2020 Schedule

2020 Schedule
Russ to Dallas? Why Stephen A. says yes (2:37)
Orlovsky would consider firing Carroll to keep Russ (1:11)

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The Seahawks have added Carl Smith, Tracy Smith and DeShawn Shead to their coaching staff, sources confirm to ESPN. Shead, a Seahawks S/CB during the Legion of Boom era, will work with DBs. Carl Smith's role is not known. The long-time Pete Carroll assistant was previously Seattle's QB coach, now Austin Davis' role. Tracy Smith, Carl's son, was Houston's special teams coordinator the last two seasons. Seattle needs an assistant coordinator under Larry Izzo. The Athletic first reported the hires.

New Orleans mayor makes her pitch for Russ to join the Saints (0:46)
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Gordon joins Manziel in new league, owner says

The new Fan Controlled Football league, which began play this month, has added former NFL receiver Josh Gordon, who will play on a team with one of his former teammates on the Browns, Johnny Manziel, club owner Bob Menery told ESPN on Saturday.


NFL Live. Today we discuss the latest in the Russell Wilson saga, who is New England's QB next year and the perfect pick for the Bengals.

Today our crew breaks down the latest news across the league including the drama between Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks. Do the Patriots look to the draft for their next QB and which player at 5 does our crew think is the perfect fit for the Bengals. Plus despite Watson wanting to be traded their are reports the Texans are not taking any calls listen to our crews personal voicemails they would leave Houston to try to convince them to trade Watson.

Can Seahawks afford to trade Russell Wilson? (1:41)
Stephen A. reveals where he'd like to see Russell Wilson end up (1:36)
Who wins in a Dak Prescott-for-Russell Wilson trade? (0:57)

SportsCenter All Night: Wilson Wants to Stay...For Now

Russell Wilson is not requesting a trade, but he has a list of teams he'd want to go to if he does leave: Raiders, Saints, Cowboys, Bears. Arda Ocal discusses on SportsCenter All Night on ESPN Radio. Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon talk about Wilson's list on PTI. ESPN NFL Analysts Marcus Spears and Mina Kimes give their opinions on Chiney & Golic Jr and Spain & Fitz.


Chicago or Vegas?

Spain and Fitz get unrealistically excited about Russell Wilson naming their teams among the four he'd play for if a trade got made and lay out some Stump Speeches selling Russ on their cities. Unfortunately, Mina Kimes steps in to talk a little sense into them about Russ's future. They also talk about the Lakers' & Celtics' latest Ls, chat with Jesse Washington about The Undefeated: A Room of Our Own special and welcome Emily Kaplan in for an NHL edition of What'd I Miss?

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Agent: Wilson OK in Seattle, but has 4-team list

QB Russell Wilson has told the Seahawks that he wants to play in Seattle, but if a trade were considered, the only teams he'd go to are the Cowboys, Saints, Raiders and Bears, his agent told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

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The Seahawks have re-signed RB Alex Collins. A source tells ESPN that his deal is for one year and qualifies for the minimum-salary benefit, so it won't count much against the cap. Collins gave Seattle some nice production (two touchdowns, 4.3 YPC) in three games as a practice-squad call-up in 2020. He backed up Chris Carson and Carlos Hyde, who are both headed towards free agency. In addition to Collins, the other RBs Seattle has under contract are Rashaad Penny, DeeJay Dallas and Travis Homer.


Who will be QB1 in NOLA? Can Wentz turn it around in Indy?

On this edition of NFL Live, the crew dives into who the best player in the upcoming NFL draft is, shockingly no QB's were mentioned. Could we see a reunion with Cam Newton and the Patriots, we hear from Cam and his high praise for Bill Belichick. Plus who will be playing QB for the Saints next season?

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Wright: Do 'too much' to give Seahawks discount

As much as longtime Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright wants to finish his career with the team that drafted him, he doesn't want to do so on anything other than a market-value contract, he told CBS Sports Radio in an interview that aired Monday.

DK Metcalf throws down monster dunk (0:17)

Team Stats

Passing Yards246.316th
Rushing Yards123.212th
Points For28.68th
Points Against23.218th