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Cliff Avril says he wants to keep playing despite neck injury

Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril isn’t willing to call in a career just yet. Avril injured his neck in an October win over the Indianapolis Colts and had surgery in November to address disc issues in his neck. He was injured when the back of Jacoby Brissett‘s foot caught him in the chin as he [more]

Report: Seahawks bring back Mike Solari as OL coach

The Seahawks have filled another vacancy, reuniting with offensive line coach Mike Solari, Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports. Solari spent the past two seasons with the Giants. He previously coached in Seattle in 2008-09. He began his NFL coaching career with the Cowboys in 1987 and interviewed with Dallas last week as it sought [more]

Report: Seahawks expected to make Ken Norton Jr. defensive coordinator

Ken Norton Jr. recently signed on to become the 49ers assistant head coach and linebackers coach, but his stay with the team is reportedly shaping up to be a brief one. Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports that Norton is expected to be the next defensive coordinator for the Seahawks. The Seahawks have not announced [more]

Jeremy Lane: I blew 0.03, why was I arrested for DUI?

Seahawks cornerback Jeremy Lane took to Twitter today in response to his driving under the influence arrest yesterday, and he suggested that he didn’t deserve to be arrested. Lane wrote on Twitter that his blood-alcohol level was below the legal limit in the state of Washington. “A fail DUI is 0.08 right ? I blew [more]

Jeremy Lane arrested for DUI

The Seahawks aren’t in the playoffs this year, which left their players to find other ways to occupy their time over the weekend. Cornerback Jeremy Lane‘s choice of activities was apparently the wrong one. According to multiple reports, Lane was arrested early on Sunday morning for driving under the influence. King County, Washington records show [more]

Titans will pick 25th, as more spots in draft order set

Four more teams know where they’re picking in the 2018 NFL Draft, as a result of the weekend’s results. The Titans will pick 25th, as they have the lowest record of the divisional round losers, followed by the Falcons, Saints and Steelers. The 29th and 30th picks will be held by the losers of the [more]

Tom Cable reportedly heading back to Oakland

Oakland is getting back a pair of its former head coaches this year. After re-hiring Jon Gruden, who was traded to the Buccaneers in 2002, the Raiders have per multiple reports re-hired Tom Cable, who was fired by the Raiders after the 2010 season. Cable, fired this week as assistant head coach/offensive line coach in [more]

Seahawks hiring Brian Schottenheimer as offensive coordinator

The Seahawks didn’t waste much time replacing offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell. According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, the Seahawks are expected to hire Brian Schottenheimer as their next play-caller. Schottenheimer spent the last two years as quarterbacks coach in Indianapolis, but has worked as a coordinator for the Rams and Jets previously (along with the [more]

DeFilippo’s contract expires after the season, making him free to leave

In response to the news that the Seahawks may hire Eagles quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo to be the team’s next offensive coordinator, some of you have asked whether the Eagles would let him leave. This year, they have no choice. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, DeFilippo’s contract expires after the season. Which [more]

Seahawks may embrace a college-style offense

As the Seahawks try to take their offense to the next level, they could be going down one level. There’s talk in league circles that the Seahawks are considering the implementation of a college-style offense, one that takes full advantage of quarterback Russell Wilson‘s mobility. In past years, Wilson used his legs when things broke [more]

Doug Baldwin: Seahawks players have to “really buy in again”

The Seahawks have responded to their first season without a playoff berth since 2011 by making changes to their coaching staff this week. Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell and offensive line coach Tom Cable have been fired with speculation about more changes to come. Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin said right after the season that he [more]

Report: Brian Schottenheimer among OC candidates in Seattle

The Seahawks are looking for a new offensive coordinator and their list of candidates reportedly includes a coach with prior NFC West experience. Ian Rapoport of NFL Media reports that the Seahawks “will want to talk to” Brian Schottenheimer about the vacancy created by the firing of Darrell Bevell this week. Schottenheimer spent the last [more]

Dates set for London games

The news got out earlier today about the teams participating in London games this year, leaving the league to announce dates and times this morning. Sort of. The first of the games will mark the debut of the NFL in the new Tottenham Hotspur stadium, a project the league has worked with the English soccer [more]

Eagles-Jaguars among London games in 2018

The Eagles are making their first trip abroad, as part of the latest crop of NFL games going to London. Via Jeff McLane of the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Eagles road game against the Jaguars will be among the three games played in London next season. Other matchups include Seahawks-Raiders and Chargers-Titans, though the league is [more]

Alex Collins was “shocked” Seahawks cut him

Alex Collins emerged as one of the best running backs in the NFL in 2017 despite getting cut by the Seahawks just before the start of the regular season. Once he caught on with the Ravens, Collins was a huge asset to them, but he’s still a bit surprised he didn’t make it in Seattle. [more]

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