Thu., Feb. 22, 2018, 12:20 p.m.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is set to join the New York Yankees’ spring training camp on Monday. The Yankees acquired the one-time minor league infielder from the Texas Rangers on Feb. 7 for future considerations. Wilson will spent a few days with the Yankees but won’t play in any games. He was assigned No. 73; his football jersey is No. 3, long retired by the Yankees for Babe Ruth.
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Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor will receive his base salary $6.8 million in 2018 after the passing of a deadline Friday guaranteeing him the money.
The father of Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark was killed in a fire in Cleveland earlier this week.
Seattle offensive tackle Duane Brown was added to the Pro Bowl on Tuesday, replacing Philadelphia’s Lane Johnson.
The Seattle Seahawks have “mutually parted ways” with defensive assistant coach Travis Jones after five seasons with the team.
Apparently, Russell Wilson will refer to his new play caller as “Schotty.”
The Seattle Seahawks have hired Brian Schottenheimer as their offensive coordinator and are bringing back Ken Norton Jr. to oversee the defense.
The Seahawks are bringing back former assistant Ken Norton Jr. as defensive coordinator with Kris Richard apparently on his way out. The news was first reported by Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network and then confirmed by the 49ers, who had hired Norton last week as assistant head coach-defense/inside linebackers.
The Seahawks are expected to hire Brian Schottenheimer as their new offensive coordinator to replace Darrell Bevell, who was fired on Tuesday in the wake of a 9-7 season that saw Seattle miss the playoffs for the first time since 2011.
Here are five factors that played into Seahawks coach Pete Carroll’s decision to fire Tom Cable and Darrell Bevell, listed in no particular order.
The Oakland Raiders will host the Seattle Seahawks in the first NFL game at the new London stadium of English Premier League club Tottenham. The game will be played in week six of the season on Oct. 14.
The Seahawks fired offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and offensive line coach Tom Cable on Wednesday. Bevell was in charge of calling plays, while Cable was responsible for a run game and offensive line that failed to meet expectations.
The Seahawks on Wednesday fired offensive-line coach and assistant head coach Tom Cable, a source told The Seattle Times. The move is part of a decision to revamp its offensive coaching staff in the wake of a 9-7 season that saw the Seahawks miss the playoffs for the first time since 2011.