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10-5-1, 1st in NFC West

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The Seahawks got good news Friday as the NFL awarded them two third-round compensatory picks (Nos. 102 and 106 overall). Last offseason, the Seahawks lost starters Bruce Irvin, Russell Okung, Brandon Mebane and J.R. Sweezy in free agency. They signed journeymen offensive linemen J'Marcus Webb and Bradley Sowell. The two additional selections give Seattle five picks in the first 106 and three picks in the third round.

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7dPro Football Focus

Seahawks should sign Wagner

Tackle Rick Wagner would provide a needed boost to an offensive line that struggled throughout the 2016 season.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

During an interview with "Brock and Salk" on 710 ESPN Seattle, Sherman Smith made it clear that he was fired as the Seahawks running backs coach. It wasn't his decision to leave. "We went into the meeting, Pete [Carroll] just started talking about, he thought it was time about making a change," Smith said. "And it surprised me because I thought I would be the one more or less leading the conversation -- either saying I hadn't decided to retire yet or I'm going to coach another year. But I didn't think it would be him saying, ‘I want to make a change.' …I may not like it, but that's his decision, and I'm fine with it."

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Blair Walsh's contract with the Seahawks is one year, $1.1 million with no money guaranteed. It carries a base salary of $800,000, and an additional $300,000 is available in bonuses, depending on whether he makes the team and stays on the 53-man roster. Walsh will almost certainly be competing for the kicking job next summer.

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Seahawks receive no discipline in Sherman injury case (0:26)
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Sources: NFL warns Seahawks for injury report

The NFL determined that the Seahawks misinterpreted the rules when they didn't list Richard Sherman's knee injury on their injury report. The league decided to only issue a warning to the team.

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11dMike Sando

Continuity Rankings: Seahawks among least changed

The Seahawks have lost two defensive coordinators to head coaching jobs elsewhere over the last five seasons. Otherwise, not much has changed in the Emerald City since 2012.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

A league source has confirmed that the Seahawks have received only a warning for failing to disclose Richard Sherman's knee injury on the injury report in the second half of last season. ESPN's Chris Mortensen reported previously that the league was considering docking the Seahawks a second-round pick. Sherman did not miss a game in 2016, but Pete Carroll said after the season that he had been dealing with a "significant" knee injury.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks DE Cliff Avril announced on Instagram that he underwent surgery Tuesday with Dr. William C. Meyers in Philadelphia. Meyers has treated other Seahawks for core injuries like sports hernias. Avril started every game for the Seahawks last season, had 11.5 sacks and made his first Pro Bowl.

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Seahawks DE Bennett won't join NFL's Israel trip

Seahawks DE Michael Bennett has dropped out of an NFL trip to Israel, saying he is concerned that the Israeli-sponsored tour could be viewed as showing preference to Israel over Palestine.

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15dMatt Bowen

Prosise ready to make leap in 2017

Injuries prevented us from seeing much of what C.J. Prosise could do as a rookie. But it was enough to indicate he has the talent to turn more heads next season.

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John Clayton kicks off the NFL offseason

John Clayton returns with Inside the Huddle talking about the Super win with Mike Reiss, HOF with Ron Borges, Niners hires with Matt Maiocco and Seahawks with LB Bobby Wagner.

Team Stats

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