RB - SEA - IR
Week 12 Outlook
Seahawks RB Chris Carson (neck) will be placed on IR and is set to undergo season-ending surgery.
Carson injured his neck back in Week 4 and never made it back onto the field. He'll begin rehabbing for 2022 and it is worth noting that coach Pete Carroll expects him to be ready. Alex Collins (groin) is in line to lead Seattle's rushing attack moving forward.
Chris Carson was not present at Seahawks practice on Wednesday.
Pete Carroll did not have any new update on Carson, but did say he has not made the progress the team had hoped. For now, it looks like Carson will miss his sixth consecutive game.
Pete Carroll had no update on the plan for Chris Carson and the team will revisit his status this week.
Carson returned to practice last Wednesday, but he still missed his fifth consecutive game and his status still appears to be very up in the air. He will need to be monitored this week at practice.
Chris Carson (neck) will not play in Week 10 said Seattle head coach Pete Carroll.
With Carson ruled out in Week 10, this Seattle backfield will consist of a commitee of Alex Collins, Rashaad Penny, Travis Homer, and DeeJay Dallas. Collins should get the most carries of the bunch if he is fully healthy this week, but it is likely the production is spread out a bit.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says RB Chris Carson (neck) is a game-time decision in Week 10 against the Packers.
Seattle has until Saturday to decide whether or not to active him for Week 10. Fantasy managers should have a backup plan in place this weekend.