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Schneider overrules Positive Pete on Thomas

Not long after Pete Carroll tried to quell any trade talk about Earl Thomas on Thursday, John Schneider made it clear the Seahawks are still listening. 411 more words

Pete Carroll

Topic of the day: Quarterbacks

Quarterbacks were the topic of the day for Pete Carroll and John Schneider on Thursday. The gist of their individual messages: Colin Kaepernick still could be an option (don’t count on it), Russell Wilson’s contract is not a problem (it really isn’t) and Schneider feels like he has done a poor job of acquiring quarterbacks behind Wilson (he has). 607 more words

Pete Carroll

Secondary queries: A 2 for Thomas? And use it on a corner?

With the draft fast approaching next week, the Seahawks have solidified almost every position on the team.

After re-signing Austin Davis and Paul Dawson, they at least have a pretty full complement at every position — some obviously stronger in talent than others. 487 more words

John Schneider

What credit$ would Hawks get for dumping another distraction?

We already knew the Seahawks were serious about ditching all distractions this year, and they apparently are poised to drop another.

Malik McDowell is the biggest draft bust of John Schneider’s tenure, and the GM apparently is ready to admit it a year after he made the defensive tackle Seattle’s top pick. 614 more words

John Schneider

Kaepernick's battle with the NFL Continues

Colin Kaerpernick was recently scheduled to have a workout with the Seattle Seahawks. That has now been postponed to an undetermined date because the Quarterback told the team he will not stop the anthem protests if signed. 271 more words

NFL

Two weeks to go, here's what we know

John Schneider and company are never too secretive about the guys they are interested in drafting. Their visits and workouts typically telegraph many of their moves. 503 more words

John Schneider

It's April: Time for move-down scenarios

As we sit three weeks ahead of the draft, John Schneider has filled most of Seattle’s roster holes in free agency, retaining half a dozen top role players and filling vacancies (at least for 2018) at tight end, receiver, guard, linebacker and defensive tackle. 672 more words

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