Schedule

Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
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@ 18
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@ 25
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@ 5
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BYE
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vs 12
vs 26
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Fantasy News

  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Clean bill of health

    Blair (knee) is healthy and participating in training camp, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Blair has played just eight games over the last two seasons due to season-ending knee injuries in back-to-back seasons. He's finally healthy again, and he'll get a chance to compete for the starting nickel corner role in training camp. Justin Coleman -- who has been taking starting reps so far in training camp -- and Ugo Amadi will be his main competition.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Targeting return for training camp

    Coach Pete Carroll said Thursday that he is unsure if Blair (kneecap) will be ready for the start of Seattle's training camp despite the safety's optimism for a return, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports. Blair suffered a season-ending knee injury in Week 7 against the Saints last season and has struggled to stay on the field since his rookie season with the Seahawks, playing just eight games over the past two years. The 2019 second-round pick saw action in 14 games, including three starts, during his inaugural campaign when he registered 32 tackles and two forced fumbles. Blair will look to establish himself as rotational safety behind starters Quandre Diggs and Jamal Adams.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Suffers serious knee injury

    Blair suffered a "significant" knee injury during Monday's game against the Saints, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. There aren't many details on Blair's injury just yet, but it doesn't sound as though he'll return to action in the near future. Ugo Amadi figures to see more reps at free safety in Blair's absence.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Projected to start in slot

    Blair is expected to be the Seahawks' starting nickel cornerback in the season opener against the Colts, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. After going down with a torn ACL in Week 2 last year, Blair made a full recovery and beat out Ugo Amadi for the starting job during training camp. A 2019 second-round pick, Blair is sturdy in coverage and can line up all over the field. During his rookie season, he logged just 238 defensive snaps but produced 32 tackles (24 solo).
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Dealing with knee soreness

    Blair is currently dealing with some knee soreness, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports. There is no indication if Blair will be ready for Saturday's preseason matchup with the Broncos. If he is ruled out, look for Ugo Amadi and Aashari Crosswell to potentially see increased action.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Back at practice Monday

    Blair (heel) participated in Monday's practice, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Blair sat out Saturday's session with a heel injury, but he'll make a quick return to practice from the minor issue. The 24-year-old is expected to open the season as the Seahawks' nickel safety.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Nursing heel injury

    Blair sat out Saturday's practice due to a heel injury, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. The 24-year-old apparently suffered the injury when he was kicked in the heel Friday, and it's not believed to be a serious issue. Blair is the frontrunner to open the season as Seattle's nickel safety.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Battling for nickel role

    Blair (knee) is the frontrunner for the nickel safety role heading into the 2021 season, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Blair tore the ACL in his right knee during Week 2 of the 2020 season, marking the second ACL tear of his career. Nevertheless, the 2019 second-round pick bounced back quickly and has been on the field for all of training camp. He has lined up at nickel, strong safety and free safety during practice, though Jamal Adams and Quandre Diggs are locked into the latter two positions, respectively, However, the nickel role is up for grabs. Blair is the front-runner while Ugo Amadi poses notable competition.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Suffers torn ACL

    Blair tore his ACL during Sunday's win over the Patriots and will miss the rest of the season, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. While making a tackle Sunday night, Blair's leg bent awkwardly, and he was quickly ruled out of the game. He'll undergo surgery to repair his torn ACL, but he should have ample time to recover before the 2021 season. The 2019 second-round pick will likely be replaced by Ugo Amadi as the team's nickel safety, although Lano Hill could rotate in occasionally as well.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Ruled out with knee injury

    Blair has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Patriots with a knee injury. Blair went to the locker room after getting his leg caught awkwardly, and it didn't take long for him to be ruled out for the remainder of the contest, which suggests an additional absence stretching beyond this game is a possibility. It has been clarified as a knee injury.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Battling for nickel role

    Blair (ankle) is preparing to play nickel corner in 2020, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. The Seahawks feel strongly about Blair's talents, selecting the safety in the second round of the 2019 draft, but they subsequently traded for Jamal Adams and Quandre Diggs since then. The latter two will be the starters at strong and free safety, respectively, so Blair will compete with Ugo Amadi and potentially Tre Flowers for the nickel corner role. Regardless, Adams' versatility changes the Seahawks' defense for the better, and that should open the door for Blair to get on the field more.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Practicing at full speed

    Blair (back) practiced without limitations Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. It was a scary sight when Blair was carted off the field during the team's second preseason game, but he has made a full recovery and will be ready for Sunday's season opener versus the Bengals. Since he's missed so much practice, he may have a limited role in the defense for his NFL debut, rotating with Delano Hill in dime packages.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Returning to action Thursday

    Blair (back) will play in Thursday's preseason finale against the Raiders, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Blair was carted off the field with the back injury during the second preseason game against the Vikings, but he avoided a serious injury and will suit up Thursday. The rookie second-round pick out of Utah is looking to secure a reserve role in the secondary.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Carted off with back injury

    Blair was carted off during Sunday's preseason game against Minnesota due to a back injury and immediately ruled out for the remainder of the contest, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Blair was making a nice push for at least a backup safety role, but this injury could put the rookie second-rounder's development on hold. Expect further news to surface as to the severity of this injury once Blair is evaluated.
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  • Seahawks' Marquise Blair: Nursing hamstring injury

    Coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that Blair is nursing a hamstring injury, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. While the severity of Blair's injury isn't certain, the second-round rookie has missed practice both of the past two weeks, per Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune. If he can't make it back for the final day of minicamp Thursday, Blair's next chance to take the field won't arrive until the start of training camp in late July. When healthy, the Utah product is expected to compete for a starting job in the secondary.
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