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Oct 2, 2022 8 29 3.6 13 0 2
Sep 25, 2022 3 19 6.3 21 0 2
Sep 18, 2022 4 10 2.5 8 0 1
Sep 12, 2022 0 0 0 0 0

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2022 58 3.87 6 14
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Fantasy News

  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Totals 24 yards

    Walker rushed eight times for 29 yards and caught his lone target for a five-yard loss in Sunday's 48-45 win over the Lions. Walker was on the field for 25 offensive snaps (36 percent), but he wasn't effective on the ground or in the passing game. Meanwhile, veteran running back Rashaad Penny stole the show, as he rushed 17 times for 151 yards and two touchdowns. Penny is playing like he did toward the end of last season, so Walker likely won't have a consistent offensive role for the time being.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Puts up 33 total yards

    Walker rushed three times for 19 yards and caught all three of his targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 27-23 loss to the Falcons. Walker played just nine offensive snaps, but it's encouraging that he got the ball on six of those plays. The rookie second-round pick had a 21-yard tout in the third quarter but didn't gain any ground on his other two carries. He was also effective as a checkdown option for quarterback Geno Smith. However, Rashaad Penny -- who played 69 percent of the snaps -- is still the clear No. 1 back, so fantasy managers need to exercise patience with Walker.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Quiet debut in Sunday's loss

    Walker gained 10 yards on four carries and caught two of three targets for five yards in Sunday's 27-7 loss to the 49ers. Making his debut for Seattle after missing Week 1 while completing his recovery from a hernia procedure in August, the second-round pick in the 2022 NFL Draft struggled along with the rest of the team's offense, and the Seahawks' only points on the day came on a blocked field goal that got returned to the end zone by Mike Jackson. More encouragingly, Walker tied Rashaad Penny in touches with six, and the rookie could find himself in a backfield timeshare now that he's healthy -- albeit a timeshare in an offense that has looked far from dangerous so far. Up next in Week 3 is a Falcons defense that has yet to allow a RB to reach 50 rushing yards against them.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Clear for NFL debut

    Walker (hernia) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in San Francisco, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. While he won't necessarily have a key role from the jump, Walker has been cleared to play. He should poach some carries from Rashaad Penny sooner or later, and the veteran's injury history means Walker has a good chance to serve as the lead runner at some point during his rookie season. The 2022 second-round pick starts off with a challenge, facing San Francisco's menacing front seven on the road.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Falls back to limited practice

    Walker (hernia) was limited at Thursday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. During Week 1 prep, Walker was held out of practice entirely as he continued his recovery from a mid-August hernia procedure. This week, he kicked it off with a full session Wednesday, only to downgrade slightly one day later. The development may have been maintenance-related to ensure Walker gets to the weekend ready for his pro debut. Still, his activity level and eventual designation, or lack thereof, on Friday's injury report will provide insight into whether or not active status is possible Sunday at San Francisco. If Walker is available this weekend, the rookie second-round pick could be eased into action, especially with Rashaad Penny entrenched at the top of the depth chart.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Logs full practice

    Walker (hernia) practiced fully Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Walker didn't practice at all last week before being one of the Seahawks' inactives for Monday's win over the Broncos, the result of his continued recovery from a hernia procedure performed in mid-August. Head coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that the team expected Walker to be available Week 2 before telling Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic that the rookie running back was slated to practice Wednesday. The 2022 second-round pick did just that and more, handling every rep in the first session of the week. Walker thus is on track to serve as a complement to Seattle's No. 1 running back, Rashaad Penny, on Sunday at San Francisco.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Scheduled to practice

    Walker (abdomen) is expected to practice Wednesday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports. Head coach Pete Carroll has already said he expects Walker to return for this weekend's game against the 49ers, though Carroll noted Wednesday that the Seahawks are relying on the rookie to let them know how he feels in practice, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune reports. Either way, Rashaad Penny likely will be the lead back again, though Walker could take a chunk out of the rushing workload if he's truly ready this Sunday. Carroll's history of unrealistic optimism about injuries does leave some doubt as to Walker's availability. However, any doubt about Walker's status could largely be removed by a full practice showing by the end of the week.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Expected back Week 2

    Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that he plans on having Walker (abdomen) available for Sunday's game at San Francisco, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. "Kenny Walker is going to be out there this week for us to add to [the offense]," Carroll said. The second-round rookie out of Michigan State was inactive for Monday's 17-16 win over the Broncos after requiring a hernia procedure in mid-August, but Walker seems to have taken a step forward in his recovery in recent days. Since he didn't log any practice activity heading into Week 1, he'll presumably need to get in at least one full session by Friday to make good on Carroll's prediction that the running back will suit up Sunday. Given the time that he missed during the preseason, Walker may have to settle for a small role in the Seattle backfield initially, as Rashaad Penny should be entrenched as the Seahawks' top option on the ground while healthy.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: NFL debut delayed

    Walker (hernia) is listed as inactive Monday against the Broncos. A 2022 second-round pick, Walker unsurprisingly won't suit up in the Seahawks' season opener due to the hernia procedure he underwent in mid-August that didn't allow him to practice during Week 1 prep. With Walker on the sideline, the team will ride Rashaad Penny as the top backfield option, while Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas are on hand for any remaining RB reps.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Iffy for opener

