The Super Bowl-winning Seattle Seahawks received a rousing welcome Wednesday at the White House during a historic visit with the president.
Seattle's rookie class got indoctrinated into the Seahawks' style and Pete Carroll's approach.
All-America defensive end Jackson Jeffcoat from Texas and former Washington quarterback Keith Price were among nine undrafted rookies to agree to free-agent deals with the Seattle Seahawks.
Seattle Seahawks left tackle Russell Okung underwent offseason surgery on his left foot, but coach Pete Carroll expects him to be healthy by the start of training camp.
Once again, Seattle general manager John Schneider was able to keep secret the Seahawks' targets in the NFL draft.
The Seattle Seahawks addressed their need to add depth to the offensive line by drafting Missouri tackle Justin Britt with the final pick in the second round of the NFL draft.
After twice trading down, the Seattle Seahawks picked Colorado wide receiver Paul Richardson with the No. 45 overall pick in the second round of the NFL draft.
Seattle Seahawks star cornerback Richard Sherman has signed a contract extension to keep him in Seattle beyond next year.
Once the final picks of the NFL draft are made, Pete Carroll starts grabbing phones.
Seattle Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor has undergone hip surgery.
John Schneider understands the entertainment and excitement when it comes to the first round of the NFL draft.
Calls to a 911 dispatcher have been released in the investigation involving three NFL players, including San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, and a woman's claims she passed out in a hotel room and awoke in a hospital not knowing how she got there.
Linebacker O'Brien Schofield and cornerback A.J. Jefferson have both agreed to terms to join the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks.
The San Francisco 49ers have exercised their 2015 contract option for linebacker Aldon Smith, making the decision despite the star defender's legal trouble that included an arrest at Los Angeles International Airport just more than two weeks ago.
The Seattle Seahawks have announced their four-year extension with All-Pro free safety Earl Thomas, making him the highest-paid safety in the NFL.