|Offense||27th||122.4 (8th)||193.8 (27th)|
|Defense||12th||129.0 (29th)||226.0 (6th)|
|35||Alexander, Maurice||DB||6-2||220||2/16/1991||4||Utah State|
|76||Brown, Duane||T||6-4||315||8/30/1985||11||Virginia Tech|
|32||Carson, Chris||RB||5-11||222||9/16/1994||2||Oklahoma State|
|31||Chancellor, Kam||DB||6-3||225||4/3/1988||9||Virginia Tech|
|27||Davis, Mike||RB||5-9||217||2/19/1993||4||South Carolina|
|74||Fant, George||T||6-5||322||7/19/1992||3||Western Kentucky|
|37||Flowers, Tre||CB||6-3||203||6/2/1995||R||Oklahoma State|
|65||Ifedi, Germain||T||6-5||325||6/2/1994||3||Texas A&M|
|93||Jackson, Branden||DE||6-4||295||11/11/1992||2||Texas Tech|
|11||Janikowski, Sebastian||K||6-1||260||3/2/1978||19||Florida State|
|92||Jones, Nazair||DT||6-5||292||12/13/1994||2||North Carolina|
|36||King, Akeem||DB||6-1||215||10/29/1992||3||San Jose State|
|16||Lockett, Tyler||WR||5-10||182||9/28/1992||4||Kansas State|
|24||Luani, Shalom||DB||6-0||202||8/5/1994||2||Washington State|
|94||McDowell, Malik||DT||6-6||299||6/20/1996||1||Michigan State|
|83||Moore, David||WR||6-0||215||1/15/1995||2||East Central (OK)|
|20||Penny, Rashaad||RB||5-11||220||2/2/1996||R||San Diego State|
|22||Prosise, C.J.||RB||6-1||225||5/20/1994||3||Notre Dame|
|64||Sweezy, J.R.||G||6-5||310||4/8/1989||7||NC State|
|81||Vannett, Nick||TE||6-6||261||3/6/1993||3||Ohio State|
|54||Wagner, Bobby||LB||6-0||245||6/27/1990||7||Utah State|
|50||Wright, K.J.||LB||6-4||246||7/23/1989||8||Mississippi State|
|61||Ali'ifua, Ricky (IR)||DE||6-2||297||12/2/1991||R||Utah State|
|43||Beal, Emmanuel (IR)||LB||6-0||223||6/26/1995||R||Oklahoma|
|88||Dissly, Will (IR)||TE||6-4||265||7/8/1996||R||Washington|
|52||Grace, Jermaine (IR)||LB||6-0||223||11/8/1993||2||Miami (FL)|
|73||Jones, Jamarco (IR)||T||6-4||293||6/4/1996||R||Ohio State|
|41||Maxwell, Byron (IR)||DB||6-1||207||2/23/1988||8||Clemson|
|21||McKissic, J.D. (IR)||RB||5-10||195||8/15/1993||2||Arkansas State|
|38||Mutcherson, Tevon (IR)||DB||5-10||197||7/27/1992||R||UCF|
|29||Thomas, Earl (IR)||FS||5-10||202||5/7/1989||9||Texas|
|93||Walden, Erik (IR)||LB||6-2||250||8/21/1985||11||Middle Tennessee|
|5||McGough, Alex||QB||6-3||214||9/8/1995||R||Florida International|
|Reed, Kalan||DB||5-11||192||12/29/1993||2||Southern Miss|
Rashaad Penny (nine carries, two catches) and Mike Davis (six carries, one catch) were both involved out of the backfield as well. Unfortunately for the trio of running backs, all three of Seattle's touchdowns came through the air. Carson figures to keep leading the team in carries coming out of Seattle's Week 7 bye, but he's far from having a monopoly on the team's rushing attack.
Jefferson received his tender earlier this offseason and is now set to remain in Seattle in 2018. The 2016 fifth-round pick notched seven tackles and one sack in six games for the Seahawks a season ago.
