Walter Jones is the Greatest Seahawks Draft Pick of All TimeSeattle used their No. 6 overall pick in the 1997 NFL Draft to select one of the most dominant Seahawks at his position of all time: Walter Jones.
Raiders Agree To Deal With Marshawn LynchThe Oakland Raiders have agreed to a two-year contract to bring running back Marshawn Lynch out of retirement.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 2: Richard ShermanWith his colorful personality on and off the field, Sherman has become a household name and synonymous with the Seahawks recent success.
Building the Next Phase of the Seahawks Begins With DraftWhat Seattle needs is to rediscover the draft success from the early Schneider-Carroll years. The Seahawks need a draft more like 2012 when they landed five eventual starters including Wilson and Wagner, and fewer like 2013.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 3: Shaun AlexanderShaun Alexander was a huge part of Seattle's five-straight post seasons from 2003 to 2007, with over 1,500 carries and 6,600 yards rushing.
Seahawks GM Downplays Chances of Richard Sherman TradeSeattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider said Monday that a trade involving star cornerback Richard Sherman is unlikely and that any offer at this point would have to go beyond anything the team has heard so far.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 4: Kenny EasleyLong before strong safety Kam Chancellor acted as the Seahawks hard-hitting “enforcer”, another player held the title: Kenny Easley.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 5: Cortez KennedyKennedy is considered one of the best defensive tackles to ever play the position in the league
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 6: Earl ThomasThomas, one of Pete Carroll's first picks for the Seahawks, has been widely regard as one of the best safeties in the league going into his seventh season.
Seahawks 2017 Schedule ReleasedThe Seahawks will open the season with a tough test on the road against the Green Bay Packers
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 7: Michael SinclairIn his ten seasons with the Seahawks, Sinclair appeared in 148 games, recorded 73.5 sacks, 25 forced fumbles and proved to be a draft bargain for the Seahawks.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 8: Kam ChancellorSeahawks selected Virginia Tech safety Kam Chancellor in the fifth round – filling out what would become one of the league's most dominating defensive backfields: The Legion of Boom.