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The team hires six new coaches and reassigns two others to new positions
Seattle must decide whether to use the expensive tag or let the defensive tackle test free agency.
Kam Chancellor just got guaranteed money from the Seahawks. But the team has no guarantee he’ll ever play again. That’s the danger of agreeing to… Continue reading
The Rangers ship the 29-year-old middle infielder to New York in a largely ceremonial deal.
Turns out, Russell Wilson got back to the Super Bowl, after all. The Seahawks’ quarterback has been in Minneapolis this week for festivities around Sunday’s… Continue reading
Michael Bennett’s next splash is a book. It comes out April 3. Its title: Things that Make White People Uncomfortable. His co-author, Dave Zirin on… Continue reading
The star Seahawks safety tells ESPN he doesn’t see himself ‘going out there unsigned’ next season.
Medical examiner: Former Seahawk and Pro Football Hall of Famer died of ‘congestive heart failure’
Kellen Clemens has had the new Seahawks’ play-caller as his coordinator for 7 of his 11 NFL seasons.
Seattle hires Brian Schottenheimer, Ken Norton Jr., Mike Solari and announces it has fired Kris Richard.
Norton would replace Richard as defensive coordinator and Solari would be the offensive line coach.
The 44-year-old has been an OC for the Jets and Rams and was the Colts QB coach the past two seasons.
The game is Oct. 14 at the new stadium being built for Tottenham of the English Premier League
Cable, a Snohomish High School graduate, was responsible for the team’s lackluster running game
Seattle is one of just six teams that hasn’t played a regular-season game in the UK.
Free safety Earl Thomas and kick returner Tyler Lockett earn second-team honors.
The soon-to-be free-agent tight end caught 10 TDs this season, but was largely ineffective otherwise.
Former All-Pro Blair Walsh is unlikely to return to Seattle after his struggles this season.
Seattle knows it needs to beat Arizona, and needs help, to make the playoffs for the 6th straight season.
The star middle linebacker says he would ‘love’ to play his whole career in Seattle.