A Too-Early Look at Who the Seahawks Might Pick in First Two Rounds: Mock 1.0
This the time of year where we are mostly between big free agent signings and the National Football League draft. There are a million mock drafts on the interwebs. Some are Seattle Seahawks specific. All of them are completely meaningless and total guesses; let us be honest about that. Seattle has five
Seahawks sign LB Arthur Brown, visit with Ryan Clady | Seattle’s Sports Radio 950 KJR
Seahawks sign LB Arthur Brown, host LT Ryan Clady for visit.
Cleveland Browns: Trading for Richard Sherman would be too risky
The Cleveland Browns need secondary help and the Seattle Seahawks may be open to trading Richard Sherman. Should the Browns take the bait?
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