Updated mock draft: 21st April | Seahawks Draft Blog
This is the penultimate projection this year. I'll post my final mock on Wednesday and submit it to the Huddle Report for scoring. Again it's a full
Why Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider was scouting a top draft QB | The News Tribune
The Seahawks' GM shares a lesson he got in the 2005 draft as the Packers' top personnel assistant as the reason he was scouting Allen last month even though Seattle's got Russell Wilson.
O'Neil: Seahawks could pay closer attention to players' expiration dates
There's an argument to be made that after five years, some players -- not all -- may not be suited to be in head coach Pete Carroll's system with the Seahawks.
Expect Seattle Seahawks to add offensive linemen at NFL draft | The News Tribune
The Seahawks have questions at four of their five spots on the offensive line which means more guards and tackles could be taken at next week's NFL draft. New coach Mike Solari also brings a new approach to drafting linemen. Potential targets include Brett Toth of Army, Alex Cappa of Humboldt State.
No reason for the Seahawks to release Malik McDowell yet
In the dark cloud hovering over Malik McDowell and the Seahawks, there is a silver lining. It may be just a sliver, but at this point anything is positive.
Why GM John Schneider’s comments make Seahawks trading Earl Thomas much less likely
With Seahawks general manager John Schneider saying he's been told Earl Thomas won't be traded, Danny, Dave and Moore discussed what that means going forward for the two sides.
2018 NFL Draft Preview: Do The Seahawks Need To Address Cornerback Early?
Where the Seahawks stand at cornerback heading into the draft, as well as a look at some of the top prospects in this year's draft class.
3 late-round NFL Draft prospects Seahawks should target | FanRag Sports
Seattle Seahawks day-three selections are appointment television for April 28, as they are every year. No team finds more studs in the final four rounds of the draft and in undrafted free agency than Seattle, so analysts will undoubtedly be waiting to make more proclamations on John Schneider's day-three draft class
Amnesty International gives Colin Kaepernick its Ambassador of Conscience Award – ProFootballTalk
Colin Kaepernick knew that taking a stand would negatively impact his football career. He did it anyway. On Saturday, Amnesty International recognized his sacrifice by giving him the Ambassador of Conscience Award.
Alleged victim in Reuben Foster case could be planning to refuse to cooperate – ProFootballTalk
Most domestic violence cases ultimately hinge on the willingness of the alleged victim to cooperate. In the case involving 49ers linebacker Reuben Foster, some are speculating that the alleged victim will not be cooperating.
Sam Darnold could be the sixth USC player drafted first overall – ProFootballTalk
No college has produced more than five first overall picks in the NFL draft. But if the Browns take Sam Darnold first overall on Thursday night, he'll be the sixth No. 1 pick from USC. Southern Cal is one of three schools to have five first overall draft picks.
Greg Hardy to get a fight in the UFC – ProFootballTalk
Greg Hardy has been shunned by the NFL, but he's not done competing as a professional athlete. Hardy, who has beaten three overmatched opponents in amateur mixed martial arts fights, will have his next fight in MMA's major league, the UFC.
Jets pick up Leonard Williams' fifth-year option - NFL.com
The New York Jets announced Saturday morning that they are picking up defensive lineman Leonard Williams' fifth-year option.
Chiefs GM Brett Veach: Reggie Ragland 'can be a star' - NFL.com
The Chiefs will have somewhat of a new-look defense next season, with several big names departing. GM Brett Veach doesn't seem worried with Reggie Ragland and Anthony Hitchens roaming at linebacker.