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Nov 13, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 6, 2022 1 7 7.0 7 0 2
Oct 30, 2022 2 10 5.0 7 0 3
Sep 25, 2022 1 7 7.0 7 0
Sep 18, 2022 2 9 4.5 5 0 3

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2022 35 5.00 8 79
2021 177 8.43 1 16 161 392.8
2020 88 3.52 9 90 1 232.6
3y Avg. 126 6.00 0 12 102 0 221.7
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: No touches in loss

    Homer didn't record a carry or a target in Sunday's 21-16 loss to the Buccaneers. Homer recorded at least one touch in all five games that he suited up for prior to Week 10. However, the Seahawks mostly abandoned the run after falling behind to the Buccaneers early, and rookie Kenneth Walker proved to be an effective pass-catcher with six receptions for 55 yards in this contest. Going forward, Homer is simply an insurance option.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Snares three passes

    Homer rushed once for seven yards and caught all three targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 31-21 win over the Cardinals. Once again, Homer operated as the clear No. 2 back behind rookie Kenneth Walker. Homer logged 20 offensive snaps while DeeJay Dallas was held to just two. A 2019 sixth-round pick, Homer continues to be efficient as a pass-catcher, as he has caught all eight of his targets for 79 yards this year.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Registers 31 total yards

    Homer rushed twice for 10 yards and caught his lone target for 21 yards in Sunday's 27-13 win over the Giants. Homer returned from injured reserve in Week 8 and immediately claimed the No. 2 role behind rookie Kenneth Walker, as Homer logged 14 offensive snaps (22 percent) while DeeJay Dallas handled five snaps. Walker will be the clear-cut lead back as long as he's healthy, but Homer is worth a roster spot in deeper leagues as a potential starter if Walker gets hurt.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Set for action Sunday

    Homer (ribs) was activated off injured reserve Saturday. Head coach Pete Carroll outright confirmed Homer would be active for Week 8, so this comes as no surprise. It's possible the Seahawks could utilize the fourth-year back more in the passing game with DK Metcalf (knee) and Tyler Lockett (hamstring) both listed as game-time calls in a pivotal battle against the Giants.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Set to be activated Week 8

    Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Friday that Homer (ribs) will be activated from injured reserve ahead of Sunday's game against the Giants, Curtis Crabtree of Fox 13 Seattle reports. Seattle will likely wait until shortly before Saturday's 4 p.m. ET deadline for Week 8 roster moves before formally activating him, but Homer apparently checked out fine following his return to practice Wednesday. Prior to missing each of the Seahawks' last four games while on IR, Homer had served mainly as a pass-catching specialist out of the backfield in addition to having a role on special teams. Homer could immediately supplant DeeJay Dallas on passing downs Week 8, but he's unlikely to see a high volume of touches while top back Kenneth Walker is healthy and available.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Returning to practice Wednesday

    The Seahawks designated Homer (ribs) for return from injured reserve Wednesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports. As head coach Pete Carroll predicted last Wednesday, Homer is getting back on the practice field this week after missing the minimum four games on injured reserve due to sore ribs. It's unclear if he'll do enough to be cleared to play Sunday against the Giants, but the Seahawks now have a 21-day window in which to evaluate whether or not a return to the active roster is possible. If that comes to pass, Homer likely will vie with DeeJay Dallas for complementary touches in Seattle's backfield behind lead runner Kenneth Walker with Rashaad Penny (ankle) out for the season.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Could practice next week

    Head coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Homer (ribs) might be able to practice in about a week, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Seattle placed Homer on its injured reserve list ahead of Week 4, and he's required to sit out of Sunday's game at the Chargers as a result, but that could be his final absence before he makes his return to the lineup. When he returns, he'll likely play in a change-of-pace role behind Kenneth Walker, who has taken over as Seattle's lead option on the ground after Rashaad Penny (ankle, fibula) suffered a season-ending injury Week 5.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Should return quickly from IR

    Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said that Homer (ribs) should return quickly after he becomes eligible to return from IR following Week 7, John Boyle of the team's official site reports. Homer was placed on IR following Week 3, so his earliest chance to return will come during the lead-up to Seattle's game against the Giants on Oct. 30. The 24-year-old rushed four times for 18 yards and caught four passes for 33 yards while playing 40 offensive snaps over the first three games of the season. Homer could stand to see increased playing time once he returns, however, as running back Rashaad Penny will miss the rest of the season with a broken left fibula.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Moved to IR

    The Seahawks placed Homer (ribs) on injured reserve Wednesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Homer is ineligible to play in the next four games, with his next possible appearance being Oct. 30 against the Giants in Week 8. His role on passing downs could go to DeeJay Dallas, Rashaad Penny or some combination of the two; both picked up some of Homer's typical snaps in a Week 3 loss to Atlanta.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Still sore

    Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Homer (ribs) is still dealing with soreness following Sunday's 27-23 loss to the Falcons, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Homer exited the Week 3 contest due to the rib injury, playing just two snaps on offense and carrying once for seven yards before departing. The Seahawks seem to be viewing Homer as day-to-day for the time being, but his availability for a Week 4 matchup with the Lions looks to be up in the air. DeeJay Dallas would likely see a larger role on passing downs if Homer isn't available in Detroit.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Won't return against Falcons

