After a seven-month contract dispute, the New York Jets agreed to trade All-Pro safety Jamal Adams to the Seattle Seahawks for a package that includes first-round draft picks in each of the next two years.
Marshawn Lynch is back in the NFL and back on the Seahawks. Pete Carroll said Beast Mode is in shape but has some ground to cover before returning in Sunday's showdown with the 49ers.
It'll likely come down to Tyler Lockett, one particular rookie, and play-calling
In its list of the top 50 NFL players entering the 2019 season, Pro Football Focus ranked the All-Pro middle linebacker at No. 3 - trailing just Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald and Patriots quarterback Tom Brady, respectively.
According to theScore.com, The Seattle Seahawks are traveling the fourth-furthest distance in the NFL this year, notably behind the perennial champion Oakland Raiders. On the other coast, all three teams from the Empire State have less than 10,000 miles to go this season.
Even after using a late first-round pick on defensive end L.J. Collier, the Seahawks needed additional help on the edge considering they shipped their best pass rusher, Frank Clark, to Kansas City in a blockbuster offseason trade. So it should come as no real surprise to hear the Seahawks have landed the best unsigned edge rusher as phase two of free agency kicks off this week.
The Seahawks on Tuesday agreed to trade Frank Clark to Kansas City in exchange for a first-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, a 2020 second-round pick and a swap of third-round picks in 2019, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported.
Pete Carroll, the NFL's oldest head coach at 67, has been signed to an extension through the 2021 season. He has an 97-59-1 record with the Seahawks, including playoffs.
Six-time Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall, who ranks 16th all time in receptions, was released by the Seahawks.
Doug Baldwin's knee injury is expected to sideline him for most, if not all, of the preseason, sources told ESPN.
Colin Kaepernick hasn’t played in an NFL game since the 2016 season. This week, he was set to work out with the Seattle Seahawks, but it was then “postponed” when he declined to stop kneeling during the national anthem, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. A source familiar with the situation confirmed that and told SB Nation:
The Seattle Seahawks offseason makeover might leave a big hole in the Legion of Boom. NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Richard Sherman doesn't plan to be with the Seahawks in 2018. Sherman told teammates goodbye over the past 24 hours and he won't be with the team this season, according to sources. Rapoport added nothing is set in stone, according to those close to him, and there has been no official announcement.
It's possible the Seahawks' famed Legion of Boom secondary has played its last snaps together. With age, injuries and contractual dynamics imperiling one of the NFL's most iconic defensive units, it's time to assess past, present and future.
Cornerback Richard Sherman had high praise for rookie quarterback Deshaun Watson after the Seattle Seahawks outlasted the Houston Texans 41-38 in an epic shootout Sunday. Sherman shared a long embrace with Watson after the game and told the Texans' budding star how much he respected him. He shared his message to Watson with The MMQB.com in a telephone interview Sunday night.
Seattle Seahawks kicker Blair Walsh said his gestures towards the Minnesota Vikings' sideline Friday night were the result of his ex-teammates taunting him. "I felt like it was nothing that was serious or meant to be hurtful, but I wanted to let them know that it just wasn't going to roll off," Walsh said. "I didn't say anything though. Just looked at them."
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Thursday that his relationship with Richard Sherman is "as good as it's ever been" and there's no longer serious thought to trading the cornerback this offseason. "Everybody on our team is available to somebody that wants to come get them if they want to trade for them," Carroll said on the "Brock and Salk" show on 710 ESPN Seattle.
Eddie Lacy has agreed to a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks, who are OK with the hefty running back playing at a slightly higher weight than he did with the Green Bay Packers. A source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter that the deal is worth $5.55 million, with $3 million fully guaranteed.
The Seattle Seahawks are heading back to the playoffs after claiming their third division crown in four seasons with a victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday night.
Whenever the Seahawks need a charge, Kam Chancellor steps up to deliver. This is the story of how the once-reticent safety found his voice -- and then nearly lost it.
Seattle has routinely overcome OL issues in recent seasons, but that’s now a bigger challenge than ever.