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    Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson set another NFL record during his Sunday win over the Cowboys. Wilson tossed his 14th touchdown pass of the season, and he officially holds the record for the most passing TDs through the first three games of the season, according to ESPN. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The record was previously set by Patrick Mahomes in 2018.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Seattle Seahawks (@seahawks) on Sep 27, 2020 at 7:02pm PDT I can’t wait to hear what the critics have to say after the first three games of the season for Wilson. He’s on a different level. Wilson has taken his...
    Shirley Bannister, mother of South Carolina teacher who died of Covid-19, dies from it weeks later Chain restaurants in bad financial shape Opinion: With red-hot Russell Wilson, the Seahawks have become NFLs ultimate closers SEATTLE — Without the 12s, the noise and all the electricity typically packed into CenturyLink Field, it didn’t quite feel like a real Seahawks game on Sunday with so much missing. Most Americans don't know these lucrative Social Security "secrets" Ad Microsoft Incredible Blanket Puts Humans In A Deep Sleep, Melting Stress Away Ad Microsoft ...
    DK Metcalf fumbles away what should have been an easy touchdown. Joe Nicholson-USA TODAY Sports DK Metcalf had a wild game on Sunday. In the first quarter, Metcalf fumbled away a sure touchdown after he began celebrating a bit too early. Metcalf made up for his error in the fourth quarter, catching the game-winning touchdown in the final minuts of the game. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. DK Metcalf had a long day on Sunday. The second-year Seahawks wide receiver made a rookie mistake in the first quarter against the Dallas Cowboys, fumbling away a surefire touchdown because he thought he was in the clear. Metcalf burned his defender and caught a beautiful over-the-shoulder ball that...
    The Dallas Cowboys will now face the Seattle Seahawks in the next phase of the Bird Gauntlet.The Dallas Cowboys shouldn’t have advanced in the Bird Gauntlet to play the Seattle Seahawks. America’s Team was so dead in Run 1 of the 2020 Bird Gauntlet vs. the Atlanta Falcons at home in Week 2. Yet with a less than zero percent chance of surviving, the Cowboys did thanks to so many self-inflicted wounds by the Dirty Birds. With the special teams blessings of the most sacred Watermelon Man John Fassel, the Cowboys take their first victory up to the Pacific Northwest. Does Dallas have what it takes to advance past Run 2 of the Bird Gauntlet?Though the Seahawks are 2-0 and have...
    There was a lot of buzz surrounding the former LSU man, Jamal Adams, in the 2020 offseason. He was being courted by a host of top NFL teams and ultimately ended up joining Pete Carroll’s Seattle Seahawks. Since joining, Adams has won both of his games with his new team over the last two weeks. The in-form Seattle-based franchise plays the Dallas Cowboys in Week Two. Here’s what former Texas native Jamal Adams had to say about this week’s opponents. ALSO READ- “You’ve Got to Get Coached Up”- Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll ‘Upset’ Over Face-Mask Sanction Seattle Seahawks’ Jamal Adams has enjoyed a strong start to his 2020 NFL season .@Prez and @ljcollier91 bringing the #BlueFriday ENERGY ???? pic.twitter.com/hPbEwJjbkY — Seattle...
    Getty Benson Mayowa has not practiced this week as he deals with a groin injury. The Seattle Seahawks have multiple starters at the defensive line dealing with new injuries just days before the team’s Week 3 matchup with the Dallas Cowboys. Pass rusher Benson Mayowa has missed the last two practices with a groin injury, while defensive tackle Jarran Reed was limited with a back injury, per ESPN’s Brady Henderson. Reed previously missed Wednesday’s practice, and it will be interesting to see what his status is on the upcoming injury report. Defensive end Rasheem Green continues to deal with a neck injury and has not practiced so far this week. The latest injury news comes shortly...
    Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is the favorite to win the NFL MVP award. According to ESPN, William Hill currently has Wilson as the favorite in the league for the award at +320. Mahomes is second at +450 and Jackson is third at +500. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Russell Wilson (@dangerusswilson) on Sep 6, 2020 at 10:06am PDT I don’t know about you guys, but something sure feels different to me this season with Wilson. It feels like the handcuffs are off and he’s tearing up defenses. He launched five touchdown passes against the Patriots, and looked unstoppable the entire...
    Getty The Seattle Seahawks could be without Marquise Blair for the rest of the season. Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll revealed that starting linebacker Bruce Irvin along with nickel cornerback Marquise Blair have both been ruled out for the rest of the season. Carroll revealed that both players will require surgery which will sideline them for the rest of the season. “Both Bruce and Marquise are going to have to have surgery, so that means that they will be done for the season which is really a big blow,” Carroll noted in his weekly press conference. “I know a lot of teams lost players this weekend. We certainly felt it with both of those guys. Both...
    The Seattle Seahawks beating the New England Patriots on “Sunday Night Football” didn’t get great TV ratings. According to Deadline, the early ratings are not impressive for “SNF” and the audience was only 12.22 million viewers on NBC. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) That’s a 17% decline from week one. Now, the final numbers will almost certainly rise a little bit, but it’s still not pretty.   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Seattle Seahawks (@seahawks) on Sep 20, 2020 at 9:28pm PDT Well, this certainly isn’t a great look for the NFL at all. While it’s impossible to say one single thing has caused a decline, I...
    Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson was on a different level Sunday night during a 35-30 win over the Patriots. Wilson absolutely went off for five passing touchdowns and 288 yards through the air during the victory on “Sunday Night Football.” (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Russell Wilson has five passing touchdowns to five different receivers! #Seahawks @DangeRussWilson ????: #NEvsSEA on NBC ????: NFL app // Yahoo Sports app: https://t.co/D3Z0XewhrI pic.twitter.com/m3md2cuXOn — NFL (@NFL) September 21, 2020 Is there anyone who is still willing to argue that Russell Wilson isn’t an elite talent and a superstar? Is anyone willing to still say that? Ever since Wilson played for the Badgers, I said he...
    We all knew Cam Newton was going to run to win the game, but what the hell?Cam Newton had earned the right to win the game with his legs, but my god, that was so bad. The New England Patriots were goal to go on the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday Night Football. Seattle held a late five-point lead on New England. With a last-minute trip to the red zone, Newton and the Patriots were thinking game-winning pay dirt. While it was the right call to run Newton in that situation, we simply hated the play call from offensive coordinator Josh McDaniels. The Seahawks blew that the hell up… pic.twitter.com/EanYsv8Nlj — Bryan Fischer (@BryanDFischer) September 21, 2020 It was going to...
    BOSTON (CBS) — The 2020 Patriots have been handed their first loss of the season. And it came in unbelievably dramatic fashion. It was an entertaining back-and-forth contest on Sunday Night Football, but Russell Wilson’s Seahawks proved to be a little bit too much for the Patriots to handle, with Seattle winning 35-30 — and winning by a yard. The Seahawks faced a third-and-1 from their own 31-yard line with 1:55 left in the fourth quarter, holding on to a five-point lead. Seattle dialed up a deep pass, which fell incomplete, leading to a punt that gave New England a chance to win the game with a late touchdown drive. Cam Newton and Co. took over at their own 19-yard...
