|Dec 7 2018 - Mychal Kendricks|
LB Mychal Kendricks, who had his suspension ended earlier this week, will play against the Vikings, though head coach Pete Carroll remained non-committal on if the team expects him to play the whole game. Austin Calitro could still see some snaps at weak-side linebacker with this being Kendricks' first game action since Week 4.
|Dec 7 2018 - D.J. Fluker|
RG D.J. Fluker, who left last week's win over the 49ers in the second half with a Grade-1 hamstring strain, won't play this week and could be sidelined longer. In his absence, second-year guard Jordan Simmons will earn his second start of the season against Minnesota.
|Dec 5 2018 - Emmanuel Ellerbee|
LB Emmanuel Ellerbee was signed by the Seahawks to their practice squad Wednesday (Dec. 5). He had been waived by the Seahawks Monday.
|Dec 5 2018 - Bobby Wagner|
LB Bobby Wagner secured NFC Offensive Player of the Week honors after recording a game-high eight tackles and a 98-yard interception return for a touchdown in Sunday's 43-16 triumph over the San Francisco 49ers.
|Dec 3 2018 - Mychal Kendricks|
LB Mychal Kendricks was reinstated (Seahawks) from reserve/suspended by the NFL Monday (Dec. 3).
|Dec 3 2018 - Emmanuel Ellerbee|
LB Emmanuel Ellerbee was placed on waivers by the Seahawks Monday (Dec. 3).
|Dec 3 2018 - Bobby Wagner|
LB Bobby Wagner had a huge game against the 49ers. Along with finishing the contest with a team-best 12 tackles, Wagner became the first Seahawk to return an interception for a touchdown, force a fumble, recover a fumble, and record a quarterback sack in the same game.
On the interception, Wagner jumped a route at the goal line and raced 98 yards for the longest pick six in franchise history.
When revisiting the game-clinching play, Wagner said, "I kind of watched film that when they have two by two, or whatever, if he didn't have anything he might try to throw it to the back. So I was trying to make it look like I didn't see the back and when he threw it to the middle, I just broke on it, caught it, and tried to score and make sure I didn't get caught by the quarterback because I would never hear the end of that for the rest of the year."
|Dec 3 2018 - Rashaad Penny|
RB Rashaad Penny finished with 65 yards on only seven carries Sunday. Penny said he's seeing the game much slower, adding, "With me practicing harder and making the right reads and doing a little film study with my coaching and the other running backs, I think that's going to make a difference. That's just how it is."
|Dec 3 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson torched the 49ers secondary with three touchdowns in his first six attempts. He finished with four touchdown passes and a total of 185 yards passing.
|Dec 1 2018 - C.J. Prosise|
RB C.J. Prosise (abdomen) was placed on reserve/injured by the Seahawks Saturday (Dec. 1). While he would normally eligible to be designated for return and begin practicing after missing at least six weeks and playing in eight weeks, the first game he would be available would be the Super Bowl.
|Dec 1 2018 - Emmanuel Ellerbee|
LB Emmanuel Ellerbee was signed by the Seahawks from their practice squad Saturday (Dec. 1).
|Nov 29 2018 - Tyrone Swoopes|
TE Tyrone Swoopes was signed by the Seahawks to the practice squad Wednesday (Nov. 28). He had been released by the Seahawks from the practice squad Nov. 6.
|Nov 29 2018 - J.D. McKissic|
RB J.D. McKissic was activated from reserve/injured, designated for return by the Seahawks Wednesday (Nov. 28) and according to head coach Pete Carroll, he's expected to "participate" in Sunday's game versus the 49ers. Though he's unlikely to see the field much, if at all, as a running back, he could see snaps lined up as a receiver and should contribute on special teams.
|Nov 28 2018 - Sebastian Janikowski|
K Sebastian Janikowski was tabbed as the NFC Special Teams Player of the Week after drilling a 31-yard field goal for the win against the Carolina Panthers on Sunday.
|Nov 21 2018 - Mychal Kendricks|
LB Mychal Kendricks: Suspended since Week 5, the NFL allowed Kendricks to return to practice this week and he'll be working diligently to get reacclimated with the team. However, the veteran linebacker won't be eligible to play in a game until Week 14 against the Vikings.
|Nov 21 2018 - Rasheem Green|
DE Rasheem Green: It's been a relatively quiet rookie season for Green, but the third-round pick out of USC finally made an impact in the fourth quarter against Green Bay. With the Packers leading 21-20 and in the red zone, Green snuffed out a scramble attempt by Aaron Rodgers and sacked him on third down, forcing the Packers to settle for a field goal and opening the door for the Seahawks to win the game.
