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Tue, 12 Nov 2002 07:45:59 -0800
The Star-Ledger reports the New York Giants will begin looking at WRs later Tuesday. Former Lions WR Herman Moore is due to fly in and, according to his agent Brad Blank, "they're going to kick each other's tires. But I think it could be a good fit for both of them." Blank got the impression that if Moore looks like he is in shape, the job is his. Another named mentioned was WR Sean Dawkins and Bob Glauber adds for Newsday WR Yancey Thigpen may be on the list too. WR Thabiti Davis said Monday the Giants rescinded an offer to him, saying they wanted to sign a veteran.
Sat, 19 Oct 2002 07:34:11 -0700
The Miami Herald reports the Miami Dolphins worked out six free agent WRs in practice on Friday – Chris Sanders, Sean Dawkins, Chris Coleman, Reidel Anthony, Chris Jackson and Na Brown. Cris Carter also remains a possibility, but neither side would comment on the situation.
Thu, 17 Oct 2002 20:38:43 -0700
Updating a previous story, Chris Perkins reports for the Sun Sentinel the Miami Dolphins will workout free agent WR Sean Dawkins on Friday.
Sun, 01 Sep 2002 16:54:47 -0700
Vikings.com reports the Minnesota Vikings have released WR Sean Dawkins.
Tue, 13 Aug 2002 19:41:16 -0700
Minnesota Vikings coach Mike Tice told Vikings.com WR Sean Dawkins is leading the battle to be the team's No. 5 WR.
Thu, 25 Apr 2002 18:23:36 -0700
Updating an earlier story, Len Pasquarelli reports for ESPN.com the one-year contract signed by WR Sean Dawkins with the Minnesota Vikings is worth the veteran minimum, but it wil count only $450,000 against the Minnesota salary cap.
Thu, 25 Apr 2002 12:56:53 -0700
Bill Williamson, of the Pioneer Press, reports the Minnesota Vikings have reached an agreement on a contract with free agent WR Sean Dawkins (Jaguars). He'll receive a one-year deal worth the veteran minimum and is expected to compete for the Vikings No. 3 or No. 4 receiver position.
Thu, 25 Apr 2002 11:55:01 -0700
Updating previous reports, Bill Williamson reports for the Pioneer Press that free agent WR Sean Dawkins (Jaguars) will work out for the Minnesota Vikings on Thursday. If the team signed him, he would be a candidate for the No. 3 or No.4 receiver position.
Thu, 25 Apr 2002 06:43:57 -0700
The Star-Tribune reports free agent WR Sean Dawkins (Jaguars) visited with the Minnesota Vikings on Wednesday.
Sat, 20 Apr 2002 08:17:07 -0700
Bill Williamson reports for the Pioneer Press the Minnesota Vikings will have free agent WR Sean Dawkins (Jaguars) in for a visit next week.
Tue, 19 Mar 2002 22:44:17 -0800
The Florida Times-Union reports Jacksonville Jaguars coach Tom Coughlin said the team remains undecided on whether they will re-sign WR Sean Dawkins.
Tue, 05 Mar 2002 20:57:17 -0800
Bart Hubbuch reports for the Florida Times-Union Jacksonville Jaguars WR Sean Dawkins is not happy with his situation with the team. Even if the team released WR Keenan McCardell after June 1, there is no guarantee Dawkins would be brought back as the team's No. 2 WR. He missed out on a $500,000 incentive when Jacksonville failed to win eight games last season and he only caught 20 passes.
Thu, 27 Dec 2001 21:45:09 -0800
The Times-Union reports Jacksonville Jaguars WRs Jimmy Smith (flu) and Keenan McCardell (quad) are missing practice time this week. Neither player practiced Wednesday and both were limited during today's workout. Micah Ross, Sean Dawkins and Damon Gibson have been the only healthy receivers in practice this week. Coach Tom Coughlin appeared optimistic that Smith and McCardell will play Sunday.
Sun, 07 Oct 2001 16:27:22 -0700
Jacksonville Jaguars OT Tony Boselli left today's game with a sprained ankle. WR Sean Dawkins left as well with an apparent rib injury.
