Earl Thomas Feeling Good AgainThomas said Seattle's secondary and the Seahawks' defense as a whole is miles ahead of where it was a year ago at this time.
Russell Wilson 3rd On List Of Top Selling Players
The Good (And The Bad) Of Seattle's 27-23 Loss To CarolinaThe loss marked the third time this season Seattle has blown a fourth quarter lead
Report: Seahawks Preparing For Worst With Chancellor HoldoutMore bad news on the Kam Chancellor front
Earl Thomas Off PUP ListSeattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas has passed his most recent physical and has been removed from the team's physically unable to perform (PUP) list.
Minus All-Pro safeties, Seattle giving Terrell, Shead a shotFor the start of training camp, those All-Pro names have been replaced by Steven Terrell and DeShawn Shead
Thomas On PUP List To Start Seahawks CampSeattle Seahawks All-Pro free safety Earl Thomas is starting training camp on the physically unable to perform list.
Seahawks' Earl Thomas May Miss Season OpenerSeattle Seahawks free safety Earl Thomas is making progress in his recovery from offseason surgery, but his status for the team's opener against the St. Louis Rams remains uncertain.
Seahawks' 2010 Draft Class Rated Best Of DecadeThe Seattle Seahawks 2010 draft class took the top spot in NFL.com's list of the best draft classes of the last decade.
Seahawks Safety Earl Thomas Has Shoulder SurgeryThe expected recovery time for the procedure is six to eight months.
Jeremy Lane Will Have Knee Surgery, Likely Miss Part Of 2015 SeasonSeahawks general manager John Schneider said that Lane, 24, would need knee surgery this offseason
Torn Labrum Forcing Earl Thomas To Have SurgeryAll-Pro free safety Earl Thomas has a torn labrum in his left shoulder and is scheduled for surgery.