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  Seahawks | Sidney Rice retires    Wed Jul 23, 03:52 PM

Seattle Seahawks WR Sidney Rice has decided to retire, according to a league source. Rice has decided to retire due to a history of concussions.

Footballguys view: Rice has reportedly decide to retire because of a history with concussions. He was also trying to work his way back from a torn ACL suffered last year too. At only 27 years old, Rice has missed a total of 31 games in seven years in the NFL. His best season was 2009, when he caught 83 passes for 1,312 yards and eight touchdowns for the Vikings.

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  Seahawks | Spencer Ware's DUI case dismissed    Mon Jul 21, 10:03 PM

Seattle Seahawks FB Spencer Ware's DUI case was dismissed Monday, July 21, according to the King County prosecutor's office.

Footballguys view: Ware is an interesting talent to monitor in super deep dynasty leagues. He's a good runner and receiver out of the backfield who can play fullback or running back.

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  Seahawks | Michael Bowie's fitness not up to par    Sun Jul 20, 04:55 PM

Seattle Seahawks OT Michael Bowie has had an uneven spring with coaches saying he could have been in better shape. He'll compete with OT Justin Britt at right tackle.

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  Seahawks | Three to take on larger roles    Sun Jul 20, 04:50 PM

Seattle Seahawks DT Jordan Hill, DT Jesse Williams and CB Tharold Simon will take on larger roles in their second season in 2014. Hill could be a potential starter in nickel packages.

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  Seahawks | Luke Willson likely to see increased time    Sun Jul 20, 04:45 PM

Seattle Seahawks TE Luke Willson will be TE Zach Miller's backup this season, but he's likely to see increased playing time.

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  Seahawks | Christine Michael doing well    Sun Jul 20, 04:22 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Christine Michael's work this spring has done nothing to dismiss the thought that he will receive regular carries this season.

Footballguys view: Michael is a potential stud as a future starter for the Seahawks. If healthy, he has jackhammers for legs, a great initial burst and the vision/athleticism to create his own space. Michael will work as the primary backup behind Marshawn Lynch this year. If Lynch gets banged up and has to miss time, Michael is the guy to take over as the team's starter. Fantasy owners who are into handcuffing their first-round RB should look to Michael. His current ADP is RB43 (10.02) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Seahawks | Jeron Johnson could be top backup at safety    Sat Jul 19, 07:24 PM

Seattle Seahawks SS Jeron Johnson probably will be the primary backup at free safety and strong safety this upcoming season.

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  Seahawks | Jeremy Lane expected to work in slot    Sat Jul 19, 07:23 PM

Seattle Seahawks CB Jeremy Lane is expected to be the team's nickel back this upcoming season.

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  Seahawks | Two will compete for No. 3 QB spot    Sat Jul 19, 07:18 PM

Seattle QBs Terrelle Pryor and B.J. Daniels will compete for the No. 3 quarterback job during training camp. Pryor is expected to have the edge because of his size and speed.

Footballguys view: Pryor failed to consistently play up to his potential with the Raiders, and he's found a fresh start with the World Champions. He has to be considered the favorite here, but Daniels also shares the qualities of athleticism and arm strength that Pryor has. We'll see this battle unfold in training camp. Fantasy owners in super deep dynasty leagues should still be paying attention to Pryor.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch likely to see bulk of load    Thu Jul 17, 10:07 AM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch, who averaged 18.8 carries game last season, is expected to be scaled back some this year. However, he's still expected to receive 15 or 16 carries per game with RB Christine Michael filling in at times.

Footballguys view: This is how Seattle got to the Super Bowl last year. They lean on Lynch and let him soften up opposing defenses. Michael is the handcuff for Lynch, and he's got starter's ability if he were to ever get a shot as a full-time back. Lynch has a current ADP of RB8 (2.03) while Michael is RB43 (10.01) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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Christine Michael player page


  Seahawks | Bobby Wagner believes team is better    Tue Jul 15, 06:30 PM

Seattle Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner said Tuesday, July 15 he thinks the team has gotten way better this year, mainly because of how young they are.

Footballguys view: The Seahawks will have to overcome the loss of Golden Tate (Lions) on offense and the loss of Chris Clemons (Jaguars) on defense. We'll see how well they defend their title this year. The Seahawks or the 49ers are arguably the best teams in the NFL today.

