Phillip Dorsett has never set foot in Seattle or anywhere in the Pacific Northwest. Not as a player in either of his previous NFL stops. Not in college. Not even for a random trip.
Thursday, the Seahawks made a move to put that talk to a stop, agreeing to re-sign Geno Smith, who served as Russell Wilson’s backup last year and will compete to do so again in 2020.
Quinton Dunbar spent Thursday morning on a video conference talking about what he could add to the Seattle Seahawks defense after arriving via a trade in March.
Try searching for pundits who picked the Seahawks to win 11 games last year.
Whoever first said that timing is everything has never been proven wrong.
D.K. Metcalf says the best advice he received as a rookie was to sit down last at team meetings.
So we finally have dates, times and TV designations to go along with the team names on the Seahawks’ regular-season schedule for 2020.
For all the talk of how the 2020 NFL schedule might look different due to the novel coronavirus, when it was finally unveiled Thursday, Seattle's slate looked pretty similar to most other recent years.
Earl Thomas was not arrested in the incident, TMZ reported. Nina Thomas, according to the report, was arrested for burglary of a residence with intent to commit aggravated assault. She was released on bond.
You could dream about Lynch coming back to the Seahawks, as he revealed Monday that the two sides are discussing, and this time leading them back to the Super Bowl. Or, you could make the case I’m going to make: Leave well enough alone.
Every day he has a meeting scheduled, Greg Olsen leaves his house in Charlotte, North Carolina, and travels a few minutes away to the office where his foundation is located.
Since the final gun sounded on the Seahawks’ playoff loss to Green Bay in January at Lambeau Field, no one involved has ruled out that Marshawn Lynch’s return to the team late in the 2019 season could extend to 2020.