Diggs avoided a suspension for his helmet-to-helmet hit on N'Keal Harry during Sunday's 35-30 win over the Patriots, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.
Diggs was ejected for the hit in the first quarter, and while he won't be suspended, the league will likely fine the safety for his actions. For the sake of the Seahawks' defense, it's encouraging that Diggs will be available in Week 3 versus the Cowboys since S Marquise Blair (knee) could miss time.
Diggs was ejected in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Patriots for a helmet-to-helmet hit on N'Keal Harry, Mike Giardi of NFL Network reports.
Lano Hill is expected to cover for Diggs the rest of the way, with Marquise Blair also getting some looks at safety when he isn't performing nickel corner duties. Diggs will likely be fined for his hit, but a suspension is unlikely.
Diggs posted four tackles, two pass breakups and an interception in Sunday's 38-25 win over the Falcons.
Diggs proved himself over the final five games with the Seahawks last year, hauling in three interceptions, and he picked up where he left off. His game-sealing interception was the 10th of his six-year career, and he's already active with pass breakups to begin the season. Still, Diggs won't stack up the tackles for IDP purposes, as he recorded more than six stops in a game just once last season.
Diggs, who made eight tackles over two playoff games, finished the 2019 season with 41 tackles, three pass breakups and three interceptions over 10 games between the Lions and Seahawks.
The Lions traded Diggs to the Seahawks after five games, but Diggs only managed to play in five games with Seattle due to hamstring and ankle injuries. Diggs made timely tackles for the Seahawks and ran an interception back for a touchdown, and he was a consistent every-down starter when healthy. The 26-year-old has two years remaining on his contract at a reasonable cap hit, so he's in line for another year as a starter in 2020. His role in the Seattle scheme offers limited IDP value, however.
Diggs (ankle) does not carry an injury designation for Sunday's playoff bout in Philadelphia, Liz Matthews of USA Today reports.
Diggs resumed practicing without restrictions Thursday, a sign that his ankle issue is no longer limiting him. The 26-year-old is on track to draw his usual start at free safety during Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Eagles.
Diggs (ankle) was listed as a full participant for Thursday's practice, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Diggs missed Week 17 while dealing with the ankle issue, but as evidenced by this news, he's on track to rejoin the lineup for Sunday's wild-card game against the Eagles. Barring any setbacks, the 26-year-old is expected draw the start at free safety for the game.
Diggs (ankle) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Coach Pete Carroll said earlier in the week Diggs was expected to play this weekend after missing Week 17, and his return to practice Wednesday puts him in a good position. The 26-year-old should be able to avoid an injury designation for the Wild Card matchup if he can practice fully in the next two days.
Coach Pete Carroll expects Diggs (ankle) to play in Sunday's wild-card playoff game against the Eagles, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. "They are telling me now he is going to be ready to go this week," Carroll said.
Diggs has missed the last two games with a high-ankle sprain, and he has yet to return to the practice field since sustaining the injury. Carroll's optimism is a good sign, but Diggs' practice status starting Wednesday will be more telling. If Diggs is unable to play in the opening round, Delano Hill will start at free safety again.
Diggs (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the 49ers.
Sunday's game decides the NFC West, so a Seahawks win affords the team home-field advantage in the Wild Card round. Whether Diggs will be ready for such a contest remains to be seen, but for the time being, Delano Hill will start at free safety.
Diggs (ankle) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's showdown against San Francisco, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Despite non-participant status during practice both Wednesday and Thursday, Diggs still has an outside shot to suit up Sunday. He missed last week's loss to Arizona due to the ankle issue and would be a key loss to the defense considering he has 21 tackles and three interceptions in his past five contests. Marquise Blair is the likely candidate to replace Diggs should he sit again.
Diggs (ankle) has yet to practice this week, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
As previously reported, Diggs seems unlikely to play Week 17. He has a better shot to return for the playoffs.
Coach Pete Carroll didn't provide much optimism Monday about Diggs' (ankle) availability for Week 17, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Diggs was inactive for Sunday's loss to the Cardinals, and he doesn't appear overly likely to retake the field for the regular-season finale. Delano Hill would be set to receive another start at free safety if Diggs is unable to suit up.
Diggs (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Diggs has been a starter for the Seahawks ever since making his debut Week 10 and he's been a productive addition, recording 21 tackles, three pass breakups and three interceptions over five games. Delano Hill is expected to start at free safety in Diggs' place.
Diggs (ankle) is doubtful for Sunday's game against Arizona, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Diggs was unable to practice Wednesday or Thursday. Delano Hill and Ugo Amadi saw increased snaps after the Texas product was forced to exit Week 15 and would likely do so again if Diggs can't go.
Diggs (ankle) will be a game-time decision for Sunday's clash with the Cardinals, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Diggs missed the team's walkthrough and isn't expected to practice Wednesday, so calling the safety a game-time decision feels optimistic. Be sure to monitor Diggs' practice status through the week to see if he's able to get any reps in before Sunday's divisional clash. Right now, Diggs is a longshot to face Arizona.
Diggs has been diagnosed with a high-ankle sprain, but test results have been positive, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Diggs is still not expected to play in the Seahawks' Week 16 game versus the Cardinals, but his positive test results are cause for optimism. It remains unclear if he would be ready for the start of the playoffs. The 26-year-old has been solid in the secondary since being traded from Detroit. While he is sidelined, some combination of Delano Hill, Marquise Blair and Ugo Amadi figure to replace him.
Diggs (ankle) isn't expected to play in Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Diggs exited Week 15's win over the Panthers with an ankle sprain, and coach Pete Carroll didn't express optimism about Diggs' status after the game. The fifth-year safety has been a welcome addition to the Seahawks' secondary since being traded from Detroit, generating 21 tackles and three interceptions over five games. If he's indeed out, there will be an open competition between Delano Hill, Marquise Blair and Ugo Amadi to fill Diggs' starting role.
Diggs suffered a sprained ankle in Sunday's 30-24 win over the Panthers, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Diggs left the game in the second half and didn't return, but he still managed a season-high eight tackles. Bobby Wagner also sustained a sprained ankle in the contest, and coach Pete Carroll revealed that Diggs' injury is worse than Wagner's. It remains to be seen if either player will be held out of Week 16's game against the Cardinals, but we'll have a better grasp on their respective statuses when practice commences Wednesday.
Diggs was forced out of Sunday's game against the Panthers with an ankle injury, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Diggs has been an excellent trade acquisition for the Seahawks, recording three interceptions, including a pick-six, and three pass breakups over the last four games. When he left this contest, Diggs was second on the team with eight tackles. Rookie Marquise Blair likely will fill Diggs' role for the time being.
Diggs recorded five tackles (four solo), two pass breakups and two interceptions, taking one back for a touchdown, in Sunday's 28-12 loss to the Rams.
Diggs has started all four games he's played with the Seahawks since being traded from Detroit on Oct. 22. The fifth-year safety has been outstanding, and he accounted for Seattle's only touchdown in this divisional loss, jumping in front of a pass intended for Robert Woods and running uncontested to the end zone. Diggs now has 13 tackles, three pass breakups and three interceptions with the Seahawks.
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