|Nov 21 2018 - Doug Baldwin|
WR Doug Baldwin: Stating he's now "pain free" after battling multiple knee injuries throughout the season, Baldwin caught a season-high seven passes and scored his first touchdown in last Thursday's win over the Packers. Looking far more spry than even a few weeks ago, the Seahawks aerial attack should receive a major boost with him close to 100 percent.
|Nov 21 2018 - J.D. McKissic|
RB J.D. McKissic: Out since Week 1 with a Jones fracture in his foot, McKissic returned to practice this week, adding extra depth to an already-loaded backfield. The Seahawks will have three weeks to activate him or he will stay on the injured reserve list for the remainder of the season.
|Nov 11 2018 - Rashaad Penny|
RB Rashaad Penny rushied for 108 yards on 12 carries and scored his first NFL touchdown in Sunday's 36-31 loss to the Rams in Los Angeles.
|Nov 11 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson completed 17 of 26 passes for 176 yards and three touchdowns in Sunday's 36-31 loss to the Rams in Los Angeles. Wilson also rushed for 92 yards on nine carries.
|Nov 8 2018 - Emmanuel Ellerbee|
LB Emmanuel Ellerbee was signed by the Seahawks to their practice squad Thursday (Nov. 8). He had been waived by the Seahawks Tuesday.
|Nov 7 2018 - Brad McDougald|
SS Bradley McDougald is arguably Seattle's most valuable player on defense this season. But the veteran safety has been hampered by a knee injury and his status for Sunday remains up in the air. Head coach Pete Carroll indicated he would be "held out for a little bit" and there's a strong possibility he will be a game-time decision.
|Nov 7 2018 - Akeem King|
CB Akeem King has been a factor on multiple special teams units for Seattle over the past few games with Neiko Thorpe still on the shelf due to a groin injury. King recorded three tackles against the Lions in Week 8 and played 16 snaps on special teams against the Chargers last week.
|Nov 7 2018 - Dion Jordan|
DE Dion Jordan has been far more disruptive from his defensive end spot since the bye week. Head coach Pete Carroll thinks he's got a much higher ceiling than he's shown through eight games and the Seahawks are counting on a huge second half from him off the edge.
|Nov 7 2018 - Rashaad Penny|
RB Rashaad Penny, a first-round pick this year, continues to be frustrated by his lack of usage, but with Chris Carson potentially out for Sunday's game, the rookie may finally get an extended opportunity to play. Head coach Pete Carroll believes he's on the "verge of exploding" and the team has seen enough from him at practice to believe it's only a matter of time.
|Nov 6 2018 - Tyrone Swoopes|
TE Tyrone Swoopes was released from the practice squad by the Seahawks Tuesday (Nov. 6).
|Nov 6 2018 - Kalan Reed|
CB Kalan Reed was signed by the Seahawks from their practice squad Tuesday (Nov. 6).
|Nov 6 2018 - Emmanuel Ellerbee|
LB Emmanuel Ellerbee was placed on waivers by the Seahawks Tuesday (Nov. 6).
|Nov 5 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson struggled with accuracy at times and made a few uncharacteristically poor reads Sunday. While admitting he has to play much better football after completing 26 of 39 passes for 235 yards and throwing the back-breaking pick-six, Wilson nearly brought Seattle all the way back from a 15-point deficit in the closing moments.
|Nov 1 2018 - Jeremy Boykins|
CB Jeremy Boykins was signed by the Seahawks to their practice squad Wednesday (Oct. 31). He had been waived by the Seahawks Sept. 1.
|Nov 1 2018 - Malik Turner|
WR Mailk Turner was signed by the Seahawks from their practice squad Wednesday (Oct. 31).
|Oct 31 2018 - Brad McDougald|
S Bradley McDougald: Playing with an illness while also suffering a stinger during last week's game, McDougald continued his All-Pro caliber campaign, finishing with six tackles and a pass defensed. With so many stars now gone, he's led a young, inexperienced secondary by example and helped the Seahawks maintain a top-five defense.
|Oct 31 2018 - Jacob Martin|
DE Jacob Martin: The sixth-round pick out of Temple only has three tackles all season, but head coach Pete Carroll said the athletic rookie "gives us activity" thanks to his non-stop motor and he's gradually seen his snap totals creep up in recent weeks. He nearly got to Matthew Stafford a couple of times in Detroit and his first NFL sack could be coming in the near future.
|Oct 31 2018 - George Fant|
T George Fant: A former basketball player at Western Kentucky, Fant actually ran a couple of routes out of the slot in Seattle's Week 8 win at Detroit. He's been seeing extended snaps as an extra lineman, but head coach Pete Carroll admitted both he and QB Russell Wilson have thrown routes to the 322-pound lineman at practice, meaning there could be a interesting wrinkle in the playbook for an upcoming game.
