|Jul 13 2017 - Richard Sherman|
CB Richard Sherman declared NFL players need to be willing to strike in order to secure large guaranteed contracts like those being signed this offseason by NBA players. When asked by ESPN's Jalen Rose on Wednesday if NFL players would have to consider such a stance to get similar deals, Sherman was quick with a response. "Oh, 100 percent," said Sherman, who is also a member of the NFL Player Association's Executive Committee."If we want as the NFL, as a union, to get anything done, players have to be willing to strike. That's the thing that guys need to 100 percent realize. You're going to have to miss games, you're going to have to lose some money if you're willing to make the point, because that's how MLB and NBA got it done. They missed games, they struck, they flexed every bit of power they had, and it was awesome. It worked out for them."
|Jun 7 2017 - Austin Davis|
QB Austin Davis was signed earlier this week to provide some competition for Trevone Boykin at backup quarterback behind Russell Wilson.
Davis visited the Seahawks over Memorial Day weekend before signing with the team Monday. Seattle also met with former San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick before electing to instead sign Davis. Boykin appeared in five games last year for Seattle and completed 13 of 18 passes for 145 yards with a touchdown and an interception. However, he was arrested twice earlier this offseason. Boykin was charged with public intoxication and marijuana possession after a car he was a passenger in backed into a bar in late March. He was arrested again for probation violation stemming from the same incident. Davis has appeared in 13 career games with 10 starts for the St. Louis Rams, Cleveland Browns and Denver Broncos. He's thrown for 2,548 yards with 13 touchdowns and 12 interceptions during his career.
|Jun 7 2017 - Shaquill Griffin|
CB Shaquill Griffin, a third-round pick, has already drawn praise from coach Pete Carroll for his ability to jump in and handle the basics of Seattle's press techniques. "It looked really good for the first weekend," Carroll said during rookie mini-camp. "He got some good shots on some balls down the field, we got to see him run a little bit and all." Griffin has worked with the first unit at times with DeShawn Shead out and continuing to recover from an ACL tear sustained in January.
|Jun 5 2017 - Austin Davis|
QB Austin Davis was signed by Seattle, closing out any possibility of Colin Kaepernick joining the team. Davis will join Trevone Boykin as a backup option behind Russell Wilson after the Seahawks waived quarterback Jake Heaps. Davis and Kaepernick visited with the Seahawks a couple of weeks ago. Coach Pete Carroll indicated last week the team had no plans to sign Kaepernick, who opted out of his contract with the San Francisco 49ers in March. Davis, 28, is in his sixth season, entering the league in 2012 with the then-St. Louis Rams as an undrafted free agent out of Southern Mississippi.
|Jun 2 2017 - Tyler Lockett|
WR Tyler Lockett participated in Friday's OTA in a limited fashion. Lockett has the farthest still to go of a group of injured Seahawks as he recovers from a broken leg sustained in December. However, Carroll said earlier this offseason that Lockett should be ready in time for training camp.
|Jun 2 2017 - Earl Thomas|
S Earl Thomas was able to take part in Friday's OTA in a limited fashion. Thomas suffered a broken leg last season. Coach Pete Carroll went out of his way to mention Thomas. "He was able to get a lot of reps and he was working at top speed and he was really fired up about it too because he wasn't quite sure himself how far he could go, so he's making good progress," Carroll said.
|Jun 2 2017 - Luke Joeckel|
G Luke Joeckel all were able to take part in Friday's OTA in a limited fashion. Joeckel is recovering from a torn left ACL early last season. Coach Pete Carroll said Joeckel has been able to take part in all of the team's offseason work up until now as he continues to recover from a left ACL injury last year "I think I'm a little bit ahead of schedule, definitely participating more than I thought I would be at this time and getting to be able to do some individual, do some of the team walk-through stuff, and getting reps -- that's most important, not putting it all off until training camp to get those mental reps, and it'll be a huge help," Joeckel said.
|Jun 2 2017 - Kenny Lawler|
WR Kenny Lawler continued to make a strong impression with the Seahawks. Lawler, a seventh-round pick in 2016, spent most of his rookie season on Seattle's practice squad. After adding some weight to his wiry frame in the offseason, Lawler appears to be better situated to compete this year. Lawler was one of the stars of Seattle's rookie minicamp and was involved again Friday.
