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Okung knows his worth, but what is it?

As if the Seahawks didn’t already have enough odd contract situations, Russell Okung has added another one.

Russell Wilson’s marathon negotiations have received the most attention, as the quarterback reportedly seeks to be the highest-paid player in the game. 555 more words

Russell Wilson

How tagging Wilson would affect the roster

If the Seahawks end up using the franchise tag on Russell Wilson in 2016, as it currently appears they might, it most likely would mean the end of the Seattle tenures of Russell Okung and Bruce Irvin. 598 more words

Russell Wilson

Will Marsh replace Irvin as LB/LEO combo in 2016?

The Seahawks improved themselves at nearly every position this offseason.

They traded for tight end Jimmy Graham, moved up in the draft to take wide receiver/return maestro Tyler Lockett, drafted three offensive linemen, added defensive linemen Ahtyba Rubin and Frank Clark, and reinforced the secondary with Cary Williams, Will Blackmon, Tye Smith and Ryan Murphy. 1,034 more words

Pete Carroll

Michael Bennett, Bruce Irvin back with Seahawks

As a result of last year’s violations of the rules governing offseason workouts, the Seahawks were docked a pair of on-field practice days from this week’s minicamp. 175 more words

Rumor Mill

While not working out with teammates in Seattle, Bruce Irvin apparently still would like to play in Seattle past this year.

John Clayton thinks Russell Wilson will sign a… 276 more words

Russell Wilson

Irvin now says he wants to stay in Seattle

Bruce Irvin has not been present at Seattle’s OTAs, but he says he would like to stay in Seattle after next season and he has been working hard and plans to have his best season yet. 268 more words

Pete Carroll

Wilson & Wagner are in, Bennett & Irvin are not


It’s one of the Seahawks’ mantras. And clearly not everyone is buying in completely.

Offseason team workouts don’t offer too much football value — they’re like glorified walk-throughs — but they are a great vehicle for seeing who is committed to the team and who isn’t. 631 more words

Pete Carroll