Phillip Dorsett II
WR - SEA
Week 17 Outlook
Seahawks' WR Phillip Dorsett II (foot) underwent successful bone spur surgery on his right foot on Tuesday, per source. His return remains questionable for the duration of the 2020 season.
Dorsett signed a one year contract with Seattle this offseason but has not been able to contribute at all due to a lingering soreness in his right foot. Turns out that the aforementioned soreness in the sixth year wideout's foot was a result of bone spurs that had developed. Despite a successful surgery, Dorsett remains highly questionable to return to the Seahawks' offense in 2020.
Phillip Dorsett II (foot) was placed on the injured reserve Tuesday and will be eligible to return Week 6.
Dorsett was inactive the last two weeks due to a sore foot. He needs additional time to recover and will miss at least the next three weeks. Look for David Moore to continue to handle WR3 duties for the Seahawks while Dorsett is sidelined.
WR Phillip Dorsett (foot) is listed as inactive Sunday versus the Patriots.
Dorsett will not suit up against his former team and has yet to make his debut for the Seahawks. He has been battling a sore foot since the end of training camp. There is no timetable for his return and he is currently day-to-day. David Moore will handle the Seattle's WR3 duties against the Patriots on Sunday Night Football.
WR Phillip Dorsett (foot) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Falcons.
Dorsett has been dealing with foot soreness since August 24th and was ruled out for Week 1. Look for David Moore to handle WR3 duties for the Seahawks behind Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf.
WR Phillip Dorsett practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday.
Dorsett has been dealing with foot soreness, but the issue wasn’t considered to be serious. He will look to log a full practice ahead of Sunday’s Week 1 contest against the Falcons. Dorsett is expected to the Seahawks’ WR3 behind DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.