C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

Date of Birth:  05/20/1994
Age:  24
Height  6'1"
Weight:   220
College:  Notre Dame
Drafted:  2016 | Round 3 | Pick 90
Depth Chart:  3rd down RB

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C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (hip) returned to practice today.

After missing a few practices with a hip flexor issue, Prosise returned to practice and is expected to play in this Saturday's preseason game versus the Chargers. With Rashaad Penny (finger) out, Prosise has a chance to take advantage and potentially carve out a solid role on third downs. Prosise must stay healthy as he battles for a roster spot in Seattle.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (hip) is day-to-day.

Prosise is dealing with a hip flexor issue which caused him to miss Seattle's first preseason game last week. The third-year running back has dealt with multiple injuries since entering the league, and he probably needs to get back on the field soon as he battles for a roster spot with the Seahawks.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

The Seahawks are reportedly placing C.J. Prosise on IR.

Prosise's second season has been derailed by ankle injuries, and he's now done for the year. J.D. McKissic is now locked in as the primary passing-down back for the Seahawks, and Thomas Rawls should get a good amount of touches as long as Eddie Lacy (groin) is also out. Prosise had only carries for 23 rushing yards and six receptions for 87 receiving yards this season, and he'll look to get fully healthy for 2018 and try to make a big impact like he showed he can during his rookie season. Seattle's backfield might be a mystery heading into next year, so it's difficult to gauge his fantasy value for 2018.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise leaves game with ankle injury.

This is very unfortunate for the second-year back, as ankle issues have affected him all season. Prosise had his ankle rolled up on pretty badly in the third quarter and has already been ruled out. He had three carries for three yards before leaving, and it'll be Thomas Rawls and J.D. McKissic in the backfield for the rest of this five-point game versus the Cardinals. Consider Prosise doubtful for Week 11.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise is officially active for Week 10.

With Eddie Lacy (groin) out, Prosise steps into the backfield mix with Thomas Rawls and J.D. McKissic. This is just the second-year back's fifth game of the season, as he's been battling ankle issues from the start of the year. He's not a recommended fantasy option quite yet, but Prosise is someone to keep an eye on—particularly in PPR leagues. We'll see how he does tonight against the Cardinals.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) is inactive against the Redskins.

Prosise was expected to push through the ankle injury, but it isn't happening today. The second-year back has only appeared in four games this season, getting 14 total touches so far. It'll be Eddie Lacy, Thomas Rawls, and J.D. McKissic today versus Washington.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) is officially questionable for Week 9.

Prosise practiced fully after being limited on Wednesday and Thursday, and it sounds like he has a good chance of playing on Sunday. The second-year back admitted himself that this ankle issue is just something he has to push through, so hopefully he's able tough it out and remain on the field while being a difference-maker for the Seahawks. If active, Prosise wouldn't be a recommended fantasy option, but he's someone to keep an eye on—especially in PPR leagues.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) was limited in practice today.

Prosise will likely be limited again tomorrow before being listed as questionable (or maybe doubtful) for Sunday against the Redskins. We'll see for sure tomorrow when the official injury report for the game is released.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) is out for Week 8.

Prosise was listed as doubtful, so this was fully expected. His ankle had been giving him trouble all season, so the Seahawks should probably just wait until he's literally 100% before playing him again. It'll be Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy, and J.D. McKissic in the backfield for Seattle today.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) is doubtful for Week 7.

Prosise didn't practice all week, and it'd be a massive surprise if he was out there Sunday against the Texans. It'll almost certainly be Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy, and J.D. McKissic in the backfield for Seattle again.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) did not practice today.

It's Prosise's second-straight missed practice, and it doesn't look like he'll be playing on Sunday. The official injury report for the game will be released tomorrow.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) did not practice today.

He's probably not going to play this week after injuring his ankle again early in Sunday's win over the Giants, but we'll update you on the second-year back's status throughout the week.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise leaves Seahawks' game with ankle injury.

Unless it's the other ankle, Prosise is again having issues with the same one and it forced him out very early in the game. He's officially questionable to return, but it'd be a surprise if he returned to the game. Prosise didn't have any touches before leaving.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) is active for the Seahawks.

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said he expected his second-year running back to return this week, and he's officially in the lineup against the Giants. Even with Prosise active, J.D. McKissic is still active for Seattle. It's hard to predict how the backfield carries will be split for the Seahawks, but Thomas Rawls and Eddie Lacy are likely to get most of the carries with Prosise and McKissic handling most of the passing down work. Perhaps Prosise could emerge as a three-down guy for them as he did last year against New England, but it's difficult to trust him in his first game back.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) is officially questionable for Week 7.

