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Zach Miller | TE | Seattle Seahawks
Posted: 11/12/2014 4:03pm et
Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller (ankle) is going on Reserve/Injured and will miss the rest of the year.
Huddle Up: That will leave Luke Willson and Cooper Helfet on top of the Seattle TE depth chart, but the position remains an inconsistent part of the team's offense at best as that duo has combined for only 15 receptions for 226 yards and two scores this season, including a one-catch, 32-yard outing in Week 10.

Posted: 10/20/2014 9:16pm et
Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller (ankle) will not be able to play in Week 8.
Huddle Up: While Miller will miss a fourth straight game, backup Luke Willson could return following a one-game absence. In the meantime, Cooper Helfet flashed production with 3 catches for 61 yards and a TD on 6 targets in Sunday's loss to the Rams.

Posted: 9/29/2014 7:06pm et
Updating previous reports, Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller (ankle) is only expected to miss two games after he underwent ankle surgery last week.
Huddle Up: Miller had 6 receptions for 76 yards on 7 targets in the Seahawks' first 3 games, and Luke Willson figures to start in his absence. Temper any fantasy expectations, though, as the TE is typically not a major part of the Seattle offense.

Posted: 3/16/2014 3:50pm et
Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller has agreed to restructure his contract and will remain with the team for the next two seasons.
Huddle Up: Miller will be back for at least a fourth season in Seattle after averaging 32 catches, 339 yards and 3 TDs in his first 3 years. However, fellow TEs Luke Willson and Anthony McCoy will cut into his targets.

Posted: 2/3/2014 8:17pm et
The Seattle Seahawks may consider releasing TE Zach Miller this offseason unless he accepts a substantial pay cut. He is scheduled to make a $4.8 million base salary in 2014 and count $7 million against the salary cap. He is also scheduled to receive a $1 million roster bonus in March.
Huddle Up: The Seahawks will have to make some tough decisions in the offseason; in the salary cap era, you simply can't bring everyone back. Miller's price tag, coupled with the availability of Luke Willson, might push Miller down the priority list and lead to his release.