Report: Seahawks no longer interested in Colin Kaepernick
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, Kaepernick’s attorneys took depositions from Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider as part of a collusion grievance.
Seahawks players wish moms a happy Mother’s Day | Seahawks Wire
Several Seattle Seahawks took to social media to express their love for their moms and wish everyone a happy Mother’s Day.
Seattle Seahawks meet with Brandon Marshall: Report | OregonLive.com
The free agent wide receiver played in just five games with the New York Giants before suffering a season-ending broken ankle in 2017.
Seahawks cut Stephen Morris – ProFootballTalk
When the Seahawks signed quarterback Stephen Morris as a backup option to Russell Wilson this offseason, it was noted that he’s never played in a regular season game since entering the league in 2014. Unless the Seahawks have a change in plans, that’s not going to change in Seattle this season.
Former Seattle Seahawks coach Chuck Knox dies at age 86
Chuck Knox, a three-time NFL Coach of the Year whose career included stints with the Rams, Bills and Seahawks, died at age 86 after suffering from dementia, the Seahawks confirmed Sunday.
Remembering Former Seahawks Coach Chuck Knox, And His Many ‘Knoxisms’
Former Seahawks reporter Clare Farnsworth, who covered the club for 36 seasons, reflects on his relationship with Ring of Honor member Chuck Knox, and the former Seattle head coach’s many ‘Knoxisms’.
Contract talks with Lions are slow, but Golden Tate would “love to get something done” – ProFootballTalk
Golden Tate is hoping to get paid . . . and hoping to get paid by the Lions. The receiver is scheduled to make a base salary of $7 million in the final year of the five-year, $31 million contract he signed with the Lions in free agency in 2014.
Cowboys give rookie a homework assignment: Study Chris Doleman – ProFootballTalk
Cowboys rookie defensive end Dorance Armstrong was born in 1997. Hall of Fame defensive end Chris Doleman’s NFL career ended in 1999. So Armstrong can be forgiven if he doesn’t know much about Doleman. But Cowboys defensive coordinator Rod Marinelli told Armstrong to find out.
Cards gave Greg Little a look in minicamp – ProFootballTalk
They call them rookie minicamps, but often teams are looking at guys who are far from rookies. Via Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic, the Cards took a look at former second-round pick Greg Little, the wide receiver the Browns took in the second round of the 2011 NFL Draft.