|Oct 17 2018 - Frank Clark|
DE Frank Clark was named the NFC Defensive Player of the Week after notching 2.5 sacks and four tackles in Sunday's 27-3 win over the Oakland Raiders.
|Oct 16 2018 - Keenan Reynolds|
WR Keenan Reynolds was signed by the Seahawks to their practice squad Tuesday (Oct. 16). He had been waived by the Seahawks Saturday.
|Oct 14 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson wrapped up Sunday's contest with his second straight three touchdown performance, capitalizing on consistently clean pockets to throw for 222 yards while completing 17 of 23 pass attempts.
Along with hitting Brown for his second touchdown of the season, Wilson also connected with David Moore and Tyler Lockett for touchdowns to help Seattle pull away on the scoreboard.
|Oct 13 2018 - Tyrone Swoopes|
TE Tyrone Swoopes was signed by the Seahawks from their practice squad Saturday (Oct. 13).
|Oct 13 2018 - Keenan Reynolds|
WR Keenan Reynolds was placed on waivers by the Seahawks Saturday (Oct. 13).
|Oct 10 2018 - Rashaad Penny|
RB Rashaad Penny has grown "frustrated" by lack of playing time, as he didn't log an offensive snap against the Rams last Sunday with Chris Carson and Mike Davis running so effectively. Head coach Pete Carroll said Perry has handled the situation with class and he's excited for Penny to "get in there and get going too."
|Oct 10 2018 - Doug Baldwin|
WR Doug Baldwin's health, coming off an MCL sprain, remains a topic of concern, and head coach Pete Carroll said his one-catch performance last Sunday wasn't impacted by lingering injuries and the ball "just didn't go to him." The Seahawks only threw 21 passes against the Rams, thus limiting his opportunities, and the veteran receiver finished with one catch for 1 yard.
|Oct 10 2018 - K.J. Wright|
LB K.J. Wright will be out at least one more week. The Seahawks don't want to rush the Pro Bowler back into the lineup with the bye week coming after Sunday's game in London. Coach Pete Carroll said he'll be "running hard this week," but it'd be too much to ask him to return this weekend and he'll miss his sixth consecutive game recovering from knee surgery.
|Oct 10 2018 - Tre Flowers|
CB Tre Flowers continues to impress, as he deflected a pass at the goal line in the first quarter against the Rams and DE Frank Clark eventually hauled in the interception. He also recovered a fumble, but the play didn't count because of a defensive penalty on teammate Justin Coleman.
|Oct 10 2018 - Tedric Thompson|
FS Tedric Thompson, in his first NFL start filling in for injured Earl Thomas, had seven tackles and an interception. But he also missed several tackles and dropped a potential interception in the second quarter, leaving plenty of room for improvement heading into his next start versus the Raiders.
|Oct 9 2018 - Tyrone Swoopes|
TE Tyrone Swoopes was signed by the Seahawks to their practice squad Tuesday (Oct. 9). He had been waived by the Seahawks Sept. 1.
|Oct 8 2018 - Mike Davis|
RB Mike Davis added 68 yards rushing as Seattle rushed 32 times for 190 yards and a healthy 5.9 yards per carry average against a stout Rams front four featuring defensive tackles Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh.
|Oct 8 2018 - Chris Carson|
RB Chris Carson rushed for a career-best 116 yards on only 19 carries and Mike Davis adding 68 yards spelling him in the backfield. In total, Seattle rushed 32 times for 190 yards and a healthy 5.9 yards per carry average against a stout Rams front four featuring defensive tackles Aaron Donald and Ndamukong Suh.
|Oct 8 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson, who played efficient football throwing for 198 yards and three touchdowns on only 21 pass attempts, positioned the Seahawks to win the game when he hit Tyler Lockett in stride for a 44-yard gain to the Rams' 32-yard line with 4:28 left on the game clock. But on the ensuing three plays, tackle Germain Ifedi drew a false-start penalty and the officials flagged guard D.J. Fluker for holding, driving Seattle back to the 45-yard line, leaving the team 23 yards from the first-down marker.
