Seattle Seahawks

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


Sun Sep 11
W 12 - 10MIA
Sun Sep 18
L 9 - 3at LAR
Sun Sep 25
W 37 - 18SF
Sun Oct 2
W 27 - 17at NYJ
Sun Oct 16
W 26 - 24ATL
Sun Oct 23
6 - 6at ARI
Sun Oct 30
L 25 - 20at NO
Mon Nov 7
W 31 - 25BUF
Sun Nov 13
W 31 - 24at NE
Sun Nov 20
W 26 - 15PHI
Sun Nov 27
L 14 - 5at TB
Sun Dec 4
W 40 - 7CAR
Sun Dec 11
L 38 - 10at GB
Thu Dec 15
W 24 - 3LAR
Sat Dec 24
L 34 - 31ARI
Sun Jan 1
W 25 - 23at SF
Sat Jan 7
W 26 - 6DET
Sat Jan 14
L 36 - 20at ATL


Los Angeles4-12-02-4-0
San Francisco2-14-02-4-0
Seahawks' Luke Willson: To test market
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Willson is expected to explore all his options in free agency, which could rule out a return to the Seahawks, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports.

Willson has reached the end of his rookie contract, meaning he's free to hit the open market as an unrestricted free agent. After recording 74 catches for 976 yards and seven touchdowns through his first four seasons, Willson's production is strikingly similar to that of his former college roommate, Vance McDonald, who was guaranteed $9 million over three years from the 49ers back in December. With Jimmy Graham set to count $10 million against the cap next season, and after Seattle spent a third-round pick on Nick Vannett last year, Willson could very well end up elsewhere this offseason.

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Seahawks' C.J. Prosise: Expects full health by offseason program
by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

Prosise (shoulder) is expected to achieve full health in advance of OTAs and mandatory minicamp, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

Prosise's rookie season was characterized by injury, as he dealt with a hip flexor in the offseason program, was hampered by a hamstring concern in the preseason, missed four games after suffering a chipped bone in his right hand in Week 1, and spent the Seahawks' final eight outings (including playoffs) tending to a broken scapula. When healthy, though, he flashed between Weeks 7 and 11, racking up 29 carries for 170 yards and one touchdown, which he supplemented with 16 receptions (on 18 targets) for 195 yards. With such production on his professional ledger, Prosise is poised to serve as a change-of-pace option, at worst, behind Thomas Rawls in 2017, but the potential exists for an elevated role due to Rawls' own injury history.

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Seahawks' Cliff Avril: Has surgery Tuesday
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Avril underwent surgery after seeing a 'core injuries specialist' Tuesday, Conor Orr of Around the NFL reports.

The specific type of surgery has not yet been clarified, but the fact that it had not been heard about until after completion suggests that it was not anything major. Avril was tied for sixth in the league with 11.5 sacks in 2016 and figures to be a disruptive force for the Seahawks again in 2017 opposite Michael Bennett on the defensive line.

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Seahawks' Earl Thomas: Recovery going well
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Thomas (tibia) is recovering well and wearing a special shoe that places pressure on his injured leg, reports. "I feel like I'm in a great place, especially being four weeks out," Thomas said.

Thomas ended the season on injured reserve due to a broken left tibia, an injury that apparently forced the All-Pro safety to contemplate retirement. However, that notion has since been put to rest. Instead, he's focused on returning to full strength and was recently given a special shoe that fits around his cast and allows him to place about 25 percent pressure on the leg. Thomas wouldn't have been prescribed this specialized, pressure-bearing appendage if the fractured bone hadn't been healing correctly, so by all accounts it appears he's progressing nicely down the road to recovery.

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Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Sights set on Week 1
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Lockett (leg) is confident he'll be ready for Week 1 of the 2017 season, saying, "Oh yeah, for sure I will," when asked about that possibility, Gee Scott of 710 ESPN Seattle reports.

Lockett suffered a gruesome compound fracture to his left fibula and tibia during Week 16 of the regular season, requiring him to undergo surgery after catching 41 passes for 597 yards and a touchdown. Since his operation, Lockett has been working hard in his rehab, which caused coach Pete Carroll to project last month that the wideout would be healthy for the start of next season. Although he's still unable to run, Lockett recently confirmed Carroll's expectation, which is certainly an encouraging development regarding his fantasy stock, but his status should still be tracked over the course of this offseason.

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