No Seahawks receiver consistently emerged behind Doug Baldwin in 2016. What to do in 2017? | The Seattle Times
Doug Baldwin was a standout all season. But injuries, inconsistency and youth hobbled the rest of Seattle's receiving corps in 2016.
Do the Seattle Seahawks regret making the Jimmy Graham trade?
The Seattle Seahawks were eliminated from playoff contention prior to the Super Bowl for a consecutive and it's fair to ask, has the Graham trade worked?
Seahawks draft target: Dante Barnett, S, Kansas State
Profile of potential Seattle Seahawks draft target Dante Barnett. The safety from Kansas State would solve Seattle's depth issues at the position.
Seahawks’ Thomas Rawls enjoys first meal of the offseason | Seahawks Wire
Find out what Seattle Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls ate right after the season ended.
Has Seahawks CB Richard Sherman Lost A Step?
Sherman was named to his fourth consecutive Pro Bowl, but wasn't named Associated Press First-Team All-Pro for the second consecutive...
Comparing mocks: Daniel Jeremiah & Mel Kiper | Seahawks Draft Blog
Yesterday both Daniel Jeremiah (NFL.com) and Mel Kiper (ESPN) posted mock drafts.
Versatility, patience, great run-blocking ... Bell has the pieces in place to succeed in any matchup
If the Falcons are going to reach the Super Bowl, they'll need to knock Aaron Rodgers around
If Saturday's roster move was any indication, it's unlikely we'll see at least one of Green Bay's injured wideouts on Sunday. The Packers promoted wide receiver Max McCaffrey to the active roster.
Behind every great quarterback, there is an offensive line willing and able to protect him. So it's no surprise that Aaron Rodgers' out-of-pocket magic is the product of Green Bay's big uglies.
Five years after earning NFL Executive of the Year honors and one year after signing a contract extension, Ryan Grigson is out as Colts general manager. Chris Wesseling looks at what went wrong.
Indianapolis Colts coach Chuck Pagano is no longer "contractually tied" to general manager Ryan Grigson. But where does that leave the future of the coach under a new general manager?