|Offense||7th||104.2 (18th)||263.4 (4th)|
|Defense||9th||99.8 (9th)||215.1 (13th)|
|58||Alexander, D.J.||LB||6-2||233||9/30/1991||3||Oregon State|
|72||Bennett, Michael||DE||6-4||274||11/13/1985||9||Texas A&M|
|76||Brown, Duane||T||6-4||305||8/30/1985||12||Virginia Tech|
|31||Chancellor, Kam||SS||6-3||225||4/3/1988||8||Virginia Tech|
|39||Davis, Mike||RB||5-9||217||2/19/1993||3||South Carolina|
|6||Davis, Austin||QB||6-2||221||6/2/1989||6||Southern Mississippi|
|52||Garvin, Terence||OLB||6-3||235||1/1/1991||5||West Virginia|
|63||Glowinski, Mark||G||6-4||310||5/3/1992||3||West Virginia|
|88||Graham, Jimmy||TE||6-7||265||11/24/1986||8||Miami (Fla.)|
|65||Ifedi, Germain||T||6-5||325||6/2/1994||2||Texas A&M|
|67||Jackson, Branden||DE||6-4||270||11/11/1992||1||Texas Tech|
|78||Joeckel, Luke||G||6-6||307||11/6/1991||5||Texas A&M|
|92||Jones, Nazair||DT||6-5||304||12/13/1994||R||North Carolina|
|20||Lane, Jeremy||CB||6-0||190||7/14/1990||6||Northwestern State-Louisiana|
|16||Lockett, Tyler||WR||5-10||182||9/28/1992||3||Kansas State|
|94||McDowell, Malik||DT||6-6||299||6/20/1996||R||Michigan State|
|21||McKissic, J.D.||RB||5-10||195||8/15/1993||1||Arkansas State|
|83||Moore, David||WR||6-2||219||1/15/1995||R||East Central (OK)|
|34||Rawls, Thomas||RB||5-9||215||8/3/1993||3||Central Michigan|
|9||Ryan, Jon||P||6-0||217||11/26/1981||12||Regina (Canada)|
|35||Shead, DeShawn||CB||6-2||212||6/28/1989||6||Portland State|
|81||Vannett, Nick||TE||6-6||261||3/6/1993||2||Ohio State|
|54||Wagner, Bobby||MLB||6-0||245||6/27/1990||6||Utah State|
|50||Wright, K.J.||OLB||6-4||246||7/23/1989||7||Mississippi State|
|56||Avril, Cliff (IR)||DE||6-3||260||4/8/1986||10||Purdue|
|32||Carson, Chris (IR)||RB||5-11||218||9/16/1994||R||Oklahoma State|
|21||Elliott, DeAndre (IR)||CB||6-1||189||11/21/1992||2||Colorado State|
|74||Fant, George (IR)||T||6-5||322||7/19/1992||2||Western Kentucky|
|48||French, Christian (IR)||LB||6-5||245||8/18/1992||1||Oregon|
|Johnson, Malcolm (IR)||RB||6-1||231||8/11/1992||3||Mississippi State|
|38||Madden, Tre (IR)||FB||6-0||235||8/16/1993||2||Southern California|
|41||McDonald, Dewey (IR)||LB||6-0||229||6/10/1990||4||California (PA)|
|70||Odhiambo, Rees (IR)||T||6-4||315||9/23/1992||2||Boise State|
|22||Prosise, C.J. (IR)||RB||6-1||225||5/20/1994||2||Notre Dame|
|65||Senior, Justin (IR)||T||6-5||329||7/8/1994||R||Mississippi State|
|25||Sherman, Richard (IR)||CB||6-3||195||3/30/1988||7||Stanford|
|37||Simone, Jordan (IR)||SAF||5-11||190||7/21/1992||R||Arizona State|
|67||Thompson, Tyrus (IR)||T||6-5||330||11/17/1991||1||Oklahoma|
|Coleman, Kyle||LB||6-0||231||9/30/1993||R||Arkansas-Pine Bluff|
|Palacio, Kache||LB||6-1||237||1/30/1994||1||Washington State|
It was one of Richardson's best performances on the year as he registered a season-high in tackles and added his first sack of the year. Through nine games this season he has 23 tackles (14 solo), one sack, one interception and one pass defensed.
