Seahawks depth at running back
Travis Homer will enter the third year of his four-year rookie deal in 2021. Having tallied a pretty modest 358 scrimmage yards in 25 games to date, Homer needs to show significantly improved production in the next two seasons if he wants to get any sort of decent contract beyond that.
If he does not then he could either be retained on a season-by-season basis at a low price or allowed to leave.
DeeJay Dallas produced only 219 scrimmage yards in his rookie campaign and like Homer, Dallas will need to improve on that during the final three seasons in order to secure his future with the Seahawks.
Alex Collins is in his contract year in his second stint with the Seahawks. A stint that has been a flop compared to his time with the Ravens. Although he has fewer NFL miles on the clock than Carson, he is the same age.
Firstly, he has to make the roster for 2021 and then outperform some of those previously mentioned to have any hope of a new deal at the end of the season.
In summary, all five of the current Seahawks RBs could or should be moved on from within three seasons. This is the right thing to do as indicated by the overall traits, so we should expect plenty of new faces at RB in the next two to three seasons in Seattle.
It is easy to say I like this player or I think he could have more to offer, but the NFL is an ultra-competitive environment that has no room for speculative ifs and buts. So making the tough fact-based decisions are what separates the best from the rest.