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2017 Schedule
10-5-1, 1st in NFC West
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Does Seahawks D resent Russell Wilson? (1:43)
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3hSeth Wickersham

Richard Sherman won't let go, and it's a problem

The exclusive account of how this offseason of discontent in Seattle traces to the Super Bowl That Got Away and the rift it created between Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson and Pete Carroll.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

In addition to Colin Kaepernick, the Seahawks also got a visit from QB Austin Davis Wednesday, per a league source. Davis spent time last season with the Denver Broncos. He hasn't played in a game since 2015 when he made two starts for the Cleveland Browns. Davis has thrown 13 touchdowns and 12 interceptions in 13 career games (10 starts).

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Free-agent QB Colin Kaepernick met with the Seahawks on Wednesday. Kaepernick's former NFC West nemesis is reportedly considering options for a backup signal-caller.

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Yates expecting Lacy, Phillips to have big impacts in NFC West (1:56)

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Back in March, Pete Carroll talked about Colin Kaepernick's effectiveness as a quarterback. "We've really seen him at his best, and we've seen him be a very difficult factor to deal with. The last couple of years, the offense has been changing, and they've had new coaches and all kinds of stuff. I don't think he's found that level that he found when he was with Jim [Harbaugh] that they were really on it. But it's there to be had, and I think he's a difficult guy to play against. We've always found that. We've given respect to that whenever we've had to play them."

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Kaepernick had support among Seahawks players (1:34)
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Would Kaepernick be a good fit for Seahawks? (1:33)

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Quarterback Colin Kaepernick is visiting with the Seattle Seahawks today, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. Pete Carroll said last week that the team was exploring the idea of adding Kaepernick. The Seahawks need a backup to Russell Wilson, and signing Kaepernick would make sense. Carroll values ball security and wants a backup with mobility. Kaepernick has the second-lowest interception rate in the history of the NFL and would be able to execute the read option and bootlegs that are a part of the Seahawks' offense. NFL Network first reported the visit.

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2dDavid Purdum

Vegas likes Seahawks in NFC West again

Seattle won the division going away last season. The Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook sees similar divisional dominance by the Seahawks in 2017.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The Seahawks released a statement on Cortez Kennedy's death, which read in part: "Cortez Kennedy has been a pillar of the Seahawks franchise since joining the team as a rookie in 1990. Tez was the heart and soul of the Seahawks through the 1990s and endeared himself to 12s all across the Pacific Northwest as a player who played with a selfless and relentless approach to the game."

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2dSheil Kapadia

Seahawks' best acquisition: Eddie Lacy

Lacy has the bruising style Pete Carroll likes -- he's averaged 2.5 yards after contact since entering the NFL, sixth-best among running backs.

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Hall of Famer Kennedy dead at 48 (2:21)

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks legend Cortez Kennedy has died at the age of 48, according to the Orlando Police Department. Kennedy is on the short list of Seahawks all-time greats. Drafted third overall in 1990 out of Miami, he entered the league with great expectations and lived up to them. Kennedy was an eight-time Pro Bowler and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2012. He started 153 games, had 58 sacks and was one of the best defensive tackles of his era.

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Stephen A. sends message to Bennett (3:20)

Team Stats

Passing Yards257.810th
Rushing Yards99.425th
Points For22.0Tied-18th
Points Against18.33rd

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