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May 4  |  Nick Patterson
The Seahawks waived five players Wednesday. They were:

RB Cameron Marshall
C Drew Nowak
TE Ronnie Shields
LB Josh Shirley
WR Tyler Slavin

The big name on this list is Nowak. It was just six months ago that Nowak was Seattle's starting center. Now he's on the waiver wire.

Nowak was a central part of Seattle grand offensive line experiment, as the Seahawks inserted the converted defensive tackle into the starting lineup to start...

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May 2  |  Nick Patterson
The Seahawks entered the draft with just one quarterback on their roster, starter Russell Wilson. Now they've reportedly secured three for next weekend's rookie minicamp.

Seattle added another quarterback to the mix Monday afternoon with the announcement the Seahawks have signed free agent Jake Heaps.



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May 2  |  Nick Patterson
Seahawks general manager John Schneider spoke to 710 AM radio Monday in the wake of the weekend's NFL draft. Here's the highlights of what he had to say:

- This was our first chance to get concrete information about the undrafted free agents Seattle signed immediately following the draft. Schneider said the Seahawks signed 13 undrafted free agents and that all13 received draftable grades from Seattle. He did not list all the signings, but did mention TCU quarterback...

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April 30  |  Nick Patterson
The third and final day of the NFL draft has arrived. Rounds 4-7 take place today, but the Seahawks done enter the fray until late in the fifth round.

Here's Seattle's remaining picks:

Fifth round, 147th overall (acquired from New England)
Fifth round, 171st overall
Sixth round, 215th overall
Seventh round, 225th overall (traded to New England)
Seventh round, 243rd overall (acquired from New England)
Seventh round, 247th...

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April 29  |  Nick Patterson
OK, here's a roundup of the rest of Day 2 of the draft, following a slew interviews that included Seahawks general manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll:

First a quick additional note on Jarran Reed, who I wrote a lot about earlier in the day. The most significant thing Schneider said was that when the Seahawks were picking at No. 31 in the...

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April 29  |  Nick Patterson
It's day 2 of the NFL draft. Rounds 2 and 3 take place Friday, beginning at 4 p.m. Teams have seven minutes to make selections.

The Seahawks will be significant players in today's action as they own four picks: one in the second round (56th overall) and three in the third round (90, 94, 97). That's good news for Seattle, considering Seahawks general manager John Schneider has said this is the strongest draft since he took over in 2010, and Seattle coach Pete Carroll...

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April 29  |  Nick Patterson
First, let's look at the aftermath of the Seahawks selecting Texas A&M tackle Germain Ifedi with the last pick of the first round of the NFL draft. The Seahawks' website did a survey of how various media outlets graded Seattle's pick. It's ridiculous to be handing out grades at this point as it is -- just look at

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April 28  |  Nick Patterson
The Seahawks have once again traded down in the first round of the NFL draft. But at least for now they'll still pick in the first round.

Seattle traded the 26th-overall selection to the Denver Broncos during Thursday's first round, in exchange for the 31st-overall pick and a third rounder (94th overall). Not a bad return for moving down five spots in the first round. The Seahawks now own three third rounders and five picks in the top 100.

The trade makes it...

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April 28  |  Nick Patterson
The NFL draft has arrived, and hope springs eternal for the fans of every NFL team.

The three day draft It begins at 5 p.m. Thursday night with Round 1. Rounds 2 and 3 are Friday beginning at 4 p.m. Rounds 4-7 are Saturday starting at 9 a.m. Teams are allowed 10 minutes to make selections in the first round, seven minutes in rounds 2 and 3, five minutes in rounds 4-6, and four minutes in round 7.

Here's a quick reminder of where the Seahawks stand heading into...

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April 27  |  Nick Patterson
So this came across late Wednesday morning:

Major breaking news. Sources say major shakeup at Mariners ownership with Howard Lincoln retiring. Not confirmed by team.

— Mike Salk, 710 ESPN (@TheMikeSalk) April 27, 2016

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April 27  |  Nick Patterson
This is the eighth part of an eight-part series examining each position in the NFL draft and what the Seattle Seahawks' needs are at those positions. The players listed are the top prospect in the draft at their position, with their college, height and weight provided:

KICKER

1. Roberto Aguayo, Florida State, 6-0, 207


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April 26  |  Nick Patterson
Seahawks' Schneider, Carroll coy heading into NFL draft The NFL draft takes place Thursday through Saturday, and Seahawks general manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll held their pre-draft press conference Tuesday afternoon. Unsurprisingly, the duo wasn't giving up much information. There were a lot of sly grins in response to questions, and at one point Carroll quipped, "We're not going to tell you a thing."

But here's a general overview of what Schneider and Carroll had to say:

- Schneider reiterated his...

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April 26  |  Nick Patterson
This is the seventh part of an eight-part series examining each position in the NFL draft and what the Seattle Seahawks' needs are at those positions. The players listed are the top prospects in the draft at their positions, with their college, height and weight provided:

CORNERBACKS

1. Vernon Hargreaves III, Florida, 5-10, 204

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April 25  |  Nick Patterson
This is the sixth part of an eight-part series examining each position in the NFL draft and what the Seattle Seahawks' needs are at those positions. The players listed are the top prospects in the draft at their positions, with their college, height and weight provided:

INSIDE LINEBACKERS

1. Reggie Ragland, Alabama, 6-1, 247
2.

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April 24  |  Nick Patterson
This is the fifth part of an eight-part series examining each position in the NFL draft and what the Seattle Seahawks' needs are at those positions. The players listed are the top prospects in the draft at their positions, with their college, height and weight provided:

DEFENSIVE TACKLES

1. DeForest Buckner, Oregon, 6-7, 291
2.

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April 23  |  Nick Patterson
This is the fourth part of an eight-part series examining each position in the NFL draft and what the Seattle Seahawks' needs are at those positions. The players listed are the top prospects in the draft at their positions, with their college, height and weight provided:

TACKLES
1. Laremy Tunsil, Mississippi, 6-5, 310
2. Ronnie...