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  Seahawks | Bobby Wagner thought Broncos were intimidated    Tue Jul 15, 04:26 PM

Seattle Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner said he thought the Denver Broncos were intimidated of the team's defense during the Super Bowl. 'They looked scared out there,' Wagner said of the Broncos. 'Nobody wanted to catch the ball. Nobody wanted to come up the middle,' Wagner said.

Footballguys view: Wagner has his opinion, and the Broncos were certainly outplayed in every facet of the Super Bowl. We think it's ridiculous to call a team "scared" and players like Terrance Knighton have already reacted to this statement. The two teams play each other in the preseason, but also early in the regular season. We could see a rematch of the Super Bowl this year if Seattle and Denver can get back to the big game.

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  Seahawks | Several could be options for punt return job    Mon Jul 14, 04:59 PM

Seattle Seahawks FS Earl Thomas is considered the leading candidate for the punt return job, but WR Doug Baldwin, WR Paul Richardson, WR Bryan Walters and CB Richard Sherman may also compete for the job during training camp.

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  Seahawks | Percy Harvin open to returning punts    Mon Jul 14, 04:59 PM

Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin said this offseason that he is open to competing for the punt return job even though he does not have much experience in the role. Harvin is expected to be the team's main kick returner.

Footballguys view: Harvin is a dangerous return man, and he's a threat to score anytime he touches the ball. Injuries are a concern with Harvin as he seems to be constantly banged up. That's the only thing that would keep him off the field as a return man in 2014.

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  Seahawks | Percy Harvin to return kicks    Mon Jul 14, 08:24 AM

Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin is penciled in to return kickoffs.

Footballguys view: Harvin is a dangerous return man and receiver, but injuries could limit him once again this year. The Seahawks won't use him on special teams if he's a little banged up. They need Harvin to play a larger role on offense after losing Golden Tate (Lions) in free agency.

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  Seahawks | Bruce Irvin feeling good    Sat Jul 12, 06:55 PM

Seattle Seahawks LB Bruce Irvin (hip) said his surgically repaired hip feels 100 times better. Irvin has been rehabbing his hip since undergoing surgery earlier this offseason.

Footballguys view: We'll see the team ease Irving back into action during training camp. There's no need to risk further injury in practice. The team wants Irvin (one of their best pass-rushers) to be ready for the start of the regular season.

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  Seahawks | Richard Sherman done talking about Michael Crabtree    Sat Jul 12, 10:13 AM

Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman said he is done talking about San Francisco 49ers WR Michael Crabtree. "I'm pretty much done talking about that," Sherman said. "It's getting old, it's getting old to me. I'm tired of people asking me about it."

Footballguys view: We'll see these two do their talking on the field. The NFC West is the toughest division in football, and it's not outlandish to consider Seattle and San Francisco the two best teams in the game today. We love this rivalry and cannot wait for their first game against each other in Week 13.

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  Seahawks | Richard Sherman still not happy with Michael Crabtree    Wed Jul 9, 03:46 PM

Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman is still not happy with San Francisco 49ers WR Michael Crabtree. 'I hope to play him every year for the rest of my career and choke him out,' Sherman says. 'There's not much else I can say about the subject. Nobody will understand it but him and me. That's all that needs to understand.'

Footballguys view: This is something to keep in mind when the 49ers face the Seahawks if you're a Crabtree owner. It's hard to automatically bench a 4th round pick for two games, so most will err of the side of starting your stud, but this could become a matchup to avoid for Crabtree.

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Richard Sherman player page


  Seahawks | Jesse Williams lighter    Mon Jun 30, 09:03 AM

Seattle Seahawks DT Jesse Williams dropped about 20 pounds to 312 pounds and is playing without pain in his knees this season.

Footballguys view: The lighter weight is going to help his joints, and it might help him get off the line quicker. Williams is competing for a backup position on the defensive line. Even though the Seahawks rotate their defensive linemen, Williams may not get much playing time unless there's an injury to someone above him on the depth chart.

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  Seahawks | Sign Kevin Smith    Wed Jun 25, 03:04 PM

The Seattle Seahawks signed WR Kevin Smith (Jaguars) Wednesday, June 25. Terms of the contract were not disclosed.

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  Seahawks | Waive Andru Pulu     Tue Jun 24, 05:42 PM

The Seattle Seahawks waived DT Andru Pulu Tuesday, June 24.

