This is the May 7, 2013 news archive. View today's Seahawks rumors and news.
Kicker John Kasay signed a one-day contract so he could retire as a Carolina Panther. Kasay kicked for the Seahawks from 1991 through the 1994 season.
Share TweetMarcus Trufant has signed as a free agent with Jacksonville, where he will be reunited with former Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley.Share TweetA hat tip to KJR-AM host Dick Fain, who on Twitter earlier today passed along this story that includes early point spreads for every NFL game this season. Here are the spreads for every Seahawks game listed (it doesn’t list the last game against the RamSource: seattletimes.comShare TweetNick Reed was one of the Pac 10's all-time sack leaders as a star for the Oregon Ducks, but he didn't hear his name called until the seventh round of the 2009 NFL draft. The Seattle Seahawks took the undersized pass-rusher there, and after one season in…Source: yahoo.comShare TweetA few morning links on the Seahawks, and Seahawk-related items. … - No surprise that the Seahawks have emerged as one of the favorites in the “Predict the Season” fan vote on NFL.com. - Hawk draftee Jordan Hill graduated from Penn State over theSource: seattletimes.com
Why Pro Bowl CB can become free agentUpdated May 7 Share TweetPatrick from Oakland, Calif., and David from Anchorage, Alaska have reached out with questions about Seattle Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner's status as a potential free agent following the 2013 season. I've written that Browner can become an unrest…Source: ESPN.com
Don Banks: Jets owner closes door on Tebow era, but not QB competitionMay 7PHILADELPHIA -- Opting for dramatic understatement, New York Jets owner Woody Johnson summarized his team's failed Tim Tebow experiment as "something that didn't work for us,'' and acknowledged for the first time "the fit obviously wasn't perf…
Jim Trotter: States, former players trying to level NFL playing field on w…May 7SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- Reggie Williams' movements are as labored as his breathing. While others walk the halls of the state Capitol with apparent ease, the 58-year-old former Cincinnati Bengals linebacker struggles to get around. He has a crutch under ea…
Peter King: Nobody balances need vs. value better than the Ravens; mailMay 7The fashionable thing to say for men who run drafts is they'll set their boards and honor them and take the best player available. I believe general managers approach drafts that way, but when it comes time to pull the trigger, they're going to pay more…