|Apr 20 2018 - Earl Thomas|
The Seattle Seahawks insist star safety Earl Thomas will not hold out this season if the sides do not agree to a new contract extension. Seahawks general manager John Schneider, speaking at a charity event Thursday night, said he received assurances from Thomas' representatives that Thomas will not be a no-show at training camp, per the Seattle Times. Thomas, the subject of multiple trade rumors during the offseason, did not attend the team's voluntary offseason program.
|Apr 17 2018 - Earl Thomas|
S Earl Thomas was a no-show for the start of offseason workouts with the Seattle Seahawks. Thomas, the subject of multiple trade rumors during the offseason, has suggested he would hold out for a new contract. Seattle general manager John Schneider has acknowledged listening to offers for the three-time All-Pro safety.
|Apr 16 2018 - Paul Dawson|
LB Paul Dawson signed a one-year contract with the Seahawks on Monday after recording three tackles in three games last season.
|Apr 16 2018 - Tyler Ott|
LS Tyler Ott, an exclusive rights free agent, signed with the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced Monday. Ott played in all 16 games last season.
|Apr 16 2018 - Branden Jackson|
DE Branden Jackson, an exclusive-rights free agent, signed with the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced Monday. Jackson collected two tackles in 12 games in 2017.
|Apr 16 2018 - Joey Hunt|
C Joey Hunt, an exclusive-rights free agent, was signed by the Rams, the team announced Monday.
|Apr 16 2018 - Austin Davis|
QB Austin Davis was resigned by the Seahawks, the team announced Monday. The move comes on the heels of the Seahawks signing Stephen Morris last week, one day after reports surfaced that the team postponed a scheduled workout with former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Davis did not throw a pass in his three games last season. He has experience with new Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, having played for him with the then-St. Louis Rams. The 28-year-old Davis made eight starts for the Rams in 2014, one of which was a win over the Seahawks.
|Apr 13 2018 - Sebastian Janikowski|
K Sebastian Janikowski, who kicked for 17 seasons with the Oakland Raiders, signed a one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced on Friday.
The 40-year-old reportedly met with the Seahawks on Tuesday. Janikowski, nicknamed "The Polish Cannon," is one of only three players remaining in the NFL from the 2000 draft, in which he was drafted 17th overall out of Florida State by the Raiders. The Raiders' all-time leading scorer with 1,799 points, 11th in NFL history, he played in a franchise-record 268 games, but did not play last season after going on injured reserve in the preseason because of a back injury. Janikowski took a $1-million pay cut late in training camp and made $3 million last season. He had signed a four-year, $16 million extension in 2014. His 63-yard field goal at Denver in 2011 tied the NFL record for longest field golf at the time, and Janikowski has made 80.4 percent of his field goal attempts (414 of 515) and 98.9 percent of his extra-point attempts. Janikowski, whose 55 field goals of at least 50 yards are an NFL record, missed only four games in his career until last season, two as a rookie, one in 2001 and another in 2011.
|Apr 13 2018 - Stephen Morris|
QB Stephen Morris was signed by Seattle, ESPN reported. The news comes one day after reports surfaced that the team postponed a scheduled workout with former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. An undrafted free agent out of the University of Miami, Morris has never played a down in the NFL. He has spent time on the roster of four different teams since 2014.
|Apr 12 2018 - Dion Jordan|
DE Dion Jordan, the No. 3 overall draft pick in 2013 draft, will stay with the Seattle Seahawks after signing his $1.9 million restricted free-agent tender, the team announced Thursday. Jordan missed all in the 2015 or 2016 seasons because of a suspension and a knee injury, and he played just five games for the Seahawks last season. However, he had four sacks and forced a fumble in those five games without starting any of them.
|Apr 12 2018 - Dontae Johnson|
CB Dontae Johnson has agreed to terms with the Seattle Seahawks, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported. The move represents an effective exchange of cornerbacks between the NFC West rivals, as Richard Sherman was released by the Seahawks and signed with the 49ers last month. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Johnson spent the last four seasons with 49ers, starting all 16 games in 2017 and recording 76 tackles with one interception that was returned for a touchdown.
