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The 2020 NFL season begins this week as Seattle opens at Atlanta on Sunday.
Griffin, the twin of Seattle cornerback Shaquill Griffin, has been a standout special teams player.
Biggest surprises, biggest question marks and players who stood out.
The talented wideout is still waiting word on when he will get reinstated by the NFL.
Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer says both “love to compete.”
After Seattle cancels practice, Pete Carroll gives a passionate talk on social injustice and racism.
The former second-round pick played four seasons in Seattle from 2014-17.
The head coach says ‘anything is possible’ as the team discusses how best to protest social injustice.
The veteran linebacker calls Seattle ‘a very special place’ after stints with three other teams.
Branden Jackson leaves the field in an ambulance, but Pete Carroll is hopeful the DE will be ok.
Pete Carroll says Phillip Dorsett is the fastest wide receiver he’s had in his time in Seattle.
The tight end talks about his injury, recovery and how he struggled with his mental health.
The team makes the official announcement Wednesday amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
The DE is back for his second stint in Seattle after amassing seven sacks with Oakland last season.
In the final year of his contract, CB Shaquill Griffin wants to stay in Seattle as long as he can.
Jets defensive coordinator says new Seahawks safety Jamal Adams ‘may get bored’ in Seattle’s scheme.
The standout wide receiver has a medical condition plus a family member that contracted COVID-19.
The defensive tackles both appear to suffer leg injuries during Friday’s workout.
Like many fans, Russell Wilson would love it if Seattle opened up its offense more early in games.
The newly acquired safety hit the field for the first time with his teammates Wednesday.