Brown has had a really disappointing season outside of one week and now we can add injury to insult. If Brown doesn't play, Larry Fitzgerald and Michael Floyd's value skyrocket as they're the only true options Carson Palmer will have at wide receiver.
We knew Rawls wasn't going to play but it's finally official. Rawls has lost his job to Christine Michael and at this point is droppable in all fantasy leagues. He should see change-of-pace carries for Seattle when he does finally return, but nothing more than that.
McClendon is a former manager at the Major League level and spent time coaching in the minors as well. He'll likely get the nod at manager if the Tigers fire Brad Ausmus during the year at any point.
Prosise hasn't played in a few weeks but is trending towards being active for Week 7. If he does play, he'll be Christine Michael's primary backup and maybe even the team's third-down back.
Chancellor has done more yelling at teammates than playing in recent weeks. That being said, the Seahawks defense has looked sharp without him and they've been winning games. They can't officially be the legion of boom without the mayor of boom nation, however.
Pierre-Louis hasn't been active for all of Seattle's games and again won't be active in Week 7. He actually hasn't his best game in the team's last one -- against the Falcons -- where he made three of his five tackles on the year.
Graham has been a huge part of the Seahawks offense this year and his injury doesn't seem to be hindering him at all. He's good to go for Week 7 and should be a top-10 tight end play.
We've known Hyde wasn't going to play for a few days now but it's now official. Mike Davis will serve as the primary back with Shaun Draughn as his backup. Davis possesses RB2 potential and should be started in a lot of formats.