By saying they are listening to inquiries about Richard Sherman, Pete Carroll and the Seahawks did the NFL equivalent of posting a “For Sale By Owner” sign out front.
The arrival of top recruit Michael Porter Jr. and his family in Washington was suspicious, a key reason why his de-commitment from UW after Lorenzo Romar’s firing isn’t surprising.
The Seahawks are bringing back two key free agents for next season after reaching an agreement to re-sign tight end Luke Willson and cornerback DeShawn Shead.
T.J. Lang would have made the Seahawks’ offensive line better in 2017. But after the Pro Bowl guard chose Detroit to sign with Detroit instead, Danny O’Neil writes that Seattle is better off having not overpaid to get him.
The Seahawks appear set to stand pat in free agency and reboot after another early playoff exit. But Danny O’Neil writes that they should consider an addition that would shake up their locker room.
If you’re waiting for the Seahawks to carry fists full of cash into free agency to buy their way out of a crisis up front, prepare to be disappointed, writes Danny O’Neil.
With Richard Sherman absurdly disputing the accuracy of stories about his threat to Jim Moore, the issue is no longer Sherman versus the media but about whether the Seahawks will continue to tolerate his act.
Pittsburgh’s Le’Veon Bell played only 11 snaps Sunday due to a groin injury that wasn’t listed on the team’s injury report, yet there’s been so sign of potential punishment like what’s been mentioned for the Seahawks.
Sure, the Seahawks would have been much better off had they played their divisional-round game at home as opposed to Atlanta. But there was much more to their undoing than that, writes Danny O’Neil.
Danny O’Neil can’t figure out why it it’s important that the Seahawks didn’t report Richard Sherman’s knee injury other than because Seattle failed to follow the league’s protocol.