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  Seahawks | Interested in Trent Cole    Thu Mar 5, 05:02 PM

Free-agent DE Trent Cole (Eagles) is receiving interest from the Seattle Seahawks, according to a league source. Cole had 52 tackles, 6.5 sacks and three forced fumbles in 2014.

Footballguys view: The Seahawks are always looking for solid players to put into a rotation, though he may want more money and more of a role than they want to give him.

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  Seahawks | Will go after Tramon Williams    Thu Mar 5, 01:18 PM

Green Bay Packers impending free-agent CB Tramon Williams will be courted by the Seattle Seahawks in free agency. Seahawks general manager John Schneider helped sign Williams to Green Bay in 2006. A source close to Williams and his agent said that Seattle has made it clear they will go after him if he makes it to the open market. The Seahawks have little to no chance of re-signing CB Byron Maxwell. Williams' value on the market could be around $5 million per year.

Footballguys view: After reportedly turning down a two-year contract, Williams will test the free agency waters. It's interesting that Seattle has its eye on Williams, as it could signal they don't expect Byron Maxwell to be re-signed.

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  Seahawks | Interested in Darnell Dockett    Wed Mar 4, 07:14 PM

Free-agent DT Darnell Dockett (Cardinals) has received interest from the Seattle Seahawks. However, he's expected to choose between the San Francisco 49ers and Arizona Cardinals Wednesday, March 4.

Footballguys view: That sounds like a move the Seahawks could make. Dockett may have been slowed a bit by injury at this point in his career, but he could be a great part-time pass-rusher for the Seattle defense.

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  Seahawks | DeMarco Murray an option for Seattle?    Mon Mar 2, 08:27 PM

Dallas Cowboys impending free-agent RB DeMarco Murray could be targeted by the Seattle Seahawks in free agency this offseason.

Footballguys view: Murray is one of the hottest names in free agency. Seattle could be in the market for a reliable running back if RB Marshawn Lynch opts to retire.

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  Seahawks | Mister Alexander signed    Mon Mar 2, 05:42 PM

Free-agent LB Mister Alexander (Cowboys) signed with the Seattle Seahawks Monday, March 2. Details of the contract were not disclosed.

Footballguys view: Originally signed by the Texans as an undrafted free agent in 2011 out of Florida State, Alexander was primarily a special teams player. He then bounced to the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL in 2013. After that, Alexander played with the Omaha Mammoths in the Fall Experimental Football League in 2014 before the Cowboys added him to their practice squad. He'll be a longshot to make the Seahawks final roster.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch: I wanted the football    Mon Mar 2, 07:33 AM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch told a Turkish television station that, contrary to what he said following the Super Bowl, he wanted the football on the play where QB Russell Wilson threw a goal-line interception.

Footballguys view: It's a play we'll all be talking about for the rest of history. Lynch should have gotten the ball, and the Seahawks would have a dynasty in the modern era with back-to-back Super Bowl victories. We'll see what they can put together this season.

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  Seahawks | Ricky Jean-Francois to visit    Thu Feb 26, 12:59 AM

Free-agent DT Ricky Jean-Francois (Colts) will visit the Seattle Seahawks this week, according to a league source.

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  Seahawks | Earl Thomas expected to be ready    Tue Feb 24, 07:50 PM

Seattle Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (shoulder) underwent successful surgery Monday, Feb. 23, and he's expected to be ready on the early end of a six- to eight-month recovery timetable, according to people close to the situation.

Footballguys view: This is a process that will take some time. The Seahawks are likely to ease Thomas back in when he's ready. Thomas could begin training camp on the Physically Unable to Perform list, but he could still be ready for Week 1.

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  Seahawks | Earl Thomas gets surgery    Tue Feb 24, 03:29 PM

Seattle Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (shoulder) underwent surgery Tuesday, Feb. 24, to repair a separated shoulder and torn labrum, according to a source. Thomas has a six to eight month recovery period and is still expected to be ready for the start of the 2015 season.

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  Seahawks | Earl Thomas to have surgery    Tue Feb 24, 10:51 AM

Seattle Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (shoulder) will undergo surgery to repair the torn labrum in his shoulder Tuesday, Feb. 24. Rehab time is six to eight months.

Footballguys view: This timetable puts Thomas in danger of missing the start of the regular season. He'll most certainly be limited (if not on the PUP) during training camp.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch's agent denies deal    Sat Feb 21, 09:33 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch's agent, Doug Hendrickson, said Saturday, Feb. 21, that there is no deal finalized, but Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com reports that an offer is in place that will result in a deal.