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  Seahawks | Tony McDaniel to see bigger role    Tue Jun 24, 12:51 PM

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carrol said DT Tony McDaniel will replace DE Red Bryant at five technique in 2014. "A lot of people probably don't know much about me and that I played there before," McDaniel said. "I've got the body type -- 6-7, 320. I definitely fit the body type to play end. It wasn't a big deal to move out there."

Footballguys view: The Seahawks have a swarming defense. This is emphasized up front where they have a strong rotation of players on the defensive line. We'll see McDaniel play a larger role, and he should be able to stuff the run and get plenty of pressure on opposing quarterbacks.

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  Seahawks | Terrelle Pryor shows off speed    Mon Jun 23, 08:20 PM

Seattle Seahawks QB Terrelle Pryor was able was able to break a big run to the outside from a zone-read package during minicamp Thursday, June 19. However, his results as a passer were mixed.

Footballguys view: Nobody questions Pryor's ability as a runner. His ability as a passer is a serious question mark, and it's why the Raiders ended up giving up on a player with his physical gifts. We'd be wowed if this was a story about him tearing apart a defense with his arm. "Pryor impresses as a runner" isn't exactly a headline that grabs you.

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  Seahawks | Kevin Williams hopes to be fresh    Mon Jun 23, 01:52 PM

Seattle Seahawks DT Kevin Williams played 718 defensive snaps in 2013 with the Minnesota Vikings and hopes to play closer to the 500 mark in the upcoming season. Last year, Seahawks DE Michael Bennett was the team's only defensive lineman to participate in at least 600 snaps, while no other lineman played more than 58 percent of the downs. Williams expects to play an active role in chasing quarterbacks, even at age 33, if he can limit how many reps he receives in effort to stay fresh.

Footballguys view: The Seahawks have a fine rotation on the defensive line. This keeps all the players fresh and able to get pressure on opposing quarterbacks. We're sure Williams will be a fantastic fit with his new team.

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  Seahawks | Resting Percy Harvin    Mon Jun 23, 12:49 PM

The Seattle Seahawks have given WR Percy Harvin plenty of rest in their offseason program. They don't intend to work him out three consecutive days in training camp.

Footballguys view: Resting Harvin is the wise thing to do. He's an impact player and dangerous with the football when healthy. Harvin is a threat to score every time he touches the ball, and he can contribute on offense as a runner or receiver. He's also a devastating return man as well. The veteran receiver has struggled to stay healthy as a pro, so the team doesn't need to risk another injury by overworking him in the offseason.

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  Seahawks | Right tackle could be battle at camp    Mon Jun 23, 02:09 AM

The Seattle Seahawks' most heated position battle entering training camp may be at right tackle, where OT Michael Bowie and OT Justin Britt appear to have equal footing heading into camp.

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  Seahawks | Terrelle Pryor not interested in new position    Thu Jun 19, 11:31 PM

Seattle Seahawks QB Terrelle Pryor said he has always been a quarterback and is not interested in moving to another position.

Footballguys view: Pryor was a highly-touted quarterback and defensive tackle in high school. He's got the athletic upside and arm strength to be an intriguing developmental prospect, but so far in his pro career Pryor hasn't developed much. Pryor has supposedly had a "breakthrough" in Seahawks camp, but we'll believe it when we see it.

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  Seahawks | Several players miss practice    Thu Jun 19, 09:23 PM

Seattle Seahawks LB Korey Toomer (hamstring), WR Kevin Norwood (foot), LB Kevin Pierre-Louis (groin), FS Bryan Walters (shoulder), LB Heath Farwell (undisclosed) and S Dion Bailey (undisclosed) did not participate in practice Thursday, June 19.

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  Seahawks | Bruce Irvin expected to miss most of camp    Thu Jun 19, 09:18 PM

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said LB Bruce Irvin (hip) probably will not be ready to participate until late in training camp.

Footballguys view: This means he'll likely be placed on the PUP list at the beginning of camp. Irvin is an incredibly talented pass-rusher, and the team will greatly benefit from his return. The plan is to have him ready for the season opener.

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  Seahawks | Sidney Rice may not be ready for start of camp    Thu Jun 19, 09:16 PM

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said WR Sidney Rice (knee) is looking great at this point but there is a chance he may not be ready for the start of training camp.

