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Late Sunday night, former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin sent out a series of tweets that indicate he has officially retired from football, writes Andersen Pickard.
Ashlie Abrahams breaks down the Seahawks’ sudden release of Doug Baldwin and Kam Chancellor.
During the draft, the Seahawks built up assets to help construct the future of their franchise, writes Andersen Pickard.
Griffin Clark breaks down the Seahawks’ new acquisition in tight end Jacob Hollister.
The clock is ticking on a potential extension of Russell Wilson, writes Andersen Pickard. Where do things stand between the Seattle Seahawks and their mobile quarterback?
Aaron Gershon power ranks every team in the NFL heading towards the NFL Draft.
Should the Bills be interested in Frank Clark? Keith Domon debates if he is the right pass-rusher for the Buffalo.
The period for teams to place a franchise tag on any impending free agent closes tomorrow. To continue an eight-part series breaking down candidates to be franchise tagged, Andersen Pickard looked at the NFC West.
Just like every season, NFL teams will take on ten non-divisional opponents during the regular season, in addition to their divisional opponents. Griffin Clark previews these matchups even though there are hundreds of days before this upcoming season begins.
Frank Clark is expected to be a member of the Seahawks next season, but it is yet to be determined whether he will reach a long-term deal with the team or be franchise tagged.
After a disappointing loss to the Dallas Cowboys in the wild-card round, the Seahawks exit 2018 and enter the 2019 season with various offseason needs. Here is a detailed look at how the Seattle Seahawks will prepare for free agency and the upcoming NFL draft.