|Ht / Wt:||6'1" / 250 lb.|
|Born:||April 23, 1989|
|Drafted:||2011 / UDFA|
Bellore (hamstring) signed a deal with the Seahawks on Thursday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Bellore successfully carried the ball for the first time in his NFL career during his 2020 campaign with the team and caught his solo target for nine yards. Primarily working on special teams, the 31-year-old will return to his fullback role for his third consecutive season with Seattle
Bellore suffered a hamstring injury during Saturday's wild-card game against the Rams, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: The 31-year-old exited during the second half with the injury. Bellore has played most of his snaps on special teams this season, so Seattle's offense is unlikely to be affected while he's sidelined.
Bellore re-signed with the Seahawks on Monday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Analysis: Bellore was cut Saturday but is back with the team and ready for his 10th NFL season. The fullback logged just 29 offensive snaps last season and mainly worked on special teams.
The Seahawks released Bellore on Saturday, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: This may just be temporary, as the team released Bellore on cut-down day last season before re-signing him the next day. However, it seems likely that this is a permanent cut since the Seahawks plan to roster four tight ends, and Jacob Hollister can serve as a fullback in a pinch.
Bellore recorded two receptions for 23 yards over 14 games in the 2019 season.
Analysis: Bellore played just 29 offensive snaps compared to 266 on special teams, which is typical since he converted to fullback from linebacker. He'll turn 31 years old in May, and he's under contract for the 2020 season.
Bellore caught a three-yard touchdown pass in Sunday's 27-13 loss to the Cardinals.
Analysis: The converted linebacker was only targeted once before this contest, but he made his presence known with the Seahawks' only touchdown Sunday. Bellore mainly contributes on special teams and should continue that role in the season finale against the 49ers.
Bellore practiced fully Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Analysis: Bellore missed Seattle's previous two games but appears ready to return after logging a full practice Thursday. The 30-year-old fullback is primarily used as a blocker out of the backfield and offers very little from a fantasy standpoint.
Bellore (quadriceps) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Rams.
Analysis: The Seahawks will play without a fullback in this contest, so they may draw a tight end into the backfield to serve as the lead blocker in specific situations. This is the second straight game Bellore will miss.
Bellore (quadriceps) is listed as doubtful for Sunday night's game against the Rams, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports.
Analysis: Bellore was estimated to have been a non-participant in Wednesday's and Thursday's respective practices, which were walk-throughs. It looks like the 30-year-old is ticketed for a second-straight absence.
Bellore (quadriceps) is officially inactive for Monday's clash with the Vikings.
Analysis: Bellore came into the game with a doubtful tag, so his absence from the lineup isn't quite surprising. The Central Michigan product has only touched the ball once this year, so his absence likely won't affect the fantasy realm.
Bellore (quadriceps) is officially doubtful for Monday's game against Minnesota, Seahawks digital media reporter John Boyle reports.
Analysis: Bellore hasn't played more than five snaps in a game this season and has touched the ball only once, so his expected absence will go unnoticed in the fantasy realm. The fullback originally picked up the injury against the Eagles in Week 12.
Bellore (quadriceps) didn't practice Wednesday, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Bellore suffered a quadriceps injury during this past Sunday's win over the Eagles, and a DNP for the first official practice of the week is an unfavorable sign. The team won't practice Thursday, so we'll have to wait until Friday for another update on his status for Monday's clash against the Vikings. If Bellore's unable to go, the Seahawks could be without a fullback since they don't have a replacement on the practice squad.
Coach Pete Carroll said Monday that Bellore is dealing with a quadriceps strain, Michael-Shawn Dugar of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: The injury was suffered in Sunday's win over the Eagles, and Carroll re-iterated that the strain isn't as bad as the team initially thought. Bellore's status is uncertain at best for Monday night's game against Minnesota, so expect his practice availability later in the week to shed light on his recovery. He's currently the only healthy fullback on the roster for the Seahawks.
Bellore signed a contract with the Seahawks on Monday, Gregg Bell of The News Tribune reports.
Analysis: After releasing Bellore on Saturday, Seattle re-signed the 30-year-old to be the only fullback on the roster heading into Sunday's season opener against Cincinnati. Bell notes that the plan seemingly all along was to release Bellore, use his spot on the roster to move other pieces around and then re-sign the veteran shortly thereafter. Since entering the league in 2011, Bellore has appeared in 121 games for three teams -- the Jets, 49ers and Lions -- and has operated primarily on special teams.
Bellore signed a contract with the Seahawks on Thursday, Brady Henderson of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Bellore visited last month but is now putting pen to paper, presumably after not finding a better offer on the open market. It's not clear if Seattle envisions him as an offensive weapon or more of a special-teams guy, but Bellore nonetheless steps in as the only true fullback on the roster, which could prove useful in landing a roster spot ahead of Week 1.
Bellore secured his only target for eight yards during Sunday's victory over the Packers.
Analysis: The Lions moved Bellore to fullback last spring once presumed starter Nick Bawden (knee) tore his ACL, and the results were mostly positive for how much playing time (7.4 offensive snaps per game) Bellore actually saw. However, the longtime linebacker never came close to popping on the fantasy radar and will now finish the 2018 campaign with zero yards on his lone rushing attempt and seven yards on his three receptions. Bellore will become an unrestricted free agent in March.
Bellore (ankle) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Vikings.
Analysis: Bellore began the week as a limited practice participant but practiced fully Friday to avoid the questionable tag. The 29-year-old has one rushing attempt on the season and should serve his usual role as a blocker versus Minnesota.
Bellore (ankle) was limited at practice Thursday.
Analysis: Bellore missed two of the last three games due to his ankle injury, exiting early in the one game he tried to play through the injury. His limited practice suggests he has a chance to return to action in Sunday's tilt against the Vikings. He hasn't seen more than 17 offensive snaps all season and carries almost no fantasy value, even if he does see the field Sunday.
Bellore (ankle) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bills.
Analysis: Bellore left last week's contest against the Cardinals prematurely after suffering a setback to his ankle injury, which will ultimately keep him sidelined Sunday. The Lions' backfield will be without both their fullback and rookie Kerryon Johnson (knee).
Bellore (ankle) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Cardinals, Justin Rogers of The Detroit News reports.
Analysis: Bellore came into Sunday's game with an ankle injury, but was deemed healthy enough to suit up. It's unclear whether Bellore aggravated a previous injury, or sustained a new one. In any scenario, the Lions don't have a healthy full back on the roster with Bellore out.
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