With the 2013 season officially in the books, the Eye on Football staff is looking ahead to the offseason for all 32 NFL teams. Next up: The Seattle Seahawks.
Richard Sherman isn't the only member of the Seahawks who thinks the NFL trying to legislate the N-word out of the game is a horrific idea. On Monday, Doug Baldwin echoed similar sentiments.
The Seahawks released veterans Sidney Rice and Red Bryant on Friday. The moves will save Seattle almost $13 million against the 2014 salary cap.
The Seattle Seahawks are reportedly going to cut wide receiver Sidney Rice. Rice had been with the team since signing as a free agent before the 2011 season.
There could be a strong free-agent market for guards and centers this spring when the period begins.
Seattle may need to release a couple of key players or get them to restructure deals to alleviate some salary-cap concerns,
The Seahawks did not hire fritter away a wad of cash on free agency, hire a top assistant as head coach or go after a big-armed QB. Instead, they hired a guy fired twice in the NFL and found 53 guys who bought in.
Doug Baldwin had some words for analyst Cris Carter. And they were pretty awesome.
Malcolm Smith's big plays spearhead the Peyton Manning-rattling Seahawks D. I get him as MVP. But Russell Wilson's playmaking leaves more of an impression.
In his Monday morning news conference, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll talk about the possibility of becoming a dynasty.

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