Thu, 04 Oct 2001 12:11:58 -0700
Jaguars.com reports the NFL has fined WR Sean Dawkins, TE Damon Jones and LB Kevin Hardy of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Hardy has received a $10,000 fine for having stepped on Cleveland QB Tim Couch's hand, and Dawkins and Jones have each been fined $5,000 for taunting incidents.
Wed, 15 Aug 2001 22:43:03 -0700
The Times Union reports Jacksonville Jaguars WR Keenan McCardell (groin strain) was able to practice some this week, but he won't play in tomorrow night's pre-season game. Coach Tom Coughlin decided after today's walk-through practice not to risk aggravating McCardell's injury during a game just yet. Sean Dawkins or R. Jay Soward will start for McCardell. WR Alvis Whitted is once again expected to start in place of Jimmy Smith.
Sun, 05 Aug 2001 22:15:14 -0700
Bart Hubbuch reports for the Times-Union Jacksonville Jaguars WR Sean Dawkins continued his training camp struggles on Sunday. He appeared to drop two more passes in practice and remains mired behind WR Alvis Whitted on the depth chart. He was reduced to running routes against undrafted free agents for fourth-team QB Ted White during Sunday's practice. Coach Tom Coughlin wouldn't say if Dawkins' woes during camp have put him on the roster bubble. They can cut him with no salary cap issues since he did not receive a signing bonus. "He's struggled a little bit," Coughlin said of Dawkins. "I think he's going to come along, though."
Sun, 05 Aug 2001 07:34:15 -0700
The Times-Union's Bart Hubbuch reports the clock is ticking on WR Alvis Whitted's time with the Jacksonville Jaguars. "Every year, we have wanted Whitted to be more than just a speed receiver," coach Tom Coughlin said. Now the team him to step up and put it all together. Whitted has worked with the starters from the first day of training camp while Jimmy Smith recuperates, despite the presence of WR Sean Dawkins. So far he's been up and down throughot training camp. The Jaguars have usually kept five receivers on the active roster and one rookie wideout on the practice squad. His salary could put his roster spot in jeopardy if his performance does not become more consistent.
Mon, 30 Jul 2001 21:35:55 -0700
The Times-Union reports Jacksonville Jaguars WR Alvis Whitted continued to struggle catching the ball during practice on Monday. WR Sean Dawkins may claim a starting spot in his place until Jimmy Smith is healthy.
Thu, 14 Jun 2001 11:45:35 -0700
The Florida Times-Union reports Jacksonville Jaguars coach Tom Coughlin likes what he has seen from WR Sean Dawkins so far. Coughlin said he’s been impressed with Dawkins ability to play all spots at wide receiver. Coughlin said Dawkins would be used as the Jaguar’s third receiver. Dawkins said he is comfortable with that role.
Thu, 14 Jun 2001 00:38:49 -0700
The Florida Times-Union reports Jacksonville Jaguars head coach Tom Coughlin believes WR Jimmy Smith will be given full medical clearance at the end of the month. According to WR Sean Dawkins, Coughlin informed him that Smith would be in the team's starting lineup for the first game of the 2001 season.
Wed, 30 May 2001 11:16:16 -0700
Jaguars.com reports newly signed WR Sean Dawkins contract is for one-year $500,000. However, Dawkins can make another $500,000 by reaching incentives.
Wed, 30 May 2001 01:18:01 -0700
The Florida Times-Union reports the Jacksonville Jaguars have signed veteran free agent WR Sean Dawkins (Seahawks) to a one-year deal.
Sun, 27 May 2001 11:13:12 -0700
The Florida Times-Union reports if the Jacksonville Jaguars sign a free agent receiver, it's likely going to happen this week as the team would like to have a veteran in town in time to participate in their off-season workout program and have enough time to learn the playbook before training camp begins. As reported, the team is in negotiations with WR Sean Dawkins. Any deal worked out with Dawkins would likely be incentive-laden due to the Jaguars salary cap problems.
