While Seahawk Richard Sherman stays silent, brother says he doesn’t want to leave Seattle | The Seattle Times
His brother speaking for him was the latest twist in the increasingly odd Richard Sherman-trade saga.
Seahawks general manager John Schneider has “had dialogue” with Oakland’s GM about Marshawn Lynch returning--as a Raider | The News Tribune
On the day Marshawn Lynch reportedly met at Raiders headquarters with that team’s leaders -- and a movie about him growing up in Oakland was set to premiere there -- the Seahawks’ general manager said he’s talked his Oakland counterpart about the retired running back un-retiring.
Seahawks not posturing, appear willing to trade Richard Sherman - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
General manager John Schneider not only didn't step away from talk of potentially dealing Richard Sherman, he upped the ante on it.
John, Traci Schneider Preview Sixth Annual Prime Time Celebrity Waiter Dinner To Raise Funds For Autism Treatment | Seattle Seahawks
On 710 ESPN Seattle, Seahawks GM John Schneider and his wife, Traci, discussed their upcoming “Prime Time” celebrity waiter event to raise money for Ben’s Fund.
Looking at a scenario where Seattle goes EDGE early | Seahawks Draft Blog
It was at least a little bit interesting last week when Pete Carroll suddenly added 'pass rusher' to the list of possible draft options for the Seahawks.
Podcast Player - Seahawks GM John Schneider on the Richard Sherman situation, autism support
Seahawks general manager John Schneider joins "Brock and Salk" to talk about the work he and his wife Traci do to support local families with autistic children. Schneider also talks about the situation with cornerback Richard Sherman, saying, â€œWhat youâ€™ve seen lately in the news is real."
How does this year's draft compare to last year's? What can the Huskies expect in 2017 for wide receiver Dante Pettis? How much of an advantage do the Seahawks have in their scouting of Washington safety Budda Baker?
Seahawks general manager John Schneider joins "Brock and Salk" to talk about the work he and his wife Traci do to support local families with autistic children. Schneider also talks about the situation with former Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who's reportedly considering a comeback.
Injuries have prevented two potential first-round picks from making their cases in front of teams
In this iteration, two running backs go in the first round, but neither is named Leonard Fournette
Eddie Lacy is moving to Seattle and has some housekeeping to do. How he plans to declutter his life and give back to the Green Bay community.
Marshawn Lynch is close to returning to football. During his visit with the Raiders on Wednesday, Lynch told the team that he intends to un-retire and play football again.
Transactions roundup: Ego Ferguson fails physical - NFL.com
It turns out Ego Ferguson isn't headed to Green Bay after all. The defensive end's addition via waiver claim has been nixed due to a failed physical, according to the league's transaction wire.
Scandrick: Romo will be 'brutally honest' as analyst - NFL.com
Is CBS taking an ill-advised gamble in handing Tony Romo the coveted lead analyst position held by just four men (Pat Summerall, Tom Brookshier, John Madden and Phil Simms) since the 1960s?
NFC South Offseason Overhaul: Buccaneers strike gold - NFL.com
Atlanta ruled the NFC South in 2016, but is Tampa Bay a threat to the crown after signing Chris Baker and DeSean Jackson? Chris Wesseling studies offseason developments in the division.