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Nothing imminent with Seahawks and J.R. Sweezy

Former Seahawks guard J.R. Sweezy took a physical for the Seahawks earlier this week, but that’s apparently as far as it went. According to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, no decision appears imminent, and neither side seems to be in a hurry. Sweezy was released by the Buccaneers last week, after two seasons of [more]

Cliff Avril says Kam Chancellor “making the right decision”

Kam Chancellor‘s neck injury will send him into the “next chapter” of his life. His former teammate, Cliff Avril, can relate. Although Avril wants to keep playing, there’s likely a good chance he’s played his last down because of a neck injury and back surgery. Appearing on SiriusXM Blitz, Avril applauded Chancellor’s decision. “He’s making [more]

Cliff Avril: We knew Earl Thomas loves the Cowboys, but didn’t take it seriously

Defensive end Cliff Avril is one of many longtime Seahawks to leave the team this offseason, which leaves few ties to the team that won the Super Bowl after the 2013 season. One of those remaining on the roster is safety Earl Thomas, although there seems to be a chance that he’s played his final [more]

Report: NFL seeking end to Colin Kaepernick collusion case via summary judgment

The National Football League is attempting to bring Colin Kaepernick’s collusion case to an immediate conclusion, according to Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports. The NFL is asking arbitrator Stephen Burbank to provide a summary judgment in the case as allowed via the Collective Bargaining Agreement for collusion disputes. It will be Burbank’s task to determine [more]

Sandy Gregory, last remaining original Seahawks employee, retires after 42 years

The Seattle Seahawks have had over 900 players suit up for them since entering the NFL as an expansion franchise in 1976. One team employee had been around for every one of those players who wore varying shades of blue, green and silver throughout the 42 years the team has played in the NFL. Sandy [more]

J.R. Sweezy visiting the Seahawks

Maybe you can go home again. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, former Buccaneers guard J.R. Sweezy is visiting the Seahawks, and taking a physical. Of course, before Sweezy was a former Buc, he was a former Seahawk, as Seattle drafted him in the seventh round of the 2012 NFL Draft. At that [more]

Seahawks have six starters left from their Super Bowl win

When the Seahawks blew out the Broncos in Super Bowl XLVIII, they looked like they had a young nucleus of players who should be able to win more Super Bowls together. But the NFL moves fast, and now Seattle is down to just six starters remaining from the 22 players who started for them in [more]

Seattle still owes Kam Chancellor a pile of money

There’s a reason Kam Chancellor‘s quasi-retirement post yesterday didn’t include the actual word “retirement.” Because that would have left a lot of money on the table. Chancellor sent out word yesterday that he was moving onto the “next chapter” after scans on his neck injury from last year “showed no healing.” As noted by Bob [more]

Kam Chancellor: Time for the next chapter

Serious doubts about Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor‘s playing future have existed since he was shut down for the 2017 season with a neck injury and Sunday brought word from Chancellor that he won’t be back on the field. Chancellor posted on Twitter that it’s “time for the next chapter” while revealing that the latest tests [more]

Roy Miller retires from NFL, accuses estranged wife of trying to ruin his career

Former Buccaneers, Jaguars and Chiefs defensive tackle Roy Miller says he will retire from the NFL rather than try to return after serving a six-game suspension for a domestic violence allegation. Although Miller did not address any of the specifics of his wife’s accusations, he released a statement on Instagram saying that she wants to [more]

Percy Harvin had “mental stresses that I can’t even put into words” in the NFL

Percy Harvin never lacked the physical talent to be a great NFL player, but his career consisted mostly of a few flashes of greatness surrounded by many times he fell short. Now retired, the 30-year-old Harvin told Sports Illustrated he had “mental stresses that I can’t even put into words.” Those stresses started with migraine [more]

Kellen Winslow’s bail denied again, with strange justification

Former NFL tight end Kellen Winslow apparently won’t be walking out of jail anytime soon. Via in San Diego, the Winslow was denied bail at another hearing Thursday. He was arrested on burglary charges, but after bailing out on those, was arrested again on a warrant charging him with kidnapping and rape of older [more]

Darrell Bevell expects to get back into coaching in next hiring cycle

The Seahawks parted ways with Darrell Bevell in January after he spent seven seasons as their offensive coordinator and his name was linked with several openings around the league in the weeks after his dismissal. Bevell didn’t land any of those jobs, however, and that leaves him without anything to do as a player or [more]

Bruce Irvin gets his college degree, compares it to winning the Super Bowl

Raiders outside linebacker Bruce Irvin won a Super Bowl ring when he played for the Seahawks, but another accomplishment this offseason meant just as much to him. Irvin got his degree from West Virginia, and he sees that as just as much of an achievement as his Super Bowl ring. As a troubled teenager, Irvin [more]

Report: Randy Mueller to serve as G.M. of Salt Lake City AAF franchise

Randy Mueller is set to join the Salt Lake City franchise of The Alliance of American Football as the team’s General Manager, according to Alex Marvez of Sirius XM NFL Radio. Mueller previously served as the G.M. of the New Orleans Saints from 2000-2001 and the Miami Dolphins from 2005-2007. He’s been a Senior Executive [more]

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