Footballguys view: We'll know in the coming days if La Canfora was on the money or not. Either way, we expect the Seahawks to lock Lynch down with a new contract.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch nearing new deal?    Sat Feb 21, 08:49 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch has a new deal in place that would pay him $12 million next season and $9 million in 2016, according to a league source. Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com believes the deal will be formalized in the coming days.

Footballguys view: We'll see if the deal comes to fruition as there are conflicting reports out there.

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  Seahawks | Seattle offers Marshawn healthy salary    Sat Feb 21, 05:13 PM

Updating previous reports, Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch was offered a multiyear deal that would pay him between $11-$12 million during the first year and $9 million during the second year.

Footballguys view: The Seahawks want to lock Lynch down for the rest of his career. Lynch, who's entering the final season of his contract, could end up receiving a three-year offer, according to multiple league sources.

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  Seahawks | HC planning on Marshawn Lynch's return    Fri Feb 20, 10:43 PM

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said he has never considered a future that doesn't include RB Marshawn Lynch. 'We're always preparing for the future with him,' Carroll said Friday, Feb. 20, at the NFL Scouting Combine. 'We've never thought of the future without him. Hopefully, it will work out.'

Footballguys view: The Seahawks will be ready for Lynch's return. He'll take his time in deciding whether or not he wants to retire or return to the team. If Lynch does walk away, the Seahawks could grab a talented back in the 2015 NFL draft. Any RB added would compete with Robert Turbin and Christine Michael for the starting job in Lynch's absence.

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  Seahawks | Zach Miller recovering well    Fri Feb 20, 08:17 PM

Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller (ankles) is making good progress after two ankle surgeries, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Miller played in only three games last year, but he's expected to be ready for training camp. However, with a $4 million salary cap hit in 2015, Miller could be a cap casualty.

Footballguys view: Miller is a talented player, and the Seahawks showed more willingness to throw to the tight end last year. Keep an eye on his recovery.

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  Seahawks | Tharold Simon may need surgery    Fri Feb 20, 07:59 PM

Seattle Seahawks CB Tharold Simon (shoulder) may need surgery on his dislocated shoulder this offseason.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch expected to return?    Fri Feb 20, 07:31 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch is expected to return next season because of his close relationships with offensive line coach Tom Cable and running backs coach Sherman Smith, according to NFL Network analyst Michael Robinson. Robinson and Lynch are close friends.

Footballguys view: We'll see. It's hard to tell what is going on in Lynch's head, but it does make you feel as though all the retirement talk was more a ploy for more cash than anything else. We'll see how this plays out but even his return won't change the fact that they will need a replacement for him down the road. Could Christine Michael or Robert Turbin be the answer? Or will they start making arrangements by drafting a new face?

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  Seahawks | Kam Chancellor avoids surgery    Fri Feb 20, 04:43 PM

Seattle Seahawks SS Kam Chancellor (knee) will not need surgery on his injured knee, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

Footballguys view: Good news for the Seahawks although hopefully this injury won't occur again down the road because he didn't get surgery. We expect Chancellor to be ready to go by the start of the season though.

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  Seahawks | Seattle made offers to Marshawn Lynch    Fri Feb 20, 04:42 PM

Seattle Seahawks impending free-agent RB Marshawn Lynch has received some big offers from the Seahawks, and the team continues to work on signing him, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

Footballguys view: It's one more chapter to a very unusual story that is Lynch. He might really be thinking about retirement and at the end of the day even if he comes back, Seattle has to make sure they have another plan. Lynch seems to have no real idea what he's doing and we haven't seen enough of Christine Michael and Robert Turbin to know if they are reliable.

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  Seahawks | Zach Miller should be ready    Fri Feb 20, 03:41 PM

Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller (ankle) should be ready for the start of the regular season, according to head coach Pete Carroll. Miller is recovering from ankle surgery during the 2014 season.

Footballguys view: Miller is a decent tight end, but the Seahawks need an upgrade at all their pass-catching positions. Miller has shown some skills before but has never been a big part of the passing offense.

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  Seahawks | Jeremy Lane suffered torn ACL    Fri Feb 20, 12:38 PM

Seattle Seahawks CB Jeremy Lane (wrist, knee) suffered a compound fracture of his wrist and a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee during the Super Bowl.

Footballguys view: I may not have been doctor at the time of the Super Bowl but I did stay at a Holiday Inn Express the night before, so I was confident that this injury was bad when we saw it. We knew it would be a long journey to come back from the injury. As has been said before, for a corner to injure his arm is less serious than a leg injury, so we are optimistic.