Carroll was less optimistic in the initial aftermath of Carson's injury, suggesting that the rookie probably wouldn't be a candidate to return from injured reserve. The rehab from Oct. 3 surgery apparently is going a bit better than expected, while the Seattle backfield has been even worse than anyone could've imagined. Eddie Lacy (ankle) and Thomas Rawls have combined for just 253 yards on 97 carries (2.6 average) with nary a touchdown, and C.J. Prosise (ankle) can't even stay healthy for long enough to get a chance. Carson's return would be a welcome development, even if it doesn't happen until late December or the playoffs (assuming Seattle qualifies). He's still a long shot to help out fantasy owners this season.
Smith will miss his second consecutive game, but he's rarely summoned enough to pick up fantasy points. Nazair Jones will pick up all the reserve snaps at defensive tackle Sunday.
Jefferson suffered the injury early into his first practice since being re-signed from the Rams practice squad Monday, and he's likely to miss at least a month. As a result, the team could be forced to make another move for defensive line depth, with starter Cliff Avril (neck) looking at a prolonged absence as well.
The 29 yards were a career high for the rookie, who is trying to work his way up the depth chart in Seattle. His 21 offensive snaps were still just fifth among Seattle receivers on Sunday, so he still has a ways to go. As he has just five catches thus far this season, he should not be on anyone's fantasy radar at this point.
If he gets healthy, Senior could be eligible for an injury settlement -- thus making him available for other teams. He could also be one of two IR players Seattle elects to activate, though that seems less likely. His inability to keep his knees healthy makes him unappealing to most franchises.
Prosise was placed on IR on Tuesday after spraining his left ankle in the Seahawks' Week 10 win over the Cardinals. While the roster move will keep Prosise unavailable for at least eight weeks to knock him out for the rest of the regular season, Carroll said it could come down to a race between Prosise and fellow running back Chris Carson (ankle) to receive one of the Seahawks' "designated-for-return" tags. Like Prosise, Carson is trending toward being fully health by late December, and the return of either player might inject life into a Seattle running attack that has struggled this season and isn't expected to be particularly effective while both are sidelined.
Dawson appeared to be past the arm injury that had hindered him in practice early on in training camp. His lack of defensive snaps isn't a positive sign in terms of his odds of making the team. He spent last season on the team's practice squad and could be in line for another year as a depth option in 2017.
Alexander was carted off the field with an ankle injury in Sunday's loss to the Redskins, so he appears to have made a quick recovery. He figures to resume his role as a depth defensive lineman assuming he avoids any setbacks.
Although he has been heavily active in the tackle department, Wright has failed to force a sack or turnover through six games this season. However, his 11 tackles Sunday were a season high and he was on the field for 50 snaps (85 percent), so he should have plenty of more opportunities to produce going forward.
Hill is expected to be ready for Sunday's matchup with the 49ers. He'll likely be used mainly as a special teams contributor.
McEvoy has just one reception this season, but it's a big one, a 53-yard haul against the Texans in Week 8. He's a talented, young receiver, but he nevertheless sits as the No. 4 wideout in Seattle, limiting his fantasy production.
Forrest is now free to sign elsewhere if he is healthy enough to play. The 25-year-old was placed on injured reserve with a knee injury last year as well, but it's unclear how severe the injury is this time around.
McDonald is believed to have torn his ACL last Sunday against the Titans, likely ending his season. The Seahawks claimed Justin March-Lillard off waivers in a corresponding move.
The Seahawks originally ruled Chancellor out for Week 11 after he was sidelined at practice throughout the week, but it now looks like his neck injury is severe enough to keep him out all season. Seattle's secondary will now be without Chancellor and Richard Sherman (Achilles) for the rest of the year, which certainly figures to affect the team's results on the field. Delano Hill, a rookie third-round pick, will presumably fill in for Chancellor.
