Seahawks to turn back to Thomas Rawls after Chris Carson injury – ProFootballTalk
With Chris Carson likely out for the remainder of the season. the Seahawks are turning back to Thomas Rawls to lead their backfield rotation moving forward. Rawls was inactive for Sunday night's game against the Indianapolis Colts as Seattle went with Carson, Eddie Lacy and J.D. McKissic instead.
Seattle Seahawks rookie runner Chris Carson has successful ankle surgery | The News Tribune
Carson is on injured reserve. Thomas Rawls and Eddie Lacy, each of whom has been a healthy inactive watching each of the last two games in street clothes, are vying to be the lead back instead Sunday at the Los Angeles Rams.
Seahawks hoping Thomas Rawls can find his role again | The Spokesman-Review
Thomas Rawls was a healthy inactive last week for the Seattle Seahawks. He may be their starting running back this week against the Los Angeles Rams. It’s been a difficult season for Rawls. Expected to be the starter before the season began, Rawls has just five carries in the two games he’s been active. Now he’s being counted on with rookie Chris Carson out.
Seahawks had to act fast to bring back Quinton Jefferson
Seattle Seahawks had to act quickly to sign Quinton Jefferson off the Los Angeles Rams practice squad.
Seahawks Have A Unique Streak Going, And Pete Carroll Thinks It’s “Freaking Awesome” | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks are the masters of unique final scores, and Pete Carroll loves that about his team.
Seattle Seahawks 2017 First Quarter Honors | Seattle Seahawks
A look back at who and what stood out through the Seahawks' first four games of the 2017 regular season.
Thursday Practice Report: Four Starters Return For Seahawks | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks welcomed Doug Baldwin, Jimmy Graham, Luke Joeckel and Richard Sherman back to the practice field on Thursday.
Seahawks Show Defensive Depth Following Some Key Injuries | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks could be missing two starters on defense this week, but they feel good about the players filling in, as well as their overall depth on defense.
Dean Pees: Ravens defensive problems last week all on me – ProFootballTalk
The Ravens have gone through two rough weeks with lopsided losses to the Jaguars and Steelers dropping them to 2-2 on the season. Problems with the offense have been well documented, but the team's also given up 791 yards over the last two weeks.
Belichick: Late fourth-down strategy was a “tough decision” – ProFootballTalk
The Buccaneers had a chance to win last night's game against the Patriots, thanks in part to a decision from Bill Belichick to take the ball out of the hands of Tom Brady on fourth and three from the Tampa Bay 30 and place it on the foot of Stephen Gostkowski and, ultimately, on the backs of a the w.
Injuries: Sam Bradford (knee) limited in Vikes' practice - NFL.com
Minnesota Vikings quarterback Sam Bradford was limited in practice Thursday as he continues to rehab his knee. Who else was battling injuries heading into Week 5's contests?
Newton apologizes for comments to female reporter - NFL.com
Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton apologized Thursday for using words that were "extremely degrading and disrespectful to women" while answering a question from a female reporter.
What we learned: Patriots lean on defense in victory - NFL.com
The New England Patriots are used to dramatic endings by now. This time, it was the team's beleaguered defense that stepped up late in a 19-14 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Nick Folk after close loss to Patriots: 'This one's on me' - NFL.com
Nick Folk is deep in the kicking doldrums. During Tampa Bay's 19-14 prime-time loss, the Buccaneers kicker missed three field-goal attempts of varying distance in each of the last three quarters.
Next Gen Stats: Bucs' Doug Martin debuts at peak level - NFL.com
Tampa Bay running back Doug Martin, making his 2017 debut after serving a suspension, looked like his 2012 and 2015 self. It wasn't enough for a Bucs win but it gives them something to build on.
Titans DC LeBeau on giving up 57 points: 'That is not us' - NFL.com
Tennessee Titans defensive coordinator Dick LeBeau said the porous performance by his defense against the Houston Texans wasn't characteristic of the team.