Seahawks news: Chris Carson working as No. 1 RB during training camp
Seattle Seahawks running back Chris Carson has been working as the No. 1 back thus far during the team's training camp practices.
2018 Seahawks Training Camp Playlist: Day 3
Check out songs played during the third practice of 2018 Seahawks training camp at Virginia Mason Athletic Center.
Seven Observations From Day 3 Of 2018 Seahawks Training Camp
Notes and quotes from the third day of Seahawks training camp.
Duane Brown "Immensely Grateful" For Multi-Year Contract Extension With Seahawks
Four-time Pro Bowl left tackle Duane Brown met with the media following Sunday's training camp practice to discuss his multi-year contract extension with the Seattle Seahawks.
Seahawks Sign Receivers Marvin Bracy & Malik Turner, Waive LS Tanner Carew & TE Kayaune Ross
The Seahawks added a pair of receivers, including a former Olympian, prior to Sunday's practice.
Seahawks training camp takeaways: Tedric Thompson impresses, Hawks add a pair of WRs
The Seahawks had their first padded practice of training camp Sunday, an afternoon that featured bright plays from second-year safety Tedric Thompson and some speaking time for left tackle Duane Brown.
Seahawks put on the pads for first time this camp | Seahawks | yakimaherald.com
RENTON — For the first time since the final game of the 2017 regular season, the Seahawks put some pads on Sunday for their third practice of training camp and
Analysis: Seahawks hit home run with Duane Brown extension
Though he's set to turn 33 years old next month, the Seattle Seahawks found great value in a long-term extension for tackle Duane Brown.
Seahawks sign former US Olympic sprinter Marvin Bracy | KIRO-TV
The Seattle Seahawks announced a number of roster moves Sunday, waiving long snapper Tanner Carew and tight end Kayaune Ross to make room for wide receivers Marvin Bracy and Malik Turner.
Could the Seattle Seahawks have a Saintsesque run game in 2018?
The Saints had two dominant running backs to help propel them back to the playoffs. Could something similar be brewing in Seattle?
Suh: Aaron Donald 'deserves more than what I got' - NFL.com
Ndamukong Suh once signed the richest contract ever for a defensive player, a 6-year, $114 million pact with $60 million guaranteed. He believes his new teammate should be paid even better.
Pederson: Carson Wentz shows few signs of past injury - NFL.com
All observers of Philadelphia Eagles training camp appear in lockstep: Carson Wentz looks so impressive in his rehab, it would be a surprise if he wasn't cleared to play Week 1.
Transactions roundup: Orleans Darkwa set to visit Colts - NFL.com
Ex-Giants running back Orleans Darkwa is headed to Indianapolis for a workout after Saturday's meet-and-greet with the Jets delivered no deal, a source told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Sam Darnold deal holdup hinges on forfeiture language - NFL.com
NFL Network's Michael Silver reported Sunday that the contract holdup between Gang Green and Sam Darnold's camp isn't based around "offsets or money payouts."
Antonio Brown to Dez Bryant: Come play with Steelers - NFL.com
Antonio Brown played Twitter recruiter on Sunday, imploring free-agent receiver Dez Bryant to join his wide receiving corps in Pittsburgh.
Browns owners: Now we'll see the real Hue Jackson - NFL.com
Hue Jackson's 1-31 mark over two seasons in Cleveland would have triggered the end for most NFL front men. Browns owners, though, decided to stick with their head coach despite the notorious results.
Wilks: Cards' starting QB job is Sam Bradford's to lose - NFL.com
The Cardinals have their passer of the future in Josh Rosen, but the job -- for now -- belongs to veteran Sam Bradford. First-year Arizona coach Steve Wilks made that clear Saturday.
Dalvin Cook feels ready to deliver a hit – ProFootballTalk
Vikings running back Dalvin Cook was given the green light for full practice heading into camp and he was feeling comfortable enough about his recovery from a torn ACL that he ditched his knee brace.
Carson Wentz, Clues and Philly’s Hunger for Another Super Bowl Run – ProFootballTalk
From the training camp trail—including stops to see the Eagles, Steelers, Jets and Ravens—Peter King’s latest Football Morning in America column covers: • Carson Wentz ... the clues that show whether he’ll be able to start the opening game for the defending Super Bowl champions. • Antonio Brown … the not-so-secret method to becoming the greatest receiver in the game. • The Jets ... and the challenge of changing the culture from losing to winning. • Joe Flacco ... and why practices actually matter to the veteran quarterback. • Thoughts, notes, opinions on social media use among players, the new market for offensive tackles, the Pat Mahomes hype machine and more. • Plus 10 things, factoids, beernerdness, coffeenerdness and a friendly golf bet between two head coaches and the on-field ramifications.