Prosise practiced fully for the second straight day, so it looks like he should be ready to go against the Giants. Ideally, you'll be able to stay away from him in his first game back in a crowded Seattle backfield, but be sure to check back in on Sunday to make sure he's active if you plan on playing him. The Seahawks play in the late-afternoon games, so that could complicate lineup decisions too.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) was a full participant in today's practice.

It appears he's 100% and ready to play on Sunday against the Giants. There's some definite risk in a split backfield, but Prosise offers top-30 upside in PPR leagues this week.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) was limited in practice today.

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said he expects Prosise to be back this week, and a limited participation today is a good start. A full practice tomorrow or Friday would be ideal.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

Pete Carroll says C.J. Prosise "looks like he's ready to go" this week.

Prosise was battling an ankle injury that kept him out the last two games, but it sounds like he'll be ready to go after the team just had their bye week. We'll see how this works out with Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy, and J.D. McKissic all in the backfield, but Prosise is expected to be active when he's healthy. McKissic might end up being inactive, despite the impact he's made while on the field this season.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) has been ruled out for tomorrow's game.

Prosise was listed as doubtful on the injury report, so it's not surprising that Seattle has ruled him out already. The second-year back has struggled to stay healthy so far in his career, and there's no guarantee he returns in a big passing role when he gets back to 100%.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) is doubtful for Week 5.

Prosise didn't practice this week and he probably isn't going to play in the game. There was some optimism the second-year back would be ready earlier in the week, but that apparently is not happening. The explosive J.D. McKissic will continue to fill in as the passing down back, with Thomas Rawls possibly getting some work in passing situations as well.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) did not practice today.

This is Prosise's second consecutive missed day of practice even though he was expected to be ready for Sunday. He still might be ready, but there's obvious concern about his status with him not practicing yet this week. We'll see how he's listed on the injury report tomorrow.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) did not practice today.

He's expected to return this weekend after missing one game, so he will likely be out there for practice tomorrow. Jimmy Graham and Doug Baldwin also didn't practice, but they are both also expected to be fine.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (ankle) is not expected to play this week, according to Ian Rapoport.

It's unclear when exactly the injury occurred, but Rapoport says the running back is week-to-week. This could mean rookie Chris Carson will be in line for a huge workload against the Colts, and it's also possible Thomas Rawls mixes in more after logging only one snap (zero carries) last week against the Titans. Carson should be in most fantasy lineups this week.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise catches 46-yard pass in Week 3 loss.

Prosise caught three of five targets for 65 yards against the Titans, while he also had four carries for nine yards. The 46-yard reception was on a nice sluggo route that he got wide open on. Prosise is in the PPR FLEX conversation for Week 4 against Indy.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise gets six targets in Week 2.

Prosise grabbed three passes for 22 yards in the win against the Niners, but he had no attempts on the ground. Prosise is just a PPR option right now, but he's even risky as a FLEX there until he starts putting up better numbers.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise doesn't get targeted in Week 1.

The second-year back from Notre Dame had four carries for 11 yards against Green Bay, but that was it. Russell Wilson and the offense did move the ball with a hurry up attack, so perhaps they'll go to that more in Week 2 and Prosise will be a big part of it. Prosise is a definite bench hold, but he probably shouldn't be in fantasy lineups right now.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise suits up for Seattle's preseason finale.

Prosise rushed three times for five yards and caught a three-yard pass. The oft-injured back missed time in August, so Pete Carroll wanted to give him a few touches before the regular season. With his ADP falling into the 14th round, Prosise could be a value there—even in a crowded backfield.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise returned to practice yesterday.

The second-year back missed over a week with a groin injury after injuring it on Friday, August 19 in pregame warmups before an exhibition against Kansas City. With very impressive rookie Chris Carson emerging as a wild card in the backfield, it's unclear what Prosise's role will be. He'll probably remain the passing down back, given the upside he's shown when healthy, but it's no lock.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise will not play in Seattle's preseason game tomorrow night.

After injuring his groin in warmups last Friday, Prosise isn't ready to go for the Week 3 preseason exhibition against the Chiefs. Thomas Rawls (ankle) also won't be playing in the game, but Pete Carroll says both guys are "close" and might be able to play if it was a regular season game. Like with Rawls, it'd be nice to see Prosise out there before drafting him—especially with seventh-round rookie Chris Carson quickly climbing up the depth chart. Carson will likely get a lot of work behind Eddie Lacy with the first team tomorrow night.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

Seahawks running back C.J. Prosise has a strained groin.

