Seahawks Awarded Two Third-Round Compensatory Draft Picks; Draft Order Now Set | Seattle Seahawks
The NFL announced 2017 compensatory picks Friday, and the Seahawks were given two third-round picks, numbers 102 and 106 overall.
Clayton on five possible Seahawks moves: No sense in spending big on Adrian Peterson, Jamaal Charles
John Clayton writes about the possibility of the Seahawks going after Adrian Peterson or Jamaal Charles in free agency, contending that it would only make sense at a significantly reduced price.
Thiel: Seahawks could use a little grizzle in ’17 | Sportspress Northwest
Both offensive tackles from the Seahawks' Super Bowl champion team, Russell Okung and Breno Giacomini, will be available in free agency. Time to go back to the future? Sure. Or do you want a repeat of '16?
The Seahawks enter the offseason again considered one of the favorites for the Super Bowl, currently listed at 15-1 to win it all next February in Minneapolis, the fifth-best odds in the NFL. But they also enter the offseason in a seemingly more precarious state since 2012.
Before we get onto the big news today, I recorded a podcast with the UK Seahawkers this week. You can listen below. We get into a ton of combine related
Gee Scott caught up with Seahawks wide receiver and local product Jermaine Kearse to talk about dealing with doubts after last season and much more ... after a grueling spin class.
Bill Barnwell of ESPN joins John Clayton to discuss five moves the Seahawks could make this offseason. They also discuss the rest of the NFC West.
Should the Seahawks draft for need or for want? Which former Seahawks left tackle would Gee Scott rather have back: Russell Okung or Breno Giacomini? Which of the last four offseasons have the Seahawks been most prepared to make a splash in free agency?
For the most part, the Friday Tom Coughlin process was quintessential Tom Coughlin. Direct. Candid but guarded, and candid about being guarded. On one of the first questions, however, Coughlin was asked a direct question and evaded it.
Although the question of whether the Vikings cut running back Adrian Peterson won't affect the amount of the franchise tag applicable to Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell, there's another development that will: Not using the franchise tag at all.
Larry Fitzgerald, the reigning co-winner of the Walter Payton Man of the Year Award, was unable to contain his disappointment about the Cardinals playing in the annual Hall of Fame Game.
Tom Brady winning his fifth Super Bowl title all but ended any serious debate about who is the greatest QB of all-time. Even Packers star Aaron Rodgers won't ignore the truth.
Josh Doctson missed much of the 2016 season with an Achilles tendon injury. He showed progress of a recovery on Friday as he posted videos of himself doing football drills on his social media.
Rex and Rob Ryan are enjoying their time off from coaching. The two were spotted at Yankees training camp Friday in Tampa. Unsurprisingly, Rex is rocking a baseball-themed novelty shirt.
Earl Mitchell is signing with the San Francisco 49ers on a four-year deal worth $16 million, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported. Mitchell was released by the Miami Dolphins one week prior.