Seattle Seahawks

Stadium: CenturyLink Field | Coach: Pete Carroll
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense12th99.4 (25th)257.8 (10th)
Defense5th92.9 (7th)225.8 (8th)


4:25 pm EDT
Sun Sep 10
at GB
4:25 pm EDT
Sun Sep 17
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Sep 24
at TEN
8:30 pm EDT
Sun Oct 1
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Oct 8
at LAR
4:25 pm EDT
Sun Oct 22
at NYG
4:05 pm EDT
Sun Oct 29
4:05 pm EST
Sun Nov 5
8:25 pm EST
Thu Nov 9
at ARI
8:30 pm EST
Mon Nov 20
4:05 pm EST
Sun Nov 26
at SF
8:30 pm EST
Sun Dec 3
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 10
at JAC
4:05 pm EST
Sun Dec 17
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 24
at DAL
4:25 pm EST
Sun Dec 31


Los Angeles4-12-02-4-0
San Francisco2-14-02-4-0
Seahawks' Dion Jordan: Undergoes knee clean-up procedure
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Jordan underwent offseason knee surgery, Geoffrey C. Arnold of The Oregonian reports. "He had to get a knee cleaned up," coach Pete Carroll said. "He had some loose bodies that were getting in the way and causing some real discomfort."

The knee surgery prevented Jordan, who signed with the Seahawks in April, from taking part in any offseason practices. It isn't clear if he'll be ready to go in time for training camp.

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Seahawks' C.J. Prosise: Third-down duties await
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Prosise is anticipated to see a large portion of the Seahawks' third-down backfield duties and could see his role expanded to take advantage of specific matchups throughout this season, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

Prosise was impressive in the few games he played as a rookie, finishing with 30 rushes for 172 yards and 17 receptions for 208 yards while scoring once in six appearances. However, because of shoulder and wrist injuries, the Notre Dame product was unable to secure a regular role. Now that he's fully healthy, Prosise figures to do so this season, but having both Eddie Lacy (ankle) and Thomas Rawls on the Seahawks crowds his path to carries. While, like Prosise, neither Lacy nor Rawls has been a model of health thus far, their hard-nosed running styles figure to give them a leg up on first and second downs, leaving the pass-catching threat Prosise to come in on third downs. However, given Prosise's unique skill set, he could also feature more if a favorable matchup presents itself or if he gets rolling in a given game.

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Seahawks' Thomas Rawls: Anticipated to split carries
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Rawls is expected to receive a decent workload during the preseason, and should see a comparable amount of carries to Eddie Lacy (ankle) during the regular season, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

Rawls is coming off an injury-plagued first two seasons in the league, as he's missed 10 of 32 possible games in his career thus far. Although Rawls dealt with leg and shoulder problems last year, he approaches training camp with a clean bill of health. That should allow him to see a fair chunk of exhibition action, but the Seahawks are also expected to be careful in order to preserve him for the regular season. At that point, Rawls and Lacy figure to share the bulk of Seattle's ball-carrying duties, unless one player gets the hot hand and garners an increased workload. With C.J. Prosise around as well, Rawls certainly faces competition for touches, but he'll be keen to capitalize on his opportunities now that he's healthy again.

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Seahawks' Eddie Lacy: Workload to be monitored
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Lacy (ankle) is anticipated to see his fair share of carries during the preseason, but the Seahawks' main goal will be to ensure he enters the upcoming campaign in top condition and health, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

Lacy's weight incentives have been highly publicized, but the running back is also coming off ankle surgery heading into his first campaign with the Seahawks. Although he was limited by his ankle during OTAs, Lacy should be ready to suit up for preseason action, when Seattle figures to give him a large enough workload to evaluate his ability against that of fellow tailbacks Thomas Rawls, C.J. Prosise and Alex Collins. Still, the team is anticipated to be careful to not overload Lacy early, as having him enter Week 1 in tip-top shape is far more important.

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Seahawks' Kam Chancellor: Getting healthier
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Chancellor (ankles) appeared close to full speed at June's mandatory minicamp, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. "You can tell right now he's got great burst," head coach Pete Carroll said. "He's changing direction, he's really hitting it, so he has made a great recovery."

Chancellor underwent cleanup procedures early this year to remove bone spurs from both of his ankles, limiting him during the majority of the offseason program. Although the charismatic Carroll generally focuses on the positive, Chancellor's activity level bodes well for full clearance once training camp kicks off in late July. Chancellor's health, along with Earl Thomas' (broken left tibia), will be key to reestablishing the the Legion of Boom, which tumbled out of the NFL's top-two most-staunch pass defenses last season for the first time since 2012.

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