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Health will likely dictate what Seattle does in the draft in the backfield.
As usual, Seattle will be looking for backup quarterbacks behind Russell Wilson.
The Seahawks’ coach says the organization is doing everything possible to prepare for the NFL draft.
Seattle’s star defensive end remains on the free-agent market. Should the Seahawks bring him back?
The former Seattle starter’s veteran-minimum deal shows others were worried about his inconsistent play.
A member of Seattle’s 2013 Super Bowl team, the 28-year-old had seven sacks last season for the Raiders.
The moves create an additional $5 million in cap space as Seattle searches for pass-rush help.
Taking a look at all the o-linemen signed for next season and where they might fit on Seattle’s roster.
Jon Ryan, who played in Seattle from 2008-2018, expects to make a full recovery following surgery.
The 32-year-old, who was drafted by Seattle in 2012, had 8.5 sacks for the Panthers last season.
Landing Clowney — or another pass rusher — is at the top of Seattle’s shopping list
Aside from DK Metcalf, most of last year’s class played sparingly due to injury or other factors.
He kept an upbeat attitude despite a stomach cancer diagnosis in 2018.
But the defensive end will likely test the free-agent waters and reportedly wants to be paid top dollar.
Seattle announces an agreement with the former Pro Bowler on a one-year deal worth a reported $7 million.
The 13-year veteran and 3-time Pro Bowler could add depth and experience to Seattle’s tight end group.
Check out what readers had to say about the former Seahawks icon going to the Super Bowl with the 49ers.
Seahawks fans, mostly, seem to be rooting for the ex-Seattle star, but against the 49ers.
The star guard played five season in Seattle before his infamous departure to the Minnesota Vikings.
His current resumé probably falls short, but with no plan to retire, he may very well wind up in Canton.