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2021 Rushing

STATS ATT YDS AVG TD LNG
Regular Season 11 66 6.0 0 26

Top Travis Homer News

  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Ruled out Week 12

    Homer (calf) has been ruled out for Sunday's matchup against Washington, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    Homer suffered the injury in the team's Week 11 matchup but was downgraded from a limited participant Thursday to no participation Friday. His absence leaves the Seahawks backfield thin, as Rashaad Penny (hamstring) has also been ruled out. As a result, Alex Collins and DeeJay Dallas will serve as the team's primary rushers.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Misses practice Friday

    Homer (calf) did not participate in Friday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    Homer apparently picked up the injury in the Seahawks' Week 11 loss to the Cardinals, as he was listed as a limited participant in Thursday's practice before sitting out Friday. His status for Monday night should become clearer after Saturday's practice report comes out.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: One carry in loss

    Homer rushed once for four yards in Sunday's 23-13 loss to the Cardinals.

    Homer led the Seahawks backfield in snaps during last week's loss to the Packers, but he finished fourth this week even though Rashaad Penny (hamstring) left early. Nevertheless, Homer should be in the mix for increased usage if Penny missed time, but it probably won't be enough for fantasy relevance as long as Alex Collins and DeeJay Dallas are healthy.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Leads backfield in snaps

    Homer rushed once for two yards and caught three of four targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 17-0 loss to the Packers.

    Homer led the Seahawks backfield with 31 of 61 offensive snaps (51 percent). Alex Collins still handled a majority of the touches (11), but Homer's pass blocking kept him on the field to protect Russell Wilson, who was making his return from a finger injury. Chris Carson (neck) could return Week 11 versus the Cardinals, but Collins likely will handle a bulk of the work until he does.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Returns onside kick for touchdown

    Homer rushed four times for nine yards and caught his lone target for three yards in Sunday's 31-7 win over the Jaguars. He also returned a Jacksonville onside kick for a touchdown in the fourth quarter.

    Homer finished second among Seahawks running backs with 17 offensive snaps, as Alex Collins led the backfield with 27. However, he made his biggest play of the season on special teams, snagging the onside kick and returning it 44 yards for a score. Homer's role is secure on passing downs, but he has only generated 165 scrimmage yards through eight games.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Carries once in loss

    Homer rushed once for 14 yards in Monday's 13-10 loss to the Saints.

    Homer played just 12 of the team's 56 offensive snaps, while Alex Collins (22) and Rashaad Penny (20) handily outpaced him for work out of the backfield. Though Homer provided a good chunk of yardage on his lone touch of the time, the backfield has a whole couldn't find much open room against the Saints. Going forward, Homer will likely struggle to see enough playing time to deliver meaningful fantasy value.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Rings up 54 total yards

    Homer rushed twice for 27 yards and caught his lone target for 27 yards in Sunday's 23-20 overtime loss to the Steelers.

    The Seahawks recorded just four plays that went further than 20 yards, and Homer accounted for two of them. The third-year back could handle an expanded role Week 7 against the Saints, as Chris Carson (neck) is out for the next two games while Alex Collins (hip) is uncertain for that matchup. However, Rashaad Penny (calf) potentially is on track to return Monday, while DeeJay Dallas, who logged 50 yards on nine touches this week, also will be in the mix for increased playing time.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Could see expanded role Thursday

    Homer could see an increased workload in Thursday's game against the Rams with Chris Carson (neck) inactive for the contest.

    Alex Collins is expected to be the main beneficiary of Carson's absence, especially with regard to early down work, but Homer and possibly DeeJay Dallas could enjoy modest increases in their respective snaps as well. Homer typically handles the team's passing-down reps because he's a sturdy pass blocker and an evasive pass catcher, and that role could be key with a potential high-scoring tilt on tap. Through four games, Homer has rushed once for five yards and caught five passes (on five targets) for 62 yards.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Operates as No. 3 back

    Homer rushed once for five yards and caught his lone target for 13 yards in Thursday's 26-17 loss to the Rams.

    Homer ran ahead of DeeJay Dallas through the first four weeks of the season, but Dallas jumped Homer in the pecking order with Chris Carson (neck) out Thursday. Neither player was particularly effective for fantasy purposes. Homer likely won't have much fantasy value in 2021, considering his snap share took a step back in a pass-heavy game script with Carson out of the lineup.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Rushes once in win

    Homer rushed once for five yards in Sunday's 28-21 win over the 49ers.

    Homer's usage is reserved for passing scenarios. With the Seahawks leading for most of the game, he finished with just nine offensive snaps. Alex Collins out-snapped him with 22 and garnered 78 yards and a touchdown on 12 touches. Homer could have more of a role Thursday against the Rams if the game turns into a shootout, but Chris Carson is still the only dependable fantasy option in Seattle's backfield.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Snares three passes

    Homer caught all three targets for 48 yards in Sunday's 30-17 loss to the Vikings.

    Homer logged 16 offensive snaps, finishing second behind Chris Carson (23) and barely ahead of Alex Collins (14). His increased usage was a direct result of the game script, as Homer is the team's best pass-blocking running back, and he's elusive after the catch. Thus, Homer's role should stay consistent even when Rashaad Penny (calf) returns to the lineup. However, Homer shouldn't be viewed as the primary backup to Carson, as Penny and Carson have frames that are better suited for workhorse roles.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Brings in two passes

    Homer recorded two receptions for 14 yards on two targets in Sunday's 33-30 loss to the Titans.

    Homer finished Sunday's game with 14 carries, ranking second behind Chris Carson (34) but ahead of Alex Collins (six). While Carson is operating as the clear lead back, Homer's ability to pass-block and catch passes make him the ideal fit for the hurry-up offense. That likely won't translate to fantasy relevance as long as Carson is healthy, though.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Minimal usage in opener

    Homer didn't record a touch in Sunday's 28-16 win over the Colts.

    Alex Collins was a healthy scratch and Rashaad Penny left with a calf injury, but neither Homer nor DeeJay Dallas played much in Week 1. Perhaps that changes if Penny's forced to miss time, though the Seahawks may be willing to use Chris Carson as a bell cow for the time being.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Sticking around

    Homer made the Seahawks' 53-man roster, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.

    Homer was one of five running backs to make the team's initial roster. The 23-year-old is the team's best pass-blocking running back, so he should be locked into some playing time protecting quarterback Russell Wilson. However, he likely won't yield much fantasy value.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Returns from PUP list

    Homer (calf) passed a physical examination and was activated from the PUP list Tuesday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.

    Homer suffered the calf injury in the spring and had been sidelined for the past few weeks, but he was able to get back on the practice field Tuesday. The 23-year-old should compete with 2020 fourth-rounder DeeJay Dallas for the No. 3 role at running back now that he's healthy.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Returning from PUP list soon

    Coach Pete Carroll said Friday that Homer (calf) will come off the PUP list next week, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.

    Homer finished last year on IR with a knee injury and now has been out since the spring with a calf injury. The Seahawks mostly seem to value his pass blocking, which means Homer could be left without a role if the team decides DeeJay Dallas or another back is a better choice for third downs.

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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Lands on PUP list

    The Seahawks placed Homer (calf) on the PUP list to start training camp, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.

    Homer also missed time during June minicamp due to the calf injury, so his status warrants monitoring. Being forced to sit out a significant portion of training camp could affect Homer's chances of beating out DeeJay Dallas and Alex Collins for the No. 3 backfield role behind Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny (knee).

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-10, 202 lbs
Birthplace: West Palm Beach, FL
Age: 23
Class: Junior