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The Seattle Seahawks have locked up center Max Unger beyond the 2012 season after signing the anchor of Seattle's offensive line to a multi-year extension.
Seattle announced the signing on Wednesday afternoon, just days before the start of training camp. Unger, who was a second-round pick out of Oregon in 2009, was entering the final year of his initial rookie contract and was due to become a free agent after the 2012 season.
Terms of Unger's deal were not released.
Unger has started all 32 games he's played in his NFL career. Unger started his entire rookie season in 2009, but missed most of the 2010 season with a toe injury. Last year, he started 15 games at center.
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Pete Carroll, head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, is going into his third season as head coach and this is the season to see if they will keep him around. If this team is successful and has a shot at making the post season by the end of December, Pete Carroll will have the head coaching [...]
The Seahawks signed center Max Unger to a long-term contract extension. Terms were not disclosed, but the deal makes Unger one of the NFL's highest-paid centers. General manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll worked to fortify an offensive line that was a weakness when they arrived together in Seattle. All five starting offensive linemen are now signed through at least...
Free agent wide receiver Braylon Edwards is working out for the Seattle Seahawks, who may be looking for a proven No. 2 receiver for their offense.
The team confirmed Edwards' workout Thursday. The Seahawks will open training camp Saturday with plenty of questions at wide receiver. Sidney Rice is coming off two shoulder surgeries in the offseason and the rest of Seattle'...
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A lot of Seattle’s 5dimes odds depends on the status of two players, defensive end Chris Clemons and running back Marshawn Lynch. One half of that duo is in a better place than he was, while the other is waiting to see if he can even play in the season opener.
Actually, Lynch’s troubles are larger than that as he was arrested for a DUI and he has been...
Free agent wide receiver Braylon Edwards is working out for the Seattle Seahawks today.
The team confirmed Edwards' workout Thursday.
The Seahawks will open training camp Saturday with plenty of questions at wide receiver.
Sidney Rice is coming off two shoulder surgeries, Seattle released Mike Williams earlier this month, Doug Baldwin is only in his 2nd season, and...
The Seattle Seahawks added depth to its unproven wide receiver unit by signing veteran Antonio Bryant.
The team announced the signing on Thursday night. The Seahawks report for training camp on Friday with the first practice scheduled for Saturday morning.
Bryant had a tryout with the Seahawks during June's minicamp. Coach Pete Carroll said he didn't feel Bryant was in...
The Seattle Seahawks have signed wide receiver Antonio Bryant.
Bryant hasn't played since catching 39 passes for 600 yards and four touchdowns for the Tampa Bay Buccaneers three years ago.
Bryant was at the Seahawks' mandatory minicamp on a trial basis, but wasn't signed because he wasn't in shape.
Now, he apparently is.
He has caught 372 career passes for 5,685...
This Seahawks have extended the only member of their offensive line who wasn’t hurt last season, center Max Unger. Unger will get over 24 million combined over 2013-2016, adding this extension onto the million or so he’ll make this year in the final year of his rookie deal. This deal also guarantees him 12 million total.
Considering elite centers like Scott Wells (4 years, 24...
The Headline: When Seahawks training camp opens up this weekend in Seattle, I can assure you that Pete Carroll and John Schneider will stay true to the ‘Always Compete’ mantra and there will be some surprises.
In their first year at the helm, it was the much criticized trade for Charlie Whitehurst and the release of starting wide receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh, just...
According to Curtis Crabtree of 950 KJR in Seattle, the Seahawks have signed free agent wide receiver Antonio Bryant to a one-year deal.
What’s really interesting is that Bryant hasn’t even played in the NFL since 2009, when he was a member of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. I’m not sure what head coach Pete Carroll is thinking.
The Seahawks also brought in Braylon...
So if you are like me -- and once again, apologies for the age and the shortness and the various forms of irritability -- it's time to start thinking about your fantasy football draft.Which means it's time to start mulling over which guys might be under and overvalued, how this all used to be a lot easier when the world regarded guys who were OK with numbers as inhuman monsters...