Jermaine Kearse's 15 To 1 Foundation Partners With USO Northwest To Expand Efforts In Military Community | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks receiver Jermaine Kearse announced plans to expand his military community efforts in a new partnership with USO Northwest.
John And Traci Schneider To Host Sixth Annual Prime Time Dinner To Benefit Ben’s Fund | Seattle Seahawks
John and Traci Schneider preview Thursday night's Prime Time celebrity waiter event, which raises money for Ben's Fund and Families for Effective Autism Treatment of Washington.
2017 NFL Draft Preview: Do The Seahawks Need More Depth At Receiver? | Seattle Seahawks
Where the Seahawks stand at receiver heading into the draft, as well as a look at some of the top prospects in this year's draft class.
A look at the Seahawks' offensive line with Garry Gilliam departing
Garry Gilliam's departure to San Francisco as a restricted free agent invites an updated look at where things stand along the Seahawks' offensive line.
Podcast Player - Have the Seahawks empowered their players too much?
What does a recent tweet from former Seahawks tackle Garry Gilliam show about one of his challenges? Are the inmates running the asylum, so to speak, with the Seahawks? Which member of the Huskies isn't being talked about enough?
If red flags weren't an issue, how high would Joe Mixon and Tim Williams go? Now we know the answer
You know Bill Belichick sits at the top of the coaching profession, but who slots in at No. 2?
The Cleveland Browns took the draft by storm last year by swapping the second-overall pick for a bushel of selections. This year, the Browns don't sound ready to organize another blockbuster deal.
Colin Kaepernick and Jay Cutler aren't the only borderline starting QBs still in search of a job. Ryan Fitzpatrick said early this week that he's working out and excited for his next opportunity.
The Cleveland Browns are taking a quarterback in next week's draft. We don't know what round -- or who it will be -- but it's happening. That means the end of Brock Osweiler, right? Not quite.
Tony Romo might have taken his job in the booth next to Jim Nantz, but Phil Simms will remain at CBS. The network announced Wednesday that Simms will move to The NFL Today show as a studio analyst.
On the heels of a breakout 2016 campaign in which he tallied 1,007 yards on 77 receptions, Terrelle Pryor said this week that he "should have had 1,500 yards" in his first season as a full-time WR.