|May 15 2017 - Eddie Lacy|
RB Eddie Lacy weighed in at 253 pounds Monday to earn a $55,000 bonus for being under his first target by two pounds. Lacy, who turns 27 next month, had an incentive to come in under 255 pounds in his first official weigh-in after struggling to maintain a proper weight with the Green Bay Packers. He signed a one-year deal in March and is set to make $5.5 million, with $3 million fully guaranteed. Lacy's contract with the Seahawks contains seven potential weight bonuses worth a total of $385,000, according to ESPN. The next weigh-in will be on June 12 and requires him to be at 250 pounds or less.
|May 4 2017 - Richard Sherman|
CB Richard Sherman isn't going anywhere, according to Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll. He said there is "no animosity at all" in his relationship with Sherman and that the team is not interested in trading the four-time Pro Bowl cornerback. Sherman played through a knee injury last season and had multiple sideline incidents with Seattle coaches. The 29-year-old finished with 58 tackles and four interceptions in 16 games.
|Apr 24 2017 - Richard Sherman|
CB Richard Sherman was back at the Seahawks' facility on Monday to take part in the offseason program after sitting out last week and general manager John Schndider is no longer actively pursuing trade talks involving Sherman.
"Right now we have kind of moved past it," Schneider said of Sherman during a press conference to preview the NFL Draft, which will be held Thursday through Saturday in Philadelphia. "And if somebody calls and goes crazy with something, then we'll discuss it again. But at this point, I don't mean go crazy but give you like compensation where it's something that you really, truly have to think about it and consider it, we would have to consider it. And we would consider it because of, it's like I said, it's been a mutual thing, it's OK. And we feel like it would be, it would clear cap room, we would be able to get younger. But that's the only reason we would do it. I mean the guy is one of the top cornerbacks in the league. You don't just give him away, you know?" Sherman met with Seahawks coach Pete Carroll last week amid the developing trade-talk stories.
son with 58 tackles and four interceptions in 16 games.
|Apr 11 2017 - Dion Jordan|
DE Dion Jordan is joining the Seahawks after being released by the Dolphins last month. Jordan, 27, was released by the Dolphins on March 31 after failing a physical. The former Oregon standout defensive end projects as a strongside linebacker in the Seahawks' base defense, per ESPN.com. Drafted by the Dolphins in 2013, Jordan played just two seasons for the team in 2013 and 2014 and has not played since Dec. 28, 2014 after multiple suspensions for violating the NFL's substance abuse policy.
|Mar 31 2017 - Dion Jordan|
DE Dion Jordan, the third overall pick four years ago, on Friday with a failed physical designation. Jordan played in just 26 games with one start because of drug-related suspensions and knee issues after he was selected by the Dolphins in the 2013 NFL Draft out of Oregon. The 27-year-old Jordan most recently played in 2014, where he appeared in 10 games (one start) and made 20 tackles with one sack. He recorded 46 tackles and three sacks during his two seasons on the field. The 6-foot-6, 275-pound Jordan spent the entire 2015 season on the reserve/suspended list and the entire 2016 season on the reserve/non-football injury list.
|Mar 29 2017 - Richard Sherman|
CB Richard Sherman could be traded by the Seattle Seahawks before the start of the 2017 season. Several teams showed interest in Sherman, according to coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider, but the Seahawks are currently inclined to keep the shutdown left cornerback on the roster. Sherman, 28, appeared on ESPN Wednesday and said he laughs off the idea of being traded. "It's funny to me. But sometimes people need to see you gone to realize what you had," Sherman said.
|Mar 27 2017 - Trevone Boykin|
QB Trevone Boykin was arrested early Monday morning in Dallas after a car in which he was a passenger crashed into a night club, injuring eight people. Boykin, 23, was arrested on misdemeanor charges of marijuana possession and public intoxication. He was being held on $500 bond at the Dallas County Jail. According to a statement from the Dallas Police Department, a woman, Shabrika Bailey, was driving a vehicle about 2 a.m. and "accelerated in reverse at a high rate of speed," hitting seven pedestrians on the sidewalk and crashing into a bar.
|Mar 14 2017 - Eddie Lacy|
RB Eddie Lacy is set to join the Seattle Seahawks on a one-year deal, according to multiple reports. Lacy, 26, is set to make $5.5 million. Of that amount, $3 million will be fully guaranteed, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports. The former Alabama stando utplayed his first four seasons with the Green Bay Packers, rushing for 3,435 yards on 788 carries (4.4 yards per rush) with 23 touchdowns in 51 games.
