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Brady Henderson

Brady Henderson
Brady Henderson is the editor in chief of 710Sports.com and also assists in the website's Seahawks coverage. Brady joined 710Sports.com in 2010 after covering high school sports for The Seattle Times. A Seattle native, he attended O'Dea High School and has a degree in journalism from Western Washington University. Follow Brady: @BradyHenderson

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Sherman Smith says Marshawn Lynch urged him to return in 2016 as Seattle's running backs coach. (AP)
Former Seahawks running backs coach Sherman Smith says Pete Carroll wanted a change
Brady Henderson | February 17, 2017 2:40 pm

Sherman Smith told “Brock and Salk” why he’s out as the Seahawks’ running backs coach after seven seasons in that role, saying that Pete Carroll wanted to make a change to Chad Morton.

Luke Willson is among Seattle's 14 unrestricted free agents, none of which are franchise-tag candidates. (AP)
NFL’s franchise-tag window opens; Seahawks again have no candidates
Brady Henderson | February 15, 2017 7:23 pm

The Seahawks haven’t used the franchise tag since 2010, and with no realistic candidates among their 14 unrestricted free agents, they won’t use it again this year, either.

The NFL reportedly considered docking Seattle a draft pick for not disclosing Richard Sherman's injury. (AP)
Seahawks receive warning from NFL, won’t lose draft pick for not disclosing Richard Sherman’s injury
Brady Henderson | February 14, 2017 11:30 am

The Seahawks received only a warning from the NFL and won’t lose a draft pick for failing to disclose a knee injury that cornerback Richard Sherman played through last season, a source confirmed.

Cliff Avril led the Seahawks last season in sacks with 11.5, a career-high. (AP)
Seahawks’ Cliff Avril says he had surgery
Brady Henderson | February 14, 2017 10:42 am

Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril posted on Tuesday that he had successful surgery. It was apparently for a sports hernia/core issue.

Jeremy Lane is scheduled to make $4 million in base salary in 2017, the second year of his four-year deal. (AP)
Guaranteed salary means Jeremy Lane will be with Seahawks in 2017
Brady Henderson | February 13, 2017 6:13 pm

The possibility of the Seahawks releasing Jeremy Lane this offseason, already pretty remote given the team’s situation at cornerback, seems entirely out of the question now that his base salary for 2017 is fully guaranteed.

Blair Walsh continued to struggle in 2016 after missing a short field goal against Seattle in the 2015 playoffs. (AP)
Seahawks sign K Blair Walsh with Stephen Hauschka a free agent
Brady Henderson | February 9, 2017 1:54 pm

The Seahawks have signed Blair Walsh, the former Vikings placekicker who missed a chip-shot field goal that gifted Seattle a playoff win over Minnesota two seasons ago.

Jesus Sucre hit .209 in parts of four seasons with the Mariners. (AP)
Mariners trade Jesus Sucre to Rays for PTBNL or cash considerations
Brady Henderson | February 8, 2017 12:01 pm

The Mariners have traded backup catcher Jesus Sucre to Tampa Bay for a player to be named later or cash considerations. The club announced the trade Wednesday, a week after Sucre was outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma.

The Seahawks waived rookie safety Tyvis Powell when they signed kick returner Devin Hester for the playoffs. (AP)
Seahawks lose Tyvis Powell on waivers to Browns
Brady Henderson | February 6, 2017 1:59 pm

When the Seahawks waived rookie safety Tyvis Powell last month, they knew there was a good chance they would lose him for good. Indeed they have. The Browns announced on Monday that they’ve claimed him.

Daniel Jeremiah said West Virginia's Rasul Douglas looks like a prototypical Seahawks cornerback. (AP)
Draft analyst Daniel Jeremiah weighs in on Seahawks’ options, ex-Huskies and EWU’s Cooper Kupp
Brady Henderson | February 3, 2017 6:05 am

Daniel Jeremiah from the NFL Network joined “Brock and Salk” for an early look at this year’s draft. Here are some highlights pertaining to the Seahawks and the Huskies.

Rocky Seto began working with Pete Carroll in 2001 and followed him to Seattle in 2010. (AP)
Rocky Seto leaves Seahawks for ministry with gratitude for Pete Carroll: ‘We’re friends for life’
Brady Henderson | February 2, 2017 6:05 am

Rocky Seto, an assistant head coach with the Seahawks and a longtime confidant of Pete Carroll, is leaving the team to become a pastoral minister. He discussed his decision with Dori Monson.