All sorts of stuff going on - but nothing as sexy as Prosise and Pope, it appears.
So, as mentioned before, Alex Collins is/was the #4, but he has failed to impress thus far (putting it mildly, as far as fans are concerned). Still, he's on the roster - so that's good.
Then today, there's this:
#Seahawks signed RB Zac Brooks to their practice squad.
Brooks played during preseason, then was waived during roster cuts. Can't remember much about him, one way or the other, Think he was okay, but that's about it.
Condotta thinks this is the reason for Zac being signed to the practice squad:
So beefing up the practice squad. Would assume this means Farmer up to 53-man but we'll see.
George Farmer is...hmm. Not exciting, shall we say. Still, who knows?
Hit the link for some of Pete Carroll's thoughts on the issue: http://www.seattleti...elined-a-while/
ETA: Rawls! I left out Rawls - here's Pete to tell you about him:
Carroll said Rawls played more than expected — 40 snaps overall —- and took a bit of punishment against the Eagles but should be fine for Sunday.
“He’s banged up now,’’ Carroll said. “He threw his body around. He was like in a train wreck. But he’ll be taken care of this week. We’ll get him back and really excited to see him play for us. He played great, he looked terrific. A little bit out of control a couple of times, but he’s going to be on the verge of out control if he’s at his best anyway, so that’s just fine with us.’’
At another point, Carroll said of Rawls that: “This is his first real contact and he legitimately got after it. He’s a little bit trashed today.”
But Carroll reiterated that despite the fact Rawls got more work than they anticipated, he should be fine for Sunday’s game against the Bucs.