As training camp kicks off in the Pacific Northwest, there will be plenty of storylines to follow. Matty F. Brown breaks down five that he'll be paying especially close attention to.
Now a lock to eventually be enshrined in Canton, Wagner once again topped 130 tackles and added another First-Team All-Pro selection to his resume in 2020. Set to begin his 10th season in Seattle, will he remain at the top of the NFL's linebacker hierarchy?
Rebounding nicely from a difficult season marred by injuries, a rejuvenated Brown turned in one of the best campaigns of his career protecting Russell Wilson's blind side in 2020. Set to turn 36 years old in August and seeking a new contract, will he continue to perform at an elite level in 2021?
Smith's status for the upcoming season remains up in the air with his arraignment for an alleged battery charge postponed until next month. But the veteran rusher is expected to be on the field when Seattle opens camp on Wednesday.
Taking Russell Wilson's public criticisms to heart, Seattle upgraded the interior of its offensive line by acquiring Gabe Jackson, giving the team one of the better guard tandems in the NFC. But will the decision not to make a significant change at center prove to be a mistake down the road?
Analyst Matty F. Brown checks out four plays from D'Wayne Eskridge's senior season at Western Michigan to provide a glimpse of the athletic traits and football skills he will bring to the Seahawks' offense.
After a quiet few weeks, the Seahawks are back to roster churning. On Monday, they added more receiving and special teams depth and worked out some potential competition for backup quarterback Geno Smith.
Though contract talks aren't accelerating as planned, the star safety is expected to report on time for Seattle's training camp as the two sides continue to work towards a record-breaking extension.
Though Lockett endured a bit of an up-and-down 2020 season for Seattle, his overall production was spectacular as he set a new franchise record for receptions. Could his statistics wind up being even better playing in Shane Waldron's offensive scheme?
If there's a major question mark on Seattle's defense heading into the 2021 season, the team has two starting spots open replacing Shaquill Griffin and Quinton Dunbar at cornerback. With camp set to open this week, which players are best-positioned to fill those roles?
Putting up 13.5 sacks in nine career games against the Seahawks, Chandler Jones has been a nightmare to face for quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle offensive line. But now, Jones may be attempting to work his way out of Arizona and the NFC West as a whole—a welcome sight for Wilson and his team.
One of the biggest storylines of the 2020 season and subsequent offseason, Adams is coming off a record-setting year with 9.5 sacks as a defensive back. Now, he's looking to break another record by securing the largest contract for a safety in NFL history.
D.J. Reed's breakout campaign in 2020 stretched beyond his impact on the defensive side of the ball. But now that he's set to be the top cornerback in a group that lacks certainty, should the Seahawks continue putting him at risk in the return game?
Back on a two-year deal, Chris Carson will return as Seattle's bell cow back. But behind him and Rashaad Penny, an intense battle awaits between a trio of players to earn the ever-so-important third down back role. Who holds the advantage heading into camp?
One of the most productive free safeties in the NFL over the past two seasons and coming off his first Pro Bowl selection, Diggs will be motivated to turn in another strong campaign patrolling center field for the Seahawks with free agency on the horizon.