Seahawks’ Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor enter 2016 season healthy and happy
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Earl Thomas is healthy (and newly married) while Kam Chancellor appears happily back in the fold after last year’s holdout. They are expected to serve once again as bookend Pro Bowl-caliber safeties in Seattle’s secondary.Share Tweet
Linkpost: Seahawks 16 for ’16seattletimes.com 4 hours agoRead our full Seahawks 16 for '16 series: Counting down Bob Condotta's picks for the 16 most pivotal players as the Seahawks enter the 2016 season.Share TweetSeahawks to meet with Michael Bennett's agent about a new dealShare TweetThe Seattle Seahawks have reached a contract extension with general manager John Schneider, the NFL team announced on Sunday. The new deal extends through 2021, according to the NFL’s website, and is expected to make Schneider one of the highest paid ge…Share Tweetseattletimes.com 18 hours agoFans with wristbands had to return to CenturyLink Field on Monday morning for a chance to buy tickets at $66 each. A total of 1,700 single-game tickets per game are being sold at the CenturyLink Field NW Box Office.Share Tweet
Seahawks’ Richard Sherman rose to the challenge last season, locked down top receiversseattletimes.com 19 hours agoAccording to Pro Football Focus, Sherman allowed the third-lowest completion percentage among cornerbacks who had at least 60 passes thrown their way, at 48.4 percent.Share Tweet
Seahawks need Doug Baldwin to step up againseattletimes.com Jul 23 (2 days ago)Doug Baldwin, who set records last season for which he was heavily rewarded in the offseason, is No. 6 on our countdown of the 16 most important Seahawks. .Share TweetSeahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett tells the Huffington Post he is one of the top five defensive ends in the league and wants to be compensated fairly.Share Tweet
Seahawks 16 for ’16: Will Justin Britt be a good fit at center?seattletimes.com Jul 22 (3 days ago)Among the moves the Seahawks have made this offseason to reshape their offensive line, the most surprising was the shifting of Britt from left guard to center. He played right tackle his rookie season.Share Tweet
Seahawks’ Kam Chancellor on being picked NFL’s most overrated player: ‘Thank you for the publicity’Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor took to Twitter on Thursday after being labeled the most overrated player in the NFL.Share Tweet
University of Washington to investigate Richard Ellenbogen, NFL health committee memberThe University of Washington has formed a special committee to investigate claims made in a congressional report that Richard Ellenbogen, chairman of UW’s Department of Neurological Surgery, tried to influence a major research study on football and brai…Share Tweet
Single-game Seahawks tickets go on sale MondayThe Seahawks announced that 1,700 single-game tickets will go on sale Monday, but fans must wait in line on Sunday to receive a wristband.Share Tweet
Seahawks 16 for ’16: Can J’Marcus Webb help stabilize offensive line?Webb looms as a big part in the line’s makeover, as the Seahawks envision the 6-foot-7, 331-pounder taking over at right tackle. That allows the Seahawks to move Garry Gilliam to left tackle, where they think he can be a long-term replacement for Russel…Share TweetSeahawks expect Thomas Rawls, Jimmy Graham to start in Week 1Share Tweet
Seahawks 16 for ’16: How will Jeremy Lane respond to first big payday of NFL career?seattletimes.com Jul 20 (5 days ago)Lane, who has six career NFL starts, received a four-year, $23 million contract in March that included $11 million guaranteed. He will take over the starting job at right cornerback, opposite Richard Sherman.Share Tweet
Seahawks’ Russell Wilson among those getting paid to use Facebook Liveseattletimes.com Jul 19 (6 days ago)The Seahawks quarterback will get $200,000 over the next year to use Facebook's new live video service and share his busy summer with fans.Share Tweet
Potential Seahawks, Rams vacancies would be heavily pursuedprofootballtalk.com Jul 18 (7 days ago)It’s way to early to think that Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and G.M. John Schneider will voluntarily leave Seattle after the season or that Rams coach Jeff Fisher and G.M. Les Snead involuntarily will be asked to exit L.A. But here’s one thing that quic…Share Tweet
Seahawks 16 for ’16: Can tight end Jimmy Graham be a consistent difference-maker?seattletimes.com Jul 18Acquired in a March 2015 trade, Graham arrived with expectations that probably were unrealistic. He then suffered a patellar-tendon injury in Week 11 that knocked him out for the rest of the season and led to much conjecture about when he can return, an…Share Tweet
Lack of extensions for Carroll, Schneider should concern Seahawks fansprofootballtalk.com Jul 18Things have been quiet for the Seahawks lately. But for the wedding of quarterback Russell Wilson, there’s been no news. And no news, in the offseason, is good news. But it’s not good news that there’s no news regarding the contracts of coach Pete Carro…Share Tweet
Seahawks 16 for ’16: Can linebacker Bobby Wagner shake off offseason ‘disrespect’?seattletimes.com Jul 17Reviews on how well Wagner played in his first season after signing a four-year, $43 million deal were mixed. Neither Pro Football Focus nor the NFL Network placed Wagner on its offseason list of the league’s top 100 players.Share Tweet
Does Bennett deserve to be paid more?Jul 25Josina Anderson and Damien Woody join Hannah Storm to break down what it will take for the Seahawks and Michael Bennett to agree on an extension and the impact this is having on the locker room.
Wilson congratulates Griffey Jr. on HOF inductionJul 24Seahawks QB Russell Wilson salutes fellow Seattle athlete Ken Griffey Jr. on his Hall of Fame induction and thanks "The Kid" for being an inspiration to him and many others.
Why Bennett probably won't get the deal he wantsJul 24Antonio Pierce and Adam Caplan break down how impressive Michael Bennett's performance has been but why he probably won't get the contract he wants.
Bielema describes the scene at Russell Wilson's weddingJul 18Arkansas coach Bret Bielema, who coached Russell Wilson at Wisconsin, describes the scene at Wilson's wedding to Ciara.