Seahawks 16 for ’16: How will Jeremy Lane respond to first big payday of NFL career? | The Seattle Times
Lane, who has six career NFL starts, received a four-year, $23 million contract in March that included $11 million guaranteed. He will take over the starting job at right cornerback, opposite Richard Sherman.
The NFL’s best quarterbacks: Russell Wilson, Seahawks
Wilson proved down the stretch last season that there are only so many ways to defend him.
Pretty much everyone likes dogs. That includes Seattle Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright, who is speaking up as part of a public campaign...
Today we continue our Seahawks watch series examining critical players heading into the 2016 season. Last week it was about a comeback campaign...
The Seahawks have one of the game's best starting under center in fifth-year pro Russell Wilson, but the backup quarterback spot is far less settled heading into training camp.
Earlier this week Seahawks punter Jon Ryan was a guest on a new show called Don't Quit Night Job, hosted by comedian Andrew Rivers.
Packers receiver Jordy Nelson is doing well 11 months after tearing his ACL in a preseason game. Nelson is "well ahead of the curve in his rehabilitation," according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
Odell Beckham Jr. didn't stop at naming someone other than Josh Norman the best corner in the league. He went directly at his rival, saying Norman joining the Redskins was a "smart business move."
The Cowboys, Raiders, Colts and Bolts -- yes, the Chargers -- look primed to rise
Who's the most overhyped player in the NFL? It's a Seahawk, but not who you think
We were overdue for another bizarre, strangely endearing Ricky Williams story. The former NFL running back recently shared some information about the time he almost changed his name.
Around The NFL's Dan Hanzus watched all 27 minutes and 42 seconds of "Barbershop Talk" with Russell Wilson, a video uploaded to his official Facebook page Tuesday. Here are the top 10 lines.
Julian Edelman is rehabbing his second foot surgery in less than a year, but his work at Fenway Park serves as an indication his recovery is headed in the right direction.
Arizona Cardinals wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald has no idea when he will retire. The wideout believes he can still play at an elite level.
Brock and Salk discuss what element of the 2016 Seahawks they're most excited about. Is it the team's physical nature? The next step in Russell Wilson's evolution? Then, Lookout Landing's Meg Rowley joins Danny, Dave and Moore to talk all things Mariners. How important is the next week and a half for the M's?