When the teachers who were being honored as Symetra Heroes in the Classroom reached the Seahawks’ locker room at CenturyLink Field on Friday afternoon, they were greeted by one surprise after another.
Despite attempting to focus on other players during the Seahawks’ first week of OTA sessions, third-year linebacker K.J. Wright keeps making plays to keep getting noticed.
Chance McKinney – a former Seahawks employee, Seattle-area educator and University of Washington track coach – broke into the country music business years ago. Now, he's finding unique ways to tie together his Seahawks-past with his country-music-present.
Spencer Ware’s new life as a member of the Seahawks includes tackling a new position: Fullback. But the team’s sixth-round draft choice is embracing any and every challenge that comes his way, or gets in his way.
In his first practice with the Seahawks – even if it was only an OTA session – Percy Harvin displayed the explosive quickness and lightning speed that prompted the team to acquire him in a trade with the Vikings.
When Gov. Jay Inslee signed Bill 5152 at VMAC on Friday afternoon, it was a win-win move for the Seahawks, Sounders FC, their fans and the trio of non-profit organizations that will benefit from the team license plates.
Ever wondered what it’s like to take part in the NFL Scouting Combine? Twenty two people got a taste of that experience on Thursday after bidding on the event at the Ben’s Fund function to benefit autism.
After working out on the practice field “against air” for three weeks, the Seahawks look ready – and prepared – to move into the OTA and minicamp phase of their offseason program that starts Monday.
Benson Mayowa was preparing to return to the University of Idaho on Sunday afternoon, but the Seahawks had other plans for the pass-rushing defensive end after his tryout at the team’s rookie minicamp.
Monday metatarsal musings: This year’s rookie minicamp might have lacked the flash of the 2012 edition, but the Seahawks still drafted some players who showed they can fill specific roles on an already good team.
The obvious stars of the Seahawks’ three-day rookie minicamp were the 11 draft choices who were selected two weeks ago with specific roles in mind, and the skills to fill them.
The Seahawks didn’t just bring in their 11 draft choices for the three-day rookie minicamp, they also invited their mothers for what has been a unique Mother’s Day weekend.