|Sep 30 2018 - Earl Thomas|
S Earl Thomas was fined $13,369 for an obscene gesture as he was carted off the field after suffering a broken leg during the second half of last Sunday's game against the Arizona Cardinals, according to a Seattle Times report. Thomas' left tibia was broken as he attempted to break up a pass that resulted in a 22-yard touchdown from Cardinals quarterback Josh Rosen to Chad Williams that tied the score. As Thomas was taken to the locker room on a cart, he directed his obscene gesture at the Seahawks' sideline. FOX TV captured the incident and it has been replayed numerous times since then. There was no unsportsmanlike conduct penalty called on the play because Thomas was already on the sideline. The amount of the fine is standard in the NFL for a first offense for unsportsmanlike behavior, the Seattle Times reported Saturday.
|Oct 3 2018 - Tre Flowers|
CB Tre Flowers earned an overall grade of 80.7, according to Pro Football Focus, and that ranked sixth among corners in the league last weekend. Head coach Pete Carroll has always demanded that his corners hit and tackle well in addition to playing coverage, and with four run stops and a forced fumble against the Cardinals, the fifth-round pick is "fitting the bill."
|Oct 3 2018 - Jarran Reed|
DT Jarran Reed's emergence in his third NFL season couldn't have happened at a better time. The Seahawks need to find more consistency in the pass rushing department. Reed is best for his ability to stuff the run, but he surpassed his previous career-high in sacks during the last two games, recording three sacks in wins over the Cowboys and Cardinals.
|Oct 3 2018 - Ethan Pocic|
OG Ethan Pocic was sidelined by an ankle injury the past two games, but thanks to strong back-to-back performances by veteran J.R. Sweezy, it doesn't seem like he will immediately get his starting job back on the left side of Seattle's line. Head coach Pete Carroll stated Pocic needed to make it through the practice week to play, and he didn't foresee "any changes at all there" heading into Sunday's game.
|Oct 3 2018 - Doug Baldwin|
WR Doug Baldwin returned from a two-week absence battling an MCL injury to catch five passes for 41 yards in Arizona. He "came out of the game great," according to head coach Pete Carroll, and the Seahawks will be upping his workload in practice this week with the expectation that he will play more snaps against the Rams.
|Oct 3 2018 - Mike Davis|
RB Mike Davis should get plenty of touches after eclipsing the 100-yard mark for the first time in his NFL career against the Cardinals. Even with starting running back Chris Carson returning this week from a hip injury, Davis should get significant opportunities. Head coach Pete Carroll indicated "he needs to play," and with Rashaad Penny also seeing snaps, Seattle appears to be heading towards a back-by-committee approach.
|Oct 3 2018 - Kalan Reed|
CB Kalan Reed was signed by the Seahawks to their practice squad Wednesday (Oct. 3). He had been waived from reserve/injured with an injury settlement by the Titans Aug. 27.
|Oct 3 2018 - Darrell Daniels|
TE Darrell Daniels was signed by the Seahawks from their practice squad Wednesday (Oct. 3).
|Oct 3 2018 - T.J. Green|
S T.J. Green was signed by the Seahawks Wednesday (Oct. 3). He had been waived from reserve/injured with an injury settlement by the Colts Sept. 6.
|Oct 3 2018 - Maurice Alexander|
S Maurice Alexander was signed by the Seahawks Wednesday (Oct. 3). His contract had been terminated by the Seahawks Sept. 1.
|Oct 3 2018 - Earl Thomas|
S Earl Thomas (fractured leg) was placed on reserve/injured by the Seahawks Tuesday (Oct. 2). He is eligible to be designated for return and begin practicing after missing at least six weeks and can play after eight weeks.
|Oct 3 2018 - Will Dissly|
TE Will Dissley (knee) was placed on reserve/injured by the Seaahwks Tuesday (Oct. 2). He is eligible to be designated for return and begin practicing after missing at least six weeks and can play after eight weeks.
|Oct 2 2018 - Mychal Kendricks|
LB Mychal Kendricks has been suspended indefinitely by the NFL. Kendricks had been appealing an NFL suspension that was handed down for his involvement in insider trading. Kendricks lost the appeal Tuesday, and the indefinite suspension for violating the personal conduct policy began as a result. Kendricks was released by the Cleveland Browns in August after Kendricks and co-defendant Damilare Sonoiki were charged with one count of conspiracy to commit securities fraud and one count of securities fraud. Kendricks pleaded guilty to the charges on Sept. 6. He is scheduled to be sentenced on Jan. 24, and based on federal guidelines, he could be sentenced for up to 37 months in prison. Kendricks signed with the Seahawks in early September. He has appeared in three games, including two starts, for Seattle this season, and he recorded two sacks and 13 tackles.
