One NFL hopeful is under the impression that ditching the NFL Combine is how he’ll land a spot on the Seattle Seahawks roster.
Speaking at the 2014 NFL Combine, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll talked about the style of play college football has generated.
According to multiple reports, the Seattle Seahawks will release wide receiver Sidney Rice.
Yes, it’s a baseball uniform, but seeing Russell Wilson in anything but a Seahawks uniform is a little eerie, right?
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch expects to see his driving under the influence trial in California come to an end on Friday when he pleads guilty a lesser charge of reckless driving.
Last year Hauschka earned a base salary of $715,000, and looking at recent contracts from other kickers has a chance to bump that up to $3.5 million next year. Dan Bailey of the Dallas Cowboys signed a $22.5 million contract, with a little over $3.2 million annually. Oakland is paying Sabastian Janikowski $3.775 million a year, with 8 million of his multi-year contract guaranteed.
New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham says part of the reason for the “Legion of Boom’s” greatness is because the players are taught to ignore the passing interference rule.
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett said last week that he loves his team, loves his teammates and enjoys playing for Pete Carroll, but that doesn’t mean the unrestricted free agent will be taking any discounts to stay in Seattle.
The Seattle Seahawks have signed three players to futures contracts, including former New York Giants tight end Travis Beckum.
Brain Kalchik of Rant Sports has put together a list of five underrated free agents Seattle should target ahead of the 2014 season. “Underrated” being a key component to this list because of head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider’s uncanny ability to find gems where most NFL scouts would not — and for a great value.
18 of the Seattle Seahawks’ restricted and unrestricted free agents for next season.
Truly a magical day inside CenturyLink Field — the 12th Man was in full force and loud as ever.
Scenes from the victory celebration at Super Bowl XLVIII.
Scenes from the fourth quarter of Super Bowl XLVIII.
Scenes from the third quarter of Super Bowl XLVIII.
Scenes from the second quarter of Super Bowl XLVIII.