• Seahawks offering Leon Washington in trade

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Mar 12, 2013
    The best kick returner the Seahawks have had won't be back next season as the Seahawks informed Leon Washington he will be released. The Seattle Seahawks are planning to release running back Leon Washington, general manager John Schneider confirmed Tuesday. As the Seahawks reconfigure cap and budget following today’s blockbuster trade for Percy Harvin, they’re shopping return man Leon Washington Jason La Canfora March 12, 2013 The 30-year-old Washington, who has been with the Seahawks for three seasons, said goodbye on Twitter Tuesday: Washington was acquired from the Jets on a draft-day trade in April 2010 and returned two kickoffs for touchdowns in his third game as a Seahawk. He was one of the team’s best players in 2010 and made the Pro Bowl last season when he ranked second in the league in kickoff returns among players who had enough attempts to qualify for the league leaders.
    • Source: Seahawks to cut returner Washington

      The Seattle Seahawks are planning to release running back Leon Washington, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Adam Schefter.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Report: Seahawks shopping Leon Washington

      As the Seahawks reconfigure cap and budget following today's blockbuster trade for Percy Harvin, they're shopping return man Leon Washington - Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) March 12, 2013 Seattle is on the brink of adding one of the league's most e

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