McKissic (foot) will not resume practicing Week 11, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
McKissic was initially expected to begin practicing Week 11, but will instead remain sidelined as he continues to recover from a broken foot. He's already spent the required eight weeks on injured reserve, and would be eligible to return to Seattle's 53-man roster whenever the team deems him healthy. McKissic will work to get healthy in time for the Seahawks' tilt against the Panthers in Week 12.
McKissic (foot) is expected to return to practice Week 11, Gregg Bell of The News Tribune reports.
McKissic is expected to return to practice for the first time since August in Week 11, and will be eligible to come off injured reserve whenever the Seahawks deem him to have fully recovered from a broken bone in his foot. It's difficult to pinpoint exactly how McKissic might fit into Seattle's crowded running back room, but the third-year pro's abilities as a pass catcher and kick returner should earn him a role of some kind in the Seahawks' offense when healthy.
Coach Pete Carroll said he isn't sure if McKissic (foot) will practice this week, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
McKissic is eligible to return from injured reserve for Sunday's game in Los Angeles, but it doesn't seem like the Seahawks are expecting him back that soon. He's spent the entire season on IR while recovering from a broken bone in his foot, hoping to eventually handle a small role on passing downs.
Coach Pete Carroll said on Monday that McKissic (foot) won't return to practice this week, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
After getting off to a slow start on the ground this season, the Seahawks have boasted a 100-yard rusher in four of the last five game. Chris Carson has three of them, while Mike Davis has the other. At the same time, 2018 first-round pick Rashaad Penny has received no touches on two occasions. Thus, there's no hurry to rush the return of McKissic, who is eligible to be activated from IR as early as Week 10 against the Rams.
McKissic will be out 4-to-6 weeks after suffering a Jones fracture in his foot, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
McKissic already seemed to be on the wrong side of the bubble in Seattle after rushing just two times for five yards and hauling in three passes for 14 yards through two preseason games. This injury may expedite his departure, as the Seahawks can waive him with an injury settlement or place him on IR to free up a roster spot. C.J. Prosise is left as the main pass-catching threat in the backfield, though his own injury owes could inspire the team to bring in more competition.
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