RB - FA
This Week Outlook
The Seattle Seahawks have signed free agent running back Robert Turbin.
Turbin played for the Seahawks from 2012 to 2014. He showed some promise as a rookie with a 108 rushing yard effort at 5.4 yards per carry against the Cardinals, but was stuck behind the other back Seattle is reported to be talking to in Marshawn Lynch. Turbin will provide some veteran depth behind unproven rookie Travis Homer. Turbin will likely be on a snap count for Week 17, but could be worth a look in playoff redraft and DFS contests if the Seahawks fail to add anyone else.
Robert Turbin has been waived by the Colts.
Turbin has been a fantasy factor in the past, largely due to his clouding the waters in the Indy backfield. Now that Marlon Mack has established himself, the team was confident parting ways with the oft-injured Turbin.
Robert Turbin (shoulder) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Zak Keefer of The Indianapolis Star reports.
Turbin also missed the game in Week 7 but could be back by Week 10 as the Colts are on a bye Week 9. The veteran running back has been slipping down the depth chart and will have a tough time finding playing time when he is healthy. Fantasy owners should be moving on from Turbin.
Robert Turbin is expected to return for the Colts Week 10. He's currently dealing with a shoulder injury.
Given the production of Marlon Mack recently, it wouldn't seem like Turbin has a shot at fantasy relevance. However, Mack is still dealing with injury, and it's hard to say where this backfield will be by the time Week 10 rolls around.
Robert Turbin (shoulder) is listed as out for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Turbin was unable to practice at any point this week, making it an easy decision for the Colts to rule him out for the Week 7 matchup. The veteran running back is dealing with a shoulder issue that could be a multiple week issue and fantasy owners should look elsewhere for depth on their bench.