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The cuts keep on coming. Moments ago it was reported by Albert Breer that the Seattle Seahawks have cut defensive end Chris Clemons.
Clemons will turn 33 years old in October and the move will save the Seahawks $7.5 million in cap room for 2014. For three straight seasons, he started every single game for Seattle.
Last week when I wrote about the possibility of Clemons being cut...
Day one of free agency is nearly in the books; here’s your primer to get caught up on the comings and goings of the Seattle Seahawks.
- The biggest splash of course came yesterday when the Seahawks re-signed Michael Bennett to a four-year, $28.5 million deal. General manager John Schneider had stated that re-signing Bennett was a top priority for the team, so this was a big...
The Seattle Seahawks re-signed defensive end Michael Bennett on Monday. Seahawks sign @mosesbread72 to multi-year extension. pic.twitter.com/DHv0yvfnBK — Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) March 10, 2014 I m back I m happy super bow champ .The 12th man is the biggest reason I came back the best fan — Michael Bennett (@mosesbread72) March 10, 2014 According to ProFootballTalk, Bennett...
Super Bowl champion defensive end Michael Bennett will not hit the open market.
The Seahawks signed Bennett prior to the start of free agency on Tuesday at 4 p.m. Bennett signed a four-year, $28.5 million contract with $16 million guaranteed, according to ESPN.com. Bennett had higher offers from two other teams, and took less money to re-sign with the Seahawks.
Bennett said after...
It looks like Michael Bennett left some money on the table in order to re-sign with the Seahawks.
According to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune, the Bears made bigger offer to Bennett.
One source says #Bears offering $8.5 million per year for Michael Bennett and #Seahawks at $8 million annually. That is word around league.
— Brad Biggs (@BradBiggs) March 10, 2014
The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks have many questions to answer in the offseason. Those questions are looming larger than life since free agency and the defections have started. The Seahawks have lost four players in the last 24 hours, including some of their best playmakers.The Seahawks have lost top receiver Golden Tate (to the Detroit Lions), defensive linemen Clinton...
If the Seahawks can land a few weapons for Russell Wilson watch out. @AdamSchefter: Source says Packers free-agent TE Jermichael Finley is going to visit the Seahawks, per @RobDemovsky. Visit starts tonight.The post Jermichael Finley is heading to Seattle for a visit appeared first on NFL Draft Diamonds.
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Another pass rushing specialist has hit the open market.
The Seahawks have released DE Chris Clemons, per source.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 12, 2014
Seattle saves $7.5 million in cap room with the release of Chris Clemons.
— Albert Breer (@AlbertBreer) March 12, 2014
Without much of a surprise at all, the Seattle Seahawks have released defensive end Chris Clemons.
http://t.co/FLyLc4GI9v reporting Seahawks have released Chris Clemons. Could indicate things moving along with Jason Hatcher, someone else.
— Bob Condotta (@bcondotta) March 12, 2014
After the Michael Bennett extension, Seattle couldn’t afford to keep Clemons.
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Mike Garafolo reports that the Lions deal with Seahawks WR Golden Tate is not done right now.
Josina Anderson received a text from Tate saying “I have not accepted or even heard the terms yet.“
Anderson adds that Tate is receiving the information regarding the deal right now and a deal could still be completed.
Tim Twentyman first reported that the...
Yesterday when Golden Tate signed a five-year, $31 million contract with the Detroit Lions a lot of Seahawks fans got hopping angry. Some went so far as to curse at him on Twitter.
Today more details are emerging about why Tate decided to take the Lions up on their offer. According to a report by Todd Dybas of the News Tribune, Tate feels that the Seahawks’ initial offer was low...
Per Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk, the Seattle Seahawks have signed a four-year. $28.5 million contract with defensive end Michael Bennett:
DE Michael Bennett strikes deal with Seahawks. Four years. Terms coming. — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) March 10, 2014
Bennett was considered a key part of the Seahawks defensive plans going forward, and their cuts that...
Golden Tate is one of the toughest wide receivers in the league and now he has a new home. According to ESPN’s Josina Anderson, the Detroit Lions have signed Tate to a five-year deal worth $31.25 million and includes $13.25 million in guarantees.
It’s an awful rich deal for Tate, who has never had a 1,000 yard season or more than 65 catches in a year, something he managed...
The Detroit Lions have signed free agent wide receiver Golden Tate to a five-year deal.
Tate, 25, spent the first four years of his NFL career with the Seattle Seahawks. setting career highs with 64 receptions for 898 yards last season. He caught five touchdowns, two off his career best of seven set in 2012.
“Wow I’m officially a Detroit #Lion. Extremely excited about the opportunity...