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Offensive lineman Kyle Fuller agrees to terms with Broncos

Free agent offensive lineman Kyle Fuller has agreed to terms with the Broncos, agent Scott Casterline of T Sports Agency announced.Fuller spent the past three seasons in Seattle, two of those with Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson. He started a career-high nine games at center in 2021. Fuller did not start last season but played all [more]

Marquise Goodwin agrees to one-year deal with Browns

The Browns are adding a veteran receiver.After trading for Elijah Moore earlier this week, Cleveland has reached a one-year agreement with Marquise Goodwin, according to multiple reports.Goodwin, 32, spent last season with the Seahawks. He caught 27 passes for 387 yards with four touchdowns in 13 games with two starts.A third-round pick in the 2013 [more]

Tony Jones signs one-year deal with Broncos

Running back Tony Jones signed a one-year deal with the Broncos on Thursday, Mike Klis of 9News reports.Jones, 25, is following Sean Payton from the Saints.Jones went undrafted in 2020 but signed with the Saints as an undrafted free agent. He spent most of the season on New Orleans’ practice squad before making the season [more]

Report: Russell Wilson had arthroscopic knee surgery after 2022 season

Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson may be healthier in 2023.According to Ian Rapoport of NFL Media, Wilson underwent arthroscopic surgery on his right knee after the 2022 season. The procedure was to correct a nagging issue that had affected Wilson for the last few seasons.Rapoport adds that Wilson is already throwing and should be able to [more]

Cardinals announce agreements with L.J. Collier, Antonio Hamilton

The Cardinals announced agreements with defensive lineman L.J. Collier and cornerback Antonio Hamilton Sr. on one-year contracts. In addition, exclusive rights free agent defensive lineman Jonathan Ledbetter signed his one-year tender. The Seahawks made Collier the 29th overall selection in 2019, and he played out his rookie contract.He appeared in 45 games with 16 starts [more]

Seahawks announce release of Al Woods

The Seahawks released defensive tackle Al Woods on Monday, the team announced. They parted ways after three seasons in his second stint with the team, saving $3.67 million in cash and cap space.Woods, who turns 36 next week, was a defensive co-captain last season along with Quandre Diggs.The 13-year veteran started 30 games the past [more]

Drew Lock on his return to Seattle: They’re building something here

The Seahawks announced the re-signing of quarterback Drew Lock on Monday after he signed his new contract. Lock returned to the Seahawks despite playing no snaps last season after losing the starting job to Geno Smith during the preseason.“They’re building something here,” Lock said, via John Boyle of the team website. “It’s really, really cool, [more]

Julian Love agrees to deal with Seahawks

Safety Julian Love‘s visit with the Seahawks appears to have gone well.Love told Josina Anderson of CBS Sports that he has agreed to terms on a contract with the Seahawks. Love visited the team on Thursday along with linebacker Devin Bush and both players have now agreed to deals with the NFC West club.Agents Drew [more]

Seahawks sign Devin Bush

Free agent linebacker Devin Bush has found his new home in Seattle.The Seahawks signed Bush on Thursday night, Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reports.The Steelers made Bush the 10th overall pick in the 2019 NFL draft, and he has spent his entire career in Pittsburgh. He showed flashes of the talent that made him [more]

Drew Lock returning to Seahawks on a one-year deal

The Seahawks have their top-two quarterbacks back in the fold.Backup Drew Lock will rejoin Geno Smith in the quarterbacks room in Seattle, having agreed to a one-year contract with a base salary of $4 million with a maximum value of $7.5 million, Mike Garafolo of NFL Media reports.The Seahawks earlier signed Smith to a three-year, [more]

Dre’Mont Jones: Seattle is the right place to make a new start

The Seahawks haven’t had much history of jumping into the early stages of free agency under General Manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll. But they wanted defensive lineman Dre’Mont Jones badly enough to do what it took to get him.Jones’ signing became official Thursday.“It seems like the best fit for me,” Jones said, via [more]

Seahawks agree to terms with Evan Brown

The Seahawks need a center to replace Austin Blythe, who retired after the 2022 season.They have picked up a candidate for the job.Seattle has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with Evan Brown, according to multiple reports.Brown had been with the Lions for the last three seasons. He started 12 games at center for [more]

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