Chris Carson said he and Rashaad Penny "can be one of the top rushing duos in the league."
The caveat, as Carson said in a recent interview, was whether the backs can stay healthy through an entire season. “We both bring different things to the game, different attributes, but we complement each other so well," Carson said. "I just feel like his limit is ridiculous once [Penny] starts getting his feet wet in the game. I think it’ll be something special.” Penny was among the Seahawks who coaxed Carson to return to Seattle after brief flirtations with other teams during free agency. Carson in March signed a two-year deal with the Seahawks; he'll resume his duties as the team's presumed starter in 2021. Penny, now 25, was Seattle's first round draft pick in 2018 and has since been plagued by injuries, including a horrific 2019 knee injury. A healthy Penny profiles as a third-down back who could sap some of Carson's fantasy appeal in 2021. Meanwhile, Carson, 26, has missed 21 games over his four year career. Though he isn't a lock to take on three-down duties should Carson miss time this season, Penny looks to be a reasonable target for Zero RB adherents. Yesterday 9:16 am (EST)
- Seahawks re-signed Chris Carson to a two-year, $14.6 million contract.
- NFL Network's Michael Giardi reports the Patriots have had conversations with free agent RBs Chris Carson and Leonard Fournette.
- NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reports the Seahawks will not franchise tag RB Chris Carson, making him a free agent. All Chris Carson News
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