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Seattle releases TE Zach Miller after failed physical

RENTON, Wash. (AP) Tight end Zach Miller was released by the Seattle Seahawks on Friday. Miller had his contract terminated with the designation of ''failed physical.'' Miller played in just three games last season before undergoing ankle surgery in late September. He was placed on injured reserve in November after complications slowed his recovery. Miller spent four seasons with...
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Seahawks release TE Zach Miller

In the haze of the Marshawn Lynch agreement, Seahawks delivered another nugget onto our Friday evening, the release of Zach Miller per ESPN reporter Field Yates. Miller signed a 5-year, $34million deal in 2011- a deal he re-did last off-season to remain a Seahawk following their Superbowl victory. But his release comes to little surprise, other than the timing. Cutting him free a...
Via Pro Football Spot
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Seahawks Release Veteran TE Zach Miller, Free Up $2.4M In Cap Space

Field Yates reports that the Seahawks have released veteran TE Zach Miller on Friday. There has been talk that the Seahawks could target Broncos free agent TE Julius Thomas in the coming days, which implied that Miller could be on the outs in Seattle. Miller, 29, has one year remaining on his five-year, $34 million contract that included $17 ...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
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Report: Marshawn Lynch to Return to the Seahawks

ESPN’s Adam Schefter just reported on NFL Live that Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is returning to the team for the 2015 season. Spotted on plane on way to SEA, Marshawn Lynch has decided to return to NFL; he and Seattle have reached agreement on new deal, per source. — Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 6, 2015 According to the respected insider, Lynch is on...
Via Sportsnaut
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Report: Marshawn Lynch agrees to new deal with the Seattle Seahawks

If your Friday needed a boost of good news, you’re in luck because Marshawn Lynch is not retiring and instead will be coming back to play more football for the Seattle Seahawks. According to a report by ESPN insider Adam Schefter, Lynch and the Seahawks have agreed to a new deal: Spotted on plane on way to SEA, Marshawn Lynch has decided to return to NFL; he and Seattle have reached...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
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Report: Marshawn Lynch agrees to new contract with Seahawks

Marshawn Lynch will not be retiring just yet. ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the veteran running back will re-sign with the Seahawks after the two sides agreed to a deal: Spotted on plane on way to SEA, Marshawn Lynch has decided to return to NFL; he and Seattle have reached agreement on new deal, per...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Rumor Mill: Tight end Julius Thomas wants to play for the Seattle Seahawks

Yesterday our rookie sensation Ricky Rath wrote about a couple of free agent options on offense for the Seattle Seahawks, namely wide receiver Andre Johnson and tight end Julius Thomas. While we still believe that Thomas coming to Seattle is a long shot, there are a number of rumors circulating social media today that Thomas does in fact want to play for the Seahawks. Seattle Seahawks...
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Byron Maxwell says Eagles defense 'definitely fits me'

The Philadelphia Eagles are going to try to get it right this time after two straight seasons of infusing their defensive secondary with new players, however, the result has been the same. According to Eliot Shorr-Parks of NJ Advance Media for, the Eagles are frontrunners for landing 'Legion of Boom' member Byron Maxwell. The team's system uses big, physical press corners...
Via 60 Max Power O
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Friday web roundup: Seattle Seahawks

Marshawn Lynch should take note of LeSean McCoy's pending trade ► Running backs don't necessarily come cheap in today's NFL... Reports: Seahawks resigned to losing Byron Maxwell, targeting free-agent cornerbacks ► The Seattle Seahawks are all but certain they’ll be unable to retain the services of free-agent cornerback Byron Maxwell and have already started looking at...
Via 60 Max Power O
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The Seattle Seahawks And The Free Agent Field

Free agency begins on March 10th and all indicators point to the Seattle Seahawks being very active. While the Seahawks don’t have a mountain of money to spend like the Oakland Raiders ($63 million), they do have a respectable $30 million available to retool an already impressive Super Bowl roster. It is hard to pin-point exactly who the Seahawks will pursue in free agency as the...
Via Oregon Sports News
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Seahawks considered possible landing spot for Brandon Marshall

The Chicago Bears are reportedly shopping wide receiver Brandon Marshall, who has already been traded twice in his nine-year career and will turn 31 later this month. According to Will Brinson of CBS Sports, the Seahawks could be interested in bringing Marshall to Seattle. The Seahawks should be gun shy from pursuing a big name wide receiver after Percy Harvin backfired in...
Via Sports-Glory
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Seahawks Re-Sign DL Greg Scruggs

Free agent DL Greg Scruggs announced via his Instagram account Thursday night that he has re-signed with the Seahawks. Sounds like it’s another one-year contract for Scruggs and the Seahawks. “Teams rarely take chances, let alone take chances after a double knee injury. Thankful to the for the opportunity to sign on another year and be ...
Via NFL Trade Rumors
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Seahawks Free Agency: Who Will Replace Byron Maxwell?