    See the Hottest Hair and Makeup at the Emmys! Unique tiny homes around the world Bill Belichick changed his mind and snuck a challenge flag off of the field before officials noticed, and Pete Carroll was livid © Provided by INSIDER Bill Belichick, Pete Carroll, and the challenge flag in question. AP Photo/Elaine Thompson // NBC Bill Belichick was able to sneak a challenge flag off of the field before officials noticed during Sunday's game against the Seahawks. Patriots quarterback Cam Newton thought he scored on a run to the goal line, but was called just short of a touchdown. Belichick threw the challenge flag, but officials didn't notice, and Newton ran the next play into the end...
    New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick and Seattle Seahawks’ Pete Carroll will make NFL history Sunday night when the two sides meet in Week 2. At 69 and 68 years old, Carroll and Belichick will set the record for the oldest head coach matchup in league history with a combined age of 137 years and 162 days, according to NFL Research. 49ERS’ RAHEEM MOSTERT BREAKS NFL RECORD FOR FASTEST RUN WITH 80-YARD TOUCHDOWN But who will retire first? "I don't know," Carroll told reporters earlier in the week. "Ask him. I'm feeling great. I'm kind of on a five-year plan. Five years from now I'll figure it out and reassess. I actually owe that to David Brooks. And he taught me...
    Getty Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll had a message for the rest of the NFL. The Seattle Seahawks may have gotten their swagger back which has been missing in recent years. More specifically, the defense is moving towards being a unit that is once again feared, which was a staple of Pete Carroll’s team when the Seahawks went on their 2014 Super Bowl run. During his weekly press conference, Carroll admitted the Seahawks want their opponents to know “we’re coming out to knock the hell out of you when you play us.” “The nature of these guys, they’re going for it,” Carroll explained, per Seahawks.com. “I love it. I love the way we were able to show first...
    Bill Belichick and Russell Wilson. Winslow Townson-USA TODAY Sports // Bill Streicher-USA TODAY Sports New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick heaped praised on Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson ahead of their game this Sunday, calling him the best player in the NFL. "Honestly, I think he's in a way underrated by the media or the fans, I don't know," Belichick said. "But I don't really see anybody better than this player." Despite eight nearly flawless seasons in the NFL, Wilson has never received an MVP vote. Given the start to Wilson's season, that could change this year. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. New England Patriots head coach had nothing but praise for Seattle Seahawks quarterback...
    By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston BOSTON (CBS) — When it comes to speaking highly of the week’s upcoming opponent, nobody lays it on thicker than Bill Belichick. Even if the Patriots were set to play an 0-10 team that ranks last in every category, the Patriots’ head coach always finds areas and people to praise in the days leading up to their matchups. That is to say: Sometimes the praise is more sincere than others. Yet on Thursday, Belichick was about as sincere as it gets when he was speaking about the greatness of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. Arguably the greatest football coach of all time said that it’s hard to think of a player better than Wilson right now. Belichick was asked...
    RENTON, Wash. (AP) — For all the excitement about Russell Wilson’s season-opening performance, there was an even better debut for the Seahawks. Jamal Adams’ first game with Seattle didn’t disappoint. Whether it was in the opposing backfield or roaming the secondary, the Seahawks’ new defensive weapon was all over the field in a 38-25 opening win over Atlanta. If first impressions are important, the one left by Adams only raised the optimism of how good Seattle’s defense might end up being with the addition of an All-Pro safety. “He has brought the energy. He has brought the focus and I think that we are going to have a really great defense,” Wilson said of Adams’ debut....
    Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has pulled off an incredible accomplishment. According to ProFootballTalk, Wilson is the second player in NFL history with at least 30,000 passing yards and 4,000 rushing yards. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The only other player to ever do it was Steve Young. Russell Wilson’s unreal pass to DK ???? 38-yard TD. (via @NFL)pic.twitter.com/CB5voR80ec — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) September 13, 2020 Is there anyone out there dumb enough to try to argue Wilson isn’t elite? I love when people try to argue he’s not a star. Not only is Wilson a star, but he’s doing stuff we’ve rarely seen done before. Only one other player in league history...
    The Atlanta Falcons neglected to return the Seattle Seahawks' opening kickoff as all 22 players on the gridiron took a knee and had a moment of silence. AP Photo/Brynn Anderson Players on the Atlanta Falcons and Seattle Seahawks joined forces to kneel in protest of social injustice during the first kickoff of their season-opening game Sunday. After Seattle's Jason Myers kicked off, Atlanta neglected to return the kick. Instead, all 22 players on the gridiron took a knee. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Teams across the NFL have taken a range of approaches in their protests of social injustice on the first Sunday of the 2020 NFL season. Some remained in the locker room during the...
    Steve Serby previews the NFC West as The Post gives division-by-division breakdowns ahead of the 2020 NFL season. 1. Seattle Seahawks Coach: Pete Carroll 2019 record: 11-5 O/U wins: 9 ¹/₂ Key additions: S Jamal Adams, TE Greg Olsen, RB Carlos Hyde, WR Philip Dorsett, OT Brandon Shell, CB Quinton Dunbar, OLB Bruce Irvin, DE Benson Mayowa Key losses: DE Jadeveon Clowney, OT George Fant, S Bradley McDougald, OT Germain Ifedi, G D.J. Fluker, DE Quinton Jefferson First-and-goal: QB Russell Wilson needs no introduction or explanation. Straight Baller. Gamer. Winner. WR D.K. Metcalf is emerging opposite clutch, efficient Tyler Lockett. RB Chris Carson is the tip of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer’s Ground-and-Pound spear. Ageless TE Greg Olsen (52 catches) will...
    Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson put up incredible numbers in 2019 earning him a Second-Team All-Pro selection but it didn’t come together for the Seahawks as they missed out on another NFC Championship game after falling to the Green Bay Packers. Wilson, 31, completed 66 percent of his passes for 4,110 yards and finished with 31 touchdown passes with a career-low of just five interceptions. He led the Seahawks to an impressive start, winning five of the first six games. Seattle would go on to have a five-game winning streak but a number of injuries saw the team struggle in its final weeks, losing three of the final four games before eventually being eliminated by the Packers. Seattle’s offseason began with...
    So much for honor: Despite COVID cases, college students partied Labor Day weekend away 5 Ways Grocery Stores are Drastically Changing The 6 must-watch games of the NFL season The NFL season is almost upon us, and without a dedicated preseason it’s going to be one of the more unpredictable seasons in recent memory. Teams around the league went through mammoth changes, the Chiefs look as terrifying as ever, and the NFC feels very much up for grabs. As we approach Week One these are the games we can’t wait to see. Week One: Buccaneers vs. Saints (4:25 p.m. ET, FOX) The ever-unpredictable NFC South got a significant dose of drama with Tampa Bay going into complete win-now mode...
    The Saints were doing everything they could to give Jadeveon Clowney everything he could want. A team with deep playoff aspirations in 2020, New Orleans sent what NFL Media called “an all-out blitz” to try to sign the free-agent pass rusher a few days ahead of Week 1. The Saints’ biggest issue, it appears, is they didn’t have Mike Vrabel. The Titans did, and they also were able to offer more money on a one-year contract for the 27-year-old. MORE: Here are the NFL’s highest-paid players ESPN’s Dianna Russini reported Saturday night that Clowney had chosen Tennessee over New Orleans as his landing place for the season. Clowney then told ESPN’s Josina Anderson that his decision “came down to familiarity...