Prosise injured his groin during warmups of last Friday's preseason game against Minnesota, and that's why he didn't play in the game. According to The News Tribune, the Seahawks are concerned about the ability of Prosise, who has battled injuries the last few years dating back to Notre Dame, to stay healthy. Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable said "I think we all are" concerned about Prosise's durability. The groin injury is not a serious one, and head coach Pete Carroll hopes Prosise can play in the team's third preseason game on Friday against the Chiefs. If Prosise can get and remain healthy, the concerns should not become an issue. But if he's injured again, don't be surprised to see rookie Chris Carson or someone else step up in his place.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise is a surprise scratch for tonight's preseason game against the Vikings.

It's completely unclear why Prosise, who practiced all week, isn't playing in the game. Perhaps he is feeling under the weather or something—hopefully he's OK. With Thomas Rawls (ankle) already out for the game, Eddie Lacy should get plenty of work with the first-team offense.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise gets limited preseason action against the Chargers.

Prosise had one carry for three yards and one catch for eight yards. It appears, for now, that Thomas Rawls is locked in as the early-down runner, with Prosise taking passing downs. He could handle a good amount of carries, but the Seahawks might prefer to use him more as a receiver out of the backfield while letting Rawls and Eddie Lacy handle the majority of the carries.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

The Seahawks have "really high hopes" for C.J. Prosise, head coach Pete Carroll said.

Prosise has reportedly been very good out of the backfield throughout the spring. He's a versatile weapon that can be split out as a receiver and create mismatches for the offense to take advantage of. Prosise is locked in as the passing down back for Seattle, but he might be able to play well enough to stay on the field for more than just passing downs; he averaged 5.7 yards per carry on his 30 carries as a rookie, and he's not just someone that's a good receiver. With Prosise, Eddie Lacy, and Thomas Rawls, Seattle should be happy with their running back situation.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

Sheil Kapadia thinks C.J. Prosise could catch 60 passes if he's healthy this season.

Kapadia notes the Seahawks had 75 receptions from their backs last season, and Prosise is the clear passing down back for the team. Of course, Prosise needs to stay healthy. Kapadia says the coaches "love Prosise but have questioned his durability." Kapadia expects six carries per game for Prosise as well. If he does stay healthy, Prosise should be a nice asset in PPR leagues. He might actually be the safest of all Seattle backs, with a clear role in the passing game.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

Jordan Schultz says the Seahawks "LOVE" C.J. Prosise.

This was reported because of the addition of Eddie Lacy to Seattle's backfield. Prosise will very likely be Seattle's passing down back and should have very good PPR value in 2017. This situation is worth watching during training camp.

C.J. Prosise (shoulder) out for the Divisional Round.

Prosise practiced all week, but he won't go today with his scapula injury. If the Seahawks advance to the NFC Championship Game, one would think there is a great chance Prosise would be able to play in that game.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

CJ. Prosise (shoulder) listed as questionable for tomorrow against the Falcons.

Prosise was a full participant in practice on Thursday and Friday, so he looks like he has a legitimate chance of playing. It'd be a big boost to the Seahawks in the pass game in particular. We will update you on Prosise's game status ahead of tomorrow's afternoon kickoff.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (shoulder) was a full participant in the Seahawks' Thursday practice.

It's a good sign, but there are reports that Prosise won't play on Saturday against the Falcons. Check back in tomorrow for his official status (questionable, doubtful, or out).

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (shoulder) was a limited participant in practice.

After missing seven weeks, Prosise will need to get a full practice is for him to be able to play on Saturday versus the Falcons. We will update you tomorrow and Friday.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (shoulder) will return to practice for Seattle this week.

It's looking like the Seahawks will get Prosise back for the Divisional Round matchup against the Falcons. With Thomas Rawls coming off a great game Saturday night against Detroit, Prosise will likely play a change-of-pace and third down role for the Seahawks, assuming he does play. We will update you on Prosise's status throughout the week.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise (shoulder) out for the Seahawks.

Prosise just isn't ready to play after he injured his scapula in Week 11. Pete Carroll seems to be encouraged by Prosise's progress, so he might be able to give it a go next weekend if Seattle can get a win tomorrow night against Detroit.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise injures shoulder against the Eagles.

It's reportedly a scapula injury for Prosise, and he likely won't be back for the regular season. Thomas Rawls will take over for Seattle as an every down back.

C.J. Prosise | Seahawks RB

C.J. Prosise takes over as Seahawks lead runner against Pats in Week 10.

Prosise started the game over Christine Michael, and out-touched him 24-6. Prosise had 17 carries for 66 yards, and was the team's leading receiver with seven catches for 87 yards. With Thomas Rawls set to return in Week 11 vs the Eagles, Prosise likely won't handle 17 carries on a weekly basis, but he will be heavily involved in the Seahawks passing game. Prosise is looking like a great FLEX option at least. The Eagles are not an easy matchup, but he's worth putting in your lineup.

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