    With Walker (hernia) having been listed as a non-participant on Friday's practice estimate, Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune suggests that all signs point to the running back missing Monday night's season opener against the Broncos. Saturday's injury report should add clarity to the 2022 second-rounder's Week 1 status, but if Walker is unavailable Monday, Travis Homer and/or DeeJay Dallas would be in line to handle complementary work behind starter Rashaad Penny.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Set for some work Thursday

    Coach Pete Carroll said Walker (hernia) will get some reps on the practice field Thursday, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports. Walker missed the Seahawks' final two preseason games due to a hernia procedure that he underwent in mid-August. As of Monday, Carroll was uncertain whether Walker would be ready for a season-opening matchup with the Broncos, but the rookie second-round pick looked good while running Wednesday and took part in the team's walkthrough Thursday. It's unclear if Walker will be contained to work on the side or be able to mix into individual and/or team drills, but his activity level will become known once Seattle posts its first Week 1 injury report.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker III: Who's Out

    Rashaad Penny should have the backfield mostly to himself in Week 1.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Status for Week 1 remains uncertain

    Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that he isn't sure whether Walker (abdomen) will play during Seattle's Week 1 matchup against the Broncos on Monday, Sept. 12, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Carroll said that Walker "worked some" by doing running and catching during Monday's practice, but the rookie's availability to begin the regular season remains up in the air due to his ongoing recovery from a hernia procedure. If Walker ultimately is unavailable for the Seahawks' season opener, Rashaad Penny would serve as the team's clear lead back, while Travis Homer and DeeJay Dallas likely would compete for touches in reserve roles.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: No clear timeline for return

    Coach Pete Carroll said Sunday that the team has yet to develop a return timetable for Walker (abdomen), who is recovering from a procedure to repair a hernia, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. "It's just a matter of time," Carroll said of Walker's recovery. "We don't have a designated return sequence yet, we've got to see how he responds." The rookie second-round pick is targeting a return to activity prior to Seattle's Sept. 12 season opener against the Broncos, but it's not yet clear whether that's a realistic goal for Walker.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Undergoes procedure

    Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday that Walker is having "a procedure" that's not related to a sports hernia, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports. Per Crabtree, Carroll previously suggested that Walker was a dealing with a minor hernia issue, but evidently there's another injury in play for the rookie. Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports that Carroll noted Walker doesn't have a core-muscle injury, but the exact nature of the running back's upcoming procedure is still a mystery. No matter the case, Walker is slated to miss some time in the preseason, but the Seahawks remain hopeful that he'll be ready to go for Week 1.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Logs six touches Saturday

    Walker rushed five times for 19 yards while securing his lone target for 11 yards during the Seahawks' 32-25 preseason loss to the Steelers on Saturday. Walker served as a starter during Saturday's preseason opener since Rashaad Penny (groin) was kept off the field. Although Walker didn't reach the end zone, he was involved in the Seahawks' offense over the first few drives of the game. The 2022 second-round pick has drawn plenty of praise from coach Pete Carroll over the first few weeks of training camp, particularly for his abilities in the passing game. While Penny is a strong candidate to start if he's healthy once the regular season begins, Walker should also be in the mix for touches, especially if he continues to develop as a receiver and pass blocker.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Expected to start Saturday

    Walker is expected to start Saturday's preseason game against the Steelers, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Rashaad Penny is dealing with a slight groin injury and will likely sit out Saturday's game, though he wasn't expected to play much even if he was healthy. Head coach Pete Carroll spent time Thursday raving about the rookie's abilities in the passing game, specifically as a pass blocker, which was a major question mark coming out of college. Walker will get a chance to prove himself in his first NFL action Saturday, and if he shows the necessary improvements in the passing game, he could have a chance to get on the field often when the games start to count. However, Penny's finish to the 2021 season should lock him in as the No. 1 back as long as he's healthy.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Likely vying for No. 2 duties

    Walker (hamstring) is expected to compete for the Seahawks' No. 2 running back role in 2022, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Walker missed part of mandatory minicamp with a hamstring injury but should be ready when training camp starts in late July. However, he may be boxed out from the starting role because of Rashaad Penny's dominance down the stretch last season. Walker won the Doak Walker Award -- given to college football's best running back -- last season after he ran for 1,636 yards and 18 touchdowns over 12 games with Michigan State, and the Seahawks selected him in the second round (41st overall) of April's draft. While that pedigree projects well for Walker in the long term and for dynasty purposes, he has enough question marks as a pass catcher and pass blocker to cast doubt unto his ability to operate in a third-down role right away. Thus, it wouldn't be surprising if he ran behind Travis Homer or DeeJay Dallas to begin the year until he can refine his skills.
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  • Seahawks' Kenneth Walker: Dealing with hamstring injury

    Head coach Pete Carroll said Thursday that Walker missed part of mandatory minicamp with a hamstring injury, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Fellow running back Rashaad Penny missed time in OTAs with a hamstring injury, though the team was simply taking a cautious approach and he was back on the field quickly. The Seahawks finished their mandatory minicamp Thursday but will reconvene Tuesday for their last three days of the offseason program. If Walker is still missing from the field, it could signal a more serious injury. Regardless, Walker should have plenty of time to recover before training camp starts in late July. The rookie second-round pick will compete with Rashaad Penny and possibly Chris Carson (neck) for a chance at the starting role.
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