With impending free agent standout cornerback Byron Maxwell expected to land a big contract elsewhere, the Seattle Seahawks need to find an adequate and affordable replacement. The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel’s Bob McGinn reports the Seahawks will pursue Tramon Williams. With Maxwell expected to be out of their price range and a whopping $25.25 million of the 2015 budget already...
Via Gridiron Grit
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Report: Cary Williams to visit Seattle Seahawks

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports The Seattle Seahawks are hosting former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams on a free agent visit Thursday, reports the Baltimore Sun. Former Philadelphia Eagles cornerback Cary Williams is visiting the Seattle Seahawks today, according to a league source — Aaron Wilson (@RavensInsider) March 5, 2015   Williams was released by...
Via Sports-Glory
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Seattle Seahawks: Seven round mock draft

In the coming weeks, the Seattle Seahawks team here at isportsweb will be putting together some mock drafts for exclusively Seahawks picks. The following Seahawks seven round mock draft is my first humble attempt to try and predict what the Seahawks front office will do in this year’s 2015 NFL Draft. Keep in mind that these predictions will fluctuate and perhaps completely change...
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Sidney Rice, Steve Weatherford to donate brains for research

Former NFL wide receiver Sidney Rice announced recently that he’s donating his brain for medical research following his death. In doing so, Rice had this to say: I had my fair share of fun in the NFL. Unfortunately, I wasn’t educated enough on (what) concussions can lead to. The brain studies by the doctors will be huge to help, maybe prevent.” Rice went on to indicate...
Via Sportsnaut
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Seattle Seahawks WR Jermain Kearse Flubs His Lines Reading Dr. Suess to Elementary School Kids

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse will forever be known for having one of the greatest (and luckiest) catches in Super Bowl history. The truly memorable players do more than just perform on the field. You need to do something off of the field. Monday Jermaine Kearse was doing just that when he went to Tillicum Elementary in his hometown for Read Across America day.While...
Via FatManWriting
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In spite of roster needs, the Seattle Seahawks will not force the NFL Draft

In the era of head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider, draft prognosticators around the nation have been proven wrong over and over trying to predict what the Seattle Seahawks braintrust will do in the draft. This annual mis-prognosis usually centers around the Seahawks offensive line – Seattle has desperately needed one for years. In the first few years of the...
Via cover32 - Seahawks
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Seahawks Needs: In the Trenches

In Seattle, both the offensive line and defensive line are occasionally lost in the Wilson-Lynch-Legion of Boom shuffle, but carry importance- and with the D-Line- a unit which is often changed-up during free agency. This year with the Astrix around any move likely to have Wilson-Wagner deal connotations, the Seahawks will likely have decisions to make on two or three players. James...
Via Pro Football Spot
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks Punter Jon Ryan Tweets During The Bachelor: Women Tell All and it Was Hilarious

The Bachelor is reality television at its finest. It takes people in one of their neediest and most desperate forms--seeking love--and puts them in situations that are undoubtedly going to generate a good amount of drama. Who doesn't like watching some good ole' fashioned drama? Next to the first episode when there are 30 women clamoring to talk to the Bachelor and be noticed the...
Via FatManWriting
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Cadillac Or Chevy? The Seattle Seahawks Look At Their Defensive Line Options

The Seattle Seahawks are known as a “draft and develop” organization. While this always sounds good to both the personnel executive saying it and to myriad NFL observers, the economic realities of the NFL make all teams “draft and develop” organizations. But that’s not all. The Seahawks are also known for making a splash or two in the free agent waters, either by bringing...
Via Oregon Sports News
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks rumors: Julius Thomas edition

It is not likely the Seattle Seahawks will make a lot of moves in free agency, but with Julius Thomas not being resigned by the Denver Broncos, I think this is a move they should make. John Schneider is the Seattle Seahawks General Manager leading the in house contract discussions. The Seahawks have a good amount of cap space to work with this offseason. Normally, in a free agent...
3 days ago  |  Discuss

Seattle Seahawks: Russell Wilson’s Payday is Imminent

Russell Wilson Around this time three years ago, Seattle was desperate for a superstar not named Felix Hernandez. By this time, the Sonics were long gone and Ichiro Suzuki could no longer garner 200 hits in a season. Seattle hoped that it had found its man when the Seahawks signed Matt Flynn in March of 2012, but the real find came a little over a month later when the Seahawks...
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Marshawn Lynch on final SB play: 'I was expecting the ball'

Wait, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch addressed the media? Bypassing all of North America, Lynch spoke with a Turkish television network for about 30 minutes last week. Lynch, who is in Turkey along with other NFL players DeAngelo Williams and Gary Barnidge promoting a non-profit camp called American Football Without Barriers, addressed Ismail Senol of NTV Spor about...
Via Sportsnaut
5 days ago  |  Discuss

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