Report: At Least Five Teams Interested in Free Agent WR Jordy Nelson

At least five NFL teams are interested in signing former Oakland Raiders and Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jordy Nelson, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Nelson is expected to meet with the Seattle Seahawks on Tuesday, and is also drawing interest from the New England Patriots, ┬áTennessee Titans, Kansas City Chiefs, and the Raiders. OaklandContinue reading “Report: At Least Five Teams Interested in Free Agent WR Jordy Nelson”

Paul Richardson Lands Five-Year Deal With Redskins

Free agent wide receiver Paul Richardson is set to leave the Seattle Seahawks. Richardson has reportedly agreed to a five-year, $40 million deal with the Washington Redskins. The deal was first reported by Mike Garafolo of NFL Network. Richardson will get $20 million guaranteed over the lifetime of the contract, as well as a $10Continue reading “Paul Richardson Lands Five-Year Deal With Redskins”

S Bradley McDougald Receives Three-Year Extension From Seahawks

Safety Bradley McDougald won’t be departing from the Seattle Seahawks like other members of the ‘Legion of Boom.’ Seattle has agreed to a three-year, $13.9 million contract extension with the versatile safety who became an essential part of the Seahawks’ defense following Kam Chancellor‘s season-ending neck injury. NFL Network was the first to report thatContinue reading “S Bradley McDougald Receives Three-Year Extension From Seahawks”

Seahawks Officially Release Star Cornerback Richard Sherman

The release of star cornerback Richard Sherman was made official by the Seattle Seahawks Friday morning, signaling the end of an area in the Pacific Northwest. Releasing Sherman creates $11 million in cap space for Seattle, but the door is open for Sherman to still potentially return at a lower rate. Sherman told Gee ScottContinue reading “Seahawks Officially Release Star Cornerback Richard Sherman”

Kam Chancellor’s Salary for 2018 Becomes Fully Guaranteed

It is unclear whether or not Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor will ever play football again, but Chancellor has now at least received some clarity about his contract situation. Yesterday, Chancellor’s base salary of $6.8 million in 2018 became fully guaranteed since he was not waived by the Seahawks, with the $6.8 million being apartContinue reading “Kam Chancellor’s Salary for 2018 Becomes Fully Guaranteed”

Seahawks Reach One-Year, $5.5 Million Contract With Eddie Lacy

Running back Eddie Lacy will now be on the other side of the Green Bay Packers-Seattle Seahawks rivalry. The Seahawks and Lacy have agreed to a one-year, $5.5 million deal that features $3 million in guarantees for the 2017 season, per an official announcement from the team. Lacy joins a crowded Seattle backfield that featuresContinue reading “Seahawks Reach One-Year, $5.5 Million Contract With Eddie Lacy”

Seahawks’ Earl Thomas (Hamstring) To Miss First Game of NFL Career

A remarkable streak has come to an end for Seattle Seahawks star safety Earl Thomas. Thomas will miss the first game of his NFL career on Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers due to a hamstring injury. He had played in 106 consecutive games since entering the NFL in 2010, and 118 when you addContinue reading “Seahawks’ Earl Thomas (Hamstring) To Miss First Game of NFL Career”

WATCH: Trick Play Gives Seahawks QB Russell Wilson TD Reception

The Seattle Seahawks used a little tricky in their 25-16 win over the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday afternoon. Wide receiver Doug Baldwin threw a touchdown pass to quarterback Russell Wilson on a reverse play to give the Seahawks a 23-7 lead in 3rd quarter, the first touchdown reception of Wilson’s career: Wilson joked with BaldwinContinue reading “WATCH: Trick Play Gives Seahawks QB Russell Wilson TD Reception”

Have we Seen the Last of Marshawn Lynch in Seattle?

Marshawn Lynch was active for the Seattle Seahawks today for the first time since November 15th, giving the Seahawks the punch their running game had been missing since rookie Thomas Rawls suffered an ankle injury, Lynch was very ineffective in this game, just like many this season, getting the ball only 6 times for 20Continue reading “Have we Seen the Last of Marshawn Lynch in Seattle?”

Seahawks’ Chancellor Ending Holdout

Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor missed the Seahawks first two games this season due to his contract holdout started prior to the start of training camp. Now, according to a text message sent to ESPN’s Stephen A. Smith, Chancellor is ending his holdout. “Ima go help my teammates that are understanding of my position andContinue reading “Seahawks’ Chancellor Ending Holdout”

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