Sat, 26 May 2001 18:56:40 -0700
SportsLine.com's Len Pasquarelli reports the Jacksonville Jaguars have begun contract discussions with free agent WR Sean Dawkins. However, with the Jaguars tough salary cap situation it's making it difficult to finalize a deal at this time. The two sides are expected to continue negotiations next week.
Fri, 25 May 2001 09:22:24 -0700
According to the Boston Globe, the New England Patriots don't appear to have any interest in free agent WR Sean Dawkins. His agent, Angelo Wright, has been trying to draw some interest but the team hasn't bitten.
Thu, 24 May 2001 01:38:20 -0700
John Oehser reports for the Florida Times-Union that the Jacksonville Jaguars worked out five wide receivers on Wednesday, including veteran free agent WRs Charles Johnson (Eagles) and Sean Dawkins (Seahawks). According to Dawkins' agent Angelo Wright, the Jaguars preferred Dawkins workout over Johnson's. Wright plans to now hit the Jaguars with a contract proposal with hopes of having Dawkins brought on board by next week.
Tue, 22 May 2001 08:53:46 -0700
The Florida Times-Union reports free agent WR Sean Dawkins (Seahawks) will visit with the Jacksonville Jaguars and take a physical later today. He's then expected to workout with the team either today or tomorrow. Due to WR Jimmy Smith's uncertain future, the team is interested in looking at WRs. Angelo Wright, Dawkins' agent, said the Jaguars interest in Dawkins isn't just because of Smith's situation, it's also because they're looking for a third receiver.
Sun, 20 May 2001 07:56:20 -0700
While WR Jimmy Smith's exit from the hospital was definitely something the Jacksonville Jaguars were smiling about over the weekend, the concern they have about his ability to play this year remains high according to SportsLine.com's Len Pasquarelli. The Jaguars will continue to monitor the available free agent WRs, including Charles Johnson and Sean Dawkins, but will also have to look in-house at some of their own players. Undrafted rookie free agent Randal Williams has reportedly caught their eye with his six-foot-three, 219-pound frame and 4.3-second speed.
Mon, 14 May 2001 03:10:34 -0700
The Florida Times-Union reports free agent WR Sean Dawkins (Seahawks) has contacted the Jacksonville Jaguars to gauge their interest in him. The team, however, has not made contact with him. As reported, the team has talked with free agent WR Charles Johnson (Eagles).
Sun, 29 Apr 2001 18:12:21 -0700
Len Pasquarelli reports for SportsLine.com the Atlanta Falcons are looking to add some veteran help at WR for Terance Mathis. Atlanta officials last week phoned the representatives for free agent WRs Sean Dawkins and Charles Johnson and are expected to chat with them again in the next few days. Agent Joel Segal had a handful of calls in the wake of Johnson's release last week. He said the Falcons and Seattle Seahawks seemed most interested.
Fri, 20 Apr 2001 10:13:26 -0700
Sean Keeler reports for the Cincinnati Post agent Angelo Wright, who represents free agent WR Sean Dawkins (Seattle), said that he's been in touch with the Bengals about a short-term deal. Other than phone calls, nothing else has been exchanged. Dawkins worked with new Bengals QB Jon Kitna in Seattle last year. Wright, who has had some bad experiences with the Bengals does not seem in any rush to get a deal done for Dawkins. The Bengals are also considering taking a receiver with the No. 4 pick in this weekend's draft.
Tue, 10 Apr 2001 21:11:03 -0700
Geoff Hobson reports for Bengals.com the Cincinnati Bengals would like to find a big, speedy outside receiver to play opposite Darnay Scott on the outside and Peter Warrick in the slot. They still have Ron Dugans, Danny Farmer, as well as third-year man Craig Yeast, but it's unclear if any of them can step up to be the No. 3 WR. They went after James McKnight via free agency and failed. Angelo Wright, WR Sean Dawkins’ agent, said the Bengals made a preliminary inquiry this week about the former Seahawks WR. He's not a speed demon, but he could be the veteran possession receiver the Bengals didn’t have last year. The Bengals could also use the NFL Draft to find their No. 3 WR, possibly in the second round.