|Mar 9 2017 - Luke Joeckel|
OL Luke Joeckel reached agreement on a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks. The former Jacksonville Jaguars' lineman received a deal that could be worth up to $8 million, according to USA Today. Joeckel was the No. 2 overall draft pick in 2013 draft, and he started 30 games at left tackle in 2014 and 2015. However, he played in just four games in 2016.
|Feb 9 2017 - Blair Walsh|
K Blair Walsh was signed by the Seattle Seahawks, the club announced Thursday. Walsh spent five seasons with the Minnesota Vikings before being released after nine games last season. Steven Hauschka, who did the place-kicking for Seattle this past season, is a free agent and struggled a bit in 2016. Walsh was 12 of 16 on field goals and 15 of 19 on extra points last season before being released by the Vikings.
|Jan 16 2017 - Germain Ifedi|
RG Germain Ifedi suffered a high-ankle sprain in the second quarter of Saturday's loss to the Falcons. He briefly attempted to return to the game before being sidelined for good.
|Jan 15 2017 - C.J. Prosise|
RB C.J. Prosise (shoulder) took part in early drills for the Seahawks on Saturday but was declared inactive.
|Jan 15 2017 - Michael Bennett|
DE Michael Bennett, who had one of three sacks against Falcons QB Matt Ryan on Saturday, didn't appreciate some of the questioning in the locker room after the loss and lashed out at a reporter with profanity and some apparent threats. CB Richard Sherman, calmly cutting off his own interview, went over to quiet Bennett and stop the confrontation.
|Jan 15 2017 - Luke Willson|
TE Luke Willson was evaluated for a head injury in the third quarter Saturday. He did not have a reception at Atlanta.
|Jan 15 2017 - Germain Ifedi|
RG Germain Ifedi limped off with an ankle injury on Seattle's opening drive Saturday and was replaced by Rees Odhiambo, also a rookie.
|Jan 15 2017 - Deshawn Shead|
CB DeShawn Shead was taken to the locker room on a cart in the third quarter Satuday and ruled out for the rest of the game due to a knee injury.
|Jan 15 2017 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson threw two interceptions and was sacked three times in the Seahawks' 36-20 playoff loss at Atlanta on Saturday. He finished 17 of 30 for 225 yards with two touchdown passes.
|Jan 14 2017 - C.J. Prosise|
RB C.J. Prosise was ruled out for Saturday's divisional playoff game against the Atlanta Falcons. Prosise was listed as questionable on Friday's injury report, but the Seahawks were hoping the rookie could return to the field for the first time since sustaining a broken shoulder blade against the Philadelphia Eagles on Nov. 20.
Prosise, a third-round pick out of Notre Dame, carried 30 times for 172 yards and caught 17 passes for 208 yards in six games this season.
|Jan 13 2017 - C.J. Prosise|
RB C.J. Prosise (shoulder) is listed as questionable and a game-day decision for the Seahawks in Saturday's NFC divisional playoff game at Atlanta against the Falcons. He was a full participant in Thursday's practice, the team's last major one of the week before conducting a walkthrough Friday. The practice workload was viewed as an encouraging sign for Prosise, who suffered a broken shoulder blade on Nov. 20 against the Eagles.
|Jan 11 2017 - Thomas Rawls|
RB Thomas Rawls got a day off to rest after rushing for 161 yards against the Lions last week.
|Jan 11 2017 - Paul Richardson|
WR Paul Richardson was a full participant in practice despite a foot injury.
|Jan 11 2017 - Jeron Johnson|
S Jeron Johnson was limited in practice on Wednesday due to a knee injury. He had three special teams tackles against the Lions last week.
|Jan 11 2017 - Marcel Reece|
FB Marcel Reece managed to return to practice on Tuesday and is in good shape to play after having his foot stepped on last Saturday against the Lions.
|Jan 11 2017 - Tony McDaniel|
DT Tony McDaniel returned to practice on Wednesday after dealing with a concussion against the 49ers. He was limited.
|Jan 9 2017 - Marcel Reece|
FB Marcel Reece had his foot stepped on against the Lions and his status for Saturday's game is uncertain.
|Jan 9 2017 - Tony McDaniel|
DT Tony McDaniel did not play against the Lions due to a concussion sustained last week against the San Francisco 49ers.
