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Brandon Marshall no lock to make Seahawks’ roster ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
The Seahawks signed veteran wide receiver Brandon Marshall this offseason, putting him in prime position to join the 1,000-catch club. The 34-year-old Marshall is coming off two surgeries, one on his ankle and one on his toe, and he played in just five games last year. Marshall hasn’t been able to do much this offseason because of a hamstring injury. Yahoo! Thu, Jun 21
Where are the 2013 Seahawks now? Courtesy of
1 of 21 Click through the slideshow to see where the 2013 Seahawks are now. Photo: Elaine Thompson/Associated Press, Tony Avelar/Associated Press 2 of 21 Russell Wilson: Still with the Seahawks The face of the Seahawks' organization, Wilson likely isn't leaving Seattle anytime soon. The quarterback Yahoo! Wed, Jun 20
Eddie Lacy, Blair Walsh among players from 2017 Seahawks roster still without a team Courtesy of
Unless you've somehow been completely out of the loop over this 2018 NFL offseason, you know which notable unrestricted Seattle Seahawks free agents have moved on and which ones have stayed. Gone are Paul Richardson, Jimmy Graham, Luke Willson, DeShawn Shead, Thomas Rawls, and Sheldon Richardson, Yahoo! Tue, Jun 19
Seahawks think Rashaad Penny looks “so comfortable” in pass protection Courtesy of
Running backs obviously have to be able to make plays with the ball in their hands in order to earn jobs, but they won’t see much of the field in the current NFL if they can’t make plays without it. “He has picked up a ton of stuff,” Carroll said last week, via the team. “[Running backs coach Chad Morton] was just talking about the pass protection stuff that he looks so comfortable with after the time he has been here. Yahoo! Tue, Jun 19
Jon Ryan isn’t handing over Seahawks punting duties: “I’m going to make you look really dumb” Courtesy of
Punter Jon Ryan is the only player on the Seahawks’ roster that predates head coach Pete Carroll and General Manager John Schneider in Seattle. “(Schneider) had that attitude almost like, ‘Sorry, but I had to do it…’” Ryan said when he fits crossed paths with his G.M. after the draft. Yahoo! Mon, Jun 18
Current Roster
Quarterback College External Player News Links
Austin Davis Southern Miss
Alex McGough Florida International
Russell Wilson Wisconsin
Runningback College External Player News Links
Chris Carson Oklahoma State
Mike Davis South Carolina
Jalston Fowler Alabama
Khalid Hill Michigan
Tre Madden USC
J.D. McKissic Arkansas State
Rashaad Penny San Diego State
C.J. Prosise Notre Dame
Keenan Reynolds
Wide Receiver College External Player News Links
Doug Baldwin Stanford
Jaron Brown Clemson
Amara Darboh Michigan
Cyril Grayson LSU
Marcus Johnson Texas
Tyler Lockett Kansas State
Brandon Marshall UCF
Tanner McEvoy Wisconsin
David Moore East Central (OK)
Caleb Scott Vanderbilt
Damore'ea Stringfellow Mississippi
Tight End College External Player News Links
Ed Dickson Oregon
Will Dissly Washington
Tyrone Swoopes Texas
Nick Vannett Ohio State
Kicker College External Player News Links
Sebastian Janikowski Florida State
Jason Myers Marist
Defensive Lineman College External Player News Links
Frank Clark Michigan
Poona Ford Texas
Rasheem Green USC
Branden Jackson Texas Tech
Quinton Jefferson
Tom Johnson Southern Miss
Nazair Jones North Carolina
Dion Jordan Oregon
Jake Martin Temple
Malik McDowell Michigan State
Jarran Reed Alabama
Shamar Stephen Connecticut
Eddy Wilson Purdue
Linebackers College External Player News Links
D.J. Alexander Oregon State
Emmanuel Beal Oklahoma
Austin Calitro Villanova
Shaquem Griffin Central Florida
Warren Long Northwestern
Barkevious Mingo LSU
Joshua Perry
Jake Pugh Florida State
Marcus Smith Louisville
Bobby Wagner Utah State
K.J. Wright Mississippi State
Defensive Back College External Player News Links
Maurice Alexander Utah State
Alex Carter Stanford
Kam Chancellor Virginia Tech
Justin Coleman Tennessee
DeAndre Elliott Colorado State
Tre Flowers Oklahoma State
Shaquill Griffin Central Florida
Delano Hill Michigan
Dontae Johnson North Carolina State
Akeem King San Jose State
Byron Maxwell Clemson
Bradley McDougald Kansas
Earl Thomas Texas
Tedric Thompson Colorado
Neiko Thorpe Auburn
Michael Tyson Cincinnati