Seattle Seahawks

Stadium: CenturyLink Field | Coach: Pete Carroll
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense4th141.8 (3rd)236.9 (20th)
Defense2nd81.5 (1st)210.2 (2nd)


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Seahawks' C.J. Prosise: Finishes minicamp looking healthy and impressive
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Prosise (hip) practiced in full during Seattle's final two days of minicamp, The Seattle Times reports.

Since missing the near entirety of OTAs with an injured hip flexor, Prosise seemed to have triggered some anxiety within head coach Pete Carroll. "It is frustrating because we had a really big plan for him," Carroll admitted after the first day of minicamp regarding the rookie's absence. However, Prosise was a full-participant for the following two days of practice, and left Carroll with nothing but good things to say about the running back as the minicamp came to a close. "This was his best day as a Seahawk. He got some good reps, he got some open field to move, he caught a couple balls really well. He's worked really hard, he knows his stuff, he knows his assignments for as many turns as he's had. He showed really good burst today and I can't wait to see the film," glowed Carroll. Barring any setbacks to his hip, Prosise should be good to go for training camp and ready to compete with Thomas Rawls (ankle), Christine Michael, and Alex Collins for pecking order in Seattle's unsettled backfield. For now, Prosise projects as the Seahawks' third-down and two-minute running back.

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Seahawks' Doug Baldwin: Inks extension with Seahawks
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

The Seahawks and Baldwin agreed to a four-year contract extension Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

Baldwin's calm demeanor throughout the process was noteworthy, and he'll now be paid handsomely to the tune of at least $11 million per season. The extension comes on the heels of a breakout in which he churned out 78 catches (on 103 targets) for 1,069 yards and 14 touchdowns. However, the majority of that production (47-724-12) was accumulated in the final eight games, as coordinator Darrell Bevell opened up the offense in the wake of a sieve-like O-line and injuries to Marshawn Lynch and Jimmy Graham (knee). Baldwin will be hard-pressed to replicate those numbers moving forward due to a lack of big plays (just three receptions of 40-plus yards) and 17 red-zone targets to his name in 2015. The rapport between Baldwin and Russell Wilson can't be denied, though, so another fruitful campaign isn't out of the question.

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Seahawks' Tyler Lockett: Big plans for this season
by RotoWire Staff | Special to

Lockett is an integral part of the Seahawks' planning on offense going into this season, reports.

Lockett proved to be a dynamic weapon during his rookie season, making the Pro Bowl as a returner thanks to two touchdowns, while also tying for the rookie lead with six receiving scores as well. On the whole, Lockett caught 51 passes for 664 yards, but those totals could reach another level this season, as he figures to be an invaluable member of the Seahawks' offense from the get-go. With an uncanny ability to get open downfield, Lockett is expected to line up at various starting positions in 2016, and reports of his continued development this offseason enhance his outlook as a potential breakout player in his sophomore season.

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