The Seahawks have gone from having two ex-Husky tight ends to zero in just a week.
After a fantastic start to the season, Will Dissly suffered a patellar tendon tear in his right knee during the first quarter against Arizona and will miss the rest of the season. Even worse, it’s an injury that can hamper athleticism even after rehab.
Meanwhile, backup tight end Darrell Daniels was released by Seattle on September 25th, likely due at least in part to the surprising productivity of Dissly.
John Ross caught two passes for 52 yards, including his second career touchdown in the Bengals’ narrow win over Atlanta.
Budda Baker made 5 tackles in Arizona’s loss to Seattle.
Zeke Turner has continued to play on special teams for the Cardinals.
Dante Pettis suffered an injury to his left knee while returning a punt in the opening minutes of San Francisco’s loss to the Chargers.
Cory Littleton made 9 tackles in the Rams’ Thursday Night win over the Vikings.
Marcus Peters was listed as questionable for the Rams’ game on short rest with an injured calf suffered in week 3, but played every snap and made 6 tackles.
Senio Kelemete left the Texans’ overtime win over the Colts with a knee injury, but later returned.
Kevin King missed his second consecutive game with a groin injury for Green Bay.
Vita Vea made his first NFL appearance in Tampa Bay’s blowout loss to Chicago. He had little chance to make an impact in run-stuffing, though, as the Bears mostly played through the air.
A pair of Huskies caught two passes each in Jaguars-Jets: Austin Seferian-Jenkins caught 2 passes for 24 yards for Jacksonville, while Jermaine Kearse got 23 yards for New York.
Sidney Jones continues to play well at slot corner for Philadelphia. A number of fans are hoping he’ll get a chance to pass the struggling Jalen Mills on the depth chart.
Marvin Hall caught a pass for two yards for the Falcons, but also had a big kick return to set up the Atlanta offense at midfield to start the game.
Mason Foster (Redskins) and Shaq Thompson (Panthers) had byes in week 4.
Keishawn Bierria plays tonight for the Broncos against Kansas City.