Sat, 17 Mar 2001 20:28:12 -0800
According to John Clayton of ESPN, the New York Jets are focusing their attempts to sign a WR on Vikings free agent WR Matthew Hatchette and former Seahawks Sean Dawkins. The Jets will continue negotiating with Hatchette over the weekend with hopes of getting him signed.
Sat, 17 Mar 2001 02:55:57 -0800
The Bergen Record reports agent Angelo Wright who represents free agent WR Sean Dawkins, who visited the Jets on Friday, said the team told him they would decide "early next week" on a WR to sign. The Jets list which was four, now stands at three: Dawkins, Matthew Hatchette, or Isaac Byrd. Their fourth candidate, James McKnight, signed with Miami Friday evening. The Jets and QB Ray Lucas had an amicable farewell as the QB is now off to Miami. GM Terry Bradway expressed his appreciation for Lucas' efforts, and coach Herman Edwards said he was "really happy" for Lucas.
Fri, 16 Mar 2001 00:07:36 -0800
The NY Times' Judy Battista reports the New York Jets are expected to wait until they visit with all four free agent WR candidates before they attempt to sign one. The Jets, as previously reported, have visited with James McKnight (Dallas), Matthew Hatchette (Minnesota), Isaac Byrd (Carolina) and they will meet with Sean Dawkins (Seattle) later today. The Jets have not made an offer to any of the players, said GM Terry Bradway, although McKnight said the Jets did make him an offer. The team is looking for a taller WR and all four of the candidates fit that need. The Jets will be about $2 million under the cap when they announce, as expected, later today they will not match the Dolphins offer sheet for the backup QB Ray Lucas.
Thu, 15 Mar 2001 07:40:56 -0800
NY Newsday reports free agent WR Sean Dawkins, formerly of Seattle, should become the fourth WR to visit the team this week when he checks into town before the end of the week. The Jets also had an interest in Dawkins last season before he re-signed in Seattle.
Fri, 02 Mar 2001 11:53:10 -0800
Mike Sando reports for the Tacoma News Tribune that the Seattle Seahawks have begun preliminary discussions with QB Elvis Grbac, which they did in between wining and dining free agent DT Ted Washington. According to Grbac's agents, both the Seahawks and Ravens have inquired about his services. Washington enjoyed his visit with the team and passed a team physical. As reported, he's off to Cincinnati on Monday. By releasing WRs Derrick Mayes and Sean Dawkins on Thursday, the team saved about $600,000 and $2.5 million, respectively, against the salary cap. The team is about $8 million under the cap at this time.
Thu, 01 Mar 2001 18:19:30 -0800
Seahawks.com reports the Seattle Seahawks have released WRs Sean Dawkins and Derrick Mayes.
Sun, 25 Feb 2001 18:12:59 -0800
The Tacoma News Tribune's Mike Sando reports Seattle Seahawks coach/GM Mike Holmgren could shake things up with a surprise or two when it comes to who he let's go via free agency. The team is expected to release DT Cortez Kennedy and WR Sean Dawkins may be a cap victim as well. Dawkins is scheduled to receive a $1 million roster bonus next month. The coach said he hasn't given up on FB Reggie Brown who lost his starting job to Mack Strong. Holmgren said he'd give him one more chance. Holmgren met Saturday at the Combine with potential draft pick WRs Koren Robinson of North Carolina State, David Terrell of Michigan and Chad Johnson of Oregon State.
Thu, 22 Feb 2001 12:43:10 -0800
Mike Sando reports for the Tacoma News Tribune that the Seattle Seahawks have offered G Pete Kendall and S Jay Bellamy contract offers but both appear to be ready to test the free agency market. The team has talked with DT Riddick Parker, but have not offered him an offer. The team hasn't talked with S Kerry Joseph, WR Sean Dawkins, LB James Logan or LB George Koonce. Dawkins is the only one of them under contract and, as previously reported, may be a cap casualty as the team would save around $2.5 million by cutting him. CB Willie Williams is eligible for free agency because he met incentives in his contract that allows him to void the final four years of his deal.