|Apr 10 2018 - Dontae Johnson|
CB Dontae Johnson visited with the Minnesota Vikings, ESPN reported. Johnson spent the past four seasons with the San Francisco 49ers, starting all 16 games in 2017 and recording 76 tackles with one interception and seven passes defensed. The 6-foot-2, 200-pound Johnson missed only one game in his four seasons with San Francisco but only started a combined six games prior to last season. Minnesota could use some help at the position. Veteran cornerback Terence Newman, 39, who spent the past three seasons with the Vikings, started seven of 16 games in 2017.
|Mar 25 2018 - Shamar Stephen|
DT Shamar Stephen signed with the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced Saturday. Terms of the contract were not disclosed. Stephen was a seventh-round draft pick of the Vikings in 2014 out of Connecticut. He started for Minnesota in 2016 before appearing in 15 regular-season games in 2017, primarily in a backup role. He had 28 tackles (nine solo) and a sack last year.
|Mar 24 2018 - Earl Thomas|
S Earl Thomas took to Twitter on Saturday to declare his desire to remain with the Seattle Seahawks. Thomas' post came on the heels of what he perceived to be others misconstruing that he wouldn't care if he left the Emerald City. "Hold on everyone," the 28-year-old Thomas wrote. "Let's not get it confused. I want to be a Seahawk. I want my jersey retired in the ring of honor with the other greats that came before me. I love being in Seattle. The winning culture we have established I want to be part of for life!"
|Mar 22 2018 - Mike Davis|
RB Mike Davis agreed to a one-year deal to return to the Seattle Seahawks, according to published reports Thursday. Davis' return was reported by NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, and Josina Anderson of ESPN reported Smith agreed to a deal worth up to $2.7 million. The 25-year-old Davis recorded career highs in carries (68) and yards (240) in six games last season.
|Mar 21 2018 - Luke Willson|
TE Luke Willson signed a contract with the Detroit Lions, the team announced. The deal is for one year and $2.5 million, multiple media outlets reported. Willson will join second-year pro Michael Roberts in a bid to replace the production of former first-round TE Eric Ebron, who was released by the Lions last week and signed by the Indianapolis Colts.
|Mar 20 2018 - D.J. Fluker|
OL D.J. Fluker reached agreement on a contract with the Seattle Seahawks, multiple media outlets reported. Fluker, 27, started six games for the New York Giants last season, and he played in three other games in 2017 before a toe injury put him on injured reserve.
|Mar 17 2018 - Jaron Brown|
WR Jaron Brown agreed to terms on a contract with the Seahawks. Brown had career highs in receptions (31), receiving yards (477) and touchdowns (four) last season with the Arizona Cardinals. The 28-year-old was playing in his first season since sustaining a torn ACL injury in 2016.
|Mar 17 2018 - Maurice Alexander|
SS Maurice Alexander agreed to terms on a contract with the Seattle Seahawks, multiple media outlets reported. Alexander, 27, started at strong safety for the Los Angeles Rams in 2017 until he was cut in October. He played 14 games in 2016. He was
a fourth-round draft pick of the Rams in 2014.
|Mar 16 2018 - Ed Dickson|
TE Ed Dickson has reached an agreement with the Seattle Seahawks.
NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported it was a three-year deal worth up to $14 million, with the first season fully guaranteed.
Dickson spent the first four years of his career in Baltimore, then the last four seasons in Carolina, and has not missed a game since the 2012 season.
|Mar 13 2018 - Jimmy Graham|
TE Jimmy Graham agreed to terms on a three-year contract with the Packers, multiple media outlets reported Tuesday. The contract cannot be finalized until the new league year opens on Wednesday at 4 p.m. ET. Graham, 31, re-emerged as a scoring threat last season with Seattle, hauling in 10 touchdown passes. The 6-foot-7, 260-pound Graham had 170 catches in his three seasons with Seattle.
|Feb 22 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson will trade his football helmet for a baseball cap on Monday when he joins the New York Yankees at their spring training camp in Tampa, Fla. Wilson, who played minor league ball with the Colorado Rockies in 2010-11, joined the Yankees organization on Feb. 7 following a trade from the Texas Rangers. With the start of baseball on the horizon, the Seahawks' four-time Pro Bowl selection donned a Yankees cap on Thursday and addressed outfielders Aaron Judge and Giancarlo Stanton during a video post on Instagram.
