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Seahawks release star cornerback Richard Sherman

The Seahawks officially released cornerback Richard Sherman Friday morning, a move that had been rumored for two days and will for now end the Seattle career of one of the team’s most iconic players.

Seahawks remain silent on national anthem plans

A day after several Seahawks players talked about joining cornerback Jeremy Lane in possibly sitting during the national anthem before Sunday’s game against Miami – and with Bobby Wagner saying the players might decide to do something as a team – the tenor appeared to change.

Seahawks re-sign Jermaine Kearse and Jeremy Lane

The Seahawks have kept another key free agent home, agreeing to a deal Thursday with receiver Jermaine Kearse. A source close to the situation confirmed to the Seattle Times an earlier report that Kearse will re-sign with the Seahawks. It’s being reported as a three-year deal worth $13.5 million.

Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane came through when needed

RENTON, Wash. – “Don’t watch every pick,” Jeremy Lane’s agent Jim Ivler warned him before last April’s NFL draft. The healthiest way to survive the weekend for Lane, according to Ivler, was to get out of the house, get away from all of the talking heads and all of the speculation and let Ivler worry about the where and when of the draft. “I watched every pick,” Lane said, laughing last week at his innocence. “I don’t wish that on anybody. I never want to go through that again.”