Ali'ifua is now stuck on IR through the end of the league year unless he agrees to an injury settlement.
Prosise is a healthy scratch for a second consecutive week, as the trio of Chris Carson, Mike Davis and Rashaad Penny split work out of the Seahawks' backfield. Prosise has yet to log a single carry in three appearances this season.
Grace was waived/injured on Friday after the Seahawks signed linebacker Mychal Kendricks. He will be out for the foreseeable future with an undisclosed injury.
Per Gregg Bell of The Tacoma News Tribune, Carroll said Wright will resume running this week, but it would be "too much to ask" for the linebacker make the trip with the Seahawks to London for Sunday's matchup. Though Wright has yet to suit up this season, the expectation is that with two more weeks to ramp up from the injury -- the Seahawks are on bye in Week 7 -- the 29-year-old will be ready to make his debut in Seattle's subsequent game Oct. 28 in Detroit. Shaquem Griffin and Jacob Martin will likely lose out on snaps once Wright is back to full strength.
Hill will suit up as a backup free safety and special teams player. Expect the second-year player to see most of his snaps on special teams.
When a punter is drafted in the fifth round (No. 149 overall), it becomes his job to lose. Dickson didn't flinch through two preseason games, as he averaged 51.7 yards over six punts and pinned two inside the 20, compared to Ryan's stat line of 45.6 and one, respectively. Part of the punting job in Seattle is holding for the placekicker, a job Sebastian Janikowski won over Jason Myers on Monday.
Kendricks pleaded guilty for insider trading in early September and is scheduled to be sentenced on Jan. 24. The Browns parted ways with the linebacker when the team learned of his crime, though the Seahawks signed him to a one-year deal soon after. Kendricks played three games for the Seahawks, totaling 15 tackles and two sacks. Kendricks will be barred from playing until his situation is resolved, but it's fair to say his career in the NFL is in serious jeopardy
Luani was traded to the Seahawks early in September prior to being waived by the team in the wake of Week 1. The team is brining him back to provide depth to the secondary as the prepare to face off against the Bears on Monday.
Chancellor sustained a neck injury last season, leading to his placement on the PUP list. The once great safety was a dominant player for the Seahawks, but he announced his intention to retire as a result of his injury a month ago and it's likely only a matter of time before that becomes official.
Baldwin finally looked like himself again, leading Seattle in targets, catches and yards. Unfortunately for Baldwin's fantasy owners, he was kept out of the end zone while three other Seattle receivers scored touchdowns. The veteran wide receiver will be playing at less than 100 percent throughout the year due to knee troubles, but he'll still be a serviceable option moving forward if he can replicate this performance. Baldwin and the Seahawks will be on bye in Week 7.
Vannett's presence on the inactive list comes as a surprise after coach Pete Carroll said just two days earlier that the third-year player would be available for the London game. With Vannett sidelined for at least this week and Will Dissly (knee) on injured reserve, the Seahawks are suddenly thin at tight end. Darell Daniels and Tyrone Swoopes -- both of whom were members of Seattle's practice squad less than two weeks ago -- will represent the team's only options at the position in Week 6.
Thompson is in line to start at free safety after Earl Thomas (leg) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. Per Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times, Bradley McDougald will remain at strong safety. Thompson is in his second season out of Colorado and has 10 tackles in 13 career games.
Mingo started the season with limited production, but turned things on in the second half of the season with 33 tackles, two sacks and two forced fumbles in the final eight games. The 2013 first-round pick of the Browns enters the 2018 season as an unrestricted free agent and could be an attractive rotational option at outside linebacker for a number of teams.
Will Dissly (knee) is expected to miss the rest of the season, leaving Nick Vannett as the only healthy tight end on Seattle's 53-man roster. The team surely will add another body in the meantime, but the situation bodes well for Dickson to eventually earn a sizable role. Vannett has caught nine of 14 targets for 67 yards in four games, displaying minimal upside in the passing game.
