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March 1  |  By John Boyle
A month after the Seattle Seahawks came up 1 yard short in Super Bowl XLIX, running back Marshawn Lynch finally discussed the topic of not getting the ball on the game’s deciding play, a Malcolm Butler interception on a pass intended for Ricardo Lockette. 



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February 21  |  By John Boyle
The Marshawn Lynch offseason drama was over, then quickly it wasn’t.

CBS Sports’ Jason La Canfora reported Saturday evening that a new deal was "in place" between Lynch at the Seahawks to give him a raise in 2015 and extend his contract through 2016.



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February 20  |  By John Boyle
With the NFL Scouting Combine underway in Indianapolis, it’s time to take a look at the Seahawks’ roster and see where they might be looking to add talent. Like any good team, the Seahawks will tell you they don’t draft strictly by need, but the current roster does influence how general manager John Schneider and his scouting department put together a draft board. Not every need will be filled in the draft—free agency is coming up in March—but the draft...

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February 20  |  By John Boyle
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll held his press conference at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, and while there wasn’t a lot news out of his main session with the media, he had some nuggets when he met with a few reporters after leaving the podium.



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February 20  |  By John Boyle
With the NFL Scouting Combine underway in Indianapolis, it’s time to take a look at the Seahawks’ roster and see where they might be looking to add talent. Like any good team, the Seahawks will tell you they don’t draft strictly by need, but the current roster does influence how general manager John Schneider and his scouting department put together a draft board. Not every need will be filled in the draft—free agency is coming up in March—but the draft...

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February 20  |  By John Boyle
At some point, Russell Wilson is going to get paid a lot of money, and for a while everyone has assumed that will happen this offseason, which is the first time Wilson and the Seahawks can negotiate a new contract.



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February 19  |  By John Boyle
With the NFL Scouting Combine kicking off this week in Indianapolis, it’s time to take a look at the Seahawks’ roster and see where they might be looking to add talent. Like any good team, the Seahawks will tell you they don’t draft strictly by need, but the current roster does influence how general manager John Schneider and his scouting department put together a draft board. Not every need will be filled in the draft—free agency is coming up in...

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February 19  |  By John Boyle
Seahawks general manager John Schneider held his press conference at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, and as you might expect, there were plenty of questions about Marshawn Lynch’s future. Schneider said there’s still no clarity from Lynch on his plans for 2015.



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February 18  |  By John Boyle
With the NFL Scouting Combine kicking off this week in Indianapolis, it’s time to take a look at the Seahawks’ roster and see where they might be looking to add talent. Like any good team, the Seahawks will tell you they don’t draft strictly by need, but the current roster does influence how general manager John Schneider and his scouting department put together a draft board. Not every need will be filled in the draft—free agency is coming up in...

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February 18  |  By John Boyle
Head coach and general manager interviews are underway at the NFL Scouting Combine in Indianapolis, and while the Seahawks’ top decision makers don’t talk until later this week—John Schneider is up Thursday morning and Pete Carroll on Friday afternoon—Jets general manager Mike Maccagnan did address a topic that concerns the Seahawks, namely the future of receiver Percy Harvin.



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February 18  |  By John Boyle
With the NFL Scouting Combine kicking off this week in Indianapolis, it’s time to take a look at the Seahawks’ roster and see where they might be looking to add talent. Like any good team, the Seahawks will tell you they don’t draft strictly by need, but the current roster does influence how general manager John Schneider and his scouting department put together a draft board. Not every need will be filled in the draft—free agency is coming up in...

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February 17  |  By John Boyle
With the NFL Scouting Combine kicking off this week in Indianapolis, it’s time to take a look at the Seahawks’ roster and see where they might be looking to add talent. Like any good team, the Seahawks will tell you they don’t draft strictly by need, but the current roster does influence how general manager John Schneider and his scouting department put together a draft board. Not every need will be filled in the draft—free agency is coming up in...

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February 17  |  By John Boyle
With the NFL Scouting Combine kicking off this week in Indianapolis, it’s time to take a look at the Seahawks’ roster and see where they might be looking to add talent. Like any good team, the Seahawks will tell you they don’t draft strictly by need, but the current roster does influence how general manager John Schneider and his scouting department put together a draft board. Not every need will be filled in the draft—free agency is coming up in...

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February 17  |  By John Boyle
Two days after the Super Bowl, Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin said he had no regrets about the touchdown celebration that cost his team 15 yards and him $11,025 in the form of a fine for making an obscene gesture.



