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- Seattle Continues to Add Depth Signing Pair of Linebackers The Seattle Seahawks continue to stockpile linebackers, bringing back Dewey McDonald and signing free agent Terence Garvin. The signings were listed on the NFL transaction report Monday.
- NFL Owners Approve Raiders' Move To Vegas NFL owners approved the Raiders' move to Las Vegas 31-1 at the league meetings Monday. Miami was the lone dissenter.
- Seattle Signs DB Bradley McDougald, K John Lunsford Seattle announced the signing of McDougald and kicker John Lunsford on Wednesday night. McDougald spent the past four seasons with Tampa Bay. He started 31 of 32 games played the past two seasons, primarily at free safety. Lunsford was waived by...
- REPORT: Seahawks Agree To 1-Year Deal With S Bradley McDougald McDougald, 26, adds depth to Seattle's defensive backfield
- Seahawks Sign Running Back Eddie Lacy The Seahawks and Lacy agreed to terms on a one-year deal Tuesday
- AP Source: Adrian Peterson Visited Seahawks Sunday Peterson was at Seahawks headquarters on Sunday, according to a person with knowledge of the situation who spoke to The Associated Press
- Washington's Sidney Jones Injures Left Leg in Workouts Sidney Jones, a potential first-round draft pick, injured his left leg during defensive back drills in pro day workouts at the University of Washington on Saturday.
- Report: Seahawks Sign Former Jaguars OL Joeckel To a One-Year Deal Joeckel, 25, has played for the majority of his career in the NFL at left tackle. However, he has played at both tackle positions as well as left guard during his 39 games in the pros, making him a versatile pickup for Seattle.
- Former Seahawks Kicker Hauschka Signs With Bills Veteran kicker Steven Hauschka is leaving Seattle to join the Buffalo Bills. The unrestricted free agent is heading to the east coast as part of the NFL free agency period, which opened at 1pm Thursday afternoon.
- Seattle Doesn't Tender CB DeShawn Shead After Knee Injury Cornerback DeShawn Shead and backup linebacker Brock Coyle will not receive qualifying offers from the Seattle Seahawks, meaning both players will become unrestricted free agents when the new league year begins later this week.