Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Wilson (finger) is "definitely making progress" since undergoing surgery Oct. 8, but Carroll declined to offer up a timeline for the quarterback's return from injured reserve, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.

Seattle is unlikely to provide any clear updates on when Wilson might be ready to play until the team is on bye in Week 9. The quarterback won't be eligible to practice until after he sits out a third consecutive game Oct. 31 against the Jaguars. If Wilson is able to practice during the bye week or during Week 10 prep, he could get the green light to play as soon as Nov. 14 in Green Bay. Initial estimates on Wilson's recovery timeline when he underwent the surgery ranged from 4-to-8 weeks, so fantasy managers planning on stashing him should be prepared for the possibility that he's out until early December at the latest.

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