Seattle Seahawks Training Camp
Seattle Seahawks training camp information and articles from SB Nation's Field Gulls.
A fan favorite undrafted wide receiver has finally made the Seahawks roster.
Jake Bobo is here to stay, but who else made their presence felt in the final game of the preseason?
The Seahawks couldn’t come away with the victory against the Packers Saturday, while also potentially losing two key special teams contributors to injury.
After not doing much of anything for most of the first half, DeeJay Dallas set things up for Lock and Bobo to knock ‘em down.
It’s the last Seahawks game that won’t count for the next five months, and there are plenty of things to watch for.
Just two days after signing DaMarcus Mitchell, Seattle has reportedly already moved on, but has added the NCAA record holder for kickoff return touchdowns in his place.
The former UDFA from Purdue made the roster as a rookie in 2022, but was waived Tuesday and is now set to join the Seahawks.
It’s the preseason, and that means it’s time to look forward to the Seahawks regular season with hope and optimism.
Ken Walker, Olu Oluwatimi, and Jon Rhattigan are in, Tre Brown, Jonathan Sutherland, and Matt Landers are out.
The competition for the fourth and fifth wide receiver spots on the Seahawks will be tight, and a pair of key names to watch returned to practice Tuesday.
Brooks is off the PUP list following his torn ACL in January.
Familiarize yourself with the Seahawks roster as training camp begins.
Witherspoon won’t play in Thursday’s preseason opener against the Minnesota Vikings.
Waived when the Dolphins signed Da’Shawn Hand, Montalvo brings another big body to the defensive line.
The Seahawks most expensive new guy seems to be fitting in nicely.
Could Joey Blount’s injury open the door for UDFA safety Jonathan Sutherland to make the 53-man roster?
The lineups for Tuesday may hint at who won’t play on Thursday.
Watch and discuss the sixth day of 2023 Seahawks training camp public practices right here!
Bill Barnwell of ESPN projects the second year play will continue to improve after a solid rookie season
The rookie pass rusher from Auburn is showing why the team made him a second-round pick.
Few rookies in starting spots, unlike last year.
A double dose of good news on the injury front for the Seahawks.
Just days after waiving the former Browns DT, the Seahawks are reportedly bringing him back.
The Seahawks’ wide receiver depth could get even thinner.
An unfortunately abrupt end to the season for Andre Whitaker.
Things are far from settled, but we got some clues on Friday as to who is in line to start as we approach the preseason
How much, if any, time McIntosh might miss will be crucial in his development, especially while extra practice reps are available as Ken Walker continues to recover.