Third-year running back C.J. Prosise could end up on injured reserve if the Seahawks need a roster spot, The Seattle Times’ Bob Condotta tweets.
That “if” is more likely a “when,” as linebacker Mychal Kendricks is expected to return to the team next week following his suspension.
A third-year back, Prosise suffered an abdomen injury in practice this week.
After a promising rookie campaign in 2016, Prosise has struggled to stay healthy and find consistent playing time. So far in 2018, the Notre Dame product has played just 30 snaps and has -3 rushing yards on one carry. That is a far cry from his first year, when he averaged 5.7 yards per carry and 12.2 yards per reception in six games with Seattle.
Though he has not shown it on the field, Prosise’s potential is still alluring to the Seahawks, who have the back signed through 2019. Due to his low cost and Mike Davis hitting free agency at season’s end, it makes sense to place the pass-catching back on IR and see what happens next season.
3 comments on “Seahawks’ C.J. Prosise Could Be IR Candidate”
Why are they paying this guy
“Due to his low cost and Mike Davis hitting free agency at season’s end, it makes sense to place the pass-catching back on IR and see what happens next season.” Think the answer was in the article
For one there not playing him. He is hurt. Did you read the article