    The New Orleans Saints are the latest team to be thought to have entered the Jadeveon Clowney sweepstakes. In fact, the NFL Network‘s Tom Pelissereo reported via The Heavy on Thursday that they are not only interested but have launched an “all-out blitz” to land him. The analyst reportedly said that head coach Sean Payton has talked to Clowney multiple times over the past few weeks. The Saints are said to feel as though they need to make a push for the defenders because there are at least two other teams interested in the edge rusher. As The Inquisitr reported previously, the market for Clowney was thought to be drying up a bit. His contract demands were seen as most...
    Josh Gordon is reportedly returning to the Seattle Seahawks, according to ESPN‘s Jeremy Fowler who reported the signing on Thursday via Twitter. The analyst reported he’s expected to return to one of his former teams, though while he has applied for reinstatement with the NFL, he hasn’t received it yet. NFL insider Jason La Canfora tweeted that while Gordon is not yet allowed to return to the league, the team feels very good about where the receiver is in that regard. For his part, Gordon is reportedly hopeful he’ll get word from commissioner Roger Goodell about if and when he’ll be allowed to lace up the spikes again. The 2020 season is a little over a week away from officially...
    Seattle Seahawks star Russell Wilson thinks the team would have boycotted if they had a game this week. The NBA, MLB and NHL all postponed games in protest to the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin by a police officer. The star quarterback thinks the Seahawks would have been right there with them. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Magic players walking off the court after the Bucks boycott Game 5 (via @NBAonTNT)pic.twitter.com/zPcb7NUUbw — Bleacher Report (@BleacherReport) August 26, 2020 “Yeah, for sure. I think just witnessing what happened to Jacob and everything else and all the things have have added up to this, it’s devastating. It’s truly devastating just to watch that,”...
    Earl Thomas shouldn’t have much trouble finding his next team, just don’t bet on a reunion with the Seattle Seahawks. After a fight at practice and indications more teammates had issues with him, the Baltimore Ravens cut safety Earl Thomas on Sunday. The seven-time Pro Bowler completed one year of his four-year, $55 million deal, but Baltimore deemed the $25 million in cap implications (pending voiding some money for conduct detrimental) they’ll take on as a worthy cost to cut bait. Thomas shouldn’t have too much trouble finding a new team. But it is noteworthy that two of the most credible organizations in the NFL, fronted by two of the most player-friendly head coaches in the league, have deemed Thomas...
    While Antonio Brown is looking for a new job, at least one of the best quarterbacks in the league appears to have given his stamp of approval on signing the pass-catcher, Joseph Zucker of Bleacher Report wrote on Thursday. Earlier this week, Wilson sat down for an interview with Jason LaCanfora and talked quite a bit about Brown. The quarterback was asked about whether or not he was open to bringing the former Pittsburgh Steelers, Oakland Raiders and New England Patriots receiver to Seattle for a tryout with the Seahawks. The signal-caller pointed to the short time he spent with Josh Gordon last year as one piece of evidence he thought working with Brown would work. The pair worked out...
    Getty Pete Carroll called Phillip Dorsett the fastest player he has had with the Seahawks. New Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Phillip Dorsett is already making his presence felt in training camp. Pete Carroll labeled Dorsett as the “fastest guy” they have had in Seattle, at least while he has been the Seahawks coach. “He’s the fastest guy we’ve ever had here,” Carroll explained matter-of-factly in a recent press conference. “He runs in the time realms we don’t even think really exist, 4.2s and stuff. In our system, with Russ and the way Russ likes to bomb the football, he’s a big factor for us. Matter of fact, we are just installing stuff in the next couple of...
    Next1 of 5Prev postUse your ← → (arrows) to browse The Seahawks have been consistently good with Russell Wilson at the helm, but this is a year where they can emerge as Super Bowl champions. The 49ers might be the preseason favorites to win the NFC West, but don’t count out the possibility of the Seahawks reasserting their dominance in the division. Russell Wilson’s team has a clear path towards winning a Super Bowl title this season. Any team that has a potential MVP at the game’s most important position has a fighting chance to make noise in the postseason. Wilson might not be on Lamar Jackson or Patrick Mahomes’ level as a quarterback, but he’s not that far off....
    “Break up the Kansas City Chiefs.” That’s what all other 31 teams in the NFL might say when the Chiefs repeat as Super Bowl champions as the league’s best team for a second consecutive season. Sporting News is officially picking the Kansas City to win Super Bowl 55. Although that might seem “chalky,” consider no team has won back-to-back Super Bowls going on 16 seasons. SN is simply correcting the mistake from last season, too, when we had the Chiefs losing to a surprise NFC team (ahem, the Cowboys) in Super Bowl 54. Like the Chiefs did for real in that game, rallying against the 49ers (ahem, a surprise NFC team) in Miami in February, they will beat another team from...
    Another year, another chance for Russell Wilson to lead his team to the NFL playoffs. The Ohio-born quarterback is now entering his eighth season with Seattle Seahawks. Over the last eight years, Wilson has truly established himself as one of the top NFL quarterbacks of the last decade. Wilson turns 32 in November but is still as determined to add to his accolades. The Wisconsin college graduate is known for his competitive nature. Wilson is a seven-time Pro Bowler and also a Super Bowl winner. Despite his multiple individual and collective accolades, he remains hungry for more. Here’s a short clip of DangeRuss Wilson putting in the work with the same grit and determination from his early days in the...
    RENTON, Wash. (AP) — When Shaquill Griffin arrived in Seattle, he was supposed to be part of the new era in an effort by the Seahawks to build the next generation of their standout secondary. Now entering his fourth season, Griffin is the only piece of that group from 2017 that’s a starter. But after a rocky first few seasons, the Seahawks may have finally found the right formula to create the next phase of Seattle’s secondary. “I’m just enjoying the process. It’s different,” he said. “The last three years, it’s been a little roller coaster, but, man, when you get that feeling, it’s like, ‘This really could be it.’ So it’s a good feeling to have, and...
    An NFL rookie got caught trying to pass off a woman as another football player in order to get her past the league's coronavirus lockdown protocols, so he got cut from the team. The incident occurred at the Seattle Seahawks' training camp hotel and reportedly involved cornerback Kemah Siverand. Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network first reported the incident from his social media account. "The #Seahawks cut rookie CB Kemah Siverand this week after he was caught on video trying to sneak a female visitor into the team hotel, per sources," Pelissero tweeted. The #Seahawks cut rookie CB Kemah Siverand this week after he was caught on video trying to sneak a...
    The Seattle Seahawks have cut Kemah Siverand. According to Tom Pelissero, Siverand was released from the team after he was caught on video trying to sneak a woman into the team’s hotel during the coronavirus pandemic. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) Not only did he get caught, but his laughably bad plan was exposed in the process. Pelissero reported that the woman “was wearing Seahawks gear in an attempt to disguise her as a player.” The woman was wearing #Seahawks gear in an attempt to disguise her as a player, I’m told. It did not work. — Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) August 13, 2020 Incredible. Absolutely incredible on every single level. How the hell...
    The Seattle Seahawks cut rookie player Kemah Siverand after he was caught trying to sneak a woman visitor into the team hotel.  The rookie cornerback had been caught on video trying to sneak the guest into the hotel, where the team is on lockdown due to COVID-19, the NFL Network reports.  Siverand is said to have had the woman wear gear from the team in an attempt to disguise her as one of the players.  Kemah Siverand has been cut from the Seattle Seahawks after he was caught on video trying to sneak a woman visitor into the team hotel The cornerback is said to have had the guest wear team gear so that she could look like...