Baldwin was uncharacteristically quiet prior to scoring a 29-yard touchdown on Seattle's second-last offensive drive. While that salvaged his performance Monday, it also gave Baldwin a score in three of his last five games. With three 90-plus-yard outings over that span as well, Baldwin has considerable momentum going into a fantastic Week 12 matchup versus the 49ers.
After missing Week 2, Garvin will return to his starting role at outside linebacker. The 26-year-old recorded three tackles (one solo) and a sack in Week 1, and he'll have to battle against a strong offensive line in Tennessee.
Selected at No. 94 overall in last year's draft, Vannett logged only 84 offensive snaps in nine games as a rookie while stuck behind Jimmy Graham, Luke Willson and Brandon Williams on the depth chart. Graham and Willson are still around and seemingly locked in as the top two options, but with both players in contract seasons, Vannett should at least have an opportunity to push for a significant role in 2018. Vannett is unlikely to ever serve as the team's top receiving threat at tight end, as he caught only 55 passes in 37 games at Ohio State and ran a 4.85 40-yard dash at the 2016 Combine.
Bennett increased his season sack total to 6.5, but he was otherwise quiet against a patchwork Redskins' offensive line. The 31-year-old played 58 of 63 defensive snaps and didn't appear to aggravate his lingering foot injury, although he will likely see limited practice reps again this week.
This is unsurprising after head coach Pete Carroll indicated earlier this week that Avril may be dealing with a more severe neck issue. Frank Clark will step in as starting right defensive end in his absence.
Thompson is less athletic than most players the Seahawks target, but he earned a high grade from them anyway thanks to his production. Thompson played safety for a Colorado pass defense that dominated in 2016, and Thompson picked off seven passes in the process. He and Delano Hill give Seattle options at safety.
Sherman suffered the injury in the Seahawks' Week 10 win over the Cardinals, spelling an end to the season for the cornerback, who accrued 35 tackles, two interceptions and seven pass breakups in nine contests. Though he could be limited for the start of training camp next summer, it's expected Sherman will be near full strength by the time the 2018 campaign opens. However, since he's set to turn 30 years old in March and coming off a major procedure, he could struggle to return to elite form.
The prospect of an offensive lineman being the odd man left out became rather obvious once Seattle made the trade for veteran offensive lineman Duane Brown. Unfortunately for Battle, he was victim of the deal.
McKissic was on the field for 50 offensive plays on Monday, 34 more than any Seattle back. You wouldn't know it by the stats as Seattle went pass-heavy against the Falcons and quarterback Russell Wilson led the team with 86 rushing yards. McKissic scored twice in his debut in Week 4 but has been scoreless since. Monday was his first outing with more than 50 total yards since his debut. Being the lead back in Seattle used to be synonymous with high-end production. That hasn't been the case this season as Seattle has taken a "ride or die" approach with Wilson.
Aboushi, the Seahawks' starting right guard, didn't return to Monday's loss to the Falcons after sustaining the injury. Though he'll miss at least one contest, Aboushi's absence could be offset by the potential return of Luke Joeckel (knee), who Carroll suggested could play against San Francisco.
Clark added a sack, to bring his total to 2.5 on the season, as well as three solo tackles. With Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril banged up, Clark should be in line for a relatively healthy workload in the immediate future.
Brown entered the contest as a game-time decision after missing the entire week of practice due to a sprained ankle. However, he tested out his injury in pregame warmups, according to ESPN's Brady Henderson, and has evidently been deemed fit to play. Brown's availability Monday is a huge plus for Seattle's running game and passing game alike.
Boykin entered camp as the favorite for the backup role, but Austin Davis outplayed him in the last three preseason games -- including Thursday, when the latter led a 75-yard game-winning touchdown drive late in the fourth quarter. Boykin, who rushed four times for 42 yards Thursday, is a dual-threat quarterback who can dazzle at times, but Davis is the steady veteran who usually won't make risky throws. The team's decision could come down to how it views the backup role.