Footballguys view: This comes as no shock. Rice is a talented player, but he's struggled to stay healthy during his pro career. The team could place him on the PUP list to begin camp if they want to give him some extra time to recover. Either way, they're likely to take it easy on him in camp while they get him ready for Week 1 of the regular season.

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  Seahawks | Three expected to be ready for camp    Thu Jun 19, 09:13 PM

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said OT Russell Okung (foot), LB Malcolm Smith (ankles) and SS Kam Chancellor (hip) are expected to be ready for the start of training camp.

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  Seahawks | Earl Thomas top punt return candidate    Thu Jun 19, 09:12 PM

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said FS Earl Thomas is the leading candidate to fill the punt return role this upcoming season. WR Percy Harvin, WR Doug Baldwin and CB Richard Sherman are also candidates for the role.

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Doug Baldwin player page


  Seahawks | Richard Sherman, others involved in scuffle    Thu Jun 19, 12:50 PM

Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman was in the center of a scuffle during practice at minicamp Wednesday, June 18, and it started after WR Bryan Walters caught a deep sideline pass and appeared to injure his shoulder landing on the turf. Sherman and WR Phil Bates got into it on the next play, and punches were thrown and helmets went flying.

Footballguys view: Probably not much to this, as fights break out at practices from time to time, especially with a trash talker like Sherman. Maybe someone will get "disciplined" by the team but it won't amount to much.

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  Seahawks | Kevin Williams terms    Thu Jun 19, 09:33 AM

Updating previous reports, Seattle Seahawks DT Kevin Williams can earn up to $2.1 million with $500,000 guaranteed. He can also earn a $300,000 roster bonus.

Footballguys view: Not long ago, Williams was considering retirement, but now he will manage to improve an already great defensive front. More of a run-stuffer now than a pass-rusher, Williams may see work on a rotational basis. In so far as the Seahawks, the rich get richer.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch reports to camp    Tue Jun 17, 09:07 PM

Updating a previous report, Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch (ankle) attended the team's first day of minicamp Tuesday, June 17, but did not practice because of a sore ankle.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch expected to participate in minicamp    Tue Jun 17, 02:15 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch is expected to participate in the team's three-day minicamp. Lynch will attend the minicamp because he does not want to pay the fine for missing the practices and he believes the team will negotiate with him in good faith on contract changes.

Footballguys view: We can put the retirement talk to rest, and hopefully the holdout talk too. The RBBC talk from offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell has already been clarified to only include OTAs, so Lynch is looking like a solid first-round pick again.

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  Seahawks | Two players cut    Mon Jun 16, 04:56 PM

The Seattle Seahawks have released QB Keith Price and DE Kenneth Boatright.

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  Seahawks | Demitrius Bronson signed     Mon Jun 16, 04:55 PM

The Seattle Seahawks have signed undrafted free-agent RB Demitrius Bronson (Eastern Washington). Terms of the contract were not disclosed, but all undrafted free agents sign three-year deals, according to NFL rules.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch unlikely to retire    Fri Jun 13, 06:54 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch is unlikely to retire this offseason, according to Tennessee Titans SS Jordan Babineaux. Babineaux said Lynch has been working on his training separate from the team. The Seahawks aren't likely to give Lynch an extension because he's already paid like a top-five running back.

Footballguys view: The retirement talk never really sounded right. Lynch is one of the best pros in the game today, and his offseason preparation will get him ready for training camp. Christine Michael owners are going to have to wait their turns.

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  Seahawks | Tharold Simon impresses at final OTA    Fri Jun 13, 01:47 PM

Seattle Seahawks CB Tharold Simon tallied two interceptions in the team's final organized team activity session Thursday, June 13, receiving instruction from fellow CB Richard Sherman throughout the practice. Simon was kept off the field last season with a stress fracture in one foot and a broken bone in the other.

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  Seahawks | Percy Harvin happy to be practicing    Thu Jun 12, 09:11 PM

Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin is happy to be taking part in voluntary workouts after missing most of last season recovering from hip surgery.

Footballguys view: An important note for fantasy owners here. Being able to take part in offseason activities is allowing Harvin to become fully integrated in the team's offense. Harvin should be able to flourish this season if he stays healthy. His current ADP is WR16 (4.05) in 12-team PPR leagues.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch considering retirement?    Thu Jun 12, 08:11 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch told two teammates last season that he could retire if the team won the Super Bowl, and that option is still realistic at this point, according to a source.