|Sep 30 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson completed 19 of 26 passes for only 172 yards and didn't throw a touchdown for the first time this season in the win over Arizona on Sunday.
|Sep 30 2018 - Will Dissly|
TE Will Dissly, Seattle's promising fourth-round pick out of Washington, landed awkwardly at Arizona after a short reception during the first quarter. Withering in pain on the sideline, he also left the field on a cart and coach Pete Carroll indicated he suffered a patellar tendon injury in his right knee.
|Sep 30 2018 - Earl Thomas|
S Earl Thomas, who left Sunday's game at Arizona on a cart after attempting to make a tackle during the second half, suffered a fracture in his lower leg. The disgruntled safety, involved in heated contract negotiations with Seattle, threw the middle finger in the direction of of the Seahawks' sideline as he was being driven away on a cart for x-rays. Seattle coach Pete Carroll downplayed the reaction, simply saying "it's a big stadium."
|Sep 30 2018 - Earl Thomas|
S Earl Thomas will get his way -- a one-way ticket out of Seattle - if the Seahawks get their way. Seattle has been shopping the disgruntled Pro Bowl selection. Multiple reports say the Seahawks are asking for two second-round picks, and they are standing firm on what they want for the 29-year-old out of Texas. Thomas is in the final season of a four-year, $40 million deal. At the end of this season, he will become an unrestricted free agent. Two potential suitors, according to NFL.com, are the Kansas City Chiefs and Dallas Cowboys.
|Sep 28 2018 - Doug Baldwin|
WR Doug Baldwin will return on Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals after missing the last two games because of a right knee injury, head coach Pete Carroll said on Friday.
Baldwin sat out most of training camp and all four preseason games after sustaining a left knee injury, but returned against the Denver Broncos for the season opener, when he suffered an injury to his other knee. "I'm excited to tell you Doug Baldwin is going to play in this game," Carroll said. Baldwin appeared in 100 consecutive games, including the postseason, before missing the last two.
|Sep 28 2018 - Darrell Daniels|
TE Darrell Daniels was signed by the Seahawks to their practice squad Thursday (Sept. 27). He had been released by the Seahawks from their practice squad Tuesday.
|Sep 27 2018 - Azeem Victor|
LB Azeem Victor was signed by the Seahawks to their practice squad Wednesday (Sept. 26). He had been released by the Buccaneers from the practice squad Sept. 11.
|Sep 26 2018 - Earl Thomas|
FS Earl Thomas: The star safety chose to sit out two practices last week to protect his body and expects to be fined for his actions, but the Seahawks still started him against the Cowboys and he thrived, recording two interceptions. Carroll seems to have a firm grasp on the situation for now, but trade winds will keep swirling as the All-Pro defender continues to voice his displeasures publicly.
|Sep 26 2018 - Mychal Kendricks|
LB Mychal Kendricks: Still awaiting a verdict after appealing a suspension for insider trading charges, the Seahawks will have Kendricks available to play against the Cardinals. The veteran has been highly productive in two games replacing injured linebacker K.J. Wright, racking up nine tackles and 2.0 sacks.
|Sep 26 2018 - Branden Jackson|
DE Branden Jackson: With Dion Jordan's status up in the air following his latest injury, Seattle promoted Jackson from the practice squad to bolster depth along the defensive line. In a reserve role last season, he saw snaps at both defensive end and defensive tackle and finished with 11 tackles and 0.5 sacks.
|Sep 26 2018 - Rashaad Penny|
RB Rashaad Penny: The first-round pick out of San Diego State has been a monumental disappointment to start his NFL career, rushing 20 times for only 43 yards in three games. But Carroll believes he's "ready to bust out" and he could see an increased role in Arizona after only logging three carries versus Dallas.
|Sep 26 2018 - Justin Britt|
C Justin Britt: After playing only four snaps in a backup role against the Cowboys due to a sore shoulder, Carroll indicated Britt should be ready to return to the starting lineup this week. If he suffers a setback, third-year C Joey Hunt will take his place again.
|Sep 26 2018 - Darrell Daniels|
TE Darrell Daniels was placed on waivers by the Seahawks Tuesday (Sept. 25).
|Sep 26 2018 - Branden Jackson|
DE Branden Jackson was signed by the Seahawks from their practice squad Tuesday (Sept. 25).
|Sep 24 2018 - Russell Wilson|
QB Russell Wilson hit his stride in the second quarter, throwing touchdown passes to Jaron Brown and Tyler Lockett to help the Seahawks build a 17-3 halftime lead. For the afternoon, he completed 16 of 26 passes for 192 yards and posted a 109.8 quarterback rating.
