The Seattle Seahawks signed former Denver Broncos first-round draft pick Paxton Lynch to be the possible backup to quarterback Russell Wilson. Lynch started 4 games in 2 years and was out of the NFL in 2018.
Darrell Bevell, the Seahawks’ offensive coordinator from 2011 until his firing 12 months ago, is back in the NFL after his first year out of football since he was a kid. The Detroit Lions have hired Bevell to be their new offensive coordinator.
Mychal Kendricks sentencing hearing for insider trading has been postponed until April 4. What’s that mean for Seahawks’ linebacking corps? And what’s it mean for veteran starting linebacker K.J. Wright?
His contract expiring, defensive end Frank Clark says he got his career-high 14 sacks this past season while playing at just 60 percent of full health. He posts on his Twitter account that he had torn ligaments in each elbow.
Shaquem Griffin had debut months like no other in NFL history. Then he was watching on the Seahawks’ sideline. After what he calls the “up and downs” of his rookie season, what will the extraordinary linebacker be in 2019? Inspirational. Again.
Offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer went on Seattle’s KIRO-AM radio and explained his play calls from the Seahawks’ season-ending playoff loss at Dallas Saturday night—the ones much of the region has been criticizing this week.
The agent for Russell Wilson tells Sirius XM radio the Seahawks’ quarterback will again workout with the New York Yankees in spring training in Tampa, Fla., this football offseason. Plus, coach Pete Carroll fires his strength and conditioning staff.
Russell Wilson’s record-setting season results in yet another selection to the Pro Bowl, after all. After initially being only an alternate, the Seahawks’ quarterback is replacing Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers the the NFL all-star game Jan. 27 in Orlando, Fla.
Bobby Wagner says he’s going the route of former teammates Richard Sherman and Russell Okung. The All-Pro linebacker is ditching an agent and representing himself in talks on a third contract with the Seahawks.
The Seahawks have just 34 players under contract for 2019. There are14 players with expiring contracts due to become unrestricted free agents, the most prominent of those are Earl Thomas, Frank Clark and K.J. Wright.
Earl Thomas’ contract is expiring, and the three-time All-Pro can become a free agent in March. As Pete Carroll’s words Monday and Thomas’ actions since last year have shown, there is no reason to believe Thomas will be a Seahawk again in 2019.
Coach Pete Carroll says the Seahawks will have talks with representatives for Russell Wilson this offseason on a new deal for the franchise quarterback. His current one ends after the 2019 season. Wilson says he wants to stay in Seattle but is prepared to play next season without a new contract.
Quarterback Russell Wilson acknowledges the Seahawks could have allowed him to throw the ball more, and earlier, after Dallas was stopping Seattle’s run in the season-ending playoff loss at the Cowboys.