College: Oregon | 9 years
Height: 6'4" | Weight: 250 lbs
Birth Date: 7/25/1987
2018 Bye Week: 7
Non-Football Injury - NFI List
Total Pts: 0
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 109 TE
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Seattle Seahawks tight end Ed Dickson (quadriceps) said that he's ready for Week 1 against the Broncos. It looks like he'll come off the Non-Football Injury list ahead of the season opener, but he'll likely be behind Nick Vannett as the main pass-catching tight end if he's active. Dickson can be ignored for fantasy purposes.
Seattle Seahawks QB Austin Davis (undisclosed), OT Jamarco Jones (ankle) and LB Erik Walden (hip) were placed on the Reserve/Injured list Saturday, Sept. 1. TE Ed Dickson (groin, quadriceps) was placed on the Reserve/Non-Football Injury list.
Seattle Seahawks tight end Ed Dickson (quadriceps) is likely to be placed on the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list to start the regular season. He was unable to practice or play during the entire preseason due to quadriceps and groin injuries, according to head coach Pete Carroll. It's also possible Dickson begins on the Reserve/Injured Designated To Return list. Either way, Dickson is expected to be sidelined at least six games, so he isn't helping anyone's fantasy roster. He was inked to help fill the void left by Jimmy Graham, but for now it will be Nick Vannett starting at tight end with rookie Will Dissly as the primary blocking tight end.
Seattle Seahawks tight end Ed Dickson (groin), who remains on the Non-Football Injury list with a strained groin, aggravated something else that has caused his slow return. Head coach Pete Carroll said Dickson was expected to work out Wednesday. The 31-year-old could become the main pass-catching tight end in his first year with Seattle, but he'll have to prove his health first. He had 30 catches for 437 yards and a score while seeing a lot of playing time in Carolina with Greg Olsen injured in 2017. Dickson can be ignored for fantasy purposes for now.
Seattle Seahawks TE Ed Dickson (groin, quadriceps) has a good chance of beginning the regular season on the Non-Football injury list, according to ESPN.com's Brady Henderson. That would keep Dickson sidelined for at least six games.
Seattle Seahawks tight end Ed Dickson (groin, quadriceps) missed practice again on Monday and he still hasn't been able to hit the field due to groin and quadriceps issues. Head coach Pete Carroll is still uncertain when Dickson will be able to rejoin the team. He was signed to a three-year deal during the offseason to help fill the void when Jimmy Graham left for the Green Bay Packers. Nick Vannett has been operating as the No. 1 tight end while TEs Will Dissly and Kyle Carter have been taking reps as the No. 2, with Tyrone Swoopes also challenging for a spot. Avoid Dickson in all fantasy leagues until he can return and prove his health. Even then, he has been more of a blocker than a pass catcher in his career.
Seattle Seahawks TE Ed Dickson (quadriceps) has yet to practice during training camp due to a quadriceps injury, and head coach Pete Carroll said 'it's still a bit' before Dickson will be back on the practice field.
Seattle Seahawks TE Ed Dickson (groin) was placed on the Active/Non-Football Injury list Thursday, July 26, because of a groin injury he suffered a few weeks ago.
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll praised new tight end Ed Dickson's ability downfield as a pass catcher, even though Dickson has notoriously been known more for his blocking skills in his NFL career. "Ed is a good all-around blocker but he's a downfield catcher as well. He's a really good athlete. We've know him since he was a high school kid. Really fired up to get him to fit in. He's kind of been overshadowed with [Greg] Olsen there at the Panthers, but he's always been a productive football player and a really good all-around ballplayer," Carroll said. Dickson is entering his age-31 campaign and has never caught more than 54 passes in a season (his second year in 2011) or accumulated more than 528 yards or five touchdowns in a single year. While he's currently the team's best pass-catching weapon at tight end, Seattle could look to add help in the draft. Dickson could have games here and there where he produces decent numbers, but he shouldn't be looked at as anything more than a fantasy backup.