WR - SEA
This Week Outlook
The Seahawks will activate rookie wide receiver D'Wayne Eskridge (concussion) from injured reserve this weekend.
Eskridge will return in a series of roster moves that also brings back quarterback Russell Wilson. The former hasn't played since Week 1, when he caught one pass for six yards. He's not on the redraft radar right now.
Seahawks WR D'Wayne Eskridge has returned to practice, although his first practice designation will be on Wednesday.
Eskridge hasn't played since Week 1 against the Colts, so simply seeing him return to the practice field is a welcome sight for fantasy managers. Drafted in the second round of this year's draft, it's clear the Seahawks think highly of Eskridge as a gadget player to use behind the line of scrimmage. He remains a hold in Dynasty formats until we see how the Seahawks utilize him upon his return.
Seahawks WR D'Wayne Eskridge (concussion, IR) remains without a timetable to return.
It's a scary situation considering the rookie was "out of the area" to undergo further testing this week. There's a real chance that we don't see Eskridge again this season.
Per Field Yates, the Seattle Seahawks are placing WR Dwayne Eskridge on injured reserve with a concussion.
After suffering a concussion in Week 1, the WR has missed the past four games with the injury. As a result, the team elected to place the rookie on injured reserve and has called up Phillip Dorsett from the practice squad as a result. Freddie Swain should serve as the teams WR3 with Eskridge out.
Steelers wide receiver D'Wayne Eskridge has been ruled out for a fourth consecutive game due to a concussion. He won't suit up against the Rams on Thursday evening.
Eskridge logged six yards in Week 1 but exited with what turned out to be a very serious concussion. He has managed to log limited practice sessions since then but still isn't ready to return to game action.