Rashaad Penny made his first career start Sunday and gained 18 yards on the first play, but he hurt his hamstring and only played seven more snaps.
The story said the Seahawks wanted to go with a backfield committee, and that may have included Penny based on him getting the start. The story went on to say the team still did use a committee with Dallas and Collins (who's been their primary back since Chris Carson went down). Each played 18 of 49 snaps. Travis Homer played five snaps. Pete Carroll didn't have an update postgame on Penny's injury, the story went on to say. With Carson lost for the season, Penny could have fantasy value if he can get healthy, and stay healthy. However, with the Seahawks sinking in the standings, it could shift to a committee with an eye toward 2022.