Thu, 22 Feb 2001 08:15:41 -0800
The Post-Intelligencer reports the Seattle Seahawks are expected not to release any players today in salary cap related moves and they will not "tag" any of their free agents. Coach and GM Mike Holmgren evaluate the available college players at the combine; study the players who will become free agents; and see which players are released in the next week before he announces any moves of his own. As reported earlier, DT Cortez Kennedy is expected to be released before he is due a roster bonus March 10. WR Sean Dawkins could be on the cap "bubble" as well.
Sun, 04 Feb 2001 19:01:46 -0800
Clare Farnsworth reports for the Sporting News the Seattle Seahawks are expected to make a new contract offer to OL Pete Kendall before March 2 in an effort to prevent him from becoming a free agent. After a good 2000 season he could demand a long-term deal that will average between $2 million and $3 million. He played the 2000 season for $750,000. QB Jon Kitna and his agent have yet to hear from the team on a new contract, which could signal the end to his career in Seattle. Two other players who could be in trouble in Seattle are WR Sean Dawkins and CB Willie Williams who are due either large base salaries or cap-prohibitive bonuses.
Tue, 16 Jan 2001 14:42:39 -0800
The Philadelphia Daily News reports if WR Sean Dawkins gets cut by the Seattle Seahawks, the Eagles may want to go after him to improve their receiver corps. Another wide out on the Eagles wishlist may be James Jett if the Raiders let him go. Both are considered affordable for the Eagles if they become available.
Fri, 01 Dec 2000 14:44:33 -0800
The Tacoma News-Tribune reports Seattle Seahawks C Robbie Tobeck worked with the first-team offense on Thursday and may replace Chris Grey at some point on Sunday against the Falcons. DL Matt LaBounty (concussion) was held out of Thursday's practice. WR Sean Dawkins (leg injuries) has finally resumed practicing at full-speed. He's been hobbled for a few weeks but appears to be over the injuries.
Wed, 09 Jun 1999 14:45:00 -0700
Percy Allen, of The Seattle Times, reports Seattle Seahawks WR Sean Dawkins mother, Sharon Ray, recently passed away after a long battle with cancer. Our sympathies go to him and his family.
Tue, 02 Mar 1999 18:45:00 -0800
CNN/SI is reporting that according to his agent, Angelo Wright, the 49ers will be bringing in WR Sean Dawkins for a physical over the next day or two. The article does mention that this could be a move to put some pressure on WR JJ Stokes. Dawkins did play for 49ers coach Steve Mariucci in college at Cal where Mariucci was the team's offensive coordinator and he does have five straight years of 50+ receptions.
Sun, 28 Feb 1999 10:00:00 -0800
Jim Thomas reports in the Saint Louis Post-Dispatch the Rams are one of the teams that has interest in UCLA QB Cade McNown. At the recent combine the Rams spent time talking with Miami RB Edgerrin James and WR David Boston (Ohio St.). Possibly due to their interest in Boston they have put Free Agent Sean Dawkins on hold. In fact when Dawkins visited last week his agent Angelo Wright says that coach Dick Vermeil spent "20 seconds" with him.
Fri, 26 Feb 1999 13:50:00 -0800
The Saint Louis Post-Dispatch reports the Rams will finish up a visit with LB Mavcus Patton of the Redskins today. They also have met with LB Todd Collins (NE) and WR Sean Dawkins (NO). The team is also talking with RB Travis Jervey although no formal visit has been scheduled. The Rams lack the salary cap money to add a significant Free Agent but they plan to continue their evaluations of players.
Thu, 18 Feb 1999 23:10:00 -0800
The Miami Herald reports the Dolphins are on the verge of signing Free Agent WR Willie Green. The deal is expected to be a fairly small contract money wise and it's not known how his signing will affect the Dolphins plans towards signing either Sean Dawkins or Leslie Shepherd. One factor weighing heavily on any Dolphins signing of a WR is the relatively cheap contract of their No. 1 WR O.J. McDuffie ($1.3 million per year). The team does not want to upset McDuffie.