Stephen suffered a knee injury on Andrew Sendejo's first-quarter interception return this past Sunday and had to be carried off the field. He did not have to go back into the locker room to be evaluated, but the injury was serious enough to hold him out for the remainder of the game and for all of practice this week. With Stephen on the mend, it will be rookie Jaleel Johnson filling in at defensive tackle against Philadelphia's third-ranked rushing offense.
Alexander is expected to start at strong safety during Sunday's matchup, moving Bradley McDougald over to free safety ahead of Tedric Thompson. The fifth-year safety spent training camp with the Seahawks, so picking up the playbook shouldn't be much of an issue. Alexander is also expected to serve as the primary backup at weakside linebacker following the suspension of Mychal Kendricks.
Pocic started the first two games of the season, but he sat out each of the last three weeks following an ankle injury. Now healthy, Pocic should slot back in at left guard Sunday against the Raiders, barring a setback.
McKissic already seemed to be on the wrong side of the bubble in Seattle after rushing just twice 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.
It was Clark's first career pick, and it helped replace some IDP value that was lost when he failed to record a sack for the second straight week. Clark continues to be the team's top pass rusher, but his value suffers from averaging just two tackles per game.
McGough had a turbulent preseason, with moments of poise and others that revealed why no team selected him until the seventh round of April's draft. In turn, the Seahawks traded for Brett Hundley to be Russell Wilson's backup. McGough will use the time time to develop and possibly vie for the backup role in 2019 when Hundley's contract expires.
Brown started nine games for the Seahawks last season after coming over in a trade from Houston. Assuming he continues to perform, the veteran tackle is now set to protect Russell Wilson's blind side through the 2021 campaign.
With Will Dissly (kneecap) landing on injured reserve after undergoing surgery for a patella injury, the Seahawks are extremely thin at the tight end position. Daniels joins the team as the second option at the position and could see some playing time in Sunday's contest against the Rams. He served as a special teams contributor prior to being waived before last week's game against the Cardinals and landing on the practice squad.
Beal is now stuck on IR through the end of the league year unless he agrees to an injury settlement.
Moore has elevated to the No. 3 wideout role, but his value still is dependent on touchdowns. The second-year pro scored twice in Week 5 against the Rams and kept the momentum rolling with another score in Week 6. He's still unreliable with just nine targets in the last three weeks.
Victor likely tweaked his ankle during Friday's training camp session, while the Raiders elected to keep him sidelined Saturday as a precaution. The sixth-rounder faces an uphill battle for playing time at middle linebacker, as he currently stands behind Tahir Whitehead, Derrick Johnson and Marquel Lee on the depth chart.
Dropping Coleman opened up a spot for linebacker Tre'Von Johnson. The Seahawks linebackers are battling injuries, as K.J. Wright (knee) is doubtful and Bobby Wagner (groin) is questionable to play the Bears on Monday.
Green sustained the hamstring injury in late August and was waived/injured at roster cutdowns. The 23-year-old cleared waivers and reverted to injured reserve, but he can sign elsewhere after reaching the injury settlement.
Griffin will have a chance to get back to practice Saturday as the Seahawks prepare for a Monday meeting with the Bears. The second-year pro is the clear No. 1 corner in Seattle, and his absence would open the door for Justin Coleman to log starter reps. If Griffin does miss Week 2, all Bears skill players will see their values rise.
Lockett was a dud for three quarters, but he caught a 10-yard touchdown pass five seconds into the fourth quarter to give fantasy owners consolidation. He fell behind Doug Baldwin, who caught six of eight targets for a team-high 91 yards but no score. The team stays on the road against Detroit in Week 7.
After missing two field goals the previous week, Janikowski bounced back with a perfect performance. He's now made three of four attempts from over 50 yards and converted all 14 extra points.
