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Tagged: Chris Carson (73 Results)

Dynasty Leagues: Long-term RB rankings

Chris Carson is out for the year, but he and the team sound optimistic that it’s not a career-ending injury. Neck surgeries are worrisome, of course, but this one is apparently different than those that ended the careers of other Seahawks – Kam Chancellor, Cliff Avril.  more »



Seahawks RB Penny “raring to go”

Seems like we’ve heard that somewhere before. Anyhow, Seattle head coach Pete Carroll said this week that running back RASHAAD PENNY should be returning to action from injured reserve and thatMore the oft injured rusher is “raring to go”. After losing starting running back CHRIS CARSON to injured reserve for a few weeks with a neck injury and fellow runner ALEX COLLINS now battling hip and glute issues, the Seahawks may need Penny’s services. Penny, of course, will have to be officially activated back to the 53-man roster before he can appear in a game. Less

Source: Team Blog


Seahawks RB Carson, WR Metcalf miss Thursday practice

Seattle Seahawks running back CHRIS CARSON and wide receiver DK METCALF both missed Thursday’s practice as they continue to deal with their respective injuries. Carson is dealing with a neck injuryMore that head coach Pete Carroll has called a “long-term condition”, while Metcalf is reportedly dealing with a foot injury. Both players are questionable for Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Seahawks RB Carson could return vs. Steelers

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said on Monday that veteran running back CHRIS CARSON could return to action for Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Carson missed Thursday’s loss toMore the Los Angeles Rams with what has been described as a chronic neck condition. Carroll said that Carson had taken “a big turn” in his recovery over the weekend. While Carroll would not confirm Carson’s availability for Sunday, it sounds like the veteran running back is at least progressing. Less

Source: Seattle Times


Seahawks RB Carson dealing with “long-term” neck injury

Uh-oh fantasy owners, this doesn’t sound good. Seattle running back CHRIS CARSON is reportedly dealing with a “long-term” neck injury that has his status in doubt for tonight’s game against theMore Los Angeles Rams. Head coach Pete Carroll said on Wednesday that the long-term issue is something that Carson has dealt with, adding that “sometimes it flares up, and sometimes it doesn’t”. Fantasy owners should obviously monitor Carson’s status leading up to the game, but backup ALEX COLLINS could be called upon if Carson can’t play. Less

Source: The News Tribune


Seahawks RB Carson misses Tuesday practice

Veteran Seattle running back CHRIS CARSON missed practice on Tuesday as he is reportedly dealing with some sort of neck injury per the team’s latest injury report. With the Seahawks setMore to play the rival Los Angeles Rams on Thursday, fantasy owners have cause for concern. Fellow running back ALEX COLLINS provided a spark at running back last weekend, scoring a touchdown and playing almost as many snaps as Carson. Less

Source: Tri-City Herald


Free agent RB Carson returning to Seahawks

The Seattle Seahawks and free agent running back CHRIS CARSON agreed to a new three-year contract that will keep Carson in town for the next few seasons. Carson has been theMore focus of the Seattle running game since being taken in the seventh round of the 2017 NFL Draft. While Carson has been a valuable asset for both the Seahawks and his fantasy owners, he has also missed 19 games due to injuries in his four NFL seasons. Less

Source: Seattle Times


Seahawks decline to use franchise tag on RB Carson

The Seattle Seahawks did not use the franchise tag on running back CHRIS CARSON before the Tuesday deadline to do so. Carson is expected to head into free agency when theMore new league year begins next week. Carson has been the Seahawks’ workhorse running back for the past three seasons, although injuries limited him each year. Less

Source: Seattle Times


Seahawks re-sign RB Collins

The Seattle Seahawks added depth to their backfield on Wednesday by re-signing veteran running back ALEX COLLINS to a one-year deal. Collins becomes Seattle’s fourth running back under contract heading intoMore the 2021 season. Unfortunately, the team’s top two running backs from 2020 – CHRIS CARSON and CARLOS HYDE – are likely to head into free agency. Less

Source: Seattle Times

Around the NFL: Seattle running backs

A recent story in The Athletic considered Seattle unlikely to re-sign free agent running back Chris Carson. The writer doesn't expect Carson to sign a long-term deal for less money annually than the franchise tag would pay him. I think he's right that Seattle won't pay Carson that kind of coin, not as certain that Carson believes he can make that much on the open market. A reunion is still possible.   more »


Around the NFL: Seattle Seahawks

The Seahawks appear to have found their new offensive coordinator, and it’s game on for the running game. Pete Carroll wants to get back to running more often and more effectively, and that’s the direction Seattle is headed.  more »



Seahawks RB Carson ready to roll vs. Rams

Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer thinks that running back CHRIS CARSON looks healthy and ready to roll heading into Saturday’s playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams. Carson could beMore a key to the Seahawks slowing down Rams defensive star AARON DONALD, who has 13 sacks of RUSSELL WILSON in 14 career games against Seattle. Schottenheimer also indicated that Carson could be used heavily in the passing game against the Rams, much as he was at the start of the regular season. Less

Source: Tacoma News-Tribune


Seahawks RB Carson “should be fine” for Week #13

Seattle Seahawks running back CHRIS CARSON is working his way back from a foot injury, but head coach Pete Carroll said this week that he thinks Carson “should be fine” toMore play in Sunday’s game against the New York Giants. Carson was eased back into last weekend’s game, with veteran CARLOS HYDE carrying the bulk of the rushing load. Less

Source: Team Blog


Seahawks RB Carson returns to practice

Seattle running back CHRIS CARSON, who has missed the past four games with a mid-foot sprain, returned to practice on Tuesday. Head coach Pete Carroll said that Carson was able toMore do “all the regular practice stuff” on Tuesday, a good sign regarding his availability for the Seahawks’ Monday Night Football matchup against the Philadelphia Eagles. Less

Source: Seattle Times


Seahawks RB Hyde to return, RB Carson and WR Locket TBD for TNF

Seattle Seahawks veteran running back CARLOS HYDE is expected to return for Thursday Night Football against the Arizona Cardinals tonight. Head coach Pete Carroll also said that wide receiver TYLER LOCKETTMore will likely play despite being limited in practice this week with a knee injury. The good news seems to end there, with Carroll indicating that running back CHRIS CARSON is expected to be a game time decision. Less

Source: Team Website

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