Chris Carson to be more involved in Seahawks' passing game
Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson "will catch the ball more this year, for sure," head coach Pete Carroll said.
The departures of Doug Baldwin and Mike Davis should lead to more aerial work for both Carson and Rashaad Penny, but Carroll specifically praised Carson for his abilities in the passing game. The third-year back caught 20 passes (24 targets) for 163 scoreless yards last season.
numberFire's models believe Carson will record 1,147.0 rushing yards, 169.3 receiving yards, and 8.45 touchdowns in 2019. He's the RB20 in our preseason fantasy rankings.
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- Philadelphia's DeSean Jackson exits Week 2's game with a groin injury September 15th, 2019
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- 49ers' Matt Breida rushes for 121 yards in Week 2's win over the Bengals September 15th, 2019
- Rams' Cooper Kupp posts five receptions in Week 2's victory over New Orleans September 15th, 2019
- Kansas City's DeMarcus Robinson torches Oakland for 172 receiving yards and 2 scores September 15th, 2019
- Seattle's Russell Wilson throws three touchdowns in Week 2's victory over the Steelers September 15th, 2019
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- Seattle's Tyler Lockett (back) absent from Wednesday's practice September 11th, 2019
- Russell Wilson efficient, throws 2 scores for Seahawks in opener September 9th, 2019