Russell Wilson brought the trade buzz surrounding him to new heights when his agent openly named for teams that the quarterback would be open to joining, and the tension between the two sides does not appear to be subsiding.
As NFL teams continue to scramble to create cap space before the start of free agency, another proven veteran guard has officially hit the market. Based on their positional needs, the Seahawks should be one of the front runners to land him.
After spending his first four NFL seasons with the Seahawks, Shaquill Griffin hopes to continue his career in the Pacific Northwest. But as free agency rapidly approaches, the fifth-year cornerback is excited about exploring other opportunities.
The Seahawks' offseason has yet to technically begin and it's already been a mess. But then again, it was always going to be. With little cap space, precious few draft picks, and many holes to fill, chaos was going to reign.
The Seahawks have a few key free agents on defense, and one of them is Shaquill Griffin. The 25-year-old cornerback just completed his fourth season out of UCF, and he’s been a major contributor since Seattle selected him in the third round of the 2017 draft.
Over the course of the offseason, we will explore different players from the 2020 Seahawks roster and evaluate them. We will review their performance from the previous season, what worked, what did not, and then glance at what their future may hold with the Seahawks or perhaps elsewhere.
Entering the offseason, let’s just say the Seahawks have some work to do. Rost: Does NFC West rival’s addition apply more pressure on Seahawks? Seattle has 24 players hitting unrestricted free agency, multiple players are looking for long-term extensions, and there’s also a seemingly unhappy quarterback.
As free agency rapidly approaches, a changing of the guard could be happening for the Seahawks in the backfield with veteran running backs Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde set to hit the market later this month.
We're just a little over two weeks away from the start of the 2021 NFL free agency period with the Seahawks facing a mountain of needs to address. But before they can do anything this spring, they'll first need to create salary cap space because they virtually have next to nothing to work with at the moment.
Russell Wilson hasn't demanded a trade from the Seahawks. The Seahawks haven't entertained the idea of trading the star quarterback despite reports indicating one-third of the teams in the NFL have inquired about his availability.
Russell Wilson’s relationship with the Seahawks has been put under a microscope after he and his camp made it clear in the media that he is unhappy with the pass protection he has received since he was drafted in 2012.
Russell Wilson is fed up with the Seahawks organization and I don’t necessarily blame him. Most teams would be thrilled coming off a year in which they went 12-4 and won their division, no matter the postseason outcome, but the Seahawks aren’t most teams.
Much to the dismay of Russell Wilson and the Seahawks, another future Hall of Fame pass rusher has found his way to the NFC West. After considering several teams following his release by the Texans, as reported by the player himself, the three-time Defensive Player of the Year J.J.
It remains highly unlikely that the Seahawks are going to trade their franchise quarterback. Wilson is coming off a 2020 season in which he put up north of 4,700 total yards with 42 touchdowns and 13 interceptions.