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4-0-0 9-2-0
1-2-0 7-3-0
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2021 Receiving

STATS REC
Receptions
YDS
Receiving Yards
AVG
Average Yards per Reception
TD
Receiving Touchdowns
LNG
Longest Reception
Regular Season 2 2 1.0 0 6

Top D'Wayne Eskridge News

  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Wasn't targeted Sunday

    Eskridge didn't receive a target in Sunday's 23-13 loss to the Cardinals.

    Eskridge logged 11 snaps (22 percent) in his second game back from a concussion, but he wasn't targeted on any of Russell Wilson's 26 passes. The rookie second-round pick could start seeing more snaps at some point because Freddie Swain has failed to establish himself as the No. 3 receiver, though there likely isn't much fantasy upside behind Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Five snaps in return to action

    Eskridge recorded minus-4 yards on one reception (two targets) in Sunday's 17-0 loss to the Packers.

    Eskridge made his first appearance since Week 1 after missing seven games due to a concussion. The rookie second-round pick logged just five offensive snaps, which ranked fifth among Seahawks wide receivers. Considering he had a long layoff, the Seahawks were probably easing him into the mix. Still, Freddie Swain seems to have the No. 3 role locked down, and Eskridge has an uphill battle to overtake him in the second half of the season.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Back on active roster

    The Seahawks activated Eskridge (concussion) from injured reserve Friday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports. "He had a great week," coach Pete Carroll said. "He did everything to be included in the plan. We can use him as we want to. He really had a great week and looked terrific."

    As did Russell Wilson (finger), getting Seattle closer to full health than it has been in some time. Chris Carson (IR/neck) won't be activated in advance of Sunday's contest at Green Bay, but Eskridge nonetheless will make his second appearance of the season. Back in Week 1 before suffering the concussion that forced seven absences, Eskridge hauled in his only target for six yards and had two carries for 22 yards on fly sweeps.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Trending in right direction

    Eskridge (concussion) is expected to suit up for Sunday's game against the Packers, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.

    Eskridge hasn't seen any NFL action since sustaining a concussion Week 1, but it looks like both he and quarterback Russell Wilson (finger) will be back on the field versus Green Bay. The rookie second-round pick could be eased back into action, but he doesn't have many significant barriers in his way for the No. 3 wideout role behind DK Metcalf (foot) and Tyler Lockett. Neither Freddie Swain nor Penny Hart were targeted in Seattle's most recent game, a Week 8 win over the Jaguars.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Practices again Wednesday

    Eskridge (concussion) took part in Wednesday's practice, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

    Prior to the session, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll noted Eskridge was "ready to go full speed" as the rookie closes in on his first game action since suffering a concussion Week 1. In the meantime, Eskridge paid a visit to a concussion specialist in Florida twice, and the Seahawks designated him to return Monday. According to Carroll, Eskridge fared well in his return to practice earlier this week, which allowed him to participate Wednesday, too. Because he's on IR, there's no telling where Eskridge stands in the protocol for head injuries, but he's poised to be activated once he gains clearance from an independent neurologist.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Cleared to practice

    Seattle designated Eskridge (concussion) to return from injured reserve Monday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    Following Seattle's Week 9 bye, Eskridge will join the Seahawks for practice Monday for the first time in more than a month. Assuming he doesn't incur any setbacks in his recovery from the concussion and doesn't need extended time to regain conditioning, he could be a candidate to return from injured reserve ahead of Sunday's game against the Packers. If not, the Seahawks still would have an additional two weeks to evaluate Eskridge for a return to the 53-man roster. He's played in just one game thus far in his rookie campaign due to the head injury, recording a six-yard reception and rushing twice for 22 yards in the Seahawks' win over the Colts in Week 1.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Chance to return Week 10

    Eskridge (concussion) may return to action in the Seahawks' Week 10 visit to Green Bay, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.

    Eskridge has been sidelined since Week 1 due to a concussion that has impacted his vision, among other things. He thus visited a specialist in Florida recently to participate in a visual training program. While he's back in Seattle, the fact the team hasn't designated him to return from IR indicates he has yet to get back on the practice field. Another absence Sunday against the Jaguars appears likely, before the Seahawks take in a Week 9 bye, giving Eskridge a bit more time to get through the protocol for head injuries.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: May be able to practice this week

    Eskridge (concussion) is expected to return to Seattle on Wednesday and potentially practice Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    Eskridge has been away from the team recently to take part in a visual training program in Florida, after experiencing some side effects of the concussion he sustained Week 1. The rookie second-round pick apparently is in "great shape and ready to go," per head coach Pete Carroll, but it's unclear where Eskridge currently stands in the NFL's concussion protocol. If he's back on the practice field Thursday or Friday -- to do so, the Seahawks must first designate him to return from injured reserve -- Eskridge may not have enough time to complete the final phases and get cleared for Sunday's game versus the Jaguars. Still, he seems to be rounding into shape after missing six consecutive contests.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Could return Week 8

    Eskridge has visited a concussion specialist in Florida and has a chance to return to action Sunday against the Jaguars, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

    Eskridge has been sidelined since Week 1 due to his head injury and been on injured reserve since Oct. 7, so he'll have a few chances to make an impression on the practice field this week, assuming the Seahawks designate him to return from IR. If he's able to complete all the phases of the concussion protocol in time for Sunday's game, the 2021 second-round pick likely will have to settle for no better than No. 4 on the wide receiver depth chart behind DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and Freddie Swain, and ahead of Penny Hart.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Concussion results in IR stint

    The Seahawks placed Eskridge (concussion) on injured reserve Thursday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.

