The reported annual contract value for Carr’s extension Friday with the Raiders is $25 million. That’s $3.1 million more per year than Wilson got from the Seahawks two years ago. Carr, 26, has zero playoff starts, a dozen fewer than Wilson, 28.
The Seahawks’ three-time All-Pro cornerback answers every question in his first extensive press conference since December. “It’s like a brand-new, old attitude,” Sherman says, following a tumultuous 2016 and newsmaking offseason.
Wearing a “I KNOW MY RIGHTS” shirt and cap in support of Colin Kaepernick, the Seahawks Pro Bowl defensive end talks about why the former Super Bowl quarterback really remains unsigned, about his admiration for Russell Wilson -- and about why he blows off OTAs.
Bennett and fellow Pro Bowl defensive end Cliff Avril participate in their first Seahawks practices this offseason, after skipping the voluntary parts for activist and humanitarian causes. Bennett slips in an initial drill, has Earl Thomas try to calm him, then walks back into team headquarters before returning.
Lockett runs routes quickly, catches passes smoothly from Russell Wilson on the first day of Seahawks minicamp, 5 1/2 months after the wide receiver and Pro Bowl kick returner broke the tibia and fibula in his right leg. Jordan had another knee surgery last month, delaying and perhaps jeopardizing his chance to earn a second life in the NFL as a pass rusher with Seattle.
The three-time All-Pro safety and his five-time Pro Bowl partner return to the back of the Seahawks’ defense for the start of minicamp. Thomas broke his tibia in early December. Chancellor was in a wheelchair in April after surgeries on both ankles.
The five-time Pro Bowl safety returns to full go at the start of Seahawks minicamp. Surgeries on both ankles at the same time in April that left the 29-year old briefly confined to a wheelchair. Chancellor’s hopeful of a new deal with Seattle, and coach Pete Carroll says the team is working hard to get one done.
The Seahawks’ three-time All-Pro safety zooms around the field challenging passes on the first day of mandatory minicamp. Thomas looks like he never broke his tibia -- or contemplated retirement -- six months ago.