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Seahawks’ Jesse Williams expected to need knee surgery

After being carted off during Wednesday’s practice, Seahawks’ defensive lineman Jesse Williams is expected to need to undergo knee surgery. DL Jesse Williams expected to require knee surgery after Wednesday's injury. — Danny 710ESPNSeattle (@DDMon710) July 31, 2014 This just another blow to a talented player that’s already endured a few knee surgeries. var ACE_AR...
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Report: Marshawn Lynch to end holdout

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will end his holdout, which lasted eight days, and is expected to report to training camp in the next 24 hours, reports ESPN’s Adam Schefter. Marshawn Lynch is planning to end his holdout and is expected to report to Seattle’s training camp in next 24 hours, via @caplannfl and me. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) July 31, 2014 According...
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Report: Marshawn Lynch ending holdout, will report in 24 hours

ESPN’s Adam Caplan (via Adam Schefter) is reporting that Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch will end his holdout and report to training camp in the next 24 hours. Adam Schefter reported on Wednesday that Lynch had already triggered a $275,000 fine by holding out of training camp. The Seahawks had maintained that they had no intention of renegotiating Lynch’s contract to include a...
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Seahawks place TE Anthony McCoy on IR, sign WR Ronald Johnson

According to Curtis Crabtree of, the Seattle Seahawks have placed tight end Anthony McCoy on the injured reserve list and signed wide receiver Ronald Johnson. McCoy, who missed all of last season with a torn right Achilles tendon, tore his left Achilles tendon at practice on Tuesday. Johnson was drafted by the 49ers in the sixth round of the 2011 draft. ...
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Terrelle Pryor says he is 'finding my niche in this offense'

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Terrelle Pryor understands that Russell Wilson is the cemented starter, however, as anyone who is a fan of the NFL knows, Pryor is one hit away from being a possible starter. Pryor said that he's picking up the offense and that it's a system that he knows very well, helping his learning curve. “I’m finding my niche in this offense,”...
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Richard Sherman Bitter About Patrick Peterson's Contract

Like the NFL has said, wanted and got year round coverage with the old saying is that pro football doesn't have an off-season.  This used to apply more to the coaching staff as they have "office jobs" when they're not roaming the sidelines.  Players say that at the pro level the NFL doesn't have an off-season either because they have to train/stay in shape...
Via Route4Sports
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Report: Seahawks not interested in Jermichael Finley despite losing Anthony McCoy

Even though the Seattle Seahawks have lost tight end Anthony McCoy for the season to a torn Achilles,  they don’t plan on signing free agent Jermichael Finley,  according to A league source told PFT’s Mike Florio that the Seahawks would not be revisiting discussions regarding the former Green Bay Packers tight end. This likely means the Seahawks’ doctor...
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Seahawks GM on Marshawn Lynch holdout: ‘Next man up’

Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider isn’t worried about running back Marshawn Lynch’s absence from training camp. Schneider told ESPN’s John Clayton that the team will stick to their plan and its “next man up” while Lynch holds out of training camp for a new contract. “Everybody loves Beast Mode,” Schneider said, via The Seattle Times. “We love him...
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Seahawks rookie wide receiver Paul Richardson is putting on pounds

The main concern about Seattle Seahawks rookie wide receiver Paul Richardson has been his weight. When he was drafted he was listed at 183 pounds. As it turns out, that number was off by quite a bit. Richardson went on ESPN 710 Seattle yesterday and told Bob and Groz that he actually weighed 20 pounds LESS when he was playing at Colorado his senior year: “In college I was anywhere...
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Marshawn Lynch’s Mom Sunshine Goes Off on ESPN Reporter

Marshawn Lynch is currently giving away millions of dollars while holding out for a new contract that the Seahawks have no intentions of giving him. Because he’s a running back, media members are asking questions if the Seahawks would miss him that much if he never came back. One of those media members is ESPN’s Terry Blount. He wrote a pretty tame article detailing surviving...
Via BlackSportsOnline
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Richard Sherman’s reacts on Twitter to Patrick Peterson’s new deal

After hearing about Patrick Peterson’s new contract extension on Tuesday and finding out that he’s now the highest paid cornerback in the NFL,  Seahawks cornerback Ricahrd Sherman took an indirect shot at Peterson on Twitter. h/t BSO var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The...
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Marshawn Lynch's mom takes offense to ESPN article

Marshawn Lynch’s training camp holdout has been widely publicized and is starting to become widely criticized, with some even questioning the Pro Bowl running back’s worth to the Seahawks. ESPN writer Terry Blount is one of those debating whether or not Pete Carroll and John Schneider actually need Lynch for the 2014 season. Blount has poked Beast Mode, or shall we say Blount...
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Power Rankings: Seattle Seahawks no longer No. 1 in preseason edition

It’s finally here; football season has officially started. Every team in the NFL has reported for training camp, starting the process of preparing for opening day. And in the process, we’ve started to learn a little – both good and bad – about all 32 franchises. Some players are already starting to shine, while others are either struggling (best case) or getting injured ...
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Pete Carroll on Lynch holdout: 'It's a contract for a reason'

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll sounded much like general manager John Schneider on running back Marshawn Lynch's holdout. The team's brass seems to be more irritated than concerned over Lynch's contract demands and quite frankly have let it be known they won't be bullied into giving the rusher a new deal. "It's a contract for a reason. We made a...
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2 days ago  |  1 Comment

Earl Thomas says Russell Wilson has made another leap

Practicing against the best free safety in the league on a daily basis has made Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson tougher. Analysts are starting to come around and say what Seahawks fans have known for two years: that Wilson is an elite NFL quarterback. Now according to Earl Thomas he’s getting even better. Speaking Saturday at Seahawks training camp, Thomas said that...
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3 days ago  |  Discuss
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