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April 22  |  Nick Patterson Herald Writer
Seahawks draft primer part 3: Receivers, tight ends This is the third part of an eight-part series examining each position in the NFL draft and what the Seattle Seahawks' needs are at those positions. The players listed are the top prospects in the draft at their positions, with their college, height and weight provided:

WIDE RECEIVERS
1. Laquon Treadwell, Mississippi, 6-2, 221
2. Corey Coleman, Baylor, 5-11, 194
3. Josh Doctson, TCU, 6-2, 202
4. Will Fuller, Notre Dame, 6-0, 186

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April 22  |  Nick Patterson
The above is cited by many as the greatest Super Bowl halftime show of all time.

RIP



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April 21  |  Nick Patterson
Seahawks draft primer part 2: Running backs, fullbacks This is the second part of an eight-part series examining each position in the NFL draft and what the Seattle Seahawks' needs are at those positions. The players listed are the top prospects in the draft at their positions, with their college, height and weight provided:

RUNNING BACKS
1. Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State, 6-0, 225
2.

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April 20  |  Nick Patterson
Seahawks draft primer part 1: Quarterbacks This is the first part of an eight-part series examining each position in the NFL draft and what the Seattle Seahawks' needs are at that position. The players listed are the top prospects in the draft at that position, with their college, height and weight:

QUARTERBACKS

1. Jared Goff, California, 6-4, 215
2. Carson Wentz, North...

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April 19  |  Nick Patterson
The NFL draft is quickly approaching. It takes place April 28-30, with Round 1 on the first day, Rounds 2-3 on the second day, and Rounds 4-7 on the third day.

The Seattle Seahawks head into the draft owning nine picks in the seven rounds, including the 26th-overall selection in the first round. The other picks are one second rounder (56th overall), two third rounders (91, 97), one fourth rounder (124), one fifth rounder (171), one sixth rounder (215) and two seventh...

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April 18  |  Nick Patterson
Look who's back at VMAC!#ChampionshipOffseason pic.twitter.com/Y4C4Nu1Yv8

— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) April 18, 2016

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April 17  |  Nick Patterson
The player who in some ways defined the Legion of Boom is returning to the Seahawks, as Seattle has reportedly reached an agreement with free agent cornerback Brandon Browner:

Legion of Boom reunited: Seattle reached agreement with CB Brandon Browner, per source. Browner, Sherman, Thomas, Chancellor together again.



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April 16  |  Nick Patterson
TALKING POINTS

It was the goal all Seattle had been waiting for. Jordan Morris finally scored his first goal in a Sounders uniform Saturday night, and it ended up being the game winner.

Morris, the local product and much-hyped offseason addition, went his first seven games (five in MLS, two in the CONCACAF Champions League) without finding the net. But in the 71st minute he finally showed Sounders fans what he could do. Andreas Ivanschitz sent...

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April 16  |  Nick Patterson
SOUNDERS (1-3-1, 4 points, 9th in Western Conference)

Squad (4-3-3): Frei; Mears, Evans (c), Marshall, Remick; Alonso, Roldan, Dempsey; Anderson, Morris, Ivanschitz.

Bench: Miller, Scott, J. Jones, Farfan, Kovar, Valdez, Gomez.

Notes: The big change for Seattle tonight is that forward Oalex Anderson, who's provided a spark off the bench in recent games, gets a chance from the outset...

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April 15  |  Nick Patterson
The Seahawks announced their 2016 regular season schedule on Thursday evening. Later that night they tweeted out a short video on the making of the schedule, and if you've ever seen a how-to cooking video posted on Facebook you'll recognize the style. Whoever in the marketing department came up with this idea deserves a bonus.



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April 15  |  Nick Patterson
It was just this past week that the Seattle Public Library announced a new program called PlayBack, which is designed to promote local musicians. In that spirit, here's a local artist you won't find in the pages of Rolling Stone.



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April 14  |  Nick Patterson
The Seahawks announced their 2016 regular season schedule Thursday evening. It is:

Sept. 11, Miami, 1:05 p.m.
Sept. 18, at Los Angeles, 1:05 p.m.
Sept. 25, San Francisco, 1:05 p.m.
Oct. 2, at New York Jets, 10 a.m.
Oct. 9, BYE
Oct. 16, Atlanta, 1:25 p.m.
Oct. 23, at Arizona, 5:30 p.m.
Oct. 30, at New Orleans, 10 a.m.
Nov. 7 (Monday),...

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April 13  |  Nick Patterson
TALKING POINTS

The sounds of Psy's Gangnam Style appropriately blared from the speakers in the Mariners' clubhouse.

Korean slugger Dae-Ho Lee's 10th-inning pinch-hit two-run walk-off homer (did I get enough hyphens in there?) finally gave the Mariners their first win at Safeco Field this season. After starting out the home schedule with five straight losses for the first time in franchise history, Seattle's home misery is finally over. Robinson...

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April 13  |  Nick Patterson
Here's the lineups for the Mariners's game Wednesday afternoon against the Texas Rangers at Safeco Field:

SEATTLE (2-6)

Norichika Aoki, LF
Seth Smith, DH
Robinson Cano, 2B
Nelson Cruz, RF
Kyle Seager, 3B
Adam Lind, 1B
Chris Iannetta, C
Leonys Martin, CF
Ketel Marte, SS

Starting pitcher: Right-hander Taijuan Walker (0-0, 3.00 ERA).

Notes: This is the...

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