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Tagged: Chris Carson (25 Results)


Carson, Penny to provide “one-two punch” in Seattle

Seattle head coach Pete Carroll says that he plans to use running backs CHRIS CARSON and RASHAAD PENNY as a “one-two punch” in the Seahawks backfield in 2019. The Seahawks ledMore the league in rushing in 2019, averaging 160 yards per game behind Carson, Penny, and free-agent to be MIKE DAVIS. Less



Key Seahawks return to practice

Seattle wide receiver DOUG BALDWIN (knee) and running backs CHRIS CARSON (not injury related) and MIKE DAVIS (foot) all returned to a limited practice on Wednesday after missing practice on Tuesday. More information on their status should be available following today’s practice.

Source: Team Website


Carson leads Seahawks vs. Cardinals

Seattle running back CHRIS CARSON topped 100 rushing yards for the third consecutive week in Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. Carson also had his longest run of the season, a 61-yard gain midway through the third quarter. Carson also kept his fantasy owners happy with his second-quarter touchdown run.

Source: Seattle Times


Carson expected to play vs. Vikings

Seattle running back CHRIS CARSON suffered a dislocated finger against San Francisco but he is expected to be fine for Monday night’s game against the Minnesota Vikings. Head coach Pete Carrol said on Monday that the finger should be okay and Carson should be able to play.

Source: NBC Sports


RB Carson has injured finger

Seattle running back CHRIS CARSON left Sunday’s game with a dislocated index finger. After the game, Carson said that he was fine. Usually optimistic head coach Pete Carroll was more cautious, saying that Carson should be okay before adding that the team will have to “wait and see”.

Source: Seattle Times


Penny could earn more time in Seattle backfield

Seattle running back RASHAAD PENNY had a breakout performance on Sunday and head coach Pete Carroll has had high praise for his rookie this week. It appears the Seahawks will move forward with a backfield committee that will include CHRIS CARSON, MIKE DAVIS, and Penny.

Source: Seattle Times


Seattle rookie has career day

With Seattle running back CHRIS CARSON inactive for Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams, backup MIKE DAVIS got the start. Davis had a nice game but it was rookie runningMore back RASHAAD PENNY who surprised everyone with the best game of his brief career. Penny topped 100 rushing yards on just 12 carries while adding a touchdown for fantasy owners that actually started him. Less

Source: Team Blog


Carson a game-time decision vs. Rams

Seattle starting running back CHRIS CARSON is considered a game-time decision for Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Rams. Carson is dealing with a hip injury that limited him to oneMore half in last Sunday’s game. If Carson can’t play, the majority of his workload is expected to go to veteran MIKE DAVIS. Less

Source: Team Blog


Carson questionable for Sunday

Seattle running back CHRIS CARSON is officially listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers but he will likely be on the field for the game. Carson is dealing with a groin injury and was limited in practice for a second straight day on Friday.

Source: Team Website


Rookie RB Penny forgotten man in Seahawks backfield

So much for that RASHAAD PENNY sleeper pick that looked so good on draft night. Seattle is finally getting its running game in gear but the first-round rookie has not beenMore a part of the action. With seventh-round pick CHRIS CARSON and fourth-round pick MIKE DAVIS leading the Seahawks backfield, it could be a while before Penny has much fantasy relevance. Less

Source: Seattle Times


Seahawks RB Davis to have a role in Seattle backfield

Seattle running back MIKE DAVIS was named as a surprise starter shortly before the start of the Seahawks game against Arizona on Sunday. CHRIS CARSON is expected to keep his startingMore job when he returns from his injury and rookie RASHAAD PENNY will likely get some carries as well. The Seahawks backfield is a fantasy mess. Less

Source: News Tribune


Baldwin to return for Seahawks

Seattle head coach Pete Carroll confirmed on Friday that wide receiver DOUG BALDWIN will make his return from a knee injury and play in Sunday’s game against the Arizona Cardinals. Baldwin’sMore return is good news for fantasy owners and the Seattle offense. Running back CHRIS CARSON hopes to join Baldwin on Sunday, but he remains a game-time decision due to a hip injury. Less

Source: Team Website

Mailbag: September 14, 2018

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition. Is it time to panic on Christian McCaffrey? And Chris Carson? And Derrick Henry? Is Dante Pettis a sneaky sleeper? And what is the long-term prognosis for Anthony Miller? more »


Around the NFL: Brian Schottenheimer

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