After getting Carlos Hyde back on the field last week, the Seahawks welcomed the return of Chris Carson to the practice field Tuesday as the team’s running back position appears on track to get back to normal for the first time in a month.
Coach Pete Carroll said Carson was able to do “all the regular practice stuff’’ on Tuesday in what was his most significant work since suffering a mid-foot sprain against Arizona on Oct. 25, calling it “a good sign,’’ the story said. Carson has missed the last four games, during which time Seattle gave two starts at tailback to rookie Dallas and one each to Collins and Hyde. With everyone getting healthy, Dallas and Collins take a hit on the depth chart.
The Seattle Seahawks have promoted running back Bo Scarborough from the practice squad ahead of Thursday Night Football.
In a surprise move, the Seattle Seahawks have selected to promote Bo Scarborough from the practice squad ahead of tonight's contest against the Arizona Cardinals. Collins was heavily involved in Week 10, seeing 12 touches, but did not do much with them outside of the touchdown. With Carlos Hyde set to start tonight, perhaps the Seahawks preferred to have a power back who looked good for a min stretch in Detroit last season. Whatever the case, Alex Collins can safely be dropped by those who were holding out hope he would have a role in Week 11. Carlos Hyde is our 19th ranked running back for Week 11.
Nov 18, 2020 · 6:25 PM EST
Seahawks RB Chris Carson (foot, questionable) is questionable but is unlikely to play Thursday night per Adam Schefter. Carlos Hyde (hamstring) was removed from the injury report so he's good to go. Look for Hyde to lead the backfield in touches with Alex Collins and DeeJay Dallas rotating in. Travis Homer (knee,thumb, doubtful) is unlikely to play.