SEATTLE – The Seahawks on Tuesday made major moves toward taking care of one of their biggest remaining needs this offseason – shoring up the pass rush – by bringing back one of their best edge rushers of last season, veteran Benson Mayowa, and then signing free agent Kerry Hyder of the San Francisco 49ers.
Free Agent Frenzy was its typical Fast and Furious self this year around the NFL.
SEATTLE — Coach Pete Carroll said after the 2020 season that he wanted the Seahawks to run it more and better in 2021.
A position group that has been the subject of much offseason conversation — the Seahawks’ offensive line — may now be complete as Seattle has re-signed center Ethan Pocic. A source confirmed to The Seattle Times the move is expected.
What’s worth remembering in all that happened in the last six weeks is that the Seattle Seahawks never wanted to trade Russell Wilson.
Because international law dictates that everything happening this NFL offseason must be viewed through the lens of how it affects Russell Wilson, let’s take stock after the first two days of free agency.
Given the way the NFL news cycle works, rumors about Russell Wilson’s future in Seattle may never really end.
A person familiar with negotiations says the Jacksonville Jaguars and former Seattle cornerback Shaquill Griffin have agreed to a three-year deal worth up to $44.5 million and includes $29 million guaranteed, the most significant move for new coach Urban Meyer in his NFL debut.
SEATTLE – The NFL’s 2021 salary cap has been set at $182.5 million, the league announced Wednesday, representing an 8% decline from 2020 due to COVID-19-related revenue losses.
Pride is in the air.
No matter what happens next, the Carlos Dunlap experience was a win for the Seahawks. Whether the defensive end ends up wearing blue and green beyond 2020, his contributions went above and beyond.
In a move that for now saves $14.1 million against the team’s 2021 salary cap, the Seahawks released veteran defensive end Carlos Dunlap on Monday.