  Seahawks | Earl Thomas expected to be ready    Thu Feb 19, 01:50 PM

Seattle Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (shoulder) has yet to have surgery on the torn labrum in his shoulder. General manager John Schneider said Thomas will be limited in training camp, but he expects him to be ready for the start of the 2015 season.

Footballguys view: They'll take it easy with him, but as long as he is ready by the season, the Seahawks shouldn't worry too much. Thomas remains one of the best at the position and should be when he comes back from the injury.

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  Seahawks | Jeremy Lane needs more surgery    Thu Feb 19, 01:49 PM

Seattle Seahawks CB Jeremy Lane (wrist, knee) had surgery to fix a compound fracture in his arm, but he'll also need surgery on his knee and might miss the start of the 2015 season, according to general manager John Schneider.

Footballguys view: That was a nasty injury but the upside is that it was his arm, not his leg, which would have been a much bigger injury to overcome. Lane was an OK player who made the biggest play of his life in the Super Bowl, picking off Tom Brady, followed by the biggest injury of his career. Hopefully he can come back, but it's important to recall that he was only a fringe player to begin with.

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  Seahawks | No timeline for Russell Wilson    Thu Feb 19, 12:59 PM

Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson does not have a timeline to get a new deal done, according to general manager John Schneider.

Footballguys view: He's in a good position to negotiate though one less interception and one more Super Bowl touchdown pass would have allowed him to write his own ticket. They'll want it done sooner than later as the team should want to know how much cap space they have to work with. Gone will be the cap-friendly rookie deal and on the table a much bigger contract. So the sooner they know, the sooner they can deal with any free agents they want to get or have to pay from their own team.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch retirement still possible    Thu Feb 19, 12:57 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch continues to ponder if he'll return for another season, and general manager John Schneider said he wouldn't be surprised if Lynch chose to retire. Schneider also said he's confident RBs Robert Turbin and Christine Michael could carry the load if Lynch doesn't return in 2015.

Footballguys view: Given how little Lynch likes the non-football trappings of his job, it wouldn't and shouldn't shock anyone if he walks away. He's made plenty of money, is in relative good health and won't have to deal with the media anymore. While we have thought Turbin/Michael could be a good alternative, we haven't seen enough to be sure. Don't be surprised if the Seahawks pick up a running back early in the draft, perhaps Melvin Gordon who would be a good fit replacing Lynch.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch's back still an issue    Fri Feb 13, 09:34 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch's back issues are chronic and could become worse if he continues to play, and his long-term health will be a factor in whether or not he decides to return in 2015, according to people familiar with the situation.

Footballguys view: There are plenty of reasons why Lynch is considering retirement. The Seahawks are trying to sign him to a new long-term deal, and this back problem certainly complicates things.

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  Seahawks | Paul Richardson could start on PUP list    Wed Feb 11, 04:22 PM

Seattle Seahawks WR Paul Richardson (knee) has a 50/50 chance of beginning next season on the Physically Unable to Perform list, according to general manager John Schneider. Richardson tore his anterior cruciate ligament in the divisional round of the playoffs.

Footballguys view: We love Richardson's upside, but yet another knee injury is not a good sign for his future. Richardson battled knee injuries during his college career at Colorado. At some point, these knee problems will steal away the speed and explosiveness that Richardson plays with. Dynasty owners need to know he could fail to play up to his potential if he struggles to stay healthy as a pro.

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  Seahawks | Rocky Seto promoted    Tue Feb 10, 07:04 PM

Seattle Seahawks defensive coach Rocky Seto has been promoted to assistant head coach/defensive coach.

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  Seahawks | Seahawks talking contract with Russell Wilson    Tue Feb 10, 04:48 PM

Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson and the club have started contract negotiations, according to general manager John Schneider.

Footballguys view: Wilson has been a fantastic addition for Seattle, and they need to show him the money. A new deal for Wilson will likely make him one of the highest paid players in the league, but Schneider said Wilson might be willing to take less in order to help the team keep some key players. Wilson is scheduled to make $837,000 in 2015 in the final year of his rookie deal.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch would not have same contract    Tue Feb 10, 03:21 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch will not be playing at his current salary if he returns in 2015, according to general manager John Schneider.

Footballguys view: If Lynch decides to keep playing, he'll likely get a bump in pay. It has already been reported that Lynch has been given an offer that would pay him at least $10 million next season.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch's status still uncertain    Tue Feb 10, 02:48 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch's availability for next season is still unknown, according to general manager John Schneider. 'Whether or not he wants to play next year, I can't answer that,' Schneider said. 'I don't know if he knows at this juncture.' Schneider added that if Lynch does return, they plan to re-do his contract.

