Friday, November 17, 2017, 7:00pm
As expected, both Rawls and Lacy are active today with Chris Carson out. It's shaping up to be a committee effort for the Seattle run game. Also, Baldwin is active despite battling a groin injury.
Friday, October 6, 2017, 6:42pm
Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (groin) returned to full practice reps Thursday after missing Wednesday. Baldwin was removed from the injury report on Friday, so he should play his usual snaps against the Rams on Sunday.
Thursday, October 5, 2017, 6:29pm
Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (groin) did not practice Wednesday. Baldwin should be fine for Week 5. He played through the groin injury, and wasn’t that productive, so he should be downgraded until he starts practicing fully.
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Friday, September 29, 2017, 6:52pm
Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (groin, questionable) missed practice again Thursday and is questionable for Week 4. Baldwin practiced on Friday and avoided any setbacks, so it appears that he’ll play on Sunday night. Owners may want to roster Tyler Lockett or Paul Richardson as a pivot if Baldwin is unable to play.
Thursday, September 28, 2017, 6:53pm
Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (groin) did not practice Wednesday. Pete Carroll expects Baldwin to play in Week 4. If he’s out, Tyler Lockett and Paul Richardson will become Sneaky Starts in a great matchup against the Colts.
Doug Baldwin sat out late with a groin issue that does not appear serious. Baldwin, who has played in 73 straight games — the fourth-longest active streak of any receiver in the NFL — said he anticipates being able to play Sunday against Indianapolis in a 5:30 p.m. kickoff at CenturyLink Field.
“That’s the plan,’’ Baldwin said. “We’re putting together the best plan possible for me to get back on the field as quickly as possible.’’
The problem for fantasy owners is it's a Sunday night game so those wanting to play him will need to have a backup plan in place for Baldwin. But this seems to at least be good news he's hopeful to play.
WR Doug Baldwin (groin) will have an MRI, but the early word is that his injury is not serious.
Good news for Baldwin and his owners as he bust out in Week 3 with a 10-105-1 line. We'll continue to monitor his status for Week 4. Keep in mind Seattle plays on Sunday night at home against the Colts.
Friday, September 22, 2017, 6:44pm
Thursday, September 21, 2017, 6:42pm
Doug Baldwin didn't wait for the question to finish before launching into his answer. He was eager to rave about rookie running back Chris Carson, who had just helped the Seattle Seahawks close out a 12-9 win against the San Francisco 49ers Sunday at CenturyLink Field.
"He's the real deal. He's the real deal," Baldwin said. "I've been telling you that since training camp. He is the real deal."
Lacy was a surprise scratch in Week 2, and although Rawls started, he got only five carries in the game. Meanwhile, Carson was the team's lead back for the second-straight week.
Tyler Lockett (leg) is "ahead of schedule" in his recovery and should be ready to go for Week 1, ESPN's Mike Clay reports.
There's been plenty of optimism that Lockett, who's on the mend from a compound fracture to his left fibula suffered in late January, will be ready to go for the start of the 2017 campaign, and this report only reinforces that notion. However, there doesn't seem to be any certainty in regard to his return date. Seattle enters the offseason program with the starting job opposite Doug Baldwin "wide open," according to ESPN's Sheil Kapadia, but Lockett likely won't even have a shot if he's out of commission most of the summer. Thus, the third-year wideout has plenty of incentive to return to the field as quick as possible in order to join Paul Richardson, Jermaine Kearse and potentially a draft pick or two for what could evolve into a heated competition for the No. 2 wide receiver spot.
Lockett averaged 12.9 PPG (PPR) from Week 10 to Week 15, before breaking his leg in Week 16. In that span, he converted 21 of 35 targets for 345 yards and a touchdown. He also added four carries for 99 yards and a touchdown. Paul Richardson stepped up in his absence, so the two, along with Jermaine Kearse, will compete for snaps alongside Doug Baldwin.
Head coach Pete Carroll announced during his post-game press conference that wide receiver Tyler Lockett would require surgery for his right leg injury, which would end his 2016 campaign.
"Yes, it is fair to say that," Carroll said, when asked if the surgery would end Lockett's season.
Lockett injured his leg during a would-be 29-yard touchdown reception where cornerback Brandon Williams came down awkwardly on the wide receiver's right leg. The injury required Lockett to be stabilized on the field and put in air cast, eventually leading to him being carted off. Eventually, the touchdown would be overturned with the ball placed on the one-yard line to add insult to injury. As a result, his absence led to an increase workload for wide receivers Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse, who had previously been demoted down the depth chart in favor of Lockett.
Friday, October 14, 2016, 6:25pm
Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett (knee) took full practice reps again Thursday. According to Doug Baldwin, Lockett has been playing with a torn PCL in his knee. If true, it would explain his lack of production this season. Removing the 4-99 he posted in Week 2 against the Rams, Lockett only has four catches for 30 yards in his three other games. With the bye week to recover, HC Pete Carroll said early this week that Lockett should have a bigger role against Atlanta in Week 6.
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