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Kam Chancellor shares optimism of an extension with Seahawks

Kam Chancellor arrived at Seattle Seahawks training camp happy, healthy and without a contract extension. That last piece may be resolved sooner rather than later.

Seahawks consider this pivotal season for tight end Jimmy Graham

Asked in June to evaluate how tight end Jimmy Graham has fit in with the Seahawks during his first two seasons, coach Pete Carroll delivered a response that surely raised …

Pro Football Focus shows no faith in Seattle Seahawks’ offensive line

During the Seahawks’ minicamp last month, offensive line coach Tom Cable made what might have seemed like a surprising admission.

Seahawks think they got it right with offseason program

The Seahawks have wrapped up their offseason program with the conclusion of their mandatory minicamp. Seattle’s offseason program was shorter than most others in the NFL because of penalties incurred …

Seahawks move on without quarterback Colin Kaepernick in the fold

Doug Baldwin completely understood why the Seattle Seahawks brought Colin Kaepernick in for a visit.

Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin claims team shrugged off ESPN’s Richard Sherman story

While there is no overall media access to the Seattle Seahawks’ first week of OTAs until Friday, receiver Doug Baldwin sat down Tuesday morning for an interview on ESPN 710 …

UPDATED: Mon., May 22, 2017

Eddie Lacy signing creates training-camp intrigue for Seahawks

When a guy gets called out for being too fat in a place where haute cuisine consists of PBR, bratwurst and cheese curds, the shame figures to run thick as …

UPDATED: Wed., May 17, 2017

Colin Kaepernick vs. RGIII: Who would you rather have on the Seahawks?

On Monday, Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll was asked about Seattle’s search for a quarterback to back up Russell Wilson. Specifically, he was asked about whether his team was interested in …

UPDATED: Mon., May 15, 2017

Could Colin Kaepernick, Robert Griffin III be an option for Seahawks? Pete Carroll says maybe

Could Colin Kaepernick really be an option for a Seahawks’ team whose backup quarterback spot hasn’t exactly gotten clearer during the offseason?

Seattle Seahawks will kick off 2017 season at Green Bay

A tough beginning. A relatively soft-looking middle. A potentially tough ending.

UPDATED: Thu., April 6, 2017

Art Thiel: Richard Sherman situation could hurt both sides if trade occurs

After he skipped his usual midweek podium media session at Seahawks headquarters Dec. 28, cornerback Richard Sherman took some questions from reporters gathered around his locker at VMAC headquarters.

UPDATED: Tue., March 14, 2017

Seattle Seahawks, RB Eddie Lacy agree to one-year contract

Running back Eddie Lacy, who played just five games last year, was the Offensive Rookie of the Year in 2013, when he rushed for 1,178 yards and 11 touchdowns.

Seahawks notes: NFL looking at Sherman injury

The NFL is investigating the Seahawks – for the fourth time in six years.

Pete Carroll: Richard Sherman played 2nd half of season with knee injury

Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman played the second half of the season with an injured knee, although he was never listed on any injury report.

UPDATED: Sun., Jan. 15, 2017

Older Seahawks understand their opportunites are waning

Doug Baldwin and the Seattle Seahawks landed back home sometime around midnight as Saturday turned to Sunday.

Understanding pass game led to evolution of Seahawks linebacker Bobby Wagner

Listing all the ways Seattle linebacker Bobby Wagner believes he’s a better player than four years ago when the Seahawks last came across the Atlanta Falcons in the postseason would …

Seahawks can thank Atlanta coach Dan Quinn for bringing back Michael Bennett

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says in retrospect he doesn’t think he felt any differently after the 2012 season than he has after any other.

Seahawks will try to rediscover their running game in playoff opener against Lions

The Seattle Seahawks announced this week that they will have University of Washington seismologists at the ready Saturday night to provide real-time monitoring of the ground vibrations generated by fans …

Without Earl Thomas, Seahawks’ vaunted defense looks vulnerable

Until a month ago, the Seattle Seahawks never knew what it was like without Earl Thomas on the field.

Pete Carroll says Seahawks’ offer to Golden Tate in 2014 ‘didn’t get communicated really well’

Seattle’s wild-card playoff game against Detroit on Saturday marks another reunion with a key member of the Seahawks’ 2013 Super Bowl champs – receiver Golden Tate.

Seahawks enter the playoffs with a whimper, not a roar

For the fifth straight season, the Seattle Seahawks have won 10 games and are headed to the playoffs, the longest such streaks in franchise history.

Inconsistent Seahawks need help to get first-round bye

The end of December is when the Seattle Seahawks are supposed to be on a surge, not limping toward the conclusion of the regular season with questions clouding whether the …

Seahawks’ home-field advantage stands out even more than usual this season

For the Seahawks, home has always been where the hope is.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said he expected more remorse from Richard Sherman

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll admitted Thursday he expected to hear more contrition from Richard Sherman when the Seattle cornerback met with the media earlier this week.

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, CB Richard Sherman clear air during Friday meeting

It was Richard Sherman’s reaction during a private meeting Friday morning with Seahawks coach Pete Carroll that ultimately mattered more to Carroll than how Sherman reacted during and after the …

Simple for Seahawks: Beat Los Angeles, clinch NFC West

For all of their wild inconsistency this season, the path is straightforward for the Seattle Seahawks.

Pete Carroll has no interest in coaching Rams

Pete Carroll’s ties to Los Angeles have led to some inevitable speculation connecting him to the suddenly open coaching vacancy of the Rams. Specifically, a story Tuesday morning reported …

Quick turnaround could benefit Seahawks

If there was ever a perfect week for a Thursday night game to land on the Seattle Seahawks schedule, this would be that week.

Seattle loses safety Earl Thomas for rest of the season

It was one thing for the Seattle Seahawks to know they would be without safety Earl Thomas for one game, maybe two.

Russell Wilson won’t lose sleep over Seattle’s problems at offensive line

Yes, Russell Wilson got sacked a half-dozen times.