|Jan 9 2017 - C.J. Prosise|
RB C.J. Prosise is expected to practice on Tuesday for the first time in over seven weeks after suffering a fractured scapula in mid-November against the Philadelphia Eagles. Head coach Pete Carroll said they won't know if he'll be able to play until late in the week, but his return would give Seattle another offensive weapon they've missed the second half of the year.
|Jan 8 2017 - Doug Baldwin|
WR Doug Baldwin caught a 13-yard touchdown pass in Seattle's playoff victory over Detroit on Saturday night. He reached out to take the ball away from intended target Jermaine Kearse with 3:36 remaining. Baldwin caught 11 passes for 104 yards.
|Jan 8 2017 - Paul Richardson|
WR Paul Richardson's one-handed catch of a 4-yard touchdown was one of two receptions the wide receiver made with one hand while a defender was called for pass interference during Seattle's playoff win over Detroit on Saturday night. Richardson had three receptions for 48 yards and the touchdown. On fourth-and-goal from the 2-yard line, Richardson reached across Detroit S Tavon Wilson with his left hand while Wilson, who was flagged for pass interference, pinned down Richardson's right arm. The acrobatic catch resulted in a touchdown with 7:07 left in the first half.
|Jan 8 2017 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson, playing without a knee brace for the first time since Week 3, completed 22 of 30 passes for 224 yards and two touchdowns in Seattle's playoff win over Detroit on Saturday night. Wilson threw two highlight-worthy touchdown passes to Paul Richardson and Doug Baldwin. Richardson's one-handed catch of a 4-yard touchdown was one of two receptions the wide receiver made with one hand while a defender was called for pass interference. Wilson finished by throwing a 13-yard touchdown pass to Baldwin, who reached out to take the ball away from intended target Jermaine Kearse with 3:36 remaining.
|Jan 8 2017 - Thomas Rawls|
RB Thomas Rawls ran for 161 yards and a fourth-quarter touchdown in Seattle's 26-6 victory over Detroit on Saturday night. Rawls had 107 of his 161 rushing yards before halftime and broke the game open with a 4-yard touchdown run with 8:49 remaining. That score, which was followed by a failed point-after kick, put Seattle up 19-6. Rawls had 27 carries after an injury-plagued regular season that saw him accumulate just 349 rushing yards.
|Jan 8 2017 - Jimmy Graham|
TE Jimmy Graham came out of the game temporarily in the first quarter after taking a big hit from Detroit S Tavon Wilson. Graham had to be helped off the field but was back in action by the middle of the second quarter.
|Jan 4 2017 - Tony McDaniel|
DT Tony McDaniel did not practice on Wednesday due to a concussion. With Seattle playing Saturday night, his inability to practice Wednesday brings his availability into serious question.
|Jan 4 2017 - C.J. Prosise|
RB C.J. Prosise has a chance to return to practice next week should Seattle advance beyond the wild-card round.
|Jan 2 2017 - C.J. Prosise|
RB C.J. Prosise missed a sixth straight game due to a fractured scapula. He's been able to begin running again the last couple of weeks but has not been able to return to practice yet. His return seems to be at least another week away.
|Jan 2 2017 - Nolan Frese|
LS Nolan Frese had to go to the locker room at halftime after suffering a sprained ankle. He finished the game after having his left ankle re-taped but has a high-ankle sprain that brings his availability for this week into question.
|Jan 2 2017 - Kasen Williams|
WR Kasen Williams, who was promoted from the practice squad, was active for Sunday's game.
|Jan 2 2017 - Bradley Sowell|
RT Bradley Sowell was inactive on Sunday and Garry Gilliam started in his place.
|Dec 30 2016 - Michael Bennett|
DE Michael Bennett agreed to a three-year contract extension with the Seattle Seahawks, according to multiple reports Friday. The deal will kick in for the 2018 season and keep Bennett under contract through the 2020 campaign, Jason LaCanfora of CBS Sports reported. The new deal for the Pro Bowler is worth $31.5 million, with $17.5 million in guarantees, a source told NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Bennett, 31, already was signed through 2017 and was set to become a free agent in 2018. Since joining the Seahawks in 2013, Bennett has racked up 29.5 sacks.
|Dec 28 2016 - C.J. Prosise|
RB C.J. Prosise is still not practicing as he continues to record from a fractured scapula.
|Dec 28 2016 - Thomas Rawls|
RB Thomas Rawls was a full participant in practice despite a bruised shoulder.
|Dec 28 2016 - Jimmy Graham|
TE Jimmy Graham did not practice as he received a non-injury related day off.