Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Seahawks' picks: Round 2/62 - Christine Michael, RB, 5-10, 220, Texas A&M ...The Seahawks traded back six spots from No. 56 to 62 with the Ravens, and still got their top-rated prospect on the board. Replaces Leon Washington as team's change-of-pace back. QUOTE TO NOTE: "He's a really explosive back. I mean one cut, downhill, runs through arm tackles, really good balance on contact. He's just an explosive NFL back that has a lot of talent, and it jumps off the tape." -- Seahawks southwest area scout Matt Berry on Seattle's second-round draft pick, Texas A&M running back Christine Michael. - The Sports Xchange
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01/20/16 - RB Christine Michael seems to have earned another chance as a backup after his return to the Seahawks.
12/17/15 - RB Christine Michael, who had his practice-squad contract terminated by the Redskins Tuesday, was signed by the Seahawks Wednesday (Dec. 16).
12/16/15 - RB Christine Michael had his practice-squad contract terminated by the Redskins Tuesday (Dec. 15).
11/19/15 - RB Christine Michael, who as placed on waivers by the Cowboys Tuesday, was signed by the Redskins to their practice squad Thursday (Nov. 19).
11/18/15 - RB Christine Michael was placed on waivers by the Cowboys Tuesday (Nov. 17).
10/20/15 - RB Christine Michael has only two carries and has been active for just two games since being acquired in a trade with the Seattle Sept. 6. But with the running game and offense struggling in the midst of a three-game losing streak, the Cowboys are hoping Michael can provide a spark. Joseph Randle will remain the starter, but Michael will get a bigger load when the Cowboys return to action Oct. 25 against the New York Giants after this week's bye.
The Cowboys rank 19th in the NFL in rushing, averaging 106.2 yards per game. Last year, they ranked second in the league, rushing for 147.1 yards per game.
"I think we're going to give him an opportunity to go out and do some more snaps," running backs coach Gary Brown said. "I think he's earned it. He's worked hard, he's been everything we've expected off the field, and he's a student of the game. I think he's where he needs to be, and we want to take the reins off him and let him rock. We're looking forward to seeing him play."
09/09/15 - RB Christine Michael, acquired in a trade with the Seahawks on Sunday, is still getting up to speed on the playbook and may be inactive for the season opener against the Giants.
09/07/15 - The trade involving RB Christine Michael is confrimed as a conditional seventh-round pick in the 2016 draft.
09/06/15 - RB Christine Michael was acquied by Dallas from Seattle, reportedly for a conditional seventh-round draft pick.
Michael will be expected to provide depth behind Darren McFadden, Joseph Randle and Lance Dunbar in the Cowboys' backfield.
The Seahawks had high expectations for Michael as a second-round pick out of Texas A&M in 2013, but he failed to develop as the front office had expected and Seattle signed veteran Fred Jackson to serve as Marshawn Lynch's primary backup.
Michael, 24, survived Saturday's roster cuts as Robert Turbin was placed on injured reserve, but the Seahawks were impressed with rookie Thomas Rawls during the preseason (21 carries for 127 yards and one touchdown)
Touted for his combination of size and speed, Michael (5-feet-10, 221 pounds) has flashed during the preseason but has logged only 52 carries for 254 yards (4.9-yard average) and one touchdown through his first two seasons.
09/29/14 - TB Christine Michael has recovered from a hamstring issue that helped hold him out of the first three games. Now it's just finding a way onto the active roster on gameday. "Yes, he's ready to go,'' Carroll said. "He has been for a week now. It's good to get him back more than just for some time. We got to get accustomed to him being out here and getting him the reps.
"It's hard to get on the roster right now for guys, we're in pretty good health; we're fortunate for that but he's really ready to get going and wants to play badly as you can imagine. So we'll see what happens.''