Rasheem Green’s scheme fit with the Seattle Seahawks – Conquest Chronicles
The now-former Trojan defensive end found a home in Seattle—but will his skill-set translate into success at the next level?
king5.com | Seahawks 3 biggest losers of the 2018 NFL Draft
Two Seahawks veterans and one free agent signee are already on notice.
Seahawks Offseason Workout Program: May 1
Photos from the start of Phase 2 of the Seahawks’ 2018 offseason workout program on May 1, 2018 at Virginia Mason Athletic Center.
Tre Flowers, Seattle Seahawks’ fifth-round pick in NFL draft, almost lost his father in accident | The News Tribune
The Seahawks drafted Tre Flowers from Oklahoma State in the fifth round to convert him from college safety to a prototypical Seattle cornerback. He’s been through so much more than a position switch.
Seahawks better? Yes. Good enough? No. | Sportspress Northwest
The Seahawks filled considerable holes on the offense during free agency and the draft, but now it’s the defense that seems booked for decay in 2018.
Seahawks make cornerback Byron Maxwell’s return official on a one-year deal | The News Tribune
The Seahawks make official news that was known last week, the re-signing of veteran cornerback Byron Maxwell to a one-year contract. He started at the end of last season after Richard Sherman got hurt.
Seahawks Re-Sign Cornerback Byron Maxwell
The Seahawks have re-signed cornerback Byron Maxwell, a sixth-round pick by Seattle in the 2011 draft.
Seahawks 2018 Free Agency Tracker
Track the Seahawks’ comings and goings as NFL free agency rolls along.
The Plan At Cornerback, Drafting A Punter & More In This Week’s Twitter Q&A
You had Seahawks questions; we have answers.
The Seahawks committed to the run through the draft early and often
There have been a lot of questions about the Seahawks draft picks. There’s one solid answer to every one of them: it’s all about the running game.
Breaking down the draft class: Rashaad Penny | Seahawks Draft Blog
Rashaad Penny is going to Seattle! #SeahawksDraft pic.twitter.com/8Uh70rovxQ— SDSU Football (@SDSUFootball) April 27, 2018 Before getting into
John Elway: Broncos not giving up on Paxton Lynch – NFL.com
Now that Denver’s draft has come and gone without a marquee quarterback addition, general manager John Elway insists former first-round pick Paxton Lynch has a new lease on life with the Broncos.
Moritz Boehringer added to Cincinnati Bengals roster – NFL.com
Moritz Boehringer is getting a second shot in the NFL. The former sixth-round pick is back in the league with the Cincinnati Bengals via the league’s International Player Pathway program.
Fifth-year option tracker for 2015 first-round picks – NFL.com
With the deadline for 2015 first-round picks to have their 2019 options picked up quickly approaching, Kevin Patra takes a rundown of the players who have had their option exercised.
Russ Brandon resigns as Bills, Sabres president – NFL.com
Bills president Russ Brandon has resigned, according to a statement from Pegula Sports and Entertainment. Kim Pegula assumes Brandon’s previous responsibilities as president of the organizations.
Big Ben: Rudolph era won’t begin for ‘3 to 5 years’ – NFL.com
Mason Rudolph could be the heir apparent in Pittsburgh, but future Hall of Fame quarterback Ben Roethlisberger put a halt to talk of Rudolph succeeding him in the next two to three years.
Ballard: Quenton Nelson ‘easiest pick’ I’ve ever made – NFL.com
When Colts GM Chris Ballard invited local reporters to the team’s war room for a post-draft film session, per the Indianapolis Star, he noted that Nelson was “the easiest pick I’ve ever been a part of.”