With some key signings out of the way, the pieces are in place for the Seahawks to be Super Bowl contenders at least through the 2017 season.
Russell Wilson wants to become the NFL's highest-paid player, but he won't hold out if there's no deal. What's next if he doesn't sign a long-term deal?
The Seahawks and Russell Wilson are in a stalemate, but they don't want to play the franchise tag game. Ex-agent Joel Corry offers a solution to the impasse.
The greatest No. 1 draft pick of all time -- Peyton Manning or John Elway? What about No. 231? Here's the definitive list of best picks -- from No. 1 to 256.
Trapasso: Getting Jimmy Graham is huge, but the Seahawks need help on the O-line -- and maybe Greg Hardy if Michael Bennett leaves in a trade.
Falcons? Lions? Colts? Jags? Raiders? Ndamukong Suh is about to get paid, but his free-agent choice could come down to state income tax. Ex-agent Joel Corry explains.
The last mock before the combine has a running back going to the Colts (Todd Gurley) in the first round, but fewer players with off-field issues.
That would be sufficiently terrifying.
The blueprint for creasing the Seahawks' top-ranked defense? The Cowboys drew it up in a Week 6 win. The Patriots need to win the line of scrimmage to win the Super Bowl.
Since inheriting a 5-11 club in 2010, head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider have completely overhauled the roster, making roughly 900 roster transactions. Sure, the trade for Marshawn Lynch and free agent signing of Michael Bennett were big. The lifeblood of these Seahawks, however, is through the annual NFL draft.

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