    Since he sustained a concussion in the season opener, Eskridge has been listed as a DNP on 10 of 12 injury reports over the last four weeks. And on one of those two occasions in which he wasn't, his LP showed up on a practice estimate, meaning the Seahawks didn't even take the field that day. The team has been taking a cautious approach with what coach Pete Carroll called "a real serious concussion," and Eskridge now will have three more weeks to get through the five steps of the NFL's protocol for head injuries before being eligible to come off IR.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Unavailable Thursday

    Eskridge (concussion) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Rams, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    Eskridge hasn't played since suffering the concussion in the season opener. The 24-year-old returned to practice earlier this week as a limited participant, but he was downgraded to a non-participant the past two days.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Non-participant Tuesday

    Eskridge (concussion) was a non-participant at Tuesday's practice, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports.

    Eskridge was estimated as a limited participant on Monday's injury report, and he was downgraded for Tuesday's session. The 24-year-old suffered a concussion in the season opener and has yet to fully clear the league's protocols, leaving his availability for Thursday's matchup with the Rams firmly up in the air.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Limited to begin Week 5

    The Seahawks listed Eskridge (concussion) as a limited participant on Monday's estimated practice report, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

    After taking a doubtful designation into the weekend before being made inactive for Sunday's 28-21 win over the 49ers, Eskridge will open Week 5 as a limited participant on the third practice report in a row. Eskridge presumably will need to upgrade to full activity by Wednesday to clear the NFL's five-step concussion protocol ahead of a Thursday night matchup with the Rams this week. Even if he does get the green light to play for the first time since the season opener, Eskridge may be asked to fill only a minor role in Seattle's offensive game plan.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Status unclear for Week 4

    Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that it's unclear whether Eskridge (concussion) will be able to return for Thursday's game against the Rams, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

    Eskridge returned to practice in a limited capacity last week, but he was held out for a third consecutive game. Because the Seahawks face a short week ahead of their matchup against the Rams, it's not certain whether he'll be cleared to return Week 5. Freddie Swain should continue to serve as Seattle's No. 3 receiver if Eskridge is sidelined once again.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Another absence Sunday

    Eskridge (concussion) is listed as inactive Sunday at San Francisco.

    Eskridge seems to be in limbo as he attempts to work his way through the concussion he suffered back in the season opener. He finally got on the practice field Thursday as a limited participant before logging no activity to wrap up Week 4 prep. It's unclear when Eskridge will get past his head injury, but Freddie Swain figures to handle the No. 3 WR role in the Seahawks offense behind starters DK Metcalf (foot) and Tyler Lockett (hip) for the foreseeable future.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Status in doubt for Sunday

    Eskridge (concussion) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game in San Francisco, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    Eskridge has been recovering from a concussion since Week 1, which didn't allow him to get back on the practice field until Thursday. He was limited in that session, and his designation for Week 4 indicates he hasn't made enough progress through the protocol for head injuries to make a play to suit up Sunday. With Tyler Lockett (hip) questionable, Seattle may be even more shorthanded at wide receiver this weekend. In the event both Lockett and Eskridge are sidelined, DK Metcalf (foot), Freddie Swain, Penny Hart and a member of the practice squad (perhaps Phillip Dorsett) could compose the team's receiving corps.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Limited in return to practice

    Eskridge (concussion) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    While Eskridge made his first noticeable step through the concussion protocol after seven consecutive absences from practice, the Seahawks' top two wide receivers both experienced downgrades in activity level. From Wednesday to Thursday, Tyler Lockett (hip) went from limited to a non-participant, while DK Metcalf (foot) was added to the injury report as limited in the latter session. It's unclear who among the trio will be available Sunday at San Francisco, but Eskridge himself likely has a few more phases to get through before he gains clearance to play.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: In line to practice Thursday

    Eskridge (concussion) is expected to return to practice Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    Eskridge sat out Weeks 2 and 3 due to a concussion, and the head injury continued to keep him off the practice field Wednesday. Fortunately for Eskridge, head coach Pete Carroll believes the rookie second-round pick will clear the final phase of the concussion protocol in time for Thursday's session. If he does, Eskridge will have a good chance to make himself available for Sunday's road showdown with the 49ers.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Won't play this week

    Eskridge (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.

    The rookie hasn't practiced or played since suffering a concussion Week 1. Freddie Swain should continue to work as Seattle's No. 3 receiver, though last week's 5-95-1 receiving line will be hard to repeat, even if he matches the 76 percent snap share he logged. Eskridge and Swain split playing time back in Week 1 at Indianapolis.

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  • Seahawks' Dee Eskridge: Week 4 return possible

    Coach Pete Carroll said Friday that the Seahawks hope Eskridge (concussion), who is missing his second consecutive contest Sunday in Minnesota, is able to return next week, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

    Carroll specifically mentioned Wednesday as the day in which Seattle will have more information on Eskridge and his recovery from a Week 1 concussion. Perhaps the rookie second-round pick has made some progress through the protocol for head injuries, but he has yet to practice since the diagnosis. With Eskridge on the sideline, DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and Freddie Swain have acted as the Seahawks' clear-cut top three wide receivers.

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Age: 24
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