|Oct 31 2018 - Ed Dickson|
TE Ed Dickson: Playing in his first game as a Seahawk last weekend, Dickson hauled in two receptions for 54 yards, including a 12-yard touchdown. Despite playing a great game, head coach Pete Carroll did harass his new tight end about failing to make a move on his other reception, as he stated "he dropped the controller" with his inability to make a defender miss.
|Oct 31 2018 - Tyler Lockett|
WR Tyler Lockett: After signing a three-year extension in August, Lockett has responded with six touchdowns in Seattle's first seven games. Battling all the way back from a broken ankle suffered two seasons ago, the speedy receiver is on pace to smash his previous career-highs in receptions, yardage, and touchdowns.
|Oct 31 2018 - Michael Dickson|
P Michael Dickson was named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week after rushing for a first down to seal Sunday's 28-14 victory over the Detroit Lions.
|Oct 30 2018 - Tyrone Swoopes|
TE Tyrone Swoopes was signed by the Seahawks to their practice squad Tuesday (Oct. 30). He had been waived by the Seahawks Saturday.
|Oct 30 2018 - Mychal Kendricks|
LB Mychal Kendricks was retroactively suspended eight games by the NFL and will be able to return to action in Week 14, multiple media outlets reported on Tuesday. Kendricks was suspended after pleading guilty in September to federal insider trading charges. The ban, which began on Oct. 2, includes previous time served. The 28-year-old Kendricks can return to practice Nov. 12 and play Dec. 10 when the Seahawks face the Minnesota Vikings in Week 14. Kendricks' brother, Eric, plays for Minnesota.
|Oct 29 2018 - T.J. Green|
S T.J. Green was placed on reserve/left squad by the Seahawks Monday (Oct. 29). That makes him ineligible to play for the remainder of the seasons.
|Oct 28 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson continued to serve as the beacon of efficiency under center with outstanding protection in front of him, completing 14 out of 17 passes for 248 yards, three touchdowns, and zero interceptions. He set a career-high mark averaging 14.6 yards per pass attempt, exceeding his previous best from the 2014 season by nearly two full yards.
|Oct 28 2018 - Chris Carson|
RB Chris Carson eclipsed the 100-yard mark for the third time in his past four games.
|Oct 27 2018 - Ed Dickson|
TE Ed Dickson was activated from reserve/non-football injury by the Seahawks Saturday (Oct. 27).
|Oct 27 2018 - Tyrone Swoopes|
TE Tyrone Swoopes was placed on waivers by the Seahawks Saturday (Oct. 27).
|Oct 24 2018 - David Moore|
WR David Moore used his rookie season as a redshirt year while he adjusted to playing against NFL competition. After catching three touchdown passes from QB Russelll Wilson during Seattle's past two games, head coach Pete Carroll says the rising star is "just getting started" and he'll continue to be a focal point in the Seahawks passing attack from this point forward.
|Oct 24 2018 - Germain Ifedi|
RT Germain Ifedi is playing to his potential, and head coach Pete Carroll says Ifedi has blossomed thanks in large part to his relationship with new line coach Mike Solari and the presence of right guard D.J. Fluker beside him on the offensive line. The former first-round pick "sees the game much better than he has at any other time," which has allowed him to take the next step in his development and become more consistent in pass protection.
|Oct 24 2018 - Nick Vannett|
TE Nick Vannett, after missing Seattle's last game in London, returned to practice on Monday as a full participant. The third-year tight end has battled back problems since entering the league, but after extensive treatment during the bye week, he will be ready to play in Detroit.
|Oct 24 2018 - K.J. Wright|
LB K.J. Wright has been sidelined since the final week of the preseason after arthroscopic knee surgery. He finally made his much-anticipated return to practice on Monday, but head coach Pete Carroll was non-committal about his status for Sunday's game. Indicating the Seahawks will employ a "wait and see" approach as he progresses through the week, it would be a surprise if he doesn't make his season debut in Detroit.
|Oct 24 2018 - Mychal Kendricks|
LB Mychal Kendricks is serving an indefinite suspension linked to his guilty plea to insider trading charges, and reportedly participated in a hearing on Monday seeking clarification on his suspension. Capable of playing both middle and weak-side linebacker, Seattle hopes he will be available later in the season as a veteran insurance option behind Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright.
|Oct 23 2018 - Justin Currie|
S Justin Currie was signed by the Seahawks to their practice squad Tuesday (Oct. 23). He had been waived from reserve/injured with an injury settlement by the Browns Sept. 11.