RB - SEA
Week 13 Outlook
Pete Carroll said Kenny McIntosh is "likely" to make his season debut on Thursday against the 49ers.
McIntosh has been sidelined all season with knee and hamstring injuries. The rookie should bring some versatility to a Seahawks backfield that will be without Kenneth Walker.
Seahawks RB Kenny McIntosh is officially inactive for a Week 10 matchup with Washington.
McIntosh was activated off injured reserve Saturday, but will have to wait at least one more week before returning from a knee sprain. The 23-year-old has yet to play this season but has a chance to play in Week 11 against the Rams. Fantasy managers should expect DeeJay Dallas to remain the team’s depth running back behind Zach Charbonnet and Kenneth Walker.
The Seahawks have activated RB Kenny McIntosh (knee) off injured reserve.
McIntosh has spent the entire season on injured reserve after suffering a knee injury in training camp. He is still listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Commanders, but McIntosh could be in line to make his NFL debut.
Seahawks RB Kenny McIntosh (knee) is ready to return from injured reserve, per head coach Pete Carroll.
McIntosh has missed the entire 2023 season so far with a knee injury that bother the rookie since training camp. McIntosh will likely fill a depth role as the team looks to incorporate him into the offense.
Kenny McIntosh has been placed on injured reserve by the Seahawks.
McIntosh has been managing a knee sprain since early on in training camp, and now the team will place him on IR to clear up a roster spot while he recovers. He's out for at least four weeks, and the rookie's absence will do nothing more than clear up the path for DeeJay Dallas as the RB3 on this team.