Everett caught three passes for 37 yards on four targets against Arizona on Sunday.

Everett was Seattle's second-leading producer of receiving yardage behind Tyler Lockett (115), so it was generally a difficult day for the Seahawks passing game. While it reflects well on Everett that he produced efficiently, the volume wasn't enough to make much of an impact. The Seattle offense hasn't made much room for tight-end pass-catching functions to this point in the year, and that's without factoring in the workload split between Everett and Will Dissly (one catch for 16 yards on three targets).

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