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Fantasy News

  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Heats up to finish 2022 season

    Taylor posted 26 tackles (22 solo), 9.5 sacks, four forced fumbles and a pass breakup over 16 regular-season games in the 2022 season. Taylor piled up three sacks through the first 10 games, but he stacked up 6.5 sacks over the final six contests. The 2020 second-round pick has averaged 30 defensive tackles over the past two seasons, and he has totaled 16 sacks in that stretch. Taylor doesn't rack up tackles, but he has IDP value in deeper leagues because of his pass-rushing skills.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Back in Saturday's game

    Taylor (neck) returned to Saturday's wild-card game in San Francisco, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Taylor sustained a neck stinger in the second quarter, but the injury won't keep him on the sideline after halftime. He'll thus rejoin Uchenna Nwosu, Boye Mafe and Bruce Irvin as the Seahawks' available outside linebackers.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Sustains neck injury Saturday

    Taylor suffered a neck stinger during Saturday's wild-card game at San Francisco. Midway through the second quarter, Taylor was slow to get up and walked with Seahawks trainers to the sideline, where he visited the blue tent before getting diagnosed with an injury. If Taylor is unable to return, the team will be left with Uchenna Nwosu, Boye Mafe and Bruce Irvin at outside linebacker.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Lives in backfield Sunday

    Taylor recorded three tackles (two solo), 2.5 sacks, a forced fumble and one pass defensed in Sunday's 23-6 win over the Jets. Taylor's 2.5 sacks in Week 17 accounts for his new career best in that department, while he also forced his fourth fumble of the 2022-23 campaign during Sunday's victory. With an abundance of Seattle linebackers currently on injured reserve, the 25-year-old figures to continue playing a prominent role in the team's regular-season finale against the Rams.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Dealing with illness

    Taylor (illness) did not participate in the Seahawks' practice Tuesday, Curtis Crabtree of Fox 13 Seattle reports. Taylor appears to have come down with an illness since Seattle's Week 15 loss to San Francisco on Thursday Night Football. This shouldn't be too concerning, as the 25-year-old will still have two more practices to increase his activity before Thursday's final injury report. Taylor has not played more than 30 percent of defensive snaps in each of the past four games, though his potential absence would leave the Seahawks very short-handed behind starting weakside linebacker Bruce Irvin.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Returns to full practice

    Taylor (groin) fully participated in Wednesday's practice, per Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic. Taylor missed a Week 9 win over Arizona due to a groin issue, but he's off to a good start this week with the full practice session Wednesday. The 2020 second-round draft pick has picked up three sacks and three forced fumbles through eight games this season, so his probable return would be a significant boost against Tom Brady and the Buccaneers in Week 10.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Ruled out for game

    Taylor has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Giants due to a hip injury, Curtis Crabtree of Fox 13 Seattle reports. Taylor dealt with a groin injury leading up to Sunday's game but sustained a hip injury during the game that will keep him off the field down the stretch. Bruce Irvin has taken on increased snaps in Taylor's absence.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Pair of tackles Thursday

    Taylor recorded two solo tackles and a quarterback hit in Thursday's 27-11 preseason loss to the Bears. The 2020 second-round pick missed his entire rookie season due to a leg injury, but he impressed in 2021 with 37 tackles (28 solo), 6.5 sacks, a pass breakup and a forced fumble. The Seahawks expect Taylor to be key to their pass rush in 2022 that also features Uchenna Nwosu, Boye Mafe (shoulder) and Alton Robinson.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Impresses as pass rusher

    Taylor posted 37 tackles (28 solo), 6.5 sacks, a pass breakup and a forced fumble across 16 games during the 2021 season. Taylor missed his entire rookie season, and he handled a situational role in 2021. He averaged 32 defensive snaps per game, tying Rasheem Green for second on the team in sacks. Taylor may need to take on a larger role in 2022 if Green leaves in free agency, but we should expect the 2020 second-round pick to be a fixture on passing downs regardless.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: On track to play Monday

    Coach Pete Carroll said Friday that he expects Taylor (neck) to play Monday against the Saints, Brent Stecker of ESPN Seattle reports. Taylor had to be carted off the field during Week 6, but he appears to have avoided a serious injury and may not miss any games. The 24-year-old was sidelined for all of his rookie season while he was recovering from leg surgery, but he's been dominant this year, leading the Seahawks with four sacks and six QB hits through the first six games of the 2021 campaign.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: May not miss time

    Taylor had an MRI on his shoulder come back clean and may be available for Week 7, Brady Henderson of reports. The 24-year-old was initially believed to be dealing with a neck injury after being carted off during Sunday's loss to Pittsburgh, so it's good news he's instead managing a shoulder issue. Taylor will have one extra day to get ready for Monday's matchup with the Saints.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Ready to contribute

    Taylor is fully healthy to start the 2021 season, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Taylor spent his rookie season on the reserve/non-football injury list with a leg injury. However, the second-round pick completed training camp and preseason healthy, and he's ready to contribute for the Seahawks in Week 1 against the Colts. The Tennessee product was an explosive pass rusher in college, racking up 8.5 sacks and 10.0 tackles for loss in his senior season. The Seahawks have a deep group of defensive ends, but Taylor's ability to line up as a linebacker could afford him some extra reps right away.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Unlikely to return this year

    Taylor (leg) is looking for an off-campus second opinion on his injury, as the hope that he will return again this year has greatly diminished, Joe Fann of NBC Sports Northwest reports. It sounded like Taylor was nearing a return less than two weeks ago, but he has seemingly suffered some type of setback. It is looking likely that the rookie will have to set his sights on 2021 for his NFL debut.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: No timetable for return

    Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that he's unsure when Taylor (leg) will be able to resume practicing, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. The rookie second-round pick continues to rehab from January leg surgery, the severity of which kept him from practicing at all in training camp and led to his placement on the reserve/non-football injury list list to kick off the season. Taylor won't be eligible for activation until November, but at that point he could be available to bolster Seattle's pass rush.
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  • Seahawks' Darrell Taylor: Placed on NFI list

    The Seahawks placed Taylor (leg) on the active/non-football injury list Monday, Brady Henderson of reports. Taylor continues to progress in his recovery from a leg injury that kept him from testing at the combine earlier this offseason. The rookie second-round pick should compete for snaps when healthy.
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