    Kemah Siverand was shown the door by the Seattle Seahawks after being caught trying to smuggle a woman into the team hotel earlier this week. Brady Henderson of ESPN wrote that the rookie was cut by the franchise on Thursday, after the video of the incident showed the extent to which Siverand went to try and get the visitor up to his room. Henderson said that the NFL Network was the first to report on the particulars of the incident. Siverand reportedly had the woman put on Seahawks gear in order to sneak in. The intent was to try and make it look as though she was player. The release of the rookie defender came just one day after head...
    Russell Wilson wants to throw more, and the Seahawks need to listen. As the Seattle Seahawks continue to have a run-oriented offense, the idea of taking the ball out of of Russell Wilson’s hands is met with rightful criticism. There’s even a social media hashtag and catch-phrase-“Let Russ Cook.” Via Gregg Bell of the Tacoma News Tribune, the Seahawks had the third-most total rushing attempts in the league last year. In 2018, they had the most total rushing attempts in the league. Wilson’s own prowess as a runner pushes those numbers up. But offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer’s game plans actively minimize one of the league’s best quarterbacks until he’s called upon to come to the rescue. Wilson should have more...
    Kemah Siverand at Oklahoma State in 2019. Scott Winters/Icon Sportswire/Getty Images The Seattle Seahawks reportedly cut rookie cornerback Kemah Siverand for trying to sneak a woman into the team's training camp hotel. According to a report, the woman was dressed in Seahawks gear to disguise her as a player. Seahawks training camp is underway with new, strict COVID-19 protocols that call for as little outside contact as possible. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Rookie NFL cornerback Kemah Siverand paid the price for trying to bring a visitor into the Seattle Seahawks team hotel. According to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero, the Seahawks cut Siverand after he was caught bringing a woman into the team hotel during training...
    Now we know why the Seahawks on Tuesday waived undrafted rookie cornerback Kemah Siverand to reduce their training camp roster to 76 players. It had nothing to do with football and everything to do with the first of what ESPN reporter Brady Henderson says are Seattle coach Pete Carroll’s three rules: “Protect the team.” According to NFL Media’s Tom Pelissero, Siverand was cut because he was caught trying to sneak a woman into his room at the team hotel. The 23-year-old rookie out of Oklahoma State even tried to disguise the woman in a Seahawks hoodie to make her look like a player. The woman was wearing #Seahawks gear in an attempt to disguise her as a player, I’m told....
    Founders of Girl Scouts, Mary Kay and Eleanor Roosevelt among USA TODAY Women of the Century 6 national restaurant chains in deepest trouble amid COVID-19 include Outback Steakhouse, IHOP and Dennys Seahawks Cut Rookie Who Tried to Sneak a Woman Into the Team Hotel Dressed as a Player The Seattle Seahawks waived rookie cornerback Kemah Siverand on Tuesday. On Thursday, NFL Network's Tom Pelissero reported that Siverand was cut because he was caught trying to sneak a female visitor into the team hotel by dressing her in team gear and trying to pass her off as another player. © Provided by The Big Lead The woman was wearing #Seahawks gear in an attempt to disguise her as a...
    Gloria Estefan and More Glee Alums React to Naya Riveras Death Vroom plunges 23% after releasing a weaker-than-expected forecast You wont believe why the Seattle Seahawks cut CB Kemah Siverand There are all sorts of stories out of training camp. However, the Seattle Seahawks added a unique one by cutting CB Kemah Siverand this week. © Provided by Touchdown Wire Siverand, an undrafted free agent out of Oklahoma State made a poor decision. And not on the field. He was caught on video trying to sneak a woman into his hotel room, per Tom Pelissero of The NFL Network. The woman was wearing #Seahawks gear in an attempt to disguise her as a player, I’m told. It did...
    Getty Seahawks released FIU's Anthony Jones who is related to Dalvin Cook. The Seattle Seahawks announced they have released running back Anthony Jones and cornerback Brian Allen. The Seahawks made headlines after the draft by signing Jones as an undrafted free agent who is Vikings’ Dalvin Cook’s uncle, per NFL.com’s Chase Goodbread. The former Florida International running back has an inspiring story as Jones survived a shooting and went on to continue his college football career. Allen spent the majority of last season on the Seahawks practice squad. Neither player was expected to make a significant impact this season, but the moves mean the Seahawks have three additional open roster spots. With all of the rumors connected...
    Getty The Seahawks made an enormous transfer to amass cornerback Quinton Dunbar. Only a day after Quinton Dunbar was not charged for any involvement in a theft, the Seattle Seahawks nook has been faraway from the NFL’s Commissioner Exempt Listing. This makes the cornerback instantly eligible to report back to Seahawks coaching camp, and it doesn’t seem that he’ll face additional self-discipline from the league. Sports activities Illustrated’s Corbin Smith reported that Dunbar plans to fly into Seattle this weekend and can begin the COVID-19 testing in hopes of practising as quickly as attainable. “Supply signifies Dunbar will likely be flying to Seattle this weekend, will begin testing protocol upon arrival with...
    Getty The Seahawks acquired former Redskins' cornerback Quinton Dunbar. Just a day after Quinton Dunbar was not charged for any involvement in a robbery, the Seattle Seahawks corner has been removed from the NFL’s Commissioner Exempt List. This makes the cornerback immediately eligible to report to Seahawks training camp, and it does not appear that he will face further discipline from the league. Sports Illustrated’s Corbin Smith reported that Dunbar plans to fly into Seattle this weekend and will start the COVID-19 testing in hopes of practicing as soon as possible. “Source indicates Dunbar will be flying to Seattle this weekend, will start testing protocol upon arrival with hopes of being able to practice next week,”...
    Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll sounds open to signing Antonio Brown. The Seahawks have long been rumored to be one of the teams interested in the disgraced NFL receiver, who was recently hit with an eight game suspension without pay for multiple violations of league policy. Now, Carroll has opened up a little bit on the idea, and he certainly didn’t rule it out. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football)   View this post on Instagram   A post shared by AB (@ab) on Jul 31, 2020 at 6:47pm PDT The Seahawks coach said the following about Brown, according to ESPN: What I’d say to you is what we always say because it’s...
    Jadeveon Clowney, Seattle Seahawks. Mandatory Credit: Rob Leiter/Getty Images The Seattle Seahawks made a transaction that essentially rules out the team re-signing Jadeveon Clowney. Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney banked on himself earning a lucrative contract for a team, but that’s yet to suffice a full four months on the open market. With each passing day, it appeared more and more likely that Clowney could eventually return to the Seattle Seahawks. If the Jamal Adams trade wasn’t convincing enough of the team moving on from the former first overall pick, they essentially solidified it by re-signing defensive end Branden Jackson to a one-year, team-friendly deal on Monday. The team released him over a week ago, but have now inked him to...
    Getty The Seahawks revealed how they landed Jamal Adams The Seattle Seahawks pulled off one of many largest trades of the NFL offseason, however it took months of negotiations to land Jamal Adams. Seahawks normal supervisor John Schneider mentioned the behind-the-scenes particulars of the commerce throughout an interview on The Peter King Podcast. Schneider famous his relationship with Jets normal supervisor Joe Douglas goes again to being with him on a scouting go to at Boise State on the identical day that Kam Chancellor ended his holdout in 2015 and the 2 mentioned how the Seahawks dealt with the state of affairs. Now, the roles have been reversed as Douglas had a...
