Defensive Swagger & Other Observations From Practice No. 10 Of Seahawks Training Camp
Notes & observations from the Seahawks’ 10th practice of 2020 training camp.
More Mature But With “A Lot Left In The Tank,” Bruce Irvin Relishing Return To Seahawks
Linebacker Bruce Irvin has grown up as a man since he joined the Seahawks in 2012, but he hasn’t lost the explosive athleticism that made him a first-round pick.
Branden Jackson Back With Team & Other Seahawks Injury Updates From Pete Carroll
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll provided an update Monday on defensive end Branden Jackson, who left Saturday’s mock game in an ambulance.
Monday Round-Up: DK Metcalf Predicted To Make Biggest Leap Among Second-Year WRs
Metcalf was among the best rookie wide receivers last season, but he’ll look to separate himself in Year 2.
Seahawks rookie who was released after sneaking visitor into team hotel apologizes to Seattle coaches, execs - CBSSports.com
Kemah Siverand was an undrafted rookie attempting to make the cornerback depth chart
Ex-Seahawks rookie CB Kemah Siverand apologizes for hotel guest sneak
Former Seahawks rookie cornerback Kemah Siverand issued a public apology for what he called an "inexcusable" mistake after he tried to sneak a woman into the team's hotel. He has since been released.
Seahawks training camp: Jake Heaps' top 5 observations after mock game
With Seahawks training camp in full swing and a mock game under Seattle's belt, what stands out to Jake Heaps? He shared five thoughts Monday.
Seahawks Hopeful P.J. Johnson Can Bolster Defensive Line Rotation
Seeking depth at defensive tackle, the Seahawks opted to bypass more notable veteran free agents at the position to instead sign Johnson, who has been a pleasant surprise in his first week with the team.
Waived CB apologizes to SEA for violating team rules
Eleven days after making headlines for attempting to sneak a woman into the team facility, rookie CB Kemah Siverand issued an apology to the Seahawks, who cut him on Aug. 13 for violating team rules.
Broncos rookie Jerry Jeudy not worried about lack of practice time
Jerry Jeudy's first NFL game is less than three weeks away but the rookie feels prepared.
Commissioner reaffirms 'support' of players who kneel
When asked in the second part of his interview on Emmanuel Acho's Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man
Packers 'deeply troubled' by Wisconsin police shooting
The Green Bay Packers said in a statement Monday they were
2020 NFL training camp's early winners and losers: Raiders rookies shining bright, A.J. Green can't get right
After the first full week of padded practice, Gregg Rosenthal spotlights winners and losers at training camps across the NFL.
Zero players tested positive for COVID-19 from Aug. 12-20
The NFL provided very encouraging update to its COVID-19 testing. Dr. Allen Sills, the NFL's chief medical officer, announced Monday that from Aug. 12-20 there were 58,397 COVID-19 tests administered, including 23,260 to players. Zero players tested posi