The shine of his 21-carry, two-touchdown performance in Week 4 is wearing off as Davis fell in touches to Chris Carson (14) and Rashaad Penny (11).
The trade leaves DeShone Kizer as the unquestioned No. 2 quarterback in Green Bay, while the Seahawks now have a cloudy backup situation involving Hundley, Austin Davis and Alex McGough. A 2015 fifth-round pick, Hundley finally received extended playing time last season while Aaron Rodgers was sidelined by injury and failed to take advantage of the opportunity. He averaged 7.5 yards across 36 rush attempts, but his impact on the ground was negated by a mark of 5.8 yards per pass attempt and a 9:12 TD:INT. For what it's worth, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle expects Hundley to step in ahead of Davis and McGough on the depth chart, thus serving as the top understudy to Russell Wilson.
Swoopes was elevated from the practice squad Saturday and given immediate use in his NFL debut with Nick Vannett (back) inactive. Darrell Daniels was the only other tight end suited up. The Seahawks have a bye week next.
Calitro spent some time on the Seahawks' practice squad last season, so the linebacker already has some familiarity with the organization. He also spent time with the Jets, 49ers and Browns last season, but has yet to make his NFL regular-season debut.
It's a bummer for the Seahawks, who watched Walden make two sacks in his preseason debut. The veteran linebacker was set to bolster the team's pass rush, but now the Seahawks will revert to Frank Clark (elbow) and Dion Jordan (shin).
Wilson connected with Jaron Brown (five yards) and David Moore (19 yards) for a pair of first-quarter touchdowns, then added a 10-yard score to Tyler Lockett early in the fourth quarter. Though Wilson's only exceeded 226 passing yards once in six games, he's managed to throw multiple aerial scores in all but one game this season. He'll get a bye in Week 7 as the Seahawks make their way back stateside.
Madden has resided on injured reserve since early November and isn't eligible to play Sunday against the Cardinals, but it appears the Seahawks will make him one of two players designated to return from IR this season. If Seattle qualifies for the playoffs and the fullback checks out fine during his subsequent practices, Madden could suit up for a potential wild-card round matchup and any postseason contests that might follow.
Coach Pete Carroll believed it was a minor sprain for Mutcherson, who did not record a tackle prior to the injury. The 26-year-old signed a deal with the Seahawks in May and is battling for a roster spot as a reserve safety.
Griffin was surrounded by hype as the first player with one hand to be drafted into the NFL, and he's presently looking like a fifth-round steal. His stellar performance won't guarantee him additional time when the season begins, however, as the Seahawks are set at outside linebacker with D.J. Alexander and K.J. Wright. Consequently, special teams may ultimately be Griffin's primary path to getting on the field at the onset of his professional career.
The Seahawks held Ifedi out of Monday's walk-through, but it appears they were just being cautious. He appears on track to play Thursday against the Cardinals assuming he avoids a setback.
Jones, who the Seahawks picked in the fifth round of April's draft, was in competition for the right tackle position before he required surgery to repair a high-ankle sprain. He'll now shift his focus to the 2019 season.
Jordan was a late addition to the Seahawks' injury report Friday as a non-participant in practice, leaving Seattle thin at defensive end behind starters Quinton Jefferson and Frank Clark.
There was confusion earlier this summer regarding how the Seahawks handled this situation. Instead of being placed on the Non-Football Injury list, McDowell was waived with a non-football injury, and the defensive end became an unrestricted free agent upon clearing waivers. Having made no sign of progress in his recovery since, McDowell's future in the NFL remains clouded.
Reed is nursing a fractured foot that landed him on IR last week. The third-year defensive back will be free to sign elsewhere should he pass through waivers unclaimed.
Coleman will remain in Seattle in 2018 after recording 43 tackles, 1.5 sacks and two interceptions last season. The 25-year-old could see an even larger role in the Seattle defense during the upcoming campaign in light of the departure of Richard Sherman.