The Seahawks didn't hold a full practice due to Monday night"s game against the Falcons, but it's nonetheless good to see Joeckel estimated to be a full participant. The 26-year-old has missed five straight games and would provide a timely return for Seattle with starting guard Oday Aboushi already ruled out for Sunday's game against the 49ers with a dislocated shoulder.
Seattle drafted Moore in the seventh round of this year's draft, but he didn't survive final roster cuts ahead of the season opener. The six-foot-two wideout -- who was clocked running a 4.43 40-yard dash -- adds a nice blend of size and speed to the Seahawks' receiving corps, but he could struggle to see many snaps on offense.
Griffin, who exited the Seahawks' loss to the Falcons on Monday with the head injury, didn't participate in practice Wednesday and looks like he won't have enough time to pass through all phases of the protocol before the weekend. Since Griffin was recently appointed as the Seahawks' new No. 1 cornerback following Richard Sherman's season-ending Achilles injury, the team will be rather thin in the secondary Week 12. Look for Jeremy Lane and Byron Maxwell to serve as the team's starting corners against San Francisco.
Monday was Lockett's third game in his last five contests with at least four catches, but that doesn't tell the whole story. The third-year receiver has just one game of over 70 yards this season and remains scoreless. If you were to say during the preseason that the Seahawks would trade away Jermaine Kearse and move to a more pass-happy attack, the assumption would have been big production from Lockett. That hasn't been the case as Paul Richardson has, instead, emerged as a big-play threat behind Doug Baldwin and Jimmy Graham. Part of the problem is a lack of explosive plays. Lockett is averaging a catch of 20 or more yards once every 8.3 receptions this season as compared to once every 5.7 catches in 2015 and once every 4.6 catches in 2016.
The Seahawks have made Thomas Rawls a healthy scratch for the second time this season, leaving Lacy, J.D. McKissic and Mike Davis as the only RBs on the active roster. Among the trio, Lacy is the best bet for work on first and second down and perhaps at the goal line. If he can't muster more than his 2.7 YPC on the season, though, Seattle's ground game may continue to sputter outside of Russell Wilson.
Coe was a long shot to land on the final roster and ultimately was waived/injured by the team during final roster cuts Saturday. After clearing waivers, he has landed on the team's injured reserve, where he will remain unless the two parties reach an injury settlement.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that Davis was unlikely to play, then said Wednesday that he expected the running back to be a game-time decision. It appears the first assessment was closer to reality, with Davis now considered a long shot to suit up. The Seahawks likely will turn to Eddie Lacy and/or Thomas Rawls in some capacity, but passing-down specialist J.D. McKissic could end up serving as the lead back for practical purposes. Lacy had three carries for two yards in Monday's 34-31 loss to the Falcons, while Rawls was a healthy scratch and McKissic easily led the backfield in touches (12) and snaps (67.6 percent).
Walsh converted his other three attempts, but he previously went 0 for 3 in a 17-14 loss to the Redskins in Week 9. His track record suggests he should be on a short leash, which ultimately may be the case as the season progresses. Another poor outing could inspire the Seahawks to bring in other kickers for workouts, but Walsh will at least get another shot Week 12 in San Francisco.
Wilson's two turnovers shouldn't take away from an otherwise excellent performance, as he accounted for over 85 percent of Seattle's yards on offense while nearly leading another dramatic comeback victory. The quarterback has now thrown at least two touchdowns in five straight games, and along with adding his second rushing score of the campaign Monday, his 86 yards on the ground marked a season high. Consistently carrying the Seahawks offense, Wilson has a superb matchup against the 49ers in Week 12.
The Seahawks surrendered a 2018 fifth-round pick and took back a 2018 seventh-round pick in addition to Tobin in the deal. Tobin started at right tackle and played 22 snaps for the Eagles in Thursday's preseason game against the Bills, but could be ticketed for a backup role with the Seahawks when the regular season begins.
Madden suffered the calf injury in Sunday's loss to the Redskins, and is done for the rest of the year as a result. Madden was the lone fullback on the team's roster this season, and it remains to be seen whether Seattle will move forward without one active.
