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  • Seahawks’ schedule features five prime-time games, Sherman’s return, London trip

    SEATTLE – The NFL’s schedule-makers don’t seem to anticipate a drop-off from the Seattle Seahawks next season. The Seahawks’ schedule was released Thursday evening and it features five prime time games, the most a team can be scheduled for according to league rules. The Seahawks also have two 10 a.m. games – including one at the Oakland Raiders in London on Oct. 14 – making for a schedule that’s about as light as can be on “normal” games. Seattle opens […]

  • Seahawks retain leading running back, as Mike Davis agrees to one-year deal

    SEATTLE – Mike Davis is back. After spending some time testing the free agent market, the 5-foot-9, 217-pound running back reportedly agreed to a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks on Thursday. The NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport, who first reported the deal, said Davis visited some other NFL teams as restricted free agent but ultimately decided to stay in Seattle. Davis played two season with the San Francisco 49ers before having his best year as a pro last season in […]

  • Seahawks reportedly agree to deal with offensive lineman D.J. Fluker

    SEATTLE – The Seahawks added another piece to their offensive line Tuesday, reportedly coming to terms with tackle D.J. Fluker. Jason La Canfora reported the deal for Fluker, who spent last year at right guard for the New York Giants after playing his first four seasons with the San Diego Chargers. Seahawks continue working on their offensive line. Have agreed to terms with DJ Fluker — Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 20, 2018 Fluker has been a starter for most […]

  • Seahawks sign former Panthers TE Ed Dickson

    SEATTLE – It looks like the Seattle Seahawks are beginning to fill in some of those roster holes. The Seahawks have reached a deal with tight end Ed Dickson, according to reports from the NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo and Ian Rapoport. The Seahawks later Friday confirmed the signing of the tight end, who will turn 31 in July. On the team website, the Seahawks said, “Dickson had one of his more productive years as a pass-catcher in 2017, gaining 437 […]

  • Seahawks lose Sheldon Richardson to Vikings

    SEATTLE – Even if you’re getting used to it by now, it hurts: Sheldon Richardson won’t be back. The Seattle Seahawks saw yet another starter sign elsewhere Friday afternoon, as the Minnesota Vikings announced they had acquired defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported it’s a one-year contract. Unlike with Richard Sherman, Jimmy Graham and others, the Seahawks were reportedly actively trying to re-sign Richardson. Just before the season started, they traded Jermaine Kearse and a second-round pick to […]

  • LIVE UPDATES: Free agency begins for Seahawks, rest of NFL

    SEATTLE – Maybe today’s the day the Seattle Seahawks start adding players. After a week in which the Seahawks have shed starter after start, the team enters the first day of free agency with cap space to work with and lots of holes to fill. The team has been linked to interest in lots of big names, from tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins to defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh. Follow along here for updates:

  • Seahawks officially announce Michael Bennett’s trade to Eagles

    SEATTLE – If you didn’t want to believe it before, you have to now. The Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday officially announced what’s been common knowledge since last week: Michael Bennett has been traded to the Philadelphia Eagles. “Michael was a foundational block of our success,” the team said in a statement. “We appreciate the energy and passion with which he played and the leadership he brought on game day. We will always be grateful for his fun-loving spirit that endeared […]

  • Jimmy Graham will reportedly sign with Packers

    SEATTLE – Say goodbye to Jimmy Graham. The Seattle Seahawks tight end will sign with the Green Bay Packers, the NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported. Graham was an unrestricted free agent. The Seahawks traded for him before the 2015 season, giving up Max Unger and a first round pick for Graham and a fourth rounder. Graham had 57 catches for 520 yards and 10 touchdowns last season, and 65 catches for 923 yards and six touchdowns in 2016. Earlier Tuesday, […]

  • Seahawks reportedly lose Paul Richardson, who is expected to sign $40 million deal with Washington

    SEATTLE – This time, it’s an offensive player. After a week of departures on the defensive side of the ball, the Seattle Seahawks will reportedly lose wide receiver Paul Richardson to Washington. The NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported that Richardson will sign a five-year, $40 million contract when free agency officially begins Wednesday. Garafolo said $20 million of that will be guaranteed. Richardson frequently battled injuries after the Seahawks drafted him in the second round in 2014. He put up […]

  • Pete Carroll says ‘I just felt it was time’ to make some big changes

    INDIANAPOLIS – Pete Carroll made some hard decisions this offseason, but he thinks they were the right ones. Speaking to the media at the NFL Combine on Thursday, the Seattle Seahawks coach spoke at length about the decision to part ways with offensive coordinator Darell Bevell, defensive coordinator Kris Richard and offensive line coach Tom Cable. “I wanted to try to challenge the opportunity to get better,” Carroll said. “There’s some tough decisions here to get that done. I wanted […]