College: Illinois | 3 years
Height: 6'2" | Weight: 202 lbs
Birth Date: 1/30/1996
2020 Bye Week: 11
Total Pts: 23
Avg Pts: 1.44
Rank: 114 WR
|Week 2||3||Malik Turner 54 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Malik Turner 54 receiving yds (2 pts)
|Week 3||1||Malik Turner 19 receiving yds (1 pts)|
|Week 7||2||Malik Turner 24 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Malik Turner 24 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 8||2||Malik Turner 21 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Malik Turner 21 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 10||2||Malik Turner 35 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Malik Turner 35 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 12||8||Malik Turner 1 receiving TD (6 pts)|
. . . Malik Turner 33 yd TD pass from Russell Wilson
Malik Turner 33 receiving yds (1 pts)
Malik Turner 33 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Playoff Week 1||1||Malik Turner 10 receiving yds (1 pts)|
|Playoff Week 2||2||Malik Turner 26 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Malik Turner 26 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Playoff Week 3||2||Malik Turner 23 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Malik Turner 23 receiving yds (1 pts)
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The Seattle Seahawks tendered restricted free-agent wide receiver Malik Turner on Tuesday, giving him the minimum salary of $750,000. Turner caught 15 passes for 245 yards and a touchdown in 15 games in his second NFL season. The 24-year-old has 17 catches for 265 yards and the one score after his first two seasons. He plays sparingly in a run-first offense and is behind the likes of Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf and David Moore on the current depth chart, so Turner has little to no fantasy value entering the 2020 season.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Malik Turner made it back to the field on Sunday night after missing last week's game with a concussion, but he didn't catch any passes. As it turns out, that was the big problem. With Seattle driving in the final minutes of the game, Russell Wilson winged a liner to Turner that would have been good for a first down. Unfortunately, even though the pass hit him square in the middle of the chest, Turner watched it bounce straight back and to the ground. The Seahawks would fail to gain the first down on that series, and that would end up being the last offensive series of their season. Turner never was able to separate himself from the pack during the season, so it's unclear if he'll have a future with the team next year.
Seattle Seahawks wide receivers Jaron Brown (knee) and Malik Turner (concussion) were taken off the final injury report for the Divisional Round against the Packers on Sunday. They'll both play after missing the wild-card game against the Eagles. It means that Brown and Turner will now rotate in with David Moore as the No. 3 wideout behind Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf. In this run-first offense, nobody outside of Lockett or Metcalf can be trusted in fantasy lineups. Seattle is expected to run the rock often as long as game script allows against a Green Bay rushing defense that is very vulnerable.
Seattle Seahawks wide receivers Jaron Brown (knee) and Malik Turner (concussion) both practiced in full on Thursday after being limited in practice on Wednesday. Both players should return to action in the Divisional Round on Sunday against the Seahawks, giving them more depth behind Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf and David Moore. In this run-first offense, however, neither Brown nor Turner are anything more than really deep DFS sleepers on the road in Green Bay.
Seattle Seahawks wide receivers Jaron Brown (knee) and Malik Turner (concussion) were both limited in practice on Wednesday. Both players have a chance to return for the Divisional Round against the Packers, barring a setback later this week. However, neither player is much of a fantasy option if they return, as they'll be behind Tyler Lockett, D.K. Metcalf and David Moore in the receiving pecking order in a run-first offense. Brown finished the 2019 season with only 16 receptions (28 targets) for 220 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games, while Turner had 15 catches for 245 yards and only one score in 15 contests.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Malik Turner (concussion) and left tackle Duane Brown (biceps, knee) have both been ruled out for the wild-card game against the Eagles on Sunday. With Turner out and Jaron Brown (knee, personal) also unlikely to play, it should be David Moore benefitting as the No. 3 behind Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf. Against a suspect Eagles secondary, Moore has some appeal as a deep DFS sleeper for the wild-card slate. Brown's absence on quarterback Russell Wilson's blind side is a downgrade for the signal-caller against a very strong Eagles defensive line. Linebacker Mychal Kendricks (knee) was also ruled out.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Malik Turner (concussion) and defensive end Jadeveon Clowney (abdomen) missed practice for the second straight day on Thursday. Also missing for the second straight day were left tackle Duane Brown (biceps, knee) and linebacker Mychal Kendricks (knee). The good news is strong safety Quandre Diggs practiced in full. Turner is week-to-week and unlikely to play. David Moore will be the No. 3 wideout behind Tyler Lockett and D.K. Metcalf and will have deep DFS sleeper appeal against Philly. Clowney must get in at least a limited practice on Friday if he hopes to play on Sunday. If he's out, Seattle's defense will be less attractive in DFS against the banged-up Eagles offense.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Malik Turner (concussion) has been ruled out for Week 17 against the 49ers. Turner has been a non-factor for fantasy owners in 2019 with just 15 receptions on 22 targets for 245 yards and one touchdown in his second season in the NFL. In this run-first offense, it's difficult enough for Tyler Lockett and rookie D.K Metcalf to maintain weekly fantasy value. Although Seattle could air the ball out more in Week 17 and in the postseason with Chris Carson, Rashaad Penny and C.J. Prosise all out for the year, their receivers remain boom-or-bust. David Moore and Jaron Brown could play more snaps as the No. 3 wideout with Turner sidelined in this huge divisional contest.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Malik Turner got to celebrate for the first time as he hauled in his first NFL touchdown during Sunday's win over the Eagles. Turner was the deep target on a flea flicker in the first half of Seattle's game, and he tracked a floating 38-yard toss from Russell Wilson perfectly. Making an over-the-shoulder basket catch just past a pair of Philadelphia defensive backs, Turner made a critical play in the team's win. Turner hasn't had much of an impact in his two years in the league so far, but he's one of those players that gets talked about a lot in the preseason. The team still has high hopes for the 23-year old, but for now, he's pretty buried in the depth chart.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Malik Turner had only been targeted twice since September coming into Monday night's game, but then Tyler Lockett suffered a severe leg contusion in the fourth quarter of the team's game against the 49ers. Of course, in football, when one man goes down, an opportunity opens for another. However, when Seattle received the ball to start overtime in their biggest game of the year, the first play didn't go to D.K. Metcalf, their star rookie, or Josh Gordon, their newly-acquired former stud. The first throw went to Turner, an undrafted free agent. When it was 3rd-and-16 and the game was on the line while Russell Wilson was running for his life, Turner's the jersey he saw and delivered a strike to. Turner then put on some fancy footwork to turn that pass that was a yard short into a 28-yard gain that put Seattle just outside SF's red zone. Turner's unlikely to play a big role after everyone gets a bye week to rest and recover, but if his number gets pulled, it looks like he's able to respond.