Jackson's promotion is no surprise as the Seahawks defensive line was looking extraordinarily thin with Cliff Avril (neck) and Quinton Jefferson (hand) both looking at prolonged absences. The 24-year-old takes the roster spot of linebacker Justin March-Lillard, and will likely play a similar role to Marcus Smith as a rotational defensive end.
In a corresponding move, the team released No. 3 quarterback Jake Heaps to open a spot on the camp roster for Davis. Although the Seahawks recently brought in Colin Kaepernick for a meeting, it appears that Davis will be the veteran quarterback that competes with Trevone Boykin in camp for the backup gig behind starter Russell Wilson. Davis has had stints with the Rams, Browns and Broncos over the past three seasons, but has failed to maintain a roster spot with any of those clubs on a long-term basis.
Wilhoite did not practice all week due to a calf injury and will now miss his second game of the season as a result. Look for Terence Garvin and D.J. Alexander to see increased roles on defense with Wilhoite on the sideline.
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.
Johnson landed on injured reserve last week after suffering an undisclosed injury in practice. Now that he's no longer tied to the Seahawks, the 2015 sixth-rounder can immediately begin looking for work elsewhere.
Simone suffered the injury while attempting to make a tackle on special teams during the Seahawks' preseason opener Sunday against the Chargers. This marks the second torn ACL of his career, as the Arizona State product suffered the same injury during his senior season of college in 2015.
Britt was questionable prior to the Seahawks' Week 8 victory over the Texans and ultimately played. His presence at practice indicates he did not suffer any setbacks and that he appears on track to play in Week 9.
Willson scored Seattle's first offensive points early in the fourth quarter with his third touchdown of the season. The second-string tight end has just one fewer score than teammate Jimmy Graham despite 24 fewer receptions and 43 fewer targets. He's a nifty red-zone target but is not worth betting on week to week with one or no receptions in six of eight games this season.
Jordan played 33 defensive snaps in his Seahawks debut and proved he can be an efficient option when Michael Bennett and Frank Clark need a break. However, it'll be difficult to start him in most fantasy formats, as he is still slated for a low snap count.
His placement on the list ahead of the season opener means that he'll be ineligible to return to action until after Week 6. Even still, there's no guarantee McDowell will be ready by then and the Seahawks have yet to define any kind of role yet for the Michigan State product.
Coleman should provide some depth to Seattle's secondary, but doesn't figure to have a huge impact defensively on Sunday's given the team's strength at the position.
Graham appeared to injure his ankle in Monday's 34-31 loss to the Falcons, but he re-entered the contest and finished with seven catches for 58 yards and a touchdown. His ability to return suggests the injury isn't serious, but the Seahawks nonetheless held him out of practice Wednesday and Thursday. Another update will be available once the Seahawks reveal whether Graham participated (and to what extent) in Friday's practice.
After producing only 27 yards on 10 carries in a Week 10 win over the Cardinals, Rawls was a healthy inactive for Monday's 34-31 loss to the Falcons with Eddie Lacy (groin) returning from injury and the recently signed Mike Davis entering the team's backfield mix. While Lacy's workload was limited in his return to action, Davis acted as the team's lead back for a good portion of the contest, amassing 59 total yards before departing with a groin pull. With Carroll indicating that Davis was "unlikely" to suit up against the 49ers, Rawls will have an opportunity to see snaps, but it's expected that he'll rank behind Lacy and pass-catching back J.D. McKissic in the pecking order. Rawls is averaging a horrid 2.6 yards on 49 carries this season and seems a long way from rediscovering the strong form he showcased as a rookie in 2015.
Palacio spent most of the 2016 season on the Seahawks' practice squad and ended the year on injured reserve with an undisclosed injury. Fortunately, he's back to full health and will be available to participate in the start of the team's offseason program Tuesday.
Coleman was released by the 'Hawks before the season started in 2016. He played fullback in college and hasn't been able to make the jump into a NFL backfield.
Reed filled in admirably with the Chargers last season (14 tackles and two interceptions in six games) as injuries decimated the team's secondary depth, but it seemed like a long shot for the 26-year-old to hang on the roster for another season.
