Seahawks without RBs Carson, Hyde vs. Rams

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Brady HendersonESPN

The Seattle Seahawks will be without running backs Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde for a third straight game when they play the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday.

Seattle downgraded Carson (foot) and Hyde (hamstring) to out on Saturday after initially listing them as questionable, announcing that news along with several roster moves. The Seahawks activated cornerback Neiko Thorpe off injured reserve, placed defensive tackle Bryan Mone on IR and elevated two players for Sunday’s game: running back Alex Collins and defensive tackle Damon Harrison.

Defensive end Benson Mayowa (ankle) was also downgraded to out.

Collins will join Seattle’s short-handed backfield for the second week in a row, and Harrison will make his long-awaited Seahawks debut.

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The Seahawks’ available running backs against the Rams will be rookie DeeJay Dallas, Travis Homer and Collins, plus fullback Nick Bellore. Dallas has started the past two games, but Homer played more snaps last week, 31 to 20, while Collins played 13 snaps in his first game since 2018. Dallas leads Seattle’s running backs over that span with 72 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 25 carries.

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