    Homer has been ruled out of Sunday's game against the Falcons after suffering a rib injury, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Homer suffered the injury early in the game and managed only one rush for seven yards prior to exiting. It's possible that Rashaad Penny or Deejay Dallas steps into Homer's role as the primary receiver out of the backfield. Coach Pete Carroll said after the game that Homer's ribs are bruised but not broken, per John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Leaves with injury

    Homer (ribs) exited early against the Falcons on Sunday. Homer suffered the injury in the first quarter. Although he's No. 3 on the team's depth chart, he still played 45 percent of the offensive snaps in Week 2, and is typically featured on passing downs. If Homer can't return, DeeJay Dallas may step into that role.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Registers 42 total yards

    Homer rushed twice for nine yards and caught all four targets for 33 yards in Sunday's 27-7 loss to the 49ers. Homer led all Seahawks running backs with 22 offensive snaps while Rashaad Penny (20) and rookie Kenneth Walker (12) trailed close behind. The Seahawks played from behind nearly all day, so Homer's usage in the passing game came in handy. He ended up out-pacing Penny and Walker in terms of yardage, too. It will still be difficult to trust Homer on a weekly basis as long as Penny and Walker are healthy.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Works as No. 2 back

    Homer rushed once for two yards in Monday's 17-16 win over the Broncos. Homer was on the field for nearly every third down. He played 19 of 55 offensive snaps (35 percent), while Rashaad Penny handled 38 snaps and DeeJay Dallas played three snaps. Homer's role will become cloudy once rookie Kenneth Walker (hernia) returns from injury.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Could get early down work

    Coach Pete Carroll said Thursday that he'd have "no problem" giving Homer snaps on early downs this season, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Homer served as Seattle's third-down back for parts of the past three seasons, seeing 64 carries and 43 targets in 39 games. He's reportedly bulked up a bit -- he's listed at 5-foot-10, 202 pounds -- and could see some work outside of obvious passing situations if Kenneth Walker (abdomen) misses time early in the season. Rashaad Penny is still the lead back and figures to take most of the carries in a Week 1 matchup with the Broncos and old friend Russell Wilson.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Impressive in preseason loss

    Homer rushed four times for 41 yards and caught two of three targets for 33 yards in Saturday's 32-25 preseason loss to the Steelers. With Rashaad Penny (groin) sitting out, Homer was the second Seahawks running back to take the field after rookie second-round pick Kenneth Walker and before DeeJay Dallas. Homer was highly efficient on the ground and through the air. Dallas also was quite impressive, running for 73 yards on 10 carries and catching his lone target for a 17-yard gain. Homer is the superior pass blocker and appears to have the edge in the competition with Dallas for the No. 3 running back spot, though neither player will have much fantasy utility as long as Penny and Walker are healthy.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Registers 338 yards from scrimmage

    Homer rushed 21 times for 177 yards and a touchdown and caught 16 of 20 targets for 161 yards over 14 games during the 2021 season. Homer mostly played on special teams this season. Both he and DeeJay Dallas rarely played on offense; Chris Carson (neck) and Alex Collins (abdomen) handled most of the reps through the first 11 games while Rashaad Penny hit his stride over the final five games. Head coach Pete Carroll doesn't seem to trust either Homer or Dallas with a consistent role, meaning both running backs will likely face competition in training camp if Penny walks in free agency and Carson isn't 100 percent for the start of the 2022 campaign.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Rings up 27 yards

    Homer rushed six times for 27 yards in Sunday's 51-29 win over the Lions. Rashaad Penny stole the show with 25 rushes for 170 yards and two touchdowns. Most of Homer's carries came when the game was safely in hand for the Seahawks. Penny should work as the clear lead back in Week 18 against the Cardinals, but Homer may operate as the No. 2 if DeeJay Dallas (thigh) and Alex Collins (abdomen) are unable to go.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Minimal usage in loss

    Homer didn't record a touch in Sunday's 25-24 loss to the Bears. Homer missed the full week of practice due to the league's COVID-19 protocols, which may be an explanation for why he only handled four offensive snaps despite Alex Collins being a healthy scratch. Rashaad Penny looks like the obvious No. 1 back for the rest of the season, and Homer will compete with DeeJay Dallas for the remaining reps. Neither player should be considered a stable fantasy option.
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  • Seahawks' Travis Homer: Not available Week 15

    Homer (illness) wasn't activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list and won't be available for Tuesday's game against the Rams, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. As expected, Homer won't be available to play two days after he reportedly tested positive for the virus, according to Brady Henderson of ESPN.com. Since Henderson notes that Homer is vaccinated, he'll be eligible to return to the Seahawks' team facility as soon as he's deemed to be asymptomatic or until he tests negative on two consecutive occasions 24 hours apart. With Homer sidelined Tuesday, DeeJay Dallas is expected to serve as the Seahawks' top change-of-pace option behind starter Rashaad Penny.
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