Team Notebook: Seattle Seahawks
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Seahawks | Steady growth for Doug Baldwin
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin finished the 2016 season with 94 catches on 126 targets for 1,128 yards, all career highs, and it was the fourth consecutive season he has improved in all three categories.
Seahawks | Russell Wilson made history last year
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson became the fastest quarterback to win 50 games in NFL history. Wilson has started for the Seahawks since the first game of his rookie season in 2012 and has not missed a game since then. He is tied with Atlanta Falcons QB Matt Ryan for the most wins in a quarterback's first five seasons (56).
Seahawks | Seattle meeting with Earl Mitchell
Seahawks | Earl Mitchell unlikely to start if signed
Seahawks | Sherman Smith will not return
Seahawks | Luke Willson intends to test market
Seahawks | C.J. Prosise will be ready for OTAs
Seahawks | Chad Morton promoted
Seattle Seahawks assistant coach Chad Morton was promoted to running backs coach Monday, Feb. 13, according to a source. Morton had been serving as assistant running backs coach/assistant special teams coach.
Seahawks | Seattle given warning
Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman (knee) and the Seahawks were given a warning by the NFL for violating the league's injury-reporting policy regarding Sherman's knee ailment, according to a source. There will be no further discipline.
Seahawks | Cliff Avril has surgery
Seahawks | Jeremy Lane's 2017 salary guaranteed
Seattle Seahawks CB Jeremy Lane's $4 million base salary for 2017 became fully guaranteed Friday, Feb. 10. His contract stated that the salary would become guaranteed if Lane was on the roster five days after Super Bowl LI.
Seahawks | Steven Hauschka may not return
Seahawks | Seattle signs Blair Walsh
Seahawks | Seattle could avoid major punishment
The Seattle Seahawks are unlikely to be penalized heavily by the National Football League - and could escape punishment altogether - despite failing to disclose CB Richard Sherman's knee injury during the regular season, according to the NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. The issue was never listed on an official injury report even though head coach Pete Carroll admitted at the end of the year that Sherman had been dealing with a minor MCL problem. Sherman did not miss any game time and even participated in the Pro Bowl at the end of the season.
Seahawks | Luke Willson willing to test market
Seattle Seahawks impending free-agent TE Luke Willson said he would like to re-sign with the Seahawks this offseason but will explore all of his options before making a final decision. He said the team did make an offer to him during the season, but he did not take it seriously.
Seahawks | Jimmy Graham admits he barely practiced
Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham admitted at the Pro Bowl that he "barely practiced" during the weeks leading up to Sundays this season so that he'd be ready for the games. In addition, he "barely" did any work in the offseason or training camp either, according to teammates.
Seahawks | Jimmy Graham not being used in red zone
Seahawks | DeShawn Shead's surgery a success
Seahawks | Seattle looking at Calvin Pryor?
Seahawks | Kam Chancellor could receive extension
Seahawks | Jimmy Graham scores all TDs at home
Seahawks | Doug Baldwin more productive at home
Seahawks | Russell Wilson had issues on the road
Seahawks | Robert Myers signed by Seattle
Seahawks | Clint Hurtt hired by Seahawks
Seahawks | Five sign deals for 2017
Seahawks | No missed snaps for Richard Sherman
Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman (knee) did not miss a snap in practice or in a game this season despite dealing with a significant medial collateral ligament injury. As reported earlier, Seattle could lose a second-round pick for not disclosing Sherman's injury.
Seahawks | Seattle may lose high pick
Seahawks | Seattle to sign Perrish Cox
Seahawks | Trent Kirchner staying in Seattle
Seahawks | Jimmy Graham will likely be back
Seattle Seahawks TE Jimmy Graham is likely to return to the Seahawks next year, and head coach Pete Carroll raved about his play in 2016. "I thought Jimmy had a terrific year," Carroll said. "He was explosive. He was dynamic. He blocked like he's never blocked before. He became a factor on the perimeter blocking stuff, and he's a highlight film. He's got so many big plays that he made during the year."
Seahawks | Seahawks add six more players
Seahawks | Luke Willson hopes to return
Seahawks | Seattle signs four players
Seahawks | Darrell Bevell's job is safe
Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell was given a vote of confidence by head coach Pete Carroll Monday, Jan. 16. Carroll said those calling for Bevell to lose his job "don't know what they're talking about."
Seahawks | Earl Thomas should also be ready
Seahawks | Tyler Lockett should be ready
Seahawks | Durability an issue for C.J. Prosise
Seahawks | Richard Sherman played through knee injury
Seahawks | DeShawn Shead has torn ACL
Seattle Seahawks CB DeShawn Shead (knee) is set to have surgery on a torn left ACL in the near future, according to a source. He is expected to need roughly eight months to recover, according to NFL.com's Ian Rapoport.
Seahawks | Devin Hester planning to retire
Seattle Seahawks WR Devin Hester said that he has probably played the final game of his NFL career. The 34-year-old returned five kickoffs for 194 yards in the loss to the Atlanta Falcons Saturday, Jan. 14, and is the league's all-time leader in return scoring.
Seahawks | DeShawn Shead has serious knee injury
Updating a previous report, Seattle Seahawks FS DeShawn Shead (knee) suffered a significant knee injury, possibly a torn anterior cruciate ligament, against the Atlanta Falcons Saturday, Jan. 14, according to head coach Pete Carroll.
Seahawks | Russell Wilson up and down in loss
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson completed 17 of his 30 pass attempts for 225 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions and ran six times for 49 yards in a 36-20 loss to the Atlanta Falcons Saturday, Jan. 14.
Seahawks | Paul Richardson continues playoff surge
Seahawks | Jimmy Graham finds the end zone