Will Dissly

#89 TE / Seattle Seahawks / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 265 lb Age: 24 College: Washington Bye 6

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    Seahawks' Will Dissly: Expects to be ready for Week 1

    The Seattle Seahawks "fully expect" Will Dissly (Achilles) to be healthy in time for Week 1 of the 2020 season, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.Dissly suffered a torn Achilles' tendon in early October, marking the second consecutive campaign in which he sustained a season-ending injury. Though the 23-year-old still has a long road ahead in his recovery, he appears to be making significant progress and has a real shot at returning to full health in time for the 2020 opener. With Seattle having inked veteran tight end Greg Olsen to a one-year deal, however, Dissly could have to settle for a smaller role than he enjoyed the past two seasons prior to getting hurt.

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    Seahawks' Will Dissly: Competition arrives in Seattle

    Will Dissly (Achilles) is in danger of losing his No. 1 tight-end job after Greg Olsen signed with the Seattle Seahawks, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.Dissly seems to be making solid progress in his recovery, and it's possible that he'll be ready for Week 1. Still, with back-to-back, season-ending injuries -- he suffered a patella tear in 2018 -- over his first two years in the league, there are legitimate questions about whether he can return to his former production. The 23-year-old tight end has recorded 418 receiving yards and six touchdowns over 10 career games, and even if he gets back to full strength, Olsen's arrival lowers Dissly's ceiling.

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    Seahawks' Will Dissly: Making progress in recovery

    Coach Pete Carroll said Will Dissly is recovering well from the torn Achilles he suffered in Week 6, Andy Patton of USA Today reports. "He's killing the rehab. [Dissly] is doing great," Carroll said. "But, it's a long process, it's going to be some tough work for him."Dissly suffered a season-ending injury for the second time in his two-year career when he tore his Achilles in Week 6. In the tight end's rookie campaign, he sustained a torn patellar tendon. Dissly beat that expected recovery timeline and showed no ill effects in his return to action, recording 23 receptions for 262 yards and four touchdowns over six games. He was one of Russell Wilson's top targets, and he was a weekly fantasy starter. A torn Achilles usually takes around a year to recover from, so it'll be tough, albeit possible, for him to return for Week 1 of the 2020 season. The Seattle Seahawks will likely retain pending RFA Jacob Hollister, who recorded 41 catches for 349 yards and three scores, and Ed Dickson (knee) still has another year on his contract after sitting out the entire 2019 campaign. If Dissly can get back to 100 percent, he'll likely be the No. 1 tight end, but there's no guarantee he gets to that point by Week 1, if at all.

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    Seahawks' Will Dissly: Placed on IR, as expected

    The Seattle Seahawks placed Will Dissly (Achilles) on injured reserve Saturday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.Reed underwent surgery to repair his torn Achilles earlier this week. The procedure went well, according to Brady Henderson of ESPN.com, which gives hope that the emerging tight end could recover a few months ahead of the typical timeframe for such an injury. Additionally, Dissly's placement on injured reserve allows the Seahawks room for Jarran Reed on the 53-man roster.

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    Seahawks' Will Dissly: Gets good news post-surgery

    Will Dissly's surgery to repair a torn Achilles went well, with coach Pete Carroll describing the procedure as "minimally invasive", ESPN.com's Brady Henderson reports.Carroll added that Dissly should be able to return a couple months ahead of the typical timeline for an Achilles tear. The tight end will miss the rest of the 2019 campaign, hoping to make it back for Week 1 next year.

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    Seahawks' Will Dissly: Set for season-ending surgery

    Will Dissly will undergo season-ending surgery Thursday to address a torn Achilles, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.The Seattle Seahawks feared Dissly suffered a serious injury during Sunday's over the Browns, and follow-up tests ultimately confirmed as much. The injury is a major blow both to the Seahawks offense and the tight end's outlook moving forward, as his rookie season was previously cut short due to a patellar tendon tear in his right knee. On a brighter note, Dissly is expected to be ready to go for the 2020 campaign.

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    Seahawks' Will Dissly: May have ruptured Achilles' tendon

    Coach Pete Carroll admitted that the Seattle Seahawks fear Will Dissly ruptured his left Achilles' tendon in Sunday's 32-28 win over the Browns, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.Initial diagnostic tests on Dissly haven't proven conclusive, but it's apparent the Seahawks are bracing for the worst once his MRI results become available. If Carroll's fear comes to pass, it would mark the second significant injury in as many seasons for Dissly, whose rookie campaign was cut short by a patellar tendon tear in his right knee. Luke Willson (56 snaps) and Jacob Hollister (29 snaps) filled in at tight end Sunday following Dissly's early exit, but neither player represents a major threat in the passing game.

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    Seahawks' Will Dissly: Achilles injury 'serious'

    Coach Pete Carroll called Will Dissly's Achilles injury a "serious one" following Sunday's 32-28 win at Cleveland, Liz Matthews of USA Today reports.Considering Carroll also termed the situation "devastating," Dissly may have suffered a second season-ending injury in as many pro campaigns. Once further testing is done on Dissly's lower left leg, the Seattle Seahawks will reveal the extent of the injury. In the wake of the news, the team is down to two healthy tight ends (Luke Willson and Jacob Hollister).

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    Seahawks' Will Dissly: Injures Achilles on Sunday

    Will Dissly was ruled out of Sunday's game at Cleveland due to an Achilles injury, Michael-Shawn Dugar reports.Targeted in the end zone early in the second quarter, Dissly experienced an awkward fall and immediately grabbed his left leg, per Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic, needing assistance to get to the sideline. Following confirmation of the injury, Luke Willson and Jacob Hollister are left as the only available tight ends for quarterback Russell Wilson.

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    Seahawks' Will Dissly: Leads squad in receiving yards

    Will Dissly caught all four of his targets for 81 yards in Thursday's 30-29 win over the Rams.This was Dissly's season high in receiving yards, and his night was highlighted by a 38-yard reception that set up Tyler Lockett's 13-yard touchdown catch in the first quarter. The second-year pro continues to be one of Russell Wilson's favorite targets, as he garnered 14.1 percent of Wilson's attempts in this outing. Dissly continues to make use of his chances as well, hauling in 23 of 26 targets (88.5 percent) for 11.4 YPC.