Exactly when Phillip Dorsett will be able to get on a football field with Russell Wilson remains unclear due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but Dorsett is eager for the chance to work with his new quarterback in Seattle.
Tuesday was quite a busy day in the NFL. Moore: If Clowney rejects Seahawks, here’s where he’s likely to sign On a conference call, NFL owners voted to expand the playoffs from 12 teams to 14 teams in 2020.
A report a couple of weeks ago indicated the Seahawks may have interest in defensive end Everson Griffen. Now comes word the feeling is mutual. Chris Tomasson of the Pioneer Press reports that Griffen “definitely has interest” in signing with the Seahawks.
One of the main complaints Seahawks fans have had in recent years with the team is that Seattle has not done well in the draft. Seahawks reportedly releasing FS Tedric Thompson, TE Ed Dickson The Seahawks hit big with first-round picks Earl Thomas and Russell Okung in 2010 and Bruce Irvin in 2012.
Photo by Wesley Hitt/Getty Images How much cap space the Seattle Seahawks have, in particular how much cap space they have in relation to the rest of the league has been a big question among fans waiting on a potential Jadeveon Clowney contract.
The National Football League on Thursday released a PSA featuring such superstars as Tom Brady and Russell Wilson in which the message “Stay Home, Stay Strong” is relayed amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.