SEATTLE — Aldon Smith, who signed with the Seahawks last week in the latest step in reviving an NFL career that has been beset by legal and other issues, is wanted in connection to a second-degree battery case in the New Orleans area, according to a report from WDSU-TV in New Orleans.
SEATTLE — Aldon Smith is back in the NFC West.
SEATTLE — Tyler Lockett is not looking to the end of his career just yet.
The Seahawks have just three picks in the 2021 draft, and none until the second round at No. 56 overall.
SEATTLE — About two weeks after the Seahawks released Carlos Dunlap, they called him again, this time offering a deal for him to stay.
SEATTLE — The days of a .500 season in the NFL will become extremely rare as the league officially approved a 17-game schedule beginning in 2021.
We’re two full weeks into the NFL free-agent signing period.
SEATTLE — The Seahawks on Friday released defensive tackle Jarran Reed after finding no takers on the trade market for the $8.9 million 2021 salary cap hit any team would have had to take on.
SEATTLE — The Seahawks won their gamble with defensive end Carlos Dunlap.
SEATTLE — The Seahawks on Tuesday began taking care of their biggest remaining needs this offseason — shoring up the pass rush — by bringing back one of their best edge rushers of last season, veteran Benson Mayowa, and then signing free agent Kerry Hyder of the 49ers.
You may have heard a time or two the last few months that the Seahawks offensive line is “in dire need of a makeover’’ or “should be overhauled completely.’’ At times, it seemed as if the only acceptable solution to Seattle’s line issues would have been to send them collectively on the Perse…
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SEATTLE — The plan the Seahawks envisioned for their defensive line at the beginning of the 2020 season didn’t come to fruition.
Our review of Seahawks’ position groups continues with the offensive line.
Our review of the Seahawks position groups continues with a spot that was record-setting and perplexing in 2020 — wide receiver.
Our review of the Seahawks’ position groups continues with the tight ends, a spot that initially appeared to be a vastly improved and key part of the offense. Instead, it became a spot where things didn’t ever seem to go as planned.
Seahawks players will disperse now. They’re heading off, out of town, back home, or on vacation somewhere to start a long offseason. But before going, coach Pete Carroll wanted to remind them about the challenges of reacclimating to society during a global pandemic.
After a long, difficult wait, Cooper Kupp finally contributed to a postseason win for the Los Angeles Rams.
We’ll start with the good, because there is a whole lot of it.
SEATTLE — The old guy has still