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Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker (ankle) participated in a limited fashion at Thursday's practice. After not practicing at all on Wednesday, this is certainly a good sign. Fellow RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle) also logged limited participation. RB Travis Homer (ankle) did not participate for the 2nd day in a row. Final word on these guys ahead of Week 17 vs. the Jets will come tomorrow.

Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker (ankle) did not log practice participation on Wednesday. The same goes for RB Travis Homer (ankle). Fortunately, RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle) managed to participate in a limited fashion. We'll keep an eye on the ankles of the whole Seahawks backfield ahead of Week 17 vs. the Jets.

Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker entered Saturday's game questionable after missing practice all week with an ankle injury. But then he racked up 26 carries for 107 yards (4.1 per rush). The rookie added 2 catches for minus-2 yards in the loss to the Chiefs. He gets a tough matchup with the Jets in Week 17.

Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker (ankle) is active for today’s game vs. the Chiefs. He didn’t practice all week, so it’s safe to assume that he’s not at 100%. Walker played 75% of Seattle’s offensive snaps with this injury last week, though, and we haven’t heard anything about him being limited today. See where Walker sits in the Week 16 RB Rankings. RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle) is also active today; RB Wayne Gallman is a healthy scratch.

Seahawks RB Ken Walker (ankle) is expected to play vs. the Chiefs today, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Walker played through this injury last week, tallying 12 carries and 5 targets on a 75% snap rate. But he didn't practice at all this week and is listed as questionable. Walker clearly isn't at 100%, adding some risk to his Week 16 fantasy profile.

The Seahawks elevated RBs Godwin Igwebuike and Wayne Gallman from the practice squad for Saturday's game vs. the Chiefs. That might suggest some concern over RB Ken Walker's availability. He's listed as questionable with his ankle injury and didn't practice all week. We'll look for an update on Walker in the morning and will get Seattle's inactives around 11:30 am ET.

Both RB Kenneth Walker (ankle) and RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle) are "likely to play" in Week 16 according to Seahawks HC Pete Carroll on Thursday. Dallas falls out of fantasy consideration with the news that his rookie teammate also seems good to go vs. the Chiefs. Walker has been dealing with this ankle issue for a few weeks now but is still considered a high-end RB2 candidate in what is a generally neutral matchup for fantasy purposes.

Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker (ankle) did not practice again on Wednesday. Teammate DeeJay Dallas (ankle) is moving in a positive direction and logged a limited practice ahead of Week 16. A final injury status for both Walker and Dallas will come on tomorrow's report. We'll know more about who is healthy enough to play against the Chiefs on Saturday soon.

Seahawks RB Ken Walker (ankle) did not practice on Tuesday. HC Pete Carroll said that Walker was “a little sore coming out” of Thursday night's loss to the 49ers. “We will see how this week goes,” Carroll added. “We have to give him every day to get back." We'll get another update on Walker tomorrow. RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle) was also sidelined on Tuesday.

Seahawks RBs DeeJay Dallas and Tony Jones are inactive for tonight's game vs. the 49ers. RBs Ken Walker, Travis Homer and Godwin Igwebuike are dressed for Seattle. We're expecting Walker to see his usual workload tonight.

Seahawks RB Ken Walker (ankle) is not listed on the final injury report for Thursday night's game vs. the 49ers. He was a full-go in practice on Tuesday and Wednesday. It all suggests that Walker should be ready for at least something close to his normal workload -- but the matchup against San Francisco's 3rd-ranked RB defense leaves Walker as a lower-end RB2 this week. RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle) is listed as questionable but is obviously off the fantasy radar with Walker back.

Seahawks RB Ken Walker (ankle) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice. That puts him on track to return for Thursday night's showdown vs. the 49ers. It's a brutal matchup against the 3rd toughest defense in terms of adjusted fantasy points allowed to RBs. But Walker's projected volume keeps him in the RB2 mix.

Seahawks HC Pete Carroll labeled RB Ken Walker (ankle) "day-to-day" on Monday. Walker was listed as a limited participant in Monday's practice, which was a light workout on the short week. It seems like he has a chance to return for Thursday night's game vs. the 49ers, but we'll get another update tomorrow. RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle) did not practice on Monday.

Seahawks RBs Ken Walker (ankle) and DeeJay Dallas (ankle) are inactive for today’s game vs. the Panthers. That leaves Seattle with RBs Travis Homer, Tony Jones and Godwin Igwebuike. ESPN’s Adam Schefter said this morning that Jones is expected to get the start.

NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports that Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker III is not expected to play today against the Panthers. That's more pessimistic than other Saturday reports calling Walker 50/50, but the rookie missed practice all week because of the ankle he injured last week. Don't bet on him being available for your fantasy football lineups this week. With DeeJay Dallas (ankle) also expected to sit, Travis Homer becomes an RB3-level option. We've had him projected as the starter since Tuesday in our Week 14 fantasy football rankings.

ESPN's Jeremy Fowler reports that Seahawks RB DeeJay Dallas (ankle) is viewed as a "long shot" to play Sunday against the Panthers. He adds that RB Kenneth Walker III (ankle) is still "considered 50/50." We'll watch the status of both players Sunday, but plan as though Walker won't be available for your fantasy football lineups. Even if he turns up active, Walker is bound to carry escalated risk.

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