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Not hungry? Not healthy? Not listening?

The Seahawks obviously had a lot of problems in 2016 — a JV offensive line, a revolving M*A*S*H lineup and too many B.A. Baracus impersonators. 1,215 more words

Pete Carroll

Don't expect Hawks to spend much on a tackle

A year ago, the Seahawks needed a new left tackle to replace the departing Russell Okung. Most people (probably even George Fant) would say they didn’t find one, which is why there is a lot of speculation about them checking into the several veteran tackles being let go. 582 more words

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NFL announces punishment to Seahawks over issue with Richard Sherman

The Seattle Seahawks have avoided losing a draft pick after failing to disclose a MCL injury to Richard Sherman this season.

Related: NFL reportedly has decision set on investigation into Seahawks’ possible rules violation… 195 more words


Seahawks' Punishment For Hiding Injury Reportedly Goes From Loss Of Second-Round Pick To ... Just A Warning

By Michael Hurley, CBS Boston

BOSTON (CBS) — Last month, the Seahawks found themselves under the watchful eye of the NFL office for failure to report a Richard Sherman knee injury throughout the season.  906 more words


Seattle Seahawks 2016 Season Review

The season is over.  The Seattle Seahawks failed to achieve their ultimate goal of making and winning the Superbowl; but they made the playoffs again for the 5th time in a row and proved they are one of the best teams in the league, and a threat to win it all for the foreseeable future.  1,912 more words


Rival NFL coach played role in Steve Sarkisian going to Atlanta

Atlanta Falcons head coach Dan Quinn and new offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian have never worked together before, but they have both previously worked for Pete Carroll. 126 more words


What's Next: A 2017 Seahawks Offseason Primer

As the final whistle sounded in Atlanta and the 2016 postseason officially sputtered to an end for the Seattle Seahawks, the countdown began on roster preparations for the 2017 campaign. 1,820 more words

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