John Clayton checks in with “Brock and Salk” from the owners’ meetings and discusses why the NFL voted unanimously to ban leaping over the line of scrimmage to block field goals and extra points.
Pete Carroll acknowledged that the Seahakws have listened to interest from other teams about trading for Richard Sherman but said he doesn’t expect anything to happen.
Moving 2016 first-round pick Germain Ifedi back to right tackle is indeed a possibility in the Seahawks’ eyes, according to general manager John Schneider.
For the first time in his career, Justin Britt is spending his offseason preparing to play the same position as opposed to learning a new one. He started out at right tackle after the Seahawks chose him in the second round in 2014 out of Missouri, where he finished his college career at left tackle. […]
The Seahawks have added to what has become a stockpile of linebackers by re-signing Dewey McDonald, who was an exclusive-rights free agent.
The Seahawks have reportedly made yet another move to bolster their linebacker corps by agreeing to terms with Terence Garvin, a special-teams ace who’s played for Pittsburgh and Washington.
The latest move the Seahawks made to bolster their linebacker corps came Thursday night when they reportedly agreed to a deal with former 49ers starter Michael Wilhoite.
The Seahawks announced Wednesday that they’ve signed kicker John Lunsford, who will compete with Blair Walsh to replace Stephen Hauschka.
The Seahawks have re-signed cornerback Neiko Thorpe, a backup and special-teams player for Seattle last season who will compete for a starting job in 2017.
The Seahawks have found their free-agent running back, agreeing to terms with Eddie Lacy on a one-year deal that’s reportedly worth up to $5.5 million.