Top Seahawks News

  • Seahawks' Jamarco Jones: Expected back for OTAs

    Jones (ankle) is expected to be ready for offseason workouts this spring, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. "[Jones] looks great," Carroll said recently. "He's in great shape, he has gained weight, he's stronger than he has ever been. Now he's already raring to go. He'll be back and there should be no hesitation with his return."

    Seattle snagged Jones with a fifth-round pick in last year's draft, but the Ohio State product ultimately missed his entire rookie season thanks to an ankle injury that required surgery in August. It sounds like he'll have a full offseason uninhibited by any sort of rehab program, though, which could aid Jones in carving out a role along the offensive line in advance of the 2019 campaign.

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  • Seahawks' Kam Chancellor: Remains on roster

    Chancellor (neck) likely remains unable to pass a physical, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

    Chancellor has a massive financial incentive to hold off on retirement, as his three-year, $36 million contract is fully guaranteed for injury. The deal runs through 2020, with Seattle unable to get out of it unless the 30-year-old eventually is able to pass a physical. Chancellor isn't expected to return to football, as the neck injury he suffered in Nov. 2017 leaves him vulnerable to an even more severe head/neck injury.

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  • Seahawks' Russell Wilson: Hasn't started contract talks

    Wilson and the Seahawks haven't engaged in any discussions to extend his contract beyond 2019, Adam Schefter of ESPN.com reports.

    Heading into the final season of a four-year, $87.6 million extension, Wilson has a reasonable argument to break one or both of the contract records set by Matt Ryan ($94.5 million fully guaranteed) and Aaron Rodgers ($33.5 million per season) this past year. No longer buoyed by a superstar-laden defense, the 30-year-old quarterback nonetheless led Seattle to the playoffs in 2018, posting a 10-6 record in what might've been viewed as a rebuilding season. With their youth movement well under way, the Seahawks have enough cap space to give Wilson a massive contract and also add a bit more help around him. Discussions should begin soon enough, though the potential for a work stoppage in 2021 could make things a bit tricky.

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  • Seahawks' K.J. Wright: Headed for open market

    Wright is expected to test free agency, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.

    Long overshadowed in a star-studded Seattle defense, Wright survived the veteran purge last offseason but then missed 11 games due to knee issues in 2018. He did play in 63 of a possible 64 games over the previous four years, averaging 114 tackles, two forced fumbles and 1.8 sacks per season. Wright helped his cause when he proved his health during the playoffs with eight tackles (seven solo) and an interception in a loss to the Cowboys. Now scheduled for unrestricted free agency ahead of his age-30 season, the veteran linebacker may need to leave Seattle if he wants another multi-year contract with significant guarantees. The Seahawks have ample cap space for the first time in years, but they seem to be more focused on the other side of the ball while implementing a youth movement around Bobby Wagner on defense.

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Team Statistical Rankings

Rushing Passing Overall
Off. 160.0
(1st)
215.5
(25th)
353.3
(18th)
Def. 113.2
(13th)
256.4
(18th)
353.3
(16th)