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K.J. Wright says he is ahead of schedule is recovery from shoulder surgery

Seattle Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright said Thursday in an interview with Sports Radio 950 KJR that he is ahead of schedule in his recovery from offseason shoulder surgery. “Health is good. I’m ahead of schedule of where I need to be and if there’s a football season I plan on being out there game one,” [more]

Seahawks, Cardinals cancel team meetings for George Floyd memorial

Several teams have canceled the virtual team meetings for Thursday in honor of the George Floyd memorial. Jeremy Fowler of ESPN reports the Seahawks are one of those teams allowing players time off to watch the memorial. Running back Kenyan Drake tweeted the Cardinals are doing the same. “Cardinals have granted us the day off [more]

Russell Wilson: Colin Kaepernick was “trying to do the right thing”

Russell Wilson doesn’t have answers. He does have a heavy heart. The Seahawks quarterback said nobody was prepared for video of the death of George Floyd. “The God that I believe in, the Jesus that I believe in has sacrificed for us all, and I think at the end of the day, for me, I [more]

Report: Jets never had serious interest in Jadeveon Clowney, still don’t

The Jets gained $11 million in salary-cap space this week when Trumaine Johnson’s deal came off the books. They now have $25.2 million in cap space, fourth in the league, according to the NFL Players Association. That gives them pretty of room to make a run at pass-rusher Jadeveon Clowney if they want. Except they [more]

Pete Carroll: “We owe a tremendous amount” to Colin Kaepernick

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said “we owe a tremendous amount” to Colin Kaepernick for protesting against racial inequality and police brutality. (Even if, as it turns out, Carroll decided that he didn’t owe Kaepernick a job.) Carroll made the remarks during a podcast with NBA coaches Steve Kerr and Greg Popovich. “I think that there [more]

Seahawks sign Colby Parkinson

The Seahawks have a member of their 2020 draft class under contract. Field Yates of ESPN reports that the team has signed fourth-round pick Colby Parkinson. The tight end is the first of the team’s eight draft picks to agree to a four-year deal. Parkinson had 48 receptions for 589 yards during his final season [more]

Bobby Wagner grateful for team meeting to talk about bigger issues

There was no discussion of football Monday when the Seahawks held a virtual team meeting. Instead, coach Pete Carroll gave his players the floor to talk about what was unfolding around them in society, their experiences, and their fears. “Coach Carroll is very aware of the things that are going on, so today we did [more]

Seahawks “dismayed” by death of George Floyd and other “biased actions” that are “systemic”

The Seattle Seahawks have issued a statement in response to ongoing social unrest in America. “The Seahawks family is dismayed by the unacceptable act of violence that occurred against George Floyd last week in Minneapolis and grieve that loss, along with countless others in a similar manner, including most recently Breonna Taylor and Ahmaud Arbery,” [more]

Russell Wilson: I fear for my children because of the color of their skin

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has joined the growing list of NFL players to issue statements in response to last week’s killing of George Floyd by a since-fired member of the Minneapolis Police Department. Wilson’s statement recalls his father and grandfather telling them stories about racism from earlier in their lives and writes that “the reality [more]

Seven classic Super Bowls coming to NBCSN, NBC this week

As we wait for live sports to return, why not enjoy some of the best live sports from days gone by? You’ll get to do that this week on NBCSN and NBC, with seven classic Super Bowls re-aired from Monday through Sunday. All were originally televised by NBC. It starts Monday night at 8:00 p.m. [more]

L.J. Collier: I’m one hell of a football player and I’ll show it this year

The Seahawks took defensive lineman L.J. Collier in the first round of last year’s draft, but he didn’t make much of an impression on the field during his rookie season. Collier dealt with an ankle injury during the summer that kept him out of three of the team’s first five games and then saw action [more]

Seahawks officially sign Carlos Hyde, cut Demetrius Knox

The Seahawks announced a pair of roster moves on Thursday. The headline move was the signing of running back Carlos Hyde, which was reported when he agreed to the deal with Seattle. Hyde’s deal is for one year and up to $4 million. Guard Demetrius Knox was waived in a corresponding move. Knox signed with [more]

Joe Woods on Jadeveon Clowney: I’m focused on coaching the guys we have

Defensive end Jadeveon Clowney remains unsigned with June on the horizon, but it reportedly hasn’t been from an absence of interest in other teams. Adam Schefter of ESPN reported this week that the Browns made a stronger offer to Clowney than any other team at one point in the free agency process. While it may [more]

Duane Brown: George Floyd’s murder shows that no progress has been made

The movement started by Colin Kaepernick and picked up by players like Seahawks tackle Duane Brown was aimed at bringing attention to, and ultimately reversing, the mistreatment of black and brown Americans by law-enforcement authorities. In the aftermath of the murder of George Floyd on Monday night in Minneapolis, Brown admitted that, despite their efforts, [more]

Duane Brown says he has recovered from knee, biceps injuries

Seahawks left tackle Duane Brown missed a total of four regular season games and a playoff game due to injuries to his biceps and knee last season. However, Brown said on Wednesday that both injuries have recovered have he didn’t require any further corrective procedures this offseason. The biceps injury came early in the season [more]

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