Seahawks Reflect On Social Justice Helmet Decals
Throughout the 2020 season, Seahawks players chose to represent social justice initiatives and honor victims of racism and police brutality with helmet decals to show their support.
Celebrating Resilience – Seahawks Vice President of Player Engagement Maurice Kelly
Maurice Kelly is responsible for providing club personnel, players and families with programs that foster personal and professional growth while serving as a conduit between players and management. Experiences from his childhood growing up in the south pr
Friday Round-Up: Seahawks Grab Four of the NFL’s Top 100 Catches of 2020
Tyler Lockett and David Moore appeared in the NFL’s Top 100 catches of the 2020 season.
Bumpus: Seahawks WRs likely concerned with Russell Wilson situation
The Seahawks have a situation at hand with QB Russell Wilson. Michael Bumpus breaks down why Seattle’s receivers likely are a bit worried.
What Russell Wilson trade ‘demands’ mean for Seattle Seahawks
A closer look at Seattle Seahawks’ quarterback Russell Wilson’s current state with the team and the realities he’ll be traded this offseason.
Seahawks’ new offensive coordinator: “Preparing for whole life.” | KOMO
Seattle – A saying among football fans is, the most popular person on a football team is often the second-string quarterback who has a perfect record because he never plays. Also the least popular person on a team is often the offensive coordinator, who is judged only on the last play he called. Enter Shane Waldron, the latest offensive coordinator of the Seattle Seahawks. The fourth to have the job since Pete Carroll was hired as Seahawks head coach in 2010.
Wyman: If Seahawks spend money on OL, it should be for Corey Linsley
The Seahawks have two positions on their O-line to take care of this offseason. Dave Wyman explains why they should make a splash at center.
Seahawks should push to get defensive tackle Jurrell Casey
Like every NFL team, the Seahawks could use another quality defensive lineman. Jurrell Casey was released by the Denver Broncos. Seattle should sign him.
Texans release RB Duke Johnson, OL Nick Martin
The Texans created some cap room Friday. They released RB Duke Johnson and OL Nick Martin, bringing them to about $20 million in space with the cap projected near the stated floor of $180 million.
Seahawks LB K.J. Wright: Russell Wilson ‘isn’t going anywhere’
Linebacker K.J. Wright wants to stay in Seattle and he wants — and believes — Russell Wilson will be back, as well.
Giants OT Nate Solder intends to play this year following 2020 opt-out
Nate Solder has made a decision about his future. The Giants will have to make one about it, too. After opting out of the 2020 season because of family concerns amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the veteran tackle told ESPN that he intends to play this year.
Art Rooney II: Steelers want Ben Roethlisberger deal done by March 17
Steelers president Art Rooney II spoke publicly this week of Pittsburgh’s approach to getting this whole contract thing figured out with quarterback Ben Roethlisberger.
Key Patriots opt-outs Dont’a Hightower, Patrick Chung, Marcus Cannon set to return in 2021
New England is set to welcome back three significant players who opted out of the 2020 season due to the COVID-19 pandemic — linebacker Dont’a Hightower, safety Patrick Chung and offensive tackle Marcus Cannon — NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport re
Sean McVay: Rams’ Cam Akers is ‘an every-down back’
The Rams look a whole lot different than they did a little over a year ago, and their on-the-fly transition might have a new mascot in Cam Akers.