Footballguys view: The two sides are hashing out a deal that could keep Lynch in Seattle until his playing days are done. It was previously reported that Lynch had been given an offer that would pay him at least $10 million in 2015.

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  Seahawks | Richard Sherman update    Tue Feb 10, 10:21 AM

Updating a previous report, Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman (elbow) was advised by Dr. James Andrews to let his elbow heal on its own. Andrews will evaluate Sherman again in a month to determine whether surgery will be required. 'He's not a pitcher, and he's not a left-hander. Sherm might not have to have that kind of surgery,' Andrews said. 'If he was a thrower he would.'

Footballguys view: Tommy John's surgery is not as devastating as it once was, but it's a good move to have Sherman let his elbow heal on its own. The Seahawks should take it easy on him as he recovers from this injury during the offseason.

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  Seahawks | Allen Bradford's contract expires    Mon Feb 9, 06:49 PM

Seattle Seahawks LB Allen Bradford's practice squad contract with the club expired Monday, Feb. 9.

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  Seahawks | Richard Sherman won't have surgery    Mon Feb 9, 05:46 PM

Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman (elbow) will not have surgery on his injured left elbow as of now, according to sources.

Footballguys view: Sherman dodges a bullet here. It was originally believed that Sherman could require Tommy John surgery. While that surgery is not as career-threatening as it once was, it's still a major surgery and now Sherman avoids it. The Seahawks will take it easy on him leading up to the start of the regular season.

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  Seahawks | Seven players signed    Mon Feb 9, 04:59 PM

The Seattle Seahawks signed free-agents QB R.J. Archer (Lions), OG C.J. Davis (Seahawks), LS Luke Ingram (Steelers), LB Brendan Kelly (Wisconsin), DL Will Pericak (Broncos), WR Kevin Smith (Seahawks) and C Jared Wheeler (Bills) Monday, Feb. 9.

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  Seahawks | Earl Thomas to undergo surgery    Thu Feb 5, 04:23 PM

Seattle Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (shoulder) will have surgery on his fully torn labrum, according to a source, but is expected to be 100% when training camp commences.

Footballguys view: Thomas showed a lot of toughness at the end of the season. He played with the torn labrum in both the Super Bowl and the NFC Championship game. Thomas will miss between six and eight months following surgery for his torn labrum.

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  Seahawks | Kam Chancellor has torn MCL    Thu Feb 5, 12:00 AM

Seattle Seahawks SS Kam Chancellor (knee) played Super Bowl XLIX against the New England Patriots with a torn medial collateral ligament in his knee, as well as a bone bruise.

Footballguys view: A knee injury is a concern for a player in the secondary, and we've seen what Darrelle Revis went through to come back from a devastating injury. But come back he did and return to his former form. We'll see how long it takes Chancellor to get back on top.

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  NFL | Small school sleeper RB going to the Scouting Combine    Wed Feb 4, 07:53 PM

Laura Sadler, from KTRE.com, reports Stephen F. Austin RB Gus Johnson has received an invitation to the 2015 Scouting Combine in Indianapolis later this month. "We're very proud of Gus and this invitation is very deserving," said head coach Clint Conque. "He had an incredible career here at SFA and a special season in 2014 in which he set multiple school and conference records."

Footballguys view: This is a fantastic RB class, and the depth at the position will likely push Johnson into the seventh round or undrafted ranks. At 5'10" 225 pounds, Johnson has the size to punish defenders. Johnson rushed for 1,683 yards and 23 touchdowns in 2014. The all-time rushing leader in Lumberjack history, Johnson finished his collegiate career with 3,907 yards and 52 touchdowns. A team like Seattle (who knows how to find RB talent) might have interest in this small-school sleeper.

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  Seahawks | 11 players signed to Futures deals    Wed Feb 4, 04:57 PM

The Seattle Seahawks signed TE Rashaun Allen, S Dion Bailey, RB Demitrius Bronson, OG Nate Isles, WR Douglas McNeil, OG Drew Nowak, OT Justin Renfrow, DE Ryan Robinson, DT Jimmy Staten, DE Julius Warmsley and LB Michael Zimmer to Reserve/Futures contracts Wednesday, Feb. 4.

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  Seahawks | Russell Wilson still supports last play call    Wed Feb 4, 03:41 PM

Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson still has no doubt in the last play call that turned into a game-clinching interception for the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX. 'The part I hate is that I have to wait seven months to play another game,' Wilson said. 'My focus is still on being a Super Bowl-type winning quarterback for this football team.'