|Feb 17 2018 - Shaquill Griffin|
CB Shaquill Griffin is the only guaranteed starter expected to return to the Seahawks' secondary in 2018, but he thinks the Legion of Boom will live on. "Right now (the group's future) is kind of in the air, but trust me, the Legion of Boom will never go away," the 22-year-old Griffin said. "The thing is these are the guys who created the Legion of Boom. We all know that. But just because they might not be here or they're not coming back, the Legion of Boom is not over. This is a legacy that they created for young guys to come and take over. Trust me, we've got some great younger guys that are ready to compete and are ready to play ball. The Legion of Boom is never going to be over, but of course we want those guys back, because those are the originals."
|Feb 15 2018 - Duane Brown|
OT Duane Brown took issue with the Houston Texans' negotiating tactics as well as comments by owner Bob McNair in a podcast with former teammate Arian Foster. McNair's comment about "inmates running the prison" particularly was bothersome to Brown, who was the longest-tenured Texans player entering last season. "I had to voice my displeasure," the 32-year-old Brown said on Arian Foster's Now What? podcast, via the Houston Chronicle. "There was so many other people who wanted to but that fear factor was there. But I was like '(Expletive), you don't have to, I will.'"
|Feb 15 2018 - Sebastian Janikowski|
K Sebastian Janikowski's agent said the left-footed kicker intends to return for a 19th season. Janikowski missed last season with a back injury and reportedly has been informed that he will not return with the Oakland Raiders, with whom he has spent his entire career. "He plans on getting another job," agent Paul Healy said, via the Las Vegas Review-Journal. "Unfortunately, he had this back issue. He's healthy now, and he's ready to go."
|Feb 14 2018 - Sebastian Janikowski|
K Sebastian Janikowski was told on Wednesday that the Oakland Raiders will not bring him back for a 19th season, ESPN reported. Janikowski, the Raiders' all-time leading scorer, was on injured reserve last season because of a back injury. He will become an unrestricted free agent. Giorgio Tavecchio, 27, replaced Janikowski this past season and made 16 of 21 field-goal attempts, with a long of 53, and missed only one of his 34 extra-point tries. Janikowski turns 40 on March 2.
|Feb 13 2018 - Kam Chancellor|
S Kam Chancellor intends to play in 2018, according to a published report. Chancellor, who suffered a season-ending neck injury in November, expects to be back with the Seahawks providing he receives medical clearance, Ian Rapoport of NFL.com reported. The 29-year-old Chancellor's $6.8 million salary for 2018 was guaranteed on Friday, the trigger day for the team to make any moves on contracts. He signed a three-year extension in August.
|Feb 8 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson has a primary job in the Pacific Northwest, but the Seattle Seahawks quarterback found himself involved in Major League Baseball transaction.
The New York Yankees acquired Wilson from the Texas Rangers in exchange for future considerations, the teams announced. The four-time Pro Bowl selection is expected to appear at the Yankees' Grapefruit League camp in Tampa (Fla.), in March.
Wilson's football career is not in jeopardy, but the 29-year-old hasn't kept his love of baseball a secret and has long expressed a desire to play for the Yankees.
|Feb 5 2018 - Frank Clark|
DE Frank Clark said his father and three other family members were killed in what he referred to as an "arson fire" last week. "My father was killed in an arson fire along with 3 other members of my family on the East Side of Cleveland," the 24-year-old Clark tweeted on Sunday. "Pray for me and my family during this time." Clark also retweeted a post from the Cleveland Fire Department that said the bodies of four victims from a fire on the city's east side had been located and recovered. It reportedly was the deadliest fire in the city since 2009.
|Jan 19 2018 - Shamar Stephen|
NT Shamar Stephen was ruled out against the top-seeded Eagles. The 6-foot-5 Stephen was unable to practice all week due to back and ankle injuries. He appeared in 15 games this season, starting one, and registered 19 tackles and a sack.
