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2017 Schedule
10-5-1, 1st in NFC West
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Why Derek Carr got the big bucks

Since Carr entered the league, only Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady and Russell Wilson have been better at producing touchdowns and avoiding interceptions. Each has been paid handsomely in that time frame, while Carr was still on his rookie contract.

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6dField Yates

Ranking NFL's best one-year flier deals

Eddie Lacy should be motivated to succeed, with a second chance to play his way into a lucrative contract -- something typically tough for running backs to secure.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Austin Davis will receive a $30,000 bonus if he is on the Seahawks' roster for the first game of the regular season, per a league source. His one-year deal is worth $855,000 with $50,000 guaranteed in the form of a signing bonus. It's a minimum salary benefit deal, meaning the cap charge for 2017 is $695,000. Davis and Trevone Boykin will compete this summer to be Russell Wilson's backup.

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7dMechelle Voepel

Seattle sports join for LGBTQ equality rally

Representatives of the Seahawks, Mariners, Sounders, Storm and Reign gathered in downtown Seattle on Tuesday for a news conference supporting inclusivity for the LGBTQ community.

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Seahawks' D remains a brotherhood (1:11)
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7dAaron Schatz, Football Outsiders

Best defenses since 1987: 2013 Seahawks

The 2013 Seahawks defense dominated all season, allowing a league-low 4.42 yards per play, but its success in the playoffs was particularly impressive.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

When Pete Carroll was asked to highlight positives after the Seahawks wrapped up their three-day minicamp, the first name he mentioned was tight end Jimmy Graham. Last year at this time, Graham was recovering from a ruptured patellar tendon injury, but he still had 923 receiving yards in 2016, third-best among tight end. This summer, look for the Seahawks to focus on figuring out how to get more production from Graham in the red zone, where he only had six catches last year.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Pete Carroll: Everyone should now know where the Seahawks stand with Richard Sherman.

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12dSheil Kapadia

Bennett: No Kap deal reflects NFL racial divide

Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett says Colin Kaepernick's inability to latch on with an NFL team demonstrates the divide between black players and the fans who follow the sport.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

The biggest news to come out of the second day of Seahawks minicamp was that Richard Sherman offered a quasi-apology for his sideline blowups last year. "I might have gone over the top," he said. Last year, Sherman refused to take responsibility for his actions. Pete Carroll and company have to hope this is part of a new approach for the cornerback in 2017.

Sheil Kapadia ESPN Writer 

Seahawks DE Michael Bennett again voiced support for Colin Kaepernick, saying the quarterback is without a team because "race and politics in sports is something people don't want to hear about."

Team Stats

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

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