Big hits and big catches highlighted the final open practice of the Seahawks 2013 training camp. Safety Kam Chancellor set the tone for the session by thumping running back Robert Turbin, who wanted to extend […]
When it comes the depth of the defensive line, Seattle’s pack is unique.
The Seahawks undoubtedly made the most noise this offseason with a handful of free agent signings and a couple of gutsy trades. The team went from surprise playoff team (in January) to Super Bowl contender (now) — and Todd Pheifer of the Bleacher Report has broken down which moves are going to catch everyone off guard.
The hype is getting a little too hard to ignore. The Bleacher Report’s Aaron Nagler says the Seahawks’ pass-rushing unit will have no problem whatsoever getting to the quarterback in 2013.
Bill Swartz previews the Seahawks’ linebacking corps for the 2013 season.
The Seattle Seahawks have likely lost defensive lineman Greg Scruggs for the 2013 season after he tore his anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.
By no means is it an accomplishment to brag about at the bar with your buds, but for the analyst types, the Seahawks are the biggest winners of the 2013 offseason.
After snagging Cliff Avril, Seattle has agreed to give defensive end Michael Bennett a one-year, $5 million contract, according to NFL.com. The contract becomes official once Bennett passes a physical. ProFootballTalk.com first reported the deal.
Free agent defensive end Cliff Avril and the Seattle Seahawks reached agreement on a contract Wednesday that addresses one of Seattle’s big offseason desires to improve the pass rush along the defensive line.
Just a day after trading for Pro Bowl receiver Percy Harvin, the Seahawks made a big splash in the free agent market.