Richardson made his one catch count, posting his second reception of over 40 yards on the season. The 25-year-old speedster's six-catch effort in Week 8 against the Texans was essentially an outlier, as he's managed no better than three grabs in any other game. Richardson will now have an extended period to rest his ailing groin and ready himself for a Week 11 showdown with the Falcons on Monday Night Football.
Weeks after returning to the Seahawks after a rescinded trade due to a failed physical, Lane will now be the starting left corner back in place of the injured Richard Sherman. Justin Coleman was another candidate for the role, but will instead remain the nickelback. The 27-year-old recorded two tackles in his return to action last week.
Maxwell was cut loose by the Dolphins on Oct. 24 after an injury plagued start to the season, but will rejoin the "Legion of Boom" in Seattle, or at least, what's left of it. Richard Sherman (Achilles) is lost for the season while Kam Chancellor (neck) and Earl Thomas (hamstring) are also nursing injuries, severely testing the depth of the Seahawks' secondary. The 28-year-old's familiarity in the system should help minimize the transition period, but it can't be ignored that he has rarely looked like the same player since first leaving Seattle after the 2014 season.
The designation means that Fant officially will miss the 2017 regular season. Fant knew he was going to be sidelined for the season's entirety following the ACL tear two weeks ago, but by placing him on IR, the Seahawks are able to free up a roster spot.
As expected, Thompson cleared waivers and landed on the team's IR. He will now remain there for the 2017 season unless he and the Seahawks can reach an injury settlement.
Wagner missed a Week 9 practice due to a hamstring injury and was eventually deemed questionable for the ensuing game. That said, he proceeded to post his third double-digit tackle outing of the season, racking up 12 in a home loss to the Redskins. Due to his standing as the NFL's second-leading tackler with 92 on the season, Wagner's status is worth watching as the week goes on.
Shead has been on the Physically Unable to Perform list all season while recovering from a torn ACL suffered in the playoffs back in January. Once Shead resumes practicing, the Seahawks will have a 21-day window in which to activate him to the 53-man roster. The Seahawks could benefit from Shead's return, given that Richard Sherman (Achilles) is out for the season and Shaquil Griffin is recovering from a concussion.
The 25-year-old probably could have continued to play through the injuries if needed, but the recent acquisition of veteran tackle Duane Brown lessens the need for his services. Odhiambo started the Seahawks' first seven games of the season at left tackle and often struggled to protect quarterback Russell Wilson's blind side.
McDougald filled in for Earl Thomas (hamstring) at free safety the past two weeks, notching nine tackles and one pass defensed. With Thomas expected to return and Chancellor expected to sit, McDouglad should have a few more tackle opportunities in a role that allows him to come up into the box. Chancellor has averaged at least 5.4 tackles per game every season since his rookie campaign in 2010. McDougald had similar production as a starter for Tampa Bay the past two seasons.
Reed missed his first game of the season when the Seahawks lost to the Falcons on Sunday. However, his participation at Thursday's practice indicates he has recovered from the issue. Assuming he avoids any setbacks, look for the 24-year-old to resume his usual role on the defensive line in the team's Week 12 game against the 49ers.
In his absence, Neiko Thorpe is expected to pick up the slack. Elliott will miss all of the 2017 regular season following his placement onto IR.
Smith sat out last Thursday's win over the Cardinals due to a concussion he suffered a week prior. However, the defensive end was able to return to the field this week given the extended time off. Look for him to return to his rotational role on the defensive line this Monday night against the Falcons.
Thomas has been sidelined for the Seahawks' previous two contests while nursing a hamstring injury. The 28-year-old free safety appears on track for a return, though, as he has seen his practice workload increase throughout the week. Assuming he avoids any setbacks, Thomas should resume his usual role anchoring the team's secondary in Week 11.
Tyson fits the mold of a ball-hawking defensive back that Seattle tends to target in the draft. He was productive during his career at Cincinnati and capped off his senior season with five picks and five pass breakups. Tyson may not have any off the charts numbers, but he's a tough safety that should help on special teams at the very least.