    Getty The Seahawks revealed how they landed Jamal Adams The Seattle Seahawks pulled off one of the biggest trades of the NFL offseason, but it took months of negotiations to land Jamal Adams. Seahawks general manager John Schneider discussed the behind-the-scenes details of the trade during an interview on The Peter King Podcast. Schneider noted his relationship with Jets general manager Joe Douglas goes back to being with him on a scouting visit at Boise State on the same day that Kam Chancellor ended his holdout in 2015 and the two discussed how the Seahawks handled the situation. Now, the roles were reversed as Douglas had a Pro Bowl safety who wanted out of town. Schneider revealed...
    Getty Jamal Adams desires to retire with the Seattle Seahawks. If Jamal Adams’ Instagram posts didn’t give it away, the Professional Bowl security cemented his pleasure about being traded to the Seattle Seahawks throughout his first press convention with the staff. Adams was initially imprecise about his future when requested by the media noting issues would care for itself. Later, Adams was a bit bolder when requested once more, emphasizing that his plan was to retire with the Seahawks. “The plan is to retire right here,” Adams famous, per Seahawks.com. “That’s my plan. Clearly, these issues deal with themselves, all it’s a must to do is go on the sector and carry...
    Getty Jamal Adams wants to retire with the Seattle Seahawks. If Jamal Adams’ Instagram posts did not give it away, the Pro Bowl safety cemented his excitement about being traded to the Seattle Seahawks during his first press conference with the team. Adams was initially vague about his future when asked by the media noting things would take care of itself. Later, Adams was a bit bolder when asked again, emphasizing that his plan was to retire with the Seahawks. “The plan is to retire here,” Adams noted, per Seahawks.com. “That is my plan. Obviously, those things handle themselves, all you have to do is go on the field and perform, do the right things on and...
    Civil rights icon John Lewis will be buried Thursday in Atlanta with three former presidents in attendance McDonalds partners with Mayo Clinic for aid in coronavirus safety Full NFL Top 100 list: Heres who players voted as the best in the league Every year the NFL asks players (not all of them) to submit votes ranking the best of the best in their sport. Because everyone loves rankings and debating why one player is better than another, this list is always a topic of discussion. And because the players themselves voted, it adds an extra layer of intrigue because there's not a single writer you can direct your anger toward. Even going beyond the debates, there is some value...
    Getty Some across the NFL imagine the Seahawks gave up an excessive amount of within the commerce for Jamal Adams. There’s little disagreement that Jamal Adams is among the premier safeties within the league, however some are criticizing what the Seahawks gave up within the commerce with the Jets. NBC Sports activities’ Peter King reported that the overall feeling across the NFL is that the Seahawks gave up an excessive amount of for Adams. King cited a dialog he had with an nameless common supervisor who believes the Jets received the commerce. “I wouldn’t commerce two ones for a security,” the NFL GM defined. “Notably once you’ve obtained to pay the security...
    Getty Some around the NFL believe the Seahawks gave up too much in the trade for Jamal Adams. There is little disagreement that Jamal Adams is one of the premier safeties in the league, but some are criticizing what the Seahawks gave up in the trade with the Jets. NBC Sports’ Peter King reported that the general feeling around the NFL is that the Seahawks gave up too much for Adams. King cited a conversation he had with an anonymous general manager who believes the Jets won the trade. “I wouldn’t trade two ones for a safety,” the NFL GM explained. “Particularly when you’ve got to pay the safety a lot of money. I like what the...
    New York Jets newcomer Bradley McDougald goes on the recruiting trail By: Geoff Magliocchetti July 28, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesIf social media is to be trusted, Bradley McDougald is making sure he won’t be the only Seattle transplant with the 2020 New York Jets. Spoke to my boy @clownejd today, told me to the tell the @nyjets to come get him!! Let’s make it happen
    New York York Giants cornerback DeAndre Baker and Seattle Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar have both been placed on paid leave following their May arrests for armed robbery in Florida. As a league spokesman confirmed to the Daily Mail on Monday, a day before training camps open across the NFL, Baker and Dunbar were both placed on the commissioner's exempt list, which means they will not be reporting to work on Tuesday. The NFL Network's Ian Rapoport was the first to report the news. Players on the exempt list are paid, whereas an outright suspension would have cost them salary. Dunbar and Baker were arrested after allegedly stealing more than $70,000 in cash and jewelry at a party in Miramar, Florida...
    Jadeveon Clowney #90 and Bradley McDougald #30 of the Seattle Seahawks (Photo by Alika Jenner/Getty Images) Following the Seattle Seahawks trading for former Jet All-Pro Jamal Adams, are they out of the running for Jadeveon Clowney? Jadeveon Clowney has been one of the most intriguing free agents in the NFL this offseason. When healthy, everyone knows that Clowney is capable of being one of the best defensive ends in the league. Despite that fact, he still remains unsigned with training camp being so close to starting. Seattle made a splash to fortify its defense by trading for Jets safety Jamal Adams in exchange for draft picks and former starter Bradley McDougald. In the long term, Seattle will have to worry...
    The Seahawks made a huge move on Saturday in trading for safety Jamal Adams, but do they have another deal up their sleeve? Seattle has been trying to bring back pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney all offseason. The Seahawks traded for Clowney last year, and he played in 13 games for the franchise. He became a free agent after the season and still hasn’t decided on a new team. The Seahawks wanted to bring him back, but the move for Adams might have ended their pursuit. ESPN reporter Jeremy Fowler appeared on “SportsCenter” Sunday morning and explained why Clowney to Seattle is unlikely to happen. “(The Seahawks) flirted with bringing back Jadeveon Clowney, the free agent pass rusher, pretty much all offseason,” Fowler said. “But I’m...
    Jamal Adams is now a member of the Seattle Seahawks. The former Jets safety was traded to the Seahawks in exchange for Bradley McDougald and multiple draft picks. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) The Seahawks gave up their first round picks in 2021 and 2022 to get the NFL star. Trade: Jets deal Jamal Adams and 4th-round pick in 2022 To Seattle, in exchange for Bradley McDougald (safety), 1st-round pick in 2021, 3rd-round pick in 2021, and 1st-round pick in 2022, source tells ESPN. Deal is pending physicals. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 25, 2020 Well, Adams wanted to get the hell off of the Jets and now he’s done it. He gets...
    Jamal Adams, New York Jets. (Photo by Will Newton/Getty Images) Jamal Adams is partying after being traded to the Seattle Seahawks.A picture may be worth 1,000 words, but a video of Jamal Adams celebrating is worth 1,000,000. After three years of thriving in utter dysfunction, the two-time Pro Bowl safety will have himself a new NFL home in year four out of LSU. Adams was a First-Team All-Pro in the New York Jets secondary. Despite being a top-10 player in the league regardless of position, he often found himself perpetually quagmired in an organization that refuses to get out of its own way. Adams was traded to the Super Bowl-contending Seattle Seahawks ahead of the 2020 NFL season. He goes...
    Russell Wilson, Seattle Seahawks. (Photo by Patrick Smith/Getty Images) The Seattle Seahawks acquired the best safety in the game, and Russell Wilson is ready to work. It’s been a busy offseason for the Seattle Seahawks, and after failing to re-sign Jadeveon Clowney, the NFC West stalwarts have made a huge move on the defensive side of the football that could help them reclaim supremacy in the league’s most difficult division. Per a report from ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Seahawks acquired understandably upset New York Jets superstar safety Jamal Adams, sending two first-round picks to the beleaguered AFC East organization as part of the package. Seattle is getting a true game-changer at the back end of the defense, and Adams is...
