WR - SEA
This Week Outlook
The Seahawks designated WR Dee Eskridge to return from injured reserve on Tuesday.
Eskridge will practice on Tuesday, opening his 21-day window. He won't play on Saturday against the 49ers, but he could return if the Seahawks were to advance. Cade Johnson and Dareke Young should continue to play a role behind DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett with Marquise Goodwin on IR.
Dee Eskridge (hand) was unable to practice at all this week. He has been ruled out ahead of Sunday's game versus the Raiders and could be placed on injured reserve this weekend.
Landing on IR would sideline Eskridge for at least four games. He has filled a depth role in his second pro season, tallying 58 receiving yards and 150 kick return yards.
Dee Eskridge did not catch a pass on Sunday against the Cardinals.
Eskridge saw two targets. This was the week if any for him to show up in the box score with Marquise Goodwin (groin) sidelined. Instead, the Seahawks ran more sets with 2-3 tight ends on the field. Eskridge remains off the fantasy radar.
Dee Eskridge (hamstring) will not be available to play in Wednesday's preseason contest against the Chicago Bears.
Eskridge has been dealing with a fairly-serious hamstring injury for almost all of this off-season, and he will miss Thursday's game because of it. However, he has been going through walk-throughs lately, and he recently had an MRI that indicated he will be able to return sooner rather than later. He won't have much fantasy value even if he's healthy, but he will have a shot to compete to climb the depth chart and prove himself as a worthy WR.
Seahawks WR Dee Eskridge (hamstring) is getting closer to returning to practice, according to head coach Pete Carrol.
Eskridge has missed much of camp with a hamstring injury, and while it's still unclear exactly when he'll be back, it sounds like it will be sooner rather than later. He might not play in the preseason opener for the Seahawks, but he shouldn't miss any games after that. Eskridge will fight for the WR3 spot when he's healthy, but with either Geno Smith or Drew Lock at the helm, that spot doesn't project to have much fantasy value.