Following Third Mock Game, Seahawks Ready to Shift Into Regular Season Mode
Though the NFL didn't have any preseason games this year due to COVID-19, the Seahawks made the most of a training camp unlike any other by playing in three glorified scrimmages this month and will now shift their focus to the Falcons.
“I'd Be Lying To You If I Said I’m All Right”
Seahawks safety Jamal Adams on his fears as a Black man, and on what Pete Carroll’s support meant to him.
Seahawks Sign WR Lance Lenoir; Waive/Injured RB Patrick Carr
The Seahawks added receiver depth Monday, signing Lance Lenoir.
Monday Round-Up: Seahawks Legends Join "Building Black Wealth" Show For Black Business Month
In discussion with Seattle artist Draze, multiple Seahawks Legends discuss business ventures after football, their favorite Seahawks memories and more.
“Battling For Some Swag” & Other Takeaways From Sunday’s Mock Game
Notes and observations from Sunday’s mock game at the VMAC.
Four reasons why Seahawks will win Super Bowl LV: Russell Wilson finally has the skill players to unleash - CBSSports.com
Wilson and the Seahawks are primed for a monster season
Seattle Seahawks betting preview: All up to Russell Wilson | Las Vegas Review-Journal
Seattle has made the playoffs in seven of the quarterback’s eight seasons, but it has not advanced past the divisional round since 2014.
Clayton: Seahawks played right cards to reunite with WR Paul Richardson
The Seahawks brought back Paul Richardson over the weekend, and it appears patience paid off for GM John Schneider at the wide receiver position.
Which two position groups are the thinnest on the Seahawks' roster?
Do the Seahawks have depth issues heading into the 2020 season? Former NFL Brock Huard sees key positions on both sides of the ball as problematic.
Matt Nagy will announce Bears starting QB before opener
After leading reporters to believe he would not announce a starting quarterback before the season opener, Chicago coach Matt Nagy said Monday he will decide between Nick Foles and Mitch Trubisky ahead of Week 1 action.
Chargers safety Derwin James needs surgery; out for year
Chargers safety Derwin James will need meniscus surgery and will miss the 2020 season, as he'll be out six to eight months, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Reid, Veach finalizing 6-year deals with Chiefs
After a Super Bowl run, the Chiefs are ensuring their head coach Andy Reid and general manager Brett Veach will be around through the 2025 season, Tom Pelissero reported.
NFL taking over investigation of Washington Football Team
The league informed Washington Football Team owner Daniel Snyder it is taking over the investigation into alleged workplace issues reported by The Washington Post.
NFL adds shorter re-test window to COVID-19 protocols
With less than two weeks left before the start of the regular season, the NFL on Monday sent its 32 clubs updated COVID-19 protocols. The most notable is a change that allows team personnel with a preliminary positive tests to return quicker if follow-up
State of the Franchise: Bills poised to take next step, win AFC East
The Buffalo Bills are poised to establish themselves as the team to beat in the AFC East, but how will they handle the pressure that comes with being at the top? Adam Rank sets the table for the franchise heading into the 2020 season.
NFL training camp winners/losers: Philip Rivers-T.Y. Hilton bromance blooming; Le'Veon Bell-Jets divorce looming?
With Week 1 right around the corner, Gregg Rosenthal rounds up the winners and losers from NFL training camp. Is Le'Veon Bell a lock to open this season on the Jets?