    BREAKING: New York Jets trade Jamal Adams to the Seattle Seahawks By: Alexander Wilson July 25, 2020 Follow ESM On Social Facebook Twitter Youtube Flipboard Instagram ShareTweet0 SharesAccording to Brian Costello of the New York Post, the New York Jets are sending star safety Jamal Adams to the Seattle Seahawks. The Jets lose a massive piece in their secondary due to supposed ignorance from head coach Adam Gase. The jury is still out on that argument. Adams has made it clear he wants out of New York. Adams has been the star for the Jets’ defense the past three seasons, missing just two games in his career. In 2019, he was a first-team...
    Getty The Seattle Seahawks might begin the season with out Will Dissly. As Seattle Seahawks tight finish Will Dissly continues to recuperate from an Achilles damage, there seems to be some thought that the tight finish will start the season on the injured checklist. Throughout his newest Seahawks roster projections, ESPN’s Brady Henderson has Dissly beginning the season on the PUP checklist which might imply the tight finish would miss at the least the primary six weeks. “Will Dissly (Achilles) and fourth-round choose Colby Parkinson (foot) are candidates to start the season on the PUP and non-football damage checklist, respectively, which might assist Willson,” Henderson explains. The excellent news is the Seahawks...
    Getty The Seattle Seahawks could start the season without Will Dissly. As Will Dissly continues to recover from an Achilles injury, there appears to be some thought that the tight end will begin the season on the injured list. During his latest Seahawks roster projections, ESPN’s Brady Henderson has Dissly starting the season on the PUP list which would mean the tight end would miss at least the first six weeks. “Will Dissly (Achilles) and fourth-round pick Colby Parkinson (foot) are candidates to begin the season on the PUP and non-football injury list, respectively, which would help Willson,” Henderson explains. The good news is the Seahawks added a lot of depth at tight end over the...
    Michael Bennett has announced his retirement from the NFL after 11 seasons. The defensive end was a key part of the Seahawks team that won Super Bowl XLVIII six years ago and was named to three Pro Bowls. The 34-year-old spent last season with the Patriots and Cowboys, his four sacks with the latter taking him to 69.5 for his career.  MORE: What to know about NFL training camps in 2020 “Retiring feels a little like death of self, but I’m looking forward to the rebirth – the opportunity to reimagine my purpose,” Bennett wrote in an Instagram post. “I would like to thank my wife and children, who have sacrificed so much for me to succeed. I’m looking forward to supporting them...
    PITTSBURGH, PA - DECEMBER 30: Antonio Brown #84 of the Pittsburgh Steelers looks on during warmups prior to the game against the Cincinnati Bengals at Heinz Field on December 30, 2018 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images) The Seattle Seahawks are already set, which made their pursuit of Antonio Brown that much more puzzling. Former star NFL wide receiver Antonio Brown thought he won the lottery last September, as he created enough drama to force the now-Las Vegas Raiders to cut him so he could sign with the New England Patriots. That plan backfired quickly, as his stint with Tom Brady and Bill Belichick lasted one game before the team released him due to serious allegations of sexual...
    Getty Russell Wilson and many of the league's stars have a message for the NFL. Russell Wilson and several other Seattle Seahawks players have a message for the NFL with training camp just days away. Wilson was part of a coordinated effort by many of the top NFL players to send a message to the league about the lack of a clear health and safety plan amidst COVID-19. “I am concerned. My wife is pregnant,” Wilson tweeted. “@NFL Training camp is about to start.. And there’s still No Clear Plan on Player Health & Family Safety.
    SANTA CLARA, CA - NOVEMBER 11: Chris Carson #32 of the Seattle Seahawks in action during the game against the San Francisco 49ers at Levi's Stadium on November 11, 2019 in Santa Clara, California. The Seahawks defeated the 49ers 27-24. (Photo by Rob Leiter/Getty Images) The battle for the NFC West title will bring the Seahawks-49ers rivalry to an all-time high. In the quest for the No. 1. spot in the NFC, there is no better rivalry than the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers. Last season’s dramatic contests between the two teams left the Seahawks with plenty to prove, and the 49ers are desperate to stay on top after their runner-up finish at the Super Bowl. This duo...
    SEATTLE, WA - DECEMBER 29: Nick Bosa #97 of the San Francisco 49ers pressures Russell Wilson #3 of the Seattle Seahawks during the game at CenturyLink Field on December 29, 2019 in Seattle, Washington. The 49ers defeated the Seahawks 26-21. (Photo by Michael Zagaris/San Francisco 49ers/Getty Images) Three teams stand out atop the NFC in the San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks and New Orleans Saints. The NFC had five teams reach at least 10 wins in 2019. The New Orleans Saints, Green Bay Packers, and San Francisco 49ers all went 13-3 while the Seattle Seahawks went 11-5 and the Minnesota Vikings finished 10-6.
    Getty The Seahawks are one of the teams linked to Jamal Adams. The Seattle Seahawks have been linked to New York Jets safety Jamal Adams, and it is worth exploring what a potential trade would likely cost the franchise. ESPN 710 Seattle’s Jake Heaps suggested that the Jets want a “premium return” in exchange for Adams and estimated that the franchise will be looking for first and third-round picks as a starting point. “The Jets want premium return for Jamal Adams,” Heaps noted. “For me, I would absolutely give up that first-round pick. I think Jamal Adams is definitely that type of talent.” ESPN 710 Seattle’s John Clayton believes the Jets will also be looking at receiving...
    PHILADELPHIA, PA – JANUARY 05: David Moore #83 of the Seattle Seahawks runs with the ball during the NFC Wild Card game against the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field on January 5, 2020 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images) Who on the Seattle Seahawks will fly to another destination after the 2020 season? The Seattle Seahawks were one yard away from clinching the NFC West crown in last year’s regular season finale against the San Francisco 49ers. Even though they earned a playoff berth, the Seahawks were still a flawed team, and saw plenty of roster turnover this past offseason due to their limited amount of cap space. If they want to continue to contend for the...
    Tiffany Haddish Chops Off Her Hair on Instagram Live Asia Pacific stocks set to trade lower as WHO warns coronavirus deaths could start to rise again Watch: Bills TE Dawson Knox makes fantastic, over-the-shoulder catch on a Jet Ski Who needs actual practice? Buffalo Bills tight end Dawson Knox made an incredible, over-the-should catch of a pass from his former college QB at Ole Miss, Jordan Ta’amu. © USA TODAY USA TODAY Oh, did we neglect to mention the grab was made while Knox was pilot at Jet Ski? 4th of July weekend training
    Seattle Seahawks defensive back Quandre Diggs pinpointed one trait particular to Americans he believes is part of the reason the coronavirus has seen a resurgence in some states. Diggs has expressed worries about his home state of Texas re-opening too early amid the pandemic and expanded on what he believes is part of the reason for people to decide to re-open and brush off the recommended guidelines for dealing with the virus. CFL'S EDMONTON ESKIMOS TO KEEP NAME DESPITE PUBLIC PRESSURE “As a country, as a whole, I feel like we’re just a cocky country that feels like we’re invincible, but we have the most cases in the world,” Diggs told Sports Illustrated’s SeahawkMaven on Saturday. “At some point, we need...
