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Clinton McDonald signs tender with Seahawks

Clinton McDonald signs tender with Seahawks

profootballtalk.com Updated Apr 2, 2013
Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Clinton McDonald is the second of three restricted free agents to sign their tenders to return to the team for next season. Long snapper Clint Gresham signed his tender last month. Safety Chris Maragos remains as the on…
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  • Seahawks sidestep Clemons’ comments about gay players

    Seahawks sidestep Clemons’ comments about gay players

    profootballtalk.com Apr 2, 2013
    Last week, Seahawks defensive end Chris Clemons suggested that a gay player who chooses to expose his sexuality would be engaging in a selfish act that would divide the team. Dominic Holden of The Stranger, a Seattle newspaper, has been trying to get a …
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  • Carson Palmer and other trade acquisitions

    Carson Palmer and other trade acquisitions

    ESPN.com Apr 2, 2013
    Carson Palmer is the 27th veteran player NFC West teams have acquired since 2010. The Seattle Seahawks have acquired 13 of them, including current contributors Percy Harvin, Marshawn Lynch, Chris Clemons and Clinton McDonald. Palmer, acquired by the Ari…
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  • DT Branch signs one-year deal with Bills

    DT Branch signs one-year deal with Bills

    Former Seattle Seahawks defensive tackle Alan Branch on Tuesday signed a one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills, the team announced.
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Sports Columnists

  • Peter King: Palmer deal had to happen, more QB musical chairs; mail

    Apr 2
    It's another day to write about quarterbacks. Three topics I want to clear up, in the wake of all the quarterback action in the last few days.
  • Don Banks: Tank Carradine could make next epic comeback, but do teams beli…

    Apr 2
    Chances are there are no Adrian Petersons waiting to be discovered in this year's NFL draft class. For the first time in league history, there might not even be a running back taken in the first round.