As anticipated, the Seahawks released their superstar cornerback on Friday after 117 games, 111 starts, seven seasons, four Pro Bowls, three All-Pro selections, two Super Bowls, the franchise’s only NFL championship--and growth into one of the most outspoken personalities in Seattle sports history.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson beams in the New York Yankees dugout before a baseball spring exhibition game against the Detroit Tigers in Tampa, Fla., Wednesday. And Seattle coach Pete Carroll says he’s fine with that, for multiple reasons.
Outside linebacker Shaquem Griffin of Central Florida is wowing everyone at this week’s NFL combine in Indianapolis – just like he did in January’s Senior Bowl. At a press conference there the twin brother of Seahawks’ cornerback Shaquill Griffin gamely answers questions about what type of defense best suits his disability. "As long as the defense makes tackles, I can fit it in," he said with a grin.