    GLENDALE, ARIZONA - SEPTEMBER 29: Outside linebacker Jadeveon Clowney #90 of the Seattle Seahawks reacts on the field during the NFL game against the Arizona Cardinals at State Farm Stadium on September 29, 2019 in Glendale, Arizona. The Seahawks won 27 to 10. (Photo by Jennifer Stewart/Getty Images) If the Cleveland Browns add an edge rusher, it looks like it’ll be Jadeveon Clowney or no one. It’s past July 4 now, and Jadeveon Clowney remains available on the NFL free-agent market. The Cleveland Browns have lingered as a suitor and one that’s equipped to pay up to get him with over $37.2 million in cap space. If they want to add a defensive end, Everson Griffen also seems like a...
    Getty Antonio Brown needs to be paired with Russell Wilson for the Seattle Seahawks. Antonio Brown almost broke the web after posting a video of his exercise at Russell Wilson’s home. This prompted the Seattle Seahawks rumors to accentuate much more. NFL Community’s Mike Garafolo instructed Seattle 950 KJR that sources have knowledgeable him that Brown’s desire is to signal with the Seahawks. “When the Tampa Bay factor got here up the opposite day, I spoke to somebody near Antonio Brown and [I] mentioned all alongside I’ve been instructed the Tampa Bay factor shouldn’t be going to occur,” Garafolo famous. “And that individual mentioned, ‘All I do know is he needs to...
    Getty Antonio Brown wants to be paired with Russell Wilson for the Seattle Seahawks. Antonio Brown nearly broke the internet after posting a video of his workout at Russell Wilson’s house. This prompted the Seattle Seahawks rumors to intensify even more. NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo told Seattle 950 KJR that sources have informed him that Brown’s preference is to sign with the Seahawks. “When the Tampa Bay thing came up the other day, I spoke to someone close to Antonio Brown and [I] said all along I’ve been told the Tampa Bay thing is not going to happen,” Garafolo noted. “And that person said, ‘All I know is he wants to go to Seattle.’ Usually, I tell...
    Antonio Brown (pictured here wearing a Raiders hat five months after he was cut by the team) shared video of himself working out with Seahawks QB Russell Wilson Embattled NFL free agent Antonio Brown shared video of himself working out with Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson on Thursday following a report that Seattle is considering the 31-year-old wide receiver. 'Who would like to see this on Sundays?' Brown asked on Instagram. 'That was fun!' The footage shows Brown motioning to Willson's right side, running a corner route, and catching a touchdown pass from the seven-time Pro Bowler before breaking into a celebratory dance in the end zone. There were no defenders on the play, but Brown, who played in only one...
    The fates of two leading newspaper publishers are up in the air Thousands of Your Favorite Fast Food Locations Could Close Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is making a decided push for equality in the NFL About 10 years ago, when Pete Carroll wasn’t yet the Seahawks’ Super Bowl-winning coach (back then, he was still trying to shake the “Former NFL washout who left USC for another shot” label), he met performance coach and psychologist Michael Gervais — a meeting that led to Gervais’ involvement with the team. It has also let to a partnership between the two men that seeks to transcend sports and enter the world of the humanities. © USA TODAY USA TODAY Compete to Create:...
    Getty Eagles cornerback Sidney Jones makes some sense for the Seahawks. The Seattle Seahawks had a busy offseason enhancing their offensive line. ESPN’s Subject Yates famous that at one level 20 % of the Seahawks roster was offensive linemen. This quantity is down after the Seahawks launched Justin Britt and D.J. Fluker, however Seattle nonetheless has extra gamers than are going to have the ability to make the ultimate roster. Yates suggests the Seahawks commerce offensive lineman Ethan Pocic to the Eagles for cornerback Sidney Jones. The Eagles already sustained an enormous blow with starter Brandon Brooks out for the season with a torn Achilles and want so as to add depth...
    Getty Eagles cornerback Sidney Jones makes some sense for the Seahawks. The Seattle Seahawks had a busy offseason improving their offensive line. ESPN’s Field Yates noted that at one point 20 percent of the Seahawks roster was offensive linemen. This number is down after the Seahawks released Justin Britt and D.J. Fluker, but Seattle still has more players than are going to be able to make the final roster. Yates suggests the Seahawks trade offensive lineman Ethan Pocic to the Eagles for cornerback Sidney Jones. The Eagles already sustained a big blow with starter Brandon Brooks out for the season with a torn Achilles and need to add depth to the offensive line. The Seahawks’ secondary is...
    Getty Seahawks guard Ethan Pocic has played both left and guard in Seattle. The Eagles seem content to roll into training camp with a competition at right guard. Brandon Brooks is out for the year and not walking through that door. Matt Pryor appears to be the front-runner to win the job after getting ringing endorsements from both his head coach and a former Pro Bowl left tackle. However, there are a bevy of veteran offensive linemen available in free agency or in a trade. One of the newest names plays for the Seattle Seahawks. According to ESPN’s Field Yates, the Eagles should float around the idea of swapping Sidney Jones for Ethan Pocic. The long-time NFL Insider...
    Getty Peyton Manning brushed off the Seahawks during his free agency in 2012. Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll flew to Denver hoping to get a meeting with free-agent quarterback Peyton Manning. It was 2012 after Manning’s time with the Colts had come to a close, but the Seahawks were not on the list of teams to get an official visit from Manning. Carroll is not known to give up easily and thought he could create a meeting with Manning by coming to his location. Manning admitted to The Athletic that he left Carroll waiting on the tarmac. “Pete Carroll flew to Denver on the Seahawks’ plane and was at the Denver airport (before I left...
    Getty The Seahawks have been linked to both Antonio Brown and Josh Gordon. The speculation is increasing that the Seattle Seahawks will add another wide receiver to their roster. NFL Network’s Mike Garafolo reported that there is a “strong sense” the Seahawks will add either Antonio Brown or Josh Gordon. “Whether it’s Josh Gordon or Antonio Brown, there’s a strong sense the #Seahawks will eventually take a chance to upgrade at receiver,” Garafolo tweeted. This came after NFL Network’s Mike Silver noted that the Seahawks and Ravens are two teams with interest in adding Brown. The Ravens may not be as interested as it was originally thought. ESPN’s Josina Anderson added that Baltimore had not “earnestly discussed”...
    The Seattle Seahawks was founded in 1976 as the NFL’s 28th franchise. In its relatively short history, the Seahawks have appeared in three Super Bowls, which culminated in the franchise’s first win in 2013. Talk of adding an expansion team to the Pacific Northwest had been circulating for decades before Seattle was finally granted the franchise. The new team had no problem selling tickets in its first season, showcasing the demand for an NFL team in the region, but the Seahawks struggled early on, going 2-12 in their rookie season in the NFC. The following year the team moved to the AFC and while their record improved to 5-9, it wasn’t enough. The Seahawks saw true success under head coach...
    Counties where COVID-19 cases are growing fastest Bolton says he would consider testifying against Barr Seahawks, Ravens reportedly having ‘internal discussions’ about signing Antonio Brown Two big-time contenders with a hankering to acquire even more firepower are honing in on free-agent receiver Antonio Brown. So, which teams have interest in the four-time First-team All-Pro? © Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports Interest is believed to be growing in Antonio Brown among NFL teams. According to NFL.com’s Michael Silver, the Seattle Seahawks and Baltimore Ravens have had internal discussions about signing Brown. From earlier on @nflnetwork… the Seahawks and Ravens have had internal discussions about signing Antonio Brown. @MikeGarafolo pic.twitter.com/7a8tGD4ir5— Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) June 23, 2020 “Teams are sniffing around,” Silver said...