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February 16  |  By John Boyle
With the NFL Scouting Combine kicking off this week in Indianapolis, it’s time to take a look at the Seahawks’ roster and see where they might be looking to add talent. Like any good team, the Seahawks will tell you they don’t draft strictly by need, but the current roster does influence how general manager John Schneider and his scouting department put together a draft board. Not every need will be filled in the draft—free agency is coming up in...

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February 16  |  By John Boyle
With the NFL Scouting Combine kicking off this week in Indianapolis, it’s time to take a look at the Seahawks’ roster and see where they might be looking to add talent. Like any good team, the Seahawks will tell you they don’t draft strictly by need, but the current roster does influence how general manager John Schneider and his scouting department put together a draft board. Not every need will be filled in the draft—free agency is coming up in...

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February 12  |  By John Boyle
Few players, if any, have been closer with Marshawn Lynch during his tenure than fullback Michael Robinson, who played for Seattle for four seasons with Lynch before retiring last year. When Lynch stopped talking to the media in recent years, Robinson, who sat in the locker next to Lynch, would serve as his unofficial spokesman; when Robinson and his wife had a date night, one of the league's most dominant running backs served as a baby sitter. 

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February 11  |  By John Boyle
Seahawks general manager John Schneider continues to do the rounds on sports radio, appearing on Sports Radio 950 KJR Wednesday a day after appearing on 710 ESPN Seattle.





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February 10  |  By John Boyle
A day after announcing several coaching moves, including the promotion of defensive backs coach Kris Richard to defensive coordinator, the Seahawks promoted another assistant, giving Rocky Seto the title of assistant head coach/defense. Offensive line coach Tom Cable also holds an assistant head coach title on Seattle's staff. 



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February 10  |  By John Boyle
Seahawks general manager John Schneider was on 710 ESPN Seattle for 25 minutes Tuesday morning and had plenty of interesting stuff to say on Marshawn Lynch's future with the team, Russell Wilson's possible contract extension and more. 



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February 9  |  By John Boyle
In a move that had been expected for weeks, the Seattle Seahawks named Kris Richard their defensive coordinator, promoting the former defensive backs coach to the job formerly held by Dan Quinn, who last week was named the head coach of the Atlanta Falcons. 



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February 9  |  By John Boyle
The Seahawks are set to fill an opening on their coaching staff, hiring former University of Miami linebackers coach Michael Barrow to replace Ken Norton Jr., according to Sports Illustrated’s Thayer Evans.



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February 9  |  By John Boyle
The Seahawks announced the signing of seven players Monday, including former University of Washington receiver Kevin Smith, who spent time with Seattle in training camp last season. Guard C.J. Davis, who also spent time in Seattle's training camp last year, is the only player on the list with NFL experience, having appeared in 14 games with Carolina and Denver. 

Here's the full list:



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February 9  |  By John Boyle
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said it’s "truly a treasure" to have son Nate on his coaching staff in Seattle, and now Carroll will have two sons working under him, with Brennan set to join the Seahawks after four seasons at the University of Miami, according to the Sun-Sentinel.

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February 6  |  By John Boyle
The Seahawks lost another defensive assistant Friday, with linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr. being named defensive coordinator of the Oakland Raiders. 



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February 6  |  By John Boyle
Four players were fined for their roles in the scuffle at the end of the Super Bowl, including Seahawks Bruce Irvin ($10,000) and Michael Bennett ($8,268), who were both fined for "unnecessarily striking an opponent." New England's Rob Gronkowski and Michael Hoomanawanui were both fined $8,268 as well, Gronkowski for striking an opponent and Hoomanawanui for ripping an opponent's helmet off. Irvin was also ejected for his role in the altercation. 

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February 6  |  By John Boyle
Two days after signing 11 players to future contracts, the Seahawks added one more, signing guard/center Jared Wheeler, according to his agent, Brett Tessler.



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February 5  |  By John Boyle
Seattle Seahawks All-Pro free safety Earl Thomas has a torn labrum in addition to the separated shoulder suffered in the NFC championship game, and will require surgery, a league source confirmed. Thomas is expected to be back by training camp according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, who first reported the news of Thomas’ surgery.



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February 5  |  By John Boyle
Pete Carroll did a 20-minute sitdown with the Today Show's Matt Lauer that aired Thursday. Like his other interviews since the Super Bowl ended in heartbreaking fashion for his Seahawks, Carroll took ownership of the game's final call and had a positive outlook on his and his team's future.



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February 5  |  By John Boyle
It turns out those "What will Richard Sherman do if his baby comes before the Super Bowl?" scenarios weren’t too farfetched after all, because just four days after the Seahawks’ 28-24 loss in Super Bowl XLIX, Sherman’s girlfriend Ashley Moss gave birth to the couple’s son, Rayden, a week before her due date.



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