The same tweet said Carroll doesn't know about Carson. Hyde was scheduled to practice on Monday on a short week. "Chris is working to get back," Carroll said. "He’s trying to make it. Carlos is a little bit ahead of him now." Collins ran for an 11-43-1 line last week while Dallas got just two carries and two receptions. Homer had three catches. Seems like Hyde could take over as the lead back if he plays against the Cardinals on Thursday.
Nov 13, 2020 · 6:51 PM EST
Seahawks RB Chris Carson (foot, questionable) missed practice again Friday and is questionable for Week 10. He did do some running on Friday. Carlos Hyde (hamstring, questionable) did practice on Friday and is questionable. DeeJay Dallas (forearm,wrist) was removed from the injury report Thursday after taking full practice reps Wednesday. Travis Homer (knee) was limited Thursday after taking full practice reps Wednesday. The Seahawks play late on Sunday, so this is a headache for fantasy owners. Hopefully things clear up over the weekend. If Carson is active, he's the best play. If he's out, then Hyde would likely lead the backfield, but there's no guarantee of that since he's not at full health. If both are out, then DeeJay Dallas likely leads in carries with Travis Homer coming in on passing downs and Alex Collins chipping into Dallas's touches.
Nov 12, 2020 · 7:04 PM EST
Seahawks RB Chris Carson (foot) did not practice on Wednesday. Pete Carroll said that he is closer to returning than Carlos Hyde (hamstring), but until he returns to practice, Carson looks doubtful for Sunday. DeeJay Dallas, Travis Homer and Alex Collins would likely split the work if Carson remains out.
The Seahawks trailed most of the game so it's possible the team didn't trust the rookie Dallas in a lot of passing situations. Dallas did rush for a TD but Homer saw three catches for 64 yards with a 6-16-0 rushing line. Dallas' rush line was 7-31-1. Even if Carson and Hyde miss Week 10, it may not be fair to assume Dallas sees a big workload. The Seahawks are at the Rams in Week 10.