6'0'' / 240 lbs
Brooks recorded nine tackles (five solo), including a half-sack, in Sunday's 37-27 win over the Panthers.
Brooks once again paced the team's linebackers in tackles while also being involved in his first quarterback takedown. The 25-year-old is now up to 32 tackles over the first three games this year.
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Brooks registered 11 tackles (six solo) against Detroit in Sunday's Week 2 overtime victory.
Brooks finished second on Seattle with his 11 stops, trailing only Julian Love's 13. The former increased his time on the field Week 2, playing on 88 percent of the Seahawks' defensive snaps after logging 64 percent against the Rams in Week 1. Brooks appears well on his way to a third straight campaign of elite tackle production with 23 through two weeks.
Brooks registered 12 tackles (four solo) in Sunday's 30-13 loss to the Rams.
Nine of Brooks' 12 tackles came in the second half of Sunday's game as the Rams shifted to a run-focused offense with the lead in hand. His tackling numbers -- second only to Bobby Wagner's 19 -- is impressive given that he was on the field for just 64 percent of the defensive snaps. Brooks was cleared from the team's injury report Wednesday after fully recovering from a torn ACL injury he sustained in Week 17 of the 2022 season. He'll continue to anchor Seattle's defense alongside Wagner as they hit the road for Week 2 against the Lions.
Brooks (knee) was taken off of Seattle's injury report Wednesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.
Brooks is expected to play in the team's Week 1 matchup against the Rams despite having torn his ACL late last season. The 2020 first-round pick will start alongside Bobby Wagner and help serve as an anchor of Seattle's defense.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Saturday that he would be shocked if Brooks (knee) does not play in the regular season opener, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.
Brooks returned to practice Tuesday after recovering from a torn ACL suffered in Week 17 last season. The 2020 first-round pick has finished among the league's top-six leading tacklers each of the past two seasons, totaling 345 stops over this span. Brooks' availability Week 1 would represent a significant boost for Seattle's defense, which also re-signed six-time All-Pro Bobby Wagner this offseason.
Brooks (knee-ACL) was back at practice Tuesday and the Seahawks are hopeful he will be ready for Week 1, Curtis Crabtree of Fox 13 Seattle reports.
Brooks tore his ACL in Week 17 of last season, so a return for Week 1 would be quite the recovery. He passed his physical last week to get removed from the active/PUP list, so his return to practice is another step in the right direction. The linebacker has accumulated 345 tackles across 33 games in the previous two seasons.
Brooks (knee) passed a physical Tuesday, and the Seahawks activated him from the active/PUP list, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.
Brooks tore his right ACL in Week 17 of last season, spurring January surgery to repair the knee. Coach Pete Carroll expressed optimism in April that Brooks would be able to practice at some point during training camp, and that has come to pass. Tuesday's move doesn't necessarily mean Brooks will be ready to go by Week 1, but the inside linebacker now can participate in walkthroughs while increasing his activity level. Once he's healthy, he'll be a coveted IDP after racking up 345 tackles in 33 games over the last two campaigns.
Brooks (knee) has been placed on the Seahawks PUP list Wednesday, John Boyle of the team's official site reports.
Brooks was leading the NFL in tackles (161) at the time of his ACL tear in Week 17 of the 2022 season and he's still on the road to recovery. The 2020 first-round pick has been a great signal caller for Seattle's defense since being drafted, and he'll get some help with the return of Seahawks legend Bobby Wagner this coming year. Head coach Pete Carroll expressed that he's hopeful Brooks will be ready by Week 1.
Brooks (knee) posted a video of himself running drills on the field, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Brooks suffered a torn ACL in Week 17, which currently leaves his status for the start of training camp and possibly the beginning of the season in question. However, the 25-year-old appears to be moving well in the video, which could be a sign that he is ahead of schedule.