Footballguys view: Lynch says he has enough money to retire and clearly has an idea what the wear and tear on his body over the remaining years of his career are worth to him. He knows when he next becomes a free agent he will be hitting 30 and watched the running back market go flat. He wants to get his money while he can and may be willing to walk away if he doesn't get his money.

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  Seahawks | Agree to terms with Kevin Williams    Thu Jun 12, 05:53 PM

Seattle Seahawks signed free-agent DT Kevin Williams (Vikings) to a one-year contract, according to sources. The deal is worth in excess of $2 million.

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  Seahawks | Haven't been informed Marshawn Lynch will miss OTAs    Thu Jun 12, 05:15 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch has not informed the team of his desire to skip organized team activities. He wants a new contract and may end up telling the team he won't participate.

Footballguys view: There are a lot of assumptions around all this, not the least of which is Lynch agitating for a new contract. That said, he has to know given how the market went this offseason that if he doesn't get paid big now, he may not get paid big again. We're not worried about him missing minicamp, but if this drags into training camp and preseason, we will start to worry. A lot of players who hold out that long find themselves under-performing to start the season and sometimes, hurt due to lack of conditioning. On top of this, it could give Christine Michael time to shine, something the Seahawks are hoping can happen down the road anyway. If Michael does well, Lynch loses leverage. If Michael gets hurt or struggles--advantage "Dis Mah Son." If all things return to normal, we still have Lynch as a top ten fantasy pick and an RB1. But this all bears watching and a long holdout could drop him.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch expected to skip minicamp    Wed Jun 11, 10:31 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch is expected to skip the team's mandatory minicamp next week, according to sources familiar with the team's thinking. Lynch skipped the team's visit to the White House in May, and reportedly hasn't appeared at any of the team's voluntary organized team activities (OTAs). He is thought to be unhappy with his contact, though it's not clear if that is the only football-related reason the running back is considering skipping or reporting late to minicamp.

Footballguys view: Here we go. With Christine Michael getting a ton of pumping up by the staff and Lynch knowing that when he next hits free agency he'll be at the "doom and gloom" age of 30, he wants to get one more fat stack of cash now and not risk it. It's a shaky situation--Lynch doesn't need to be at the OTAs or minicamps--he's a vet and knows his stuff. Once we get into training camp though, it becomes a concern as we have seen players have rough seasons when they hold out of camp. We have Lynch as a top ten fantasy running back still, but the situation bears watching.

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  Seahawks | Feel Terrell Pryor has had breakthrough    Wed Jun 11, 03:49 PM

Seattle Seahawks sources believe QB Terrelle Pryor has made as much progress as anyone over the last month and has had a breakthrough of sorts.

Footballguys view: We'll wait to see what Pryor looks like in the preseason thank you very much. He's a strong-armed quarterback with the athleticism to scramble for yards. The upside is there, but we've seen him flash before only to disappoint later.

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  Seahawks | OC backtracks on RBBC comments    Tue Jun 10, 08:52 AM

Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell said his 'running back by committee' comments last week meant the team would use the approach in OTAs, but not necessarily when the season started.

Footballguys view: That's what we thought. There's no doubt that Marshawn Lynch is the man, and he will continue to be the man in Seattle. They have a couple of talented backups in Christine Michael and Robert Turbin, but they're not going to get a ton of carries so long as Lynch stays healthy.

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  Seahawks | Terrelle Pryor shows well    Mon Jun 9, 11:28 PM

Seattle Seahawks QB Terrelle Pryor ran the No. 2 offense almost exclusively in practice Monday, June 9, with QB Tarvaris Jackson (personal) away from the team. Pryor reportedly had one of his better showings.

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  Seahawks | Tarvaris Jackson away from team    Mon Jun 9, 11:28 PM

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Monday, June 9, that QB Tarvaris Jackson (personal) was away from the team due to a family issue.

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  Seahawks | Michael Bowie nursing shoulder    Mon Jun 9, 11:10 PM

Seattle Seahawks OL Michael Bowie (shoulder) was limited to about a third of the reps during organized team activities (OTAs) Monday, June 9, after hurting his shoulder last week. However, head coach Pete Carroll said Bowie's shoulder is getting better. Bowie is splitting time with OL Justin Britt during OTAs.

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