Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Tuesday that he's hopeful Olsen (foot) will be ready to return from injured reserve in 4-to-6 weeks, Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio 950 KJR Seattle reports.
Carroll admitted that could be the early end of the timeline, according to the story. Ian Rapoport reported it would be more like a 6-8 week timeline. Either way, it sounds like the Seahawks aren't ruling out a return from Olsen this year. A return after four weeks puts Olen as a possible play in Week 15, which is the semifinals in many fantasy leagues. Olsen likely wouldn't be very trustworthy for lineups at that point.
Denzel Mims has made a quick impact for the Jets, becoming a go-to target in a short period of time.
He has only has 13 catches. But he’s making tough, contested grabs and showing glimpses of not only what could have been if Mims was healthy this season, but also what could be for the Jets, the story said. Keep in mind, Mims missed all of training camp, weeks of practice, and the first six games with hamstring injuries in both legs. The second-round pick from Baylor made his NFL debut in Week 7 and has shown improvement each week.