Footballguys view: Wilson will always support the call, but in our eyes it was a huge mistake to give away a world championship like that. It's simple; run the ball, win another ring and go down as a modern-day dynasty with back-to-back titles.

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  Seahawks | Richard Sherman may not need surgery    Tue Feb 3, 04:29 PM

Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman (elbow) might not require Tommy John surgery on his injured elbow as originally believed, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

Footballguys view: Stay tuned here as things could go either way. Our very own Dr. Jene Bramel has this to say about the potential surgery. "This one is kind of weird. It's not something that gets repaired often in non-throwing athletes, so I'm wondering exactly what he's having done. If it's TJ, his recovery could stretch into camp. If not, he may be back much sooner. Either way, not going to affect his long term career I don't think. More to come on this one at some point this offseason I'd bet."

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch talks have been ongoing    Tue Feb 3, 03:46 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch and the team have reportedly been in the midst of negotiations on a new deal for several weeks now. It was previously reported that Lynch had been given an offer that would pay him at least $10 million in 2015.

Footballguys view: We'll see what the two sides can work out in the near future. After his strong performance in the Super Bowl, we can't imagine the Seahawks letting Lynch go.

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  Seahawks | Jeremy Lane update    Mon Feb 2, 02:48 PM

Updating a previous report, Seattle Seahawks CB Jeremy Lane (wrist) has a compound fracture with two broken wrist bones.

Footballguys view: With the size of the brace he was wearing on the way to the locker room, Lane's injury certainly looked severe. He is facing surgery at a later date.

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  Seahawks | Kam Chancellor could need surgery    Mon Feb 2, 02:30 PM

Seattle Seahawks SS Kam Chancellor (knee) could require surgery on his knee after injuring it during Super Bowl practice, according to head coach Pete Carroll.

Footballguys view: Chancellor was wearing a big brace during the Super Bowl, but he was still out there making plays. We'll know more about any possible surgery in the near future.

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  Seahawks | Jeremy Lane has broken arm    Mon Feb 2, 01:51 PM

Seattle Seahawks CB Jeremy Lane (arm) suffered a serious broken arm during the Super Bowl Sunday, Feb. 1, head coach Pete Carroll confirmed.

Footballguys view: Lane made an incredible play to intercept Tom Brady, then he was injured after the pick. We'll know more about the extent of the injury in the future.

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  Seahawks | Earl Thomas to seek second opinion    Mon Feb 2, 01:44 PM

Seattle Seahawks FS Earl Thomas (shoulder) will seek a second opinion on his injured shoulder but is expecting to require surgery.

Footballguys view: It's good that he's looking for a second opinion, but it's likely that Thomas will end up requiring surgery anyway.

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  Seahawks | Richard Sherman likely needs Tommy John surgery    Mon Feb 2, 09:16 AM

Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman (elbow) will likely have Tommy John surgery in his left elbow in the offseason.

Footballguys view: This procedure isn't as devastating as it used to be. In this type of surgery, Sherman will have his ulnar collateral ligament repaired with tendons from other parts of his body. Sherman played through this injury in the Super Bowl, and he only allowed one reception.

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  Seahawks | Chris Matthews a surprise factor    Sun Feb 1, 10:45 PM

Seattle Seahawks WR Chris Matthews had four catches for 109 yards and a touchdown in a 28-24 loss to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX Sunday, Feb. 1.

Footballguys view: Nobody, and I mean nobody saw this coming. The former CFL star had the first four catches of his career in the big game, and he made them count. His size makes him a great red-zone threat, and he did track the ball well on deep passes.

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  Seahawks | Marshawn Lynch solid in loss    Sun Feb 1, 10:39 PM

Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch rushed for 102 yards on 24 carries and a score in a 28-24 loss to the New England Patriots in Super Bowl XLIX Sunday, Feb. 1.

Footballguys view: Lynch was awesome all game long. It would be have been even better had he be given the shot to win the Super Bowl from the one-yard line. The decision to pass in that situation will haunt the Seahawks. Lynch has the ability to smash box no matter what defensive personnel he's facing.

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  Seahawks | Cliff Avril out for game    Sun Feb 1, 09:27 PM

Seattle Seahawks DE Cliff Avril (head) will not return to Super Bowl XLIX Sunday, Feb. 1, after being diagnosed with a concussion.

Footballguys view: Losing Avril was a blow to the Seahawks defense. Avril is one of their best pass-rushers, and they certainly missed him.

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