Most importantly, Wilson didn't throw an interception after uncorking three of them against the Broncos and Bears.
"The first two weeks, we were so off schedule," Wilson said in regard to the run game factoring into Seattle's offensive success. "We stayed on schedule and that gives us a tremendous chance to do what we want to do."
|Sep 24 2018 - Chris Carson|
RB Chris Carson had a career-high 32 carries as the Seahawks snagged a physical 24-13 win over the Dallas Cowboys.
Coach Pete Carroll has preached the importance of running the ball throughout training camp and the preseason, but the Seahawks only gave Carson 13 carries in Week 1 and 2 defeats. Unable to sustain drives with third-down conversions and put points on the board, the team fell into an undesired 0-2 hole.
Handing it off to him early and frequently, Carson became the first Seahawks rusher to eclipse the 100-yard mark since Thomas Rawls did in the 2016 NFC wild-card round, providing the Seahawks with the balanced offensive attack they have been missing the last couple of seasons.
Admitting he hadn't carried the football 32 times since college or high school, Carson said, "I'll feel more of it tomorrow morning ... but right now, I feel pretty good."
|Sep 22 2018 - Earl Thomas|
FS Earl Thomas was at practice Friday but did not participate. Coach Pete Carroll was vague in answering questions about Thomas and said "we'll see" when asked if Thomas would play Sunday.
"He couldn't work today," Carroll said Friday, via Curtis Crabtree of Sports Radio KJR and PFT.
Thomas also missed Wednesday's practice for what the Seahawks listed as "not injury related."
"He's got some other stuff going on we're working on," Carroll said. "It's personal in nature. That's why I'm not talking about it."
Thomas may or may not play Sunday. Since Thomas' absence wasn't injury related, the Seahawks do not have to list him on the status report.
"We'll see how he's doing, make sure he's OK," Carroll said.
The Seahawks play the Cowboys. The Cowboys talked to Seattle about a trade for Thomas, including the offer of a second-round pick before the season began. Thomas, a native Texan who played at the University of Texas, has openly talked about his desire to play for the Cowboys.
Thomas chased down Jason Garrett after last season's Christmas Eve game in Dallas, encouraging the Cowboys coach to "come get me."
So it is a weird coincidence if nothing else.
Thomas ended his contract holdout before the start of the season. He played 64 of 74 snaps in the season opener and 65 of 66 on Monday night.
|Sep 19 2018 - Tre Flowers|
CB Tre Flowers tried to play on Monday, but the rookie couldn't make it through warm-ups with a hamstring issue. He's going to practice on Wednesday with hopes of making it through the week and starting opposite of Shaquill Griffin versus Dallas.
|Sep 19 2018 - K.J. Wright|
LB K.J. Wright isn't quite as far in his progression while recovering from knee surgery. If he's unable to get back this week, Mychal Kendricks will be allowed to play as the NFL still reviews his appeal to an impending suspension for insider trading charges.
|Sep 19 2018 - D.J. Fluker|
G D.J. Fluke has been shelved since the third preseason game with a significant hamstring injury, but coach Pete Carroll has his sights set on the mauling 355-pound guard making his regular-season debut for the Seahawks. There's a chance both he and J.R. Sweezy could start at the guard spots if LG Ethan Pocic has to slide to center in Britt's absence.
|Sep 19 2018 - Justin Britt|
C Justin Britt suffered a shoulder injury late in Monday's loss to the Bears. Coach Pete Carroll says Britt's status will be monitored "day-to-day" and indicated both Joey Hunt and starting LG Ethan Pocic could be options to replace Britt if he can't play on Sunday.
|Sep 19 2018 - Chris Carson|
RB Chris Carson: Despite not getting a single carry in the second half last week, Carroll reiterated that he's the starting running back and he simply "screwed up" in thinking Carson was winded from playing special teams. He "did fine" and there's no changes on the depth chart, though Carroll stated Rashaad Penny will continue to get his chances as well.
|Sep 19 2018 - Lavon Coleman|
RB Lavon Coleman was signed by the Seahawks to the practice squad Tuesday (Sept. 18). He had been released by the Seahawks from the practice squad Saturday.