Seahawks Take Mike Tyson in the Sixth RoundThe Seahawks used their 187th overall pick on Saturday in the sixth round of the NFL Draft to take Mike Tyson out of the University of Cincinnati.
2017 NFL Draft Live Blog: Seahawks EditionThe 2017 NFL Draft has arrived! Stay tuned for Seattle Seahawk updates and insights from Round 1 of the draft.
Seahawks 2017 NFL Draft PreviewThe 2017 NFL Draft has arrived and over the next 72 hours, hundreds of college stars will patiently wait to see if there name is called. For the Seattle Seahawks, however, patience is beginning to run thin.
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.
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. 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 Decline to Match 49ers Offer to OL Garry GilliamThe Seahawks had the right to match Gilliam's $2.2 million contract for 2017, but instead allowed him to join an NFC West rival on Tuesday.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 11: Steve HutchinsonAn All-American guard out of the University of Michigan, Hutchinson slid in at left guard next to future Hall of Famer Walter Jones and helped solidify the Seahawks offensive lines as one of the most dominant units of the 2000s.
Greatest Seahawks Draft Picks, No. 12: Joey GallowayTaken with Seattle's first pick in 1995 out of Ohio State, Galloway burst on to the scene and set a franchise rookie record for most receptions (67) and yards (1,067).
Marshawn Lynch Begins Reinstatement Process; Could End Up With Richard ShermanIt's too early to tell what will happen, but this is NOT what Seahawks fans wanted to hear.