Through one week of NFL free agency the Seahawks have a net loss of four unrestricted free agents, including All-Pro Earl Thomas. But they’ve accomplished more than that indicates. And here’s what may be next.
K.J. Wright thought he was done in Seattle. Then the Seahawks gave him a contract offer he liked. And signed. The Pro Bowl linebacker details the deal to KJR-AM radio, and how he must earn the second year.
The Seahawks have their starting guards for 2019. And, yes, they are run blockers. They agreed to re-sign huge D.J. Fluker on a two-year deal Thursday morning, and signed free agent Mike Iupati from Arizona.
Earl Thomas finally gets the $13 million per year he demanded, from the Baltimore Ravens in a four-year, free-agent contract. Why the Seahawks played his year-long anger well--and why they will revere him.
The Seahawks have agreed to a one-year contract to bring back veteran linebacker Mychal Kendricks as a possible replacement for K.J. Wright at weakside linebacker. But first, Kendricks has a sentencing hearing.
The Seahawks are getting a do-over at kicker. After releasing him last summer, then watching him become a Pro Bowl kicker with the New York Jets, Seattle is going to sign Jason Myers to a four-year contract.
The Seahawks have $21 million more in salary-cap space now than this time last year. But history and logic say when free agency opens on Wednesday, they will pass on big-ticket guys and wait for second-wave bargains.
Frank Clark says he is “thankful” for the Seahawks’ using their franchise tag for 2019 to keep him from free agency. Here’s why Seattle’s leading sack man is more than OK with a tag fellow NFL stars hate.
Jake Browning worked months to improve his arm strength. The two-time Pac-12-champion quarterback for the Washington Huskies showed that and more at the NFL combine, improving his chances on getting drafted.
Gardner Minshew had at the NFL combine in Indianapolis this past weekend what he had while setting passing records at Washington State last season and leading the Cougars to their first 11-win season: fun.
The Seahawks have released Malik McDowell from their non-football injury list without their top draft choice from 2017 ever playing a game for them. He is the worst and most mysterious top pick in team history.
The NFL announces its salary cap for 2019. It’s lower than expected. That means the franchise-tag numbers per position are lower than expected, too. Here’s how that affects Frank Clark and the Seahawks.