    The Baltimore Ravens and Seattle Seahawks are reportedly interested in signing Antonio Brown. According to Michael Silver, both teams have had “internal discussions” about signing the disgraced former Steelers star. The move comes after Brown got off with no prison time in his felony case down in Florida after allegedly attacking a moving truck driver. (RELATED: David Hookstead Is The True King In The North When It Comes To College Football) You can listen to his full comments below. From earlier on @nflnetwork… the Seahawks and Ravens have had internal discussions about signing Antonio Brown. @MikeGarafolo pic.twitter.com/7a8tGD4ir5 — Michael Silver (@MikeSilver) June 23, 2020 I honestly don’t know why any team would want anything to do with Antonio Brown. Sure, he’s been relatively under...
    Getty Russell Wilson pictured with spouse Ciara on the 2019 ESPYs. Russell Wilson and spouse Ciara have a ravishing waterfront home in Bellevue, Washington simply east of Seattle. Wilson can also be only a brief drive from the Seahawks’ observe facility in Renton, Washington. In response to The Seattle Instances, Wilson bought the house in 2015 for $6.eight million with taxes after signing his second NFL contract. Wilson and Ciara have a daughter Sienna and predict a child boy within the coming months. Ciara additionally has a son Future from a earlier relationship. Your complete household lives within the 10,700 square-foot home overlooking Lake Washington. The couple’s home consists of seven bedrooms,...
    Getty Ciara and Russell Wilson pictured on the 2018 NFL Honors. Russell Wilson obtained excessive reward from his spouse Ciara on Father’s Day who referred to as the Seahawks quarterback “essentially the most stunning man” in a prolonged Instagram publish. Ciara additionally praised Wilson’s dedication to being a father and the way he brings the youngsters “a lot consolation and pleasure.” “There’s not a second or day the place you don’t consider or embody our little ones,” Ciara defined on Instagram. “Your love for them brings my coronary heart a lot consolation and pleasure. You’re actually essentially the most stunning man and being I’ve ever recognized, and essentially the most stunning half...
    Getty Ciara and Russell Wilson pictured at the 2018 NFL Honors. Russell Wilson received high praise from his wife Ciara on Father’s Day who called the Seahawks quarterback “the most beautiful man” in a lengthy Instagram post. Ciara also praised Wilson’s commitment to being a father and how he brings the kids “so much comfort and joy.” “There’s not a moment or day where you don’t think of or include our little ones,” Ciara explained on Instagram. “Your love for them brings my heart so much comfort and joy. You are truly the most beautiful man and being I’ve ever known, and the most beautiful part about you, is the Father in you ❤️ Happy Fathers Day Honey...
    Getty Russell Wilson pictured with wife Ciara at the 2019 ESPYs. Russell Wilson and wife Ciara have a beautiful waterfront house in Bellevue, Washington just east of Seattle. Wilson is also just a short drive from the Seahawks’ practice facility in Renton, Washington. According to The Seattle Times, Wilson purchased the home in 2015 for $6.8 million with taxes after signing his second NFL contract. Wilson and Ciara have a daughter Sienna and are expecting a baby boy in the coming months. Ciara also has a son Future from a previous relationship. The entire family lives in the 10,700 square-foot house overlooking Lake Washington. The couple’s house includes seven bedrooms, 6.75 bathrooms, five fireplaces and a wine...
    Getty The Seahawks reportedly have an curiosity in bringing again Josh Gordon. Seattle Seahawks broad receiver Josh Gordon formally utilized for NFL reinstatement, and there are indicators that the wideout might stay within the Pacific Northwest. NFL Community’s Tom Pelissero reported that Gordon formally utilized for reinstatement on June 17 which is a number of months after information circulated that the receiver was eying a return. “Free-agent WR Josh Gordon submitted his letter making use of for reinstatement Wednesday, supply stated. Nonetheless solely 29, Gordon has been in Seattle, working routes and getting ready for his return. The hope is to get his indefinite suspension lifted in time for coaching camp,” Pelissero...
    Getty The Seahawks reportedly have an interest in bringing back Josh Gordon. Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Josh Gordon officially applied for NFL reinstatement, and there are signs that the wideout could remain in the Pacific Northwest. NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported that Gordon officially applied for reinstatement on June 17 which is a few months after news circulated that the receiver was eying a return. “Free-agent WR Josh Gordon submitted his letter applying for reinstatement Wednesday, source said. Still only 29, Gordon has been in Seattle, running routes and preparing for his return. The hope is to get his indefinite suspension lifted in time for training camp,” Pelissero explained on Twitter. The News Tribune’s Gregg Bell...
    Getty The Seahawks drafted Stanford tight finish Colby Parkinson within the fourth spherical. The Seattle Seahawks acquired some dangerous information after studying rookie tight finish Colby Parkinson sustained a damaged foot throughout an offseason exercise. NFL Community’s Ian Rapoport reported that Parkinson had surgical procedure to restore his foot on June 2. The Seahawks chosen Parkinson within the fourth spherical of the 2020 NFL draft. “Seahawks fourth-round choose TE Colby Parkinson suffered a damaged fifth metatarsal in his foot whereas working a route this offseason, supply stated,” Rapoport detailed on Twitter. “The Stanford product had surgical procedure on the Jones fracture on June 2 and has been in Seattle rehabbing the ailment.”...
    Getty The Seahawks drafted Stanford tight end Colby Parkinson in the fourth round. The Seattle Seahawks received some bad news after learning rookie tight end Colby Parkinson sustained a broken foot during an offseason workout. NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reported that Parkinson had surgery to repair his foot on June 2. The Seahawks selected Parkinson in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL draft. “Seahawks fourth-round pick TE Colby Parkinson suffered a broken fifth metatarsal in his foot while running a route this offseason, source said,” Rapoport detailed on Twitter. “The Stanford product had surgery on the Jones fracture on June 2 and has been in Seattle rehabbing the ailment.” This likely means that Parkinson will miss...
    Getty The Seahawks are on Jamal Adams list of preferred teams. Jets safety Jamal Adams officially wants out of New York, and the Seahawks are on the safety’s shortlist for a potential trade. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reported that Adams has seven teams on his list of preferred options: Ravens, Cowboys, Texans, Chiefs, Eagles, 49ers and Seahawks. This is not exactly how trades work as the Jets have the right to trade Adams to the team that offers them the best deal. Adams can significantly limit the Jets’ options by noting that he is unlikely to re-sign with certain teams. The Seahawks appear to be solid at both safety spots for this season, but Adams would be an...
    Getty The Seahawks reportedly have an interest in bringing back Josh Gordon. The Seattle Seahawks are still finding ways to put in work despite a global pandemic shutting down a good portion of the world. Bobby Wagner and D.K. Metcalf have been working out with a number of NFL players this offseason including Richard Sherman. This time, there was a new addition as Josh Gordon worked out with the trio as the video below from Seattle videographer Niko Carste shows. Back at it @TFordFSP @dkm14 @Bwagz @RSherman_25 @JOSH_GORDONXII pic.twitter.com/aqLjUJlflC — Niko Carste (@NikoCarste) June 16, 2020 Gordon remains suspended indefinitely by the NFL but has applied for reinstatement. The free-agent receiver has hinted on several occasions...