Starting running back? Nickel corner? Fifth wideout? Roster spots up for grabs beginning July 26
by: Jack Browne — The Score 22 Jun
The NFL's mission for parity doesn't often reach teams who make it to - and win - the Super Bowl, but you can't fault the league for ensuring a radically different playoff field year in and year out.From 1991-2017, the average number of returning teams...
by: Corbin Smith — USA Today: Seahawks Wire 21 Jun
Since taking over as coach of the Seattle Seahawks in 2010, Pete Carroll has consistently placed emphasis on competition, believing it is a key to success not just on the football field, but in lif…
by: Kalyn Kahler June 21, 2018 — Sports Illustrated 21 Jun
The Vikings brought in the hottest name in free agency, while the Bears reinforced for the passing game, while the Lions look to lift the run game out of the cellar. But will these moves be enough to keep the perennial favorite Packers out of the...
by: Lee Vowell — Fansided: 12th Man Rising 21 Jun
The Seahawks announced the signing of 2018 draftee Rasheem Green on Wednesday. Now all Green needs to do is prove he can be a good NFL player. With the Sea...
Seahawks mailbag: Can C.J. Prosise contribute in 2018? And which position group is the biggest question mark?
by: Bob Condotta — The Seattle Times 20 Jun
C.J. Prosise's durability is an unknown, but the defensive line may stand as the Seahawks' biggest question mark as Seattle enters the 2018 season.
by: Andy Patton — USA Today: Seahawks Wire 19 Jun
With the losses of Michael Bennett, Cliff Avril and Sheldon Richardson, the Seattle Seahawks’ defensive line will look very different in 2018. A big piece of their new-look line will be 2017 …
by: Brady Henderson — NFL Nation: Seattle Seahawks 19 Jun
Seattle was better off keeping Earl Thomas and dealing with a holdout than trading him for a mid-round pick. But how long will his holdout last?
by: Gregg Bell — The News Tribune 15 Jun
Coach Pete Carroll ended offseason workouts raving about how much competition there is for Seahawks jobs, and saying the players sense it. Which starting spots are available entering training camp? Who are the favorites to get them?
by: John Clayton — MY Northwest 15 Jun
Wide receiver David Moore is impressing, Shaquill Griffin looks natural at left corner, Doug Baldwin is showing leadership, and believe it or not, there's a legitimate competition at kicker. 'The Professor' John Clayton offers his final observations from.
by: Tim Kearny — The Sports Daily: Oregon Sports News 15 Jun
The Seattle Seahawks pass rush has been a good indicator of how effective the defense is in years past, and I expect 2018 to be no different.
Focus is on changed secondary. But this new Seahawks' defense has a bigger issue coming out of offseason
by: Gregg Bell — The Olympian 15 Jun
Focus is on changed, anonymous secondary but Seattle Seahawks' issue is pass rush