Seattle Seahawks RB Kenneth Walker III logged his first practice as a full participant since returning from injury.
Fantasy Impact: Walker returned to practice on Saturday after being out since July 27, but he only took part in solo drills and not team drills. On Thursday, though, he returned to team drills. Despite this progress, it would still be unlikely to see Walker participate in the Seahawks’ preseason contests so they can focus on getting him ramped up for the regular season. Walker ran for 1,050 yards and nine touchdowns on 4.6 yards per carry as a rookie, finishing second in the Offensive Rookie of the Year race. Despite the offseason addition of rookie RB Zach Charbonnet, Walker should still have a strong Year 2, though he may concede usage on third downs and obvious passing situations. He’s going on average as the half-PPR RB16.