Hunt spent nine games on the Seahawks' active roster last season, including one start. Expect the 2016 sixth-round selection to back up Justin Britt for the remainder of the season.
The rookie defensive end will miss his third consecutive game as he continues to nurse an ankle injury. Branden Jackson and Dion Jordan could see increased workloads in Green's absence.
After missing Week 2 against the Bears because of the hamstring issue, the 2018 fifth-round pick appears to be in a good spot to suit up against the Cowboys. Flowers started the opener against the Broncos and should do the same opposite Shaquill Griffin in Week 3.
Dissly will miss the remainder of the 2018 season due to a patella tendon injury. The rookie will turn his focus toward recovery and will work toward potentially retaking the field Week 1 of next season. Heading into Sunday's game against the Rams, expect Nick Vannett to serve as Seattle's No. 1 tight end option.
Jones is listed as a backup behind Jarran Reed, but he should come in handy for pass rush situations, as he had two sacks, three pass breakups and one interception in 11 games last year. The Seahawks have a strong defensive front once again, however, with Reed, Tom Johnson and Shamar Stephen (knee) -- the latter two combined for more than 1,000 snaps with the Vikings last season. Therefore, Jones will be hard-pressed to get on the field enough to be a consistent IDP threat.
He'll fill the void of Akeem King, who was promoted to the active roster after Dontae Johnson (hip) was placed on injured reserve. The undrafted rookie will spend the season developing his craft in hopes of making a 53-man roster in the future.
Penny was the Seattle's most effective running back ahead of Chris Carson (59 yards on 14 touches) and Mike Davis (26 yards on seven touches). Carson is still ahead of Penny in the pecking order, as the 27th overall selection in the 2018 draft is still searching for his first career touchdown heading into Seattle's Week 7 bye.
Maxwell is now slated to miss another preseason game following the news of his projected absence. For Maxwell, the time missed seems to be adding up and getting more costly by the second. Teammate Dontae Jackson could wind up earning the starting corner spot opposite Shaquill Griffin. Seattle is also high on Tre Flowers' potential with the team. If Maxwell is to keep his name in the mix, he'll need to do so by staying on the field.
Fant is reportedly moving well with the brace on his knee, which stems from an August 2017 ACL tear. He's expected to be eased back into action throughout training camp, but he'll ultimately compete for a starting spot on the offensive line, barring any setbacks.
It was Brown's first reception since Week 3 and his sixth of the year. He has just six catches for 28 yards and one score this season.
Wagner now has 27 tackles and four pass breakups over the four games he's played. His consistency against the run and in coverage renders him a viable fantasy option.
After missing out on Week 2 against the Bears, Fluker should be ready to roll when the Seahawks retake the field for Sunday's matchup against the Cowboys, barring an appearance on the injury report later in the week. He should slot in as the team's starting right guard once again.
Sweezy injured his ankle during the opening days of training camp but now appears to be healthy. The sixth-year vet is expected to serve as a key backup along the Seahawks' offensive line in 2018.
McDougald shifted to free safety since Earl Thomas' season ended after he fractured his leg, and he posted his highest number of tackles on the season. The Seahawks likely want him to make plays on the ball like Thomas did, but he'll remain a mid-tier IDP option until that happens.
Reed reached 45 tackles (23 solo) and 1.5 sacks in his second season. When he was healthy, Reed averaged 44 defensive snaps per game, but this rate rose to 53 when Nazair Jones suffered an ankle injury. If Reed keeps up these snap counts, he'll be in good position to eclipse the 50-tackle mark in 2018.
The procedure will increase his odds of making a full recovery, and he'll aim to be healthy by March 11 when free agency opens. The 29-year-old safety won't play for the rest of this season, and due to his frustrations with Seattle's front office, it's unlikely he re-signs with the Seahawks.
Marshall once again fell behind in the pecking order, as David Moore passed him in offensive snaps for the third straight week. Barring an injury, he's fit to stay on waivers.