|Jan 18 2018 - Shamar Stephen|
NT Shamar Stephen (knee/ankle) missed practice for the second straight day on Thursday and is not expected to play. He is a good run-stopper as part of the defensive line rotation. Jaleel Johnson, a rookie, could see some playing time with Stephen sidelined.
|Jan 18 2018 - Shamar Stephen|
NT Shamar Stephen was the only Minnesota player not to practice Thursday. Stephen is dealing with back and ankle injuries.
|Jan 17 2018 - Shamar Stephen|
NT Shamar Stephen also sat out practice Wednesday with back and ankle injuries. Minnesota visits Philadelphia on Sunday in the NFC Championship Game.
|Jan 16 2018 - Shamar Stephen|
DT Shamar Stephen, who already was limited because of an ankle injury, injured his knee in the first quarter and was unable to return on Sunday. As a solid backup run stopper, he is an important part of the defensive line rotation.
|Jan 15 2018 - Shamar Stephen|
DT Shamar Stephen left the game with a knee injury and did not return.
|Jan 11 2018 - Shamar Stephen|
DT Shamar Stephen (ankle) practiced on a limited basis for the second straight day Thursday.
|Jan 10 2018 - Shamar Stephen|
DT Shamar Stephen (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice. He is a good run defender who is part of the team's defensive line rotation. He should be able to play.
|Jan 10 2018 - Ed Dickson|
TE Ed Dickson came through in huge ways after the broken foot suffered by Greg Olsen, who missed about two months of the season. Dickson provided some huge production at times.
|Jan 1 2018 - Chris Carson|
RB Chris Carson played in just four games this season, but the seventh-round pick was Seattle's most productive rusher all season.
He supplanted Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy and C.J. Prosise for the team's starting job.
|Jan 1 2018 - Malik McDowell|
DT Malik McDowell was badly injured in an ATV accident before the start of training camp and didn't play a snap all season.
|Jan 1 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson led the league with 34 touchdown passes this season.
|Jan 1 2018 - Ethan Pocic|
RG Ethan Pocic sustained a knee injury in Sunday's season finale. He said the injury would not require surgery and he would be fine in the near future.
|Jan 1 2018 - Blair Walsh|
K Blair Walsh missed a 48-yard attempt with 32 seconds to play that would have all but sealed a win for the Seahawks.
|Jan 1 2018 - Tyler Lockett|
WR Tyler Lockett, for the first time since he broke his leg last December, returned a kickoff for a touchdown. Seconds after Arizona took an early 7-0 lead, Lockett burst up the middle and then cut to the left sideline for a 99-yard touchdown return -- Seattle's only score of the first half. "The hole was, you know, wide open and so I did my part," Lockett said.
Lockett has two other special teams touchdowns in his career -- both in his rookie season in 2015 on a punt return (66 yards) and a kickoff return (105).
|Jan 1 2018 - Doug Baldwin|
WR Doug Baldwin fell 9 yards short of becoming the second receiver in Seahawks history to post three consecutive 1,000-yard receiving seasons. Baldwin finished with four receptions for 90 yards and Seattle's only two offensive touchdowns.
|Jan 1 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson's 29-yard strike to WR Doug Baldwin in the fourth quarter Sunday at CenturyLink Field was his 19th of the season in the final period, extending an NFL record he set against Jacksonville in December.
Wilson finished 18 of 29 for 221 yards and two touchdowns. He finished the regular season with 34 passing touchdowns, jumping injured Eagles QB Carson Wentz (33), to lead the NFL.
|Dec 27 2017 - D.J. Alexander|
LB D.J. Alexander was limited in practice. He missed last week's game due to a concussion.
|Dec 27 2017 - Jarran Reed|
DT Jarran Reed was limited in practice due to a back injury.
|Dec 27 2017 - Jimmy Graham|
TE Jimmy Graham did not practice due to an ankle injury that has kept him on the injury report for weeks. It hasn't kept him from playing.
|Dec 27 2017 - Luke Joeckel|
LG Luke Joeckel did not practice due to a foot injury sustained last Sunday against the Cowboys. Head coach Pete Carroll said Joeckel is expecting to be able to play on Sunday.