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The Seahawks end minicamp with a private ceremony to receive their Super Bowl rings Thursday.
The Seattle Seahawks like to talk about how competitive their practices are. That got taken to a different level during Wednesday’s minicamp, when a fight broke out between cornerback Richard Sherman and receiver Phil Bates.
The Seahawks running back shows up at the three-day camp despite growing speculation that he would sit out.
The Seattle Seahawks have finalized their signing of veteran defensive tackle Kevin Williams and added running back Demitrius Bronson to their roster ahead of this week’s minicamp.
The ball was in the air and “the voice” was in his ear.
The happy-go-lucky portion of the Seahawks’ championship offseason is over now. Marshawn Lynch is reportedly upset and seeking a new contract. And it doesn’t take the New Orleans Saints to fear what happens when Beast Mode makes a run for the money.
After losing three defensive linemen this offseason, Seattle adds former Viking Kevin Williams.
After a busy offseason, CB Richard Sherman gets back to work on the upcoming year.
Russell Wilson, Version III, looked slightly different Monday, hairdo-wise. But Seahawks fans will no doubt be pleased to hear that his sound bytes were vintage in their emphasis on focus, preparation and the always-popular need to hone his fundamentals.
With Super Bowl MVP Malcolm Smith already out after ankle surgery, fellow linebacker Bruce Irvin goes under the knife on Monday.
RENTON, Wash. — Doug Baldwin and the Seattle Seahawks agreed to a contract extension that locks up the former undrafted wide receiver through the 2016 season.
Head coach Pete Carroll says Thomas would be the team’s punt returner if the season started today.
President Obama pays homage to the Super Bowl champions at the White House on Wednesday.
In the past three months, the Seahawks have turned our football-loving nation blue and green, chapped their lips kissing the Lombardi Trophy and experienced the grandest sports parade to hit Seattle in 35 years.
Departed Seattle players will join the team as it’s honored today at the traditional White House presentation.
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