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RENTON, Wash. — Add another point of intrigue to the beginning of Seahawks training camp Friday, as safety Kam Chancellor is considering holding out in an attempt to get a new contract.
RENTON, Wash. — There’s one undisputed fact as the Seahawks enter training camp — no undrafted free agent has more of a feel-good story than that of long snapper Nate Boyer.
James Carpenter’s departure leaves a question mark at left guard, and Alvin Bailey is next in line.
RENTON, Wash. — As the deadline looms for Russell Wilson to work out a contract extension with the Seahawks, guaranteed money remains at the heart of the impasse.
RENTON, Wash. — Today’s question: Will the 2013 draft class begin showing some returns on the Seahawks’ investment?
The Seahawks will sell 2,000 single-game tickets for each home game Monday in a first round of ticket sales. Because the team has embraced dynamic pricing, the cost of tickets sold will fluctuate based on demand.
Seattle selected LB Frank Clark in the second round after he was arrested for domestic violence.
A Spokane Valley man has been sentenced to six months in jail for faking on-the-job injuries and using the last names of Seattle Seahawks players to obtain prescription drugs.
RENTON, Wash. — The last work day before summer vacation inevitably comes with a celebratory feel.
RENTON, Wash. — Due to a penalty levied by the NFL for violating rules last year on how much contact is allowed during minicamps, the Seahawks will be able to practice on-field just once this year instead of the maximum three.
SEATTLE — Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will play the 2015 season with an insurance policy said to be worth millions in case of a career-ending injury. ESPN first reported the news which has since been confirmed by the Times.
The Seahawks on Friday signed former University of Washington and Skyline High School standout receiver Kasen Williams.
The Seahawks look for a new center after trading Max Unger to the Saints for tight end Jimmy Graham.
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman takes part in OTAs — and throws out some trademark barbs.
RENTON, Wash. — They were only two plays during a voluntary Seahawks practice, but they were startling in their ruthlessness.
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