Meanwhile, veteran tight end Greg Olsen played 62 percent of snaps and recorded two receptions for 18 yards. Olsen is running more routes than Dissly, but it's worth noting that Dissly is still getting comfortable after his 2019 season ended with a torn Achilles. If Dissly's workload continues to increase, he could be worth a flier in fantasy as we head into the home stretch since he's a touchdown threat in the highest-scoring offense in the league. The third-year pro out of Washington is especially interesting in dynasty formats.

Rashaad Penny
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Penny (knee) will "probably not" return Week 8, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

Carroll appears committed to not rushing Penny back from the ACL tear he sustained Week 14 last season, even with Chris Carson set to undergo an MRI on what's been called a mid-foot sprain. The decision to allow Penny extended time to rehab likely stems in part due to Carroll's confidence in No. 2 running back Carlos Hyde, in addition to the fact that Penny's surgery uncovered additional damage in his knee. An official timetable for the 2018 first-round pick's return still remains undisclosed.

Knee - ACL - Physically Unable to Perform. Expected Return - Week 9
Jordyn Brooks
Brooks made seven tackles (three solo) in Sunday's 37-34 loss to the Cardinals.

In his return from a two-game absence due to a knee injury, Brooks started at weak-side linebacker but was held to a pitch count, handling just 45 percent of the defensive workload. Nevertheless, he tied for third on the team in tackles and was used as a spy on Kyler Murray at times. Brooks stopped Murray for a one-yard loss at the goal line in the first half and stuffed him on third down for no gain in the fourth quarter. It speaks to Brooks' talent and athleticism that he can track and slow down Murray, and with his role expected to expand during upcoming games, it's worth keeping an eye on the rookie first-rounder in IDP formats.

Carlos Dunlap
The Bengals will trade Dunlap to the Seahawks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

The report adds that the deal will become official later Wednesday. Dunlap wasn't happy with his situation in Cincinnati, but he'll bolster Seattle's pass-rush once he's cleared to play with the team and gets some practice time under his belt.

L.J. Collier
Collier recorded three tackles and a sack in Sunday's 27-26 win over the Vikings.

Collier has endured a shaky start to his career, as he was a first-round pick in 2019 but served as a healthy scratch on multiple occasions during his rookie year. He's carved out a more consistent role in 2020, and he's finally registered his first sack. However, Collier played just 46 percent of the snaps while rookie Alton Robinson logged a 40 percent share, and his playing time could slip further when Rasheem Green (neck) returns from IR.

Jacob Hollister
Hollister caught his lone target for a one-yard touchdown in Sunday's 38-31 win over the Cowboys.

Hollister reeled in a designed pass play from Russell Wilson at the goal line to account for his first touchdown of the season. The 26-year-old tight end still has minimal fantasy utility behind Greg Olsen and Will Dissly, as Hollister hasn't played more than 18 percent of the offensive snaps in a game this season.

Bobby Wagner
Wagner (ribs) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game versus the Vikings, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

The veteran linebacker landed on Thursday's injury report as a limited participant with the rib injury, but it won't impact his status for Week 5. Wagner has 38 total tackles and four passes defensed through four games this season.

Bruce Irvin
The Seahawks placed Irvin (torn ACL) on injured reserve Wednesday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.

Irvin was quite effective as a pass rusher through the first two games, recording four QB pressures and three QB knockdowns. It's an unfortunate injury for the 32-year-old, and he'll look to rehab and potentially return for the 2021 season, although his contract with the Seahawks expires in March. Moving forward, rookie first-rounder Jordyn Brooks is expected to start at strong-side linebacker.

Knee - ACL - Injured Reserve
Jarran Reed
Reed (back) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game versus the Cowboys.

Reed played in Week 2's win over the Patriots despite the injury, so it's not surprising that he's ready to go in Week 3. His reps likely won't be capped, either, but his IDP value is minimal after posting just five tackles through two games.

Michael Divinity
No Updates
Tyler Mabry
Mabry was waived by the Seahawks on Saturday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

In a difficult preseason, the undrafted free agent failed to secure a role on the active roster, as the Seahawks opted to keep four veteran tight ends.

Quinton Dunbar
Dunbar (knee) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's divisional matchup against the Cardinals, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.

Dunbar missed practice and then was limited to begin the week, but it doesn't appear as though he was ever in serious danger of missing Sunday's contest. The 28-year-old will handle his usual starting role at cornerback versus Arizona during Sunday Night Football.

Patrick Carr
Carr (undisclosed) cleared waivers Tuesday and reverted to Seattle's injured reserve list, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

The undrafted rookie out of the University of Houston is in line to spend the entire season on IR, unless he can reach an injury settlement.

Undisclosed - Injured Reserve
DeMarkus Acy
No Updates