Seahawks Archive HEADLINES
The Seattle Seahawks added another player to help solve the team’s struggles getting off the field on third down.
Coming off his first Pro Bowl season, Russell Okung is out to prove that the impressive level of play he established in 2012 will lead to a long and productive career in Seattle.
I’d like to thank the Seahawks for the gift of Richard Sherman.
Looking for a candidate to compete for the backup quarterback job left vacant by the departure of Matt Flynn, the Seattle Seahawks found their man in Brady Quinn.
The competition to back up Russell Wilson heated up this week, with the Seattle Seahawks hosting a quartet of veteran signal-callers at the team’s Renton headquarters on Monday.
Yes, insurance offers peace of mind. But sometimes the policy cost and the deductible just make it seem unworthy of the expense.
In the works since Friday, the Seattle Seahawks completed a trade Monday that sends reserve quarterback Matt Flynn to Oakland.
Signed a year ago in free agency as the long-term answer at quarterback, Matt Flynn apparently will continue that pursuit with another team.
The Seahawks added some beef to the defensive line, and perhaps signaled the end of Alan Branch’s time in Seattle with the addition of defensive tackle Tony McDaniel.
An unexpected starter in 2012, Russell Wilson clearly is the man in charge on the field offensively for the Seattle Seahawks. But as he prepares for his second season, the 24-year-old quarterback isn’t content with his breakout rookie performance. He wants more. And he’s willing to put in the work to help the Seahawks emerge as Super Bowl contenders sooner rather than later.
The Seattle Seahawks surprised many NFL observers by wading into the deep waters of the first week of free agency, acquiring receiver Percy Harvin through trade, and signing free agent defensive ends Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett.
Taking his place in the middle of his circled teammates, linked arm-in-arm, Steve Zakuani pointed to the Seattle Sounders’ frenzied fans and then tapped the team shield on his chest.
Darrell Bevell has a problem that most offensive coordinators won’t complain about.
Hours after announcing the official signing of defensive end Cliff Avril on Thursday, the Seattle Seahawks showed they weren’t done addressing the team’s pass rush issues when reports surfaced that defensive lineman Michael Bennett was returning to the team.
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