Whether Jadeveon Clowney will remain a member of the Seahawks in 2020 remains unclear.
The Seattle Seahawks are reuniting with another former pass rusher, agreeing to terms on a deal with defensive end Benson Mayowa.
Could we be getting closer to some resolution to the future of Seahawks free agent defensive end Jadeveon Clowney?
The Seattle Seahawks have cleared a chunk of salary cap space by waiving safety Tedric Thompson and releasing veteran tight end Ed Dickson.
We’re two weeks into the NFL free-agent signing period – players were first allowed to negotiate with teams on March 16 – and the pace of activity is predictably beginning to slow.
As of Saturday, the Clowney watch is now on day 13, which seems a fitting time for an update. Not that there appears to be much of one.
The Seattle Seahawks have made a significant addition to their wide receiver group by agreeing to a one-year deal with Phillip Dorsett.
Seattle landed some needed depth in the secondary by acquiring cornerback Quinton Dunbar from the Washington Redskins for a fifth-round pick Monday, according to a person with knowledge of the move.
While the Seahawks continued to wait for some resolution to the Jadeveon Clowney situation Sunday, the team added yet another veteran offensive lineman, agreeing to terms with guard Chance Warmack.
As day four of the NFL free-agency negotiating/signing period opened Thursday, the Seahawks’ biggest question – the fate of defensive end Jadeveon Clowney – became one that may not be answered for far longer than anticipated.
The Seattle Seahawks have started the NFL free agency period slowly as they have usually done with John Schneider and Pete Carroll at the helm.
The Seahawks enter free agency with an estimated $44 million in cap space and lots of questions to answer.