Seattle Seahawks to meet with Michael Bennett's agent about a new deal - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Michael Bennett, who has two years left on his deal, is seeking a two- to three-year extension. Will the Seahawks oblige the defensive lineman?
Podcast Player - 7-25 Morning Blitz
Bob, Groz and Tom discuss the recent assertion by one sportswriter that Kam Chancellor is "overrated." Is there any truth to his claim? Is Kam one of the hardest-hitting defensive backs in recent history? Then, Ross Tucker of NBCSN and Sirius XM joins Danny and Salk to discuss all things Seahawks. What does he make of Seattle's running game prospects in the post-Marshawn era? Which players will have a breakout season? Why is Michael Bennett criminally underpaid?
Seattle Seahawks give contract extension to general manager John Schneider; coach Peter Carroll likely to follow as training camp opens July 30 | The News Tribune
Training camp begins for the Seattle Seahawks on Saturday morning at team headquarters in Renton. The league is full of contract talk. Negotiations. Signings. Rumored negotiations for hypothesized signings. General manager John Schneider’s five-year contract extension was first with coach Pete Carroll’s extension to likely follow.
Podcast Player - Joe Buck on the Seahawks organization
Because everybody loves some Joe Buck commentary
Depth and flexibility highlight a cornerback unit that will be one of the most competitive position groups on the team.
What has been John Schneider's best move as the Seahawks' general manager? Which of Brock's former teammates were most different privately than they appeared publicly? What kind of shape is Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson in heading into training camp?
Seahawks fans came out in droves for the team's single-game ticket on-sale event at Seattle's CenturyLink Field.
Now Schneider is under contract with the Seahawks through the 2021 season. The deal is worth $3.75 million a year, which puts him close to...
The Packers quarterback is a big fan of the Sherriff
The NFL and NFL Players Association on Monday jointly announced new guidelines designed to probe and punish teams that violate the league's concussion protocol.
J.J. Watt just had his second surgery of the offseason, while Tony Romo broke his collarbone twice in 2015. NFL Nation goes team by team, detailing the injured players to watch in training camp.
Josh Gordon is getting another chance. The wide receiver will be reinstated and face a four-game suspension, NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reports.
After spending the 2015 season at home in retirement, Anthony Davis wants another shot. The veteran right tackle tweeted that he submitted his reinstatement letter to the NFL Monday.
In a letter posted to his official Twitter page, written on official J.J. Watt stationery, the Texans' star defensive player would like you all to know that he's doing fine following back surgery.
Junior Galette can't catch a break. The defensive end has again suffered a torn Achilles tendon and will miss the 2016 season, NFL Media's Rand Getlin reported.
Jacksonville general manager Dave Caldwell on Monday told reporters that first-round defensive back Jalen Ramsey will be full-go when the team opens camp on Thursday.
With Julian Edelman and Danny Amendola starting camp on the PUP list, first-time starter Jimmy Garoppolo will have to get familiar with a less-experienced group of receivers early on.