Gastineau: Seahawks Seek Elusive Offensive Line StabilityIn a position group that relies on consistency and stability, Seattle has sent 21 different men out to start a game on the offensive line since their win over the Broncos in Super Bowl 48.
Another Sluggish Seahawks Opener Brings Up Old QuestionsSunday's loss to the Packers revived all the concerns about the offensive line that Seattle had tried to downplay.
More Uncertainty on Seahawks O-line as Season ApproachesIt wouldn't be the preseason without uncertainty about how the Seattle Seahawks offensive line will look come Week 1.
Seahawks Agree on Contract Extension With C Justin BrittBritt has helped stabilize Seattle's often changing line. He started his career at right tackle, moved to left guard and last year settled at center, where he flourished.
Seahawks' Offseason Priorities Begin With Offensive Line"I don't think we've nailed it yet," Carroll said. "I think this needs to be a really competitive spot again"
Seattle's Offensive Line Inconsistent Through 4 WeeksThere was no question before the regular season began that the Seattle Seahawks' weakness was going to be on the offensive line.
Seattle Moving Closer To Settling On Offensive Line StartersThe constant shuffling along the Seattle Seahawks' offensive line could be coming to an end.
Washington Offensive Lineman Dexter Charles RetiresWashington offensive lineman Dexter Charles has retired due to a lingering knee injury, a significant blow to an already thin offensive line.
Lynch Practices, Right Tackle Battle Wide Open Marshawn Lynch returned to practice for the first time since reporting to training camp late last week, but who will block for him at right tackle this season remains in question
Seattle Signs NFLPA President Eric Winston Seattle waived/injured wide receiver Taylor Price and cut offensive lineman Bronson Irwin and cornerback Chandler Fenner to clear the roster spots
Seahawks Announce Coaching Changes For 2014 SeasonThe Seattle Seahawks announced a few new coaching changes Friday afternoon
Seahawks Rookie Michael Bowie Becomes Starter In PlayoffsMoving Michael Bowie into the starting lineup was a surprise decision going into Seattle's NFC divisional playoff game against New Orleans on Saturday. He played every snap as part of an offensive line that led the Seahawks to a 23-15 victory in their best game running the football since Week 10 thanks to 140 yards rushing from Marshawn Lynch.