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Terrelle Pryor - QB Posted 4/22/14 3:39pm et
QB Terrelle Pryor acquired by the Seattle Seahawks in a trade with the Oakland Raiders on Monday, April 21, in exchange for a 2014 seventh-round draft pick, will compete with QBs Tarvaris Jackson and B.J. Daniels for the backup job to Russell Wilson. Pryor is scheduled to make $705,000 this year.
Huddle Up: Jackson is the more polished passer and has had 2 seasons in Pete Carroll's system, but Pryor is a bit underrated, especially considering that he only has 10 career starts. Pryor also is the better runner, having finished second to cam Newton in 2013 with 576 ground yards.

Sidney Rice - WR Posted 4/14/14 11:12pm et
Free-agent WR Sidney Rice (knee) has been cleared to participate in football activities by Dr. James Andrews, according to a source. The Seattle Seahawks, New York Giants, New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers are believed to have some interest in Rice.
Huddle Up: Rice is among a handful of solid veteran wideouts still looking for a team this offseason. Now that he's healthy, he can start demonstrating his wares and land a club before offseason workouts ramp up.

Zach Miller - TE Posted 3/16/14 3:50pm et
Seattle Seahawks TE Zach Miller has agreed to restructure his contract and will remain with the team for the next two seasons.
Huddle Up: Miller will be back for at least a fourth season in Seattle after averaging 32 catches, 339 yards and 3 TDs in his first 3 years. However, fellow TEs Luke Willson and Anthony McCoy will cut into his targets.

Michael Bennett - DE Posted 3/6/14 10:47pm et
The Seattle Seahawks will not be re-signing impending free-agent DE Michael Bennett before free agency opens Tuesday, March 11, according to a source.
Huddle Up: Bad news for the 'Hawks as the 28-year-old Bennett will be one of the hottest commodities on the open market following his career season (42 total tackles, 4 forced fumbles, 8.5 sacks)while playing both inside and outside on the D-line this past season.

Brandon Browner - CB Posted 3/5/14 12:02pm et
Free-agent CB Brandon Browner is likely to be suspended for some length to begin the 2014 season, as part of his reinstatement deal.
Huddle Up: Browner has missed a significant chunk of time due to multiple suspensions, and once he finds a team he'll likely miss a few more before returning to NFL action.

Brandon Browner - CB Posted 3/4/14 10:50pm et
Seattle Seahawks unrestricted free-agent CB Brandon Browner announced Tuesday, March 4, that he has been reinstated into the league after his suspension.
Huddle Up: Browner's "indefinite" suspension turned to cost him 2 regular- season contests and 3 postseason games, but he figures to resume his career in another uniform after the Seahawk D proved to be quite all right without him.

Sidney Rice - WR Posted 2/28/14 6:17pm et
The Seattle Seahawks officially released WR Sidney Rice and DE Red Bryant Friday, Feb. 28.
Huddle Up: Rice barely made a blip this season, missing much of the year with an injury. Bryant was a mainstay along the defensive line, though his role diminished somewhat this season. The move will save Seattle about $12 million in cap space.

Marshawn Lynch - RB Posted 2/20/14 5:04pm et
Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch pleaded guilty to a lesser charge of reckless driving Thursday, Feb. 20, which will end his pending DUI case. He'll receive two years probation as part of the plea bargain, along with a fine determined by the judge.
Huddle Up: We'll see if the reduced charge is enough for Lynch to avoid NFL sanctions, although the RB has built a history of infractions.

Golden Tate - WR Posted 2/11/14 5:20pm et
The New York Jets could pursue Seattle Seahawks impending free-agent WR Golden Tate this offseason, because general manager John Idzik is familiar with Tate from his time with the Seahawks.
Huddle Up: The Jets are searching far and wide for offensive playmaker help, and Tate will be an option if his pricetag falls out of the Seahawks' range. Fellow Seattle WR Sidney Rice could also be an option.

Sidney Rice - WR Posted 2/4/14 11:52pm et
The Seattle Seahawks likely will release WR Sidney Rice this offseason in order to create $7.3 million in salary cap space.
Huddle Up: With a (hopefully) healthy Percy Harvin and the emergence of Doug Baldwin, Golden Tate and Jermaine Kearse, the Seahawks simply don't have a need for Rice.

Zach Miller - TE Posted 2/3/14 8:17pm et
The Seattle Seahawks may consider releasing TE Zach Miller this offseason unless he accepts a substantial pay cut. He is scheduled to make a $4.8 million base salary in 2014 and count $7 million against the salary cap. He is also scheduled to receive a $1 million roster bonus in March.
Huddle Up: The Seahawks will have to make some tough decisions in the offseason; in the salary cap era, you simply can't bring everyone back. Miller's price tag, coupled with the availability of Luke Willson, might push Miller down the priority list and lead to his release.

Sidney Rice - WR Posted 2/3/14 8:17pm et
The Seattle Seahawks may consider releasing WR Sidney Rice this offseason unless he accepts a substantial pay cut. He is scheduled to make an $8.5 million base salary in 2014 and count $9.7 million against the salary cap.
Huddle Up: Seattle managed just fine with Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse, and in theory they'll have more games of Percy Harvin next season as well. That makes Rice an expensive luxury, one the Seahawks may opt not to bring back.

Richard Sherman - CB Posted 2/2/14 11:30pm et
Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman said he suffered a high ankle sprain during Super Bowl XLVIII.
Huddle Up: After a 2-week run in the national spotlight, the loquacious Sherman left the game for good early in the fourth quarter after playing a limited role (3 total tackles, 1 pass defensed) in Seattle's dominating defensive effort.

Malcolm Smith - LB Posted 2/2/14 11:30pm et
Seattle Seahawks LB Malcolm Smith has been named the Most Valuable Player for Super Bowl XLVIII. He returned an interception for a touchdown, recovered a fumble and recorded 10 tackles during the game.
Huddle Up: A 7th-round pick in 2011, Smith is another one of the young and inexpensive up-and-comers on the talented Seahawks' defense. There's almost too many, though, amounting to IDP cannibalism.

Golden Tate - WR Posted 2/2/14 11:30pm et
The Seattle Seahawks will try to re-sign impending free-agent WR Golden Tate if they have enough money to spend this offseason.
Huddle Up: Tate had a career-high 64 receptions for 898 yards and 5 TDs in leading the Seahawks, but Seattle most certainly isn't going to overpay for Tate given the other similarly talented wideouts on the roster.

Marshawn Lynch - RB Posted 1/29/14 1:37pm et
The Pro Football Writers of America issued a statement that they were disappointed with Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch's conduct during media day at the Super Bowl. Lynch left his designated area after only six minutes, hide off to the side and eventually cursed in a live interview with NFL Network's Deion Sanders.
Huddle Up: Evidently there weren't enough Skittles available, or maybe Lynch figured Richard Sherman did enough talking for all the Seahawks. The league might get around to disciplining Lynch eventually--perhaps right after they discipline him from his years-old DUI that has yet to make it to trial.

Percy Harvin - WR Posted 1/28/14 3:10am et
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Monday, Jan. 27, that WR Percy Harvin (concussion) had another good day during the team's walkthrough, and he is on course to play and be a full-go in Super Bowl XLVIII against the Denver Broncos Sunday, Feb. 2.
Huddle Up: A healthy Harvin gives the Seattle passing game another element, one certainly more dynamic than Russell Wilson's current crop of receivers.

Percy Harvin - WR Posted 1/28/14 2:20pm et
Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin is fine after dealing with a concussion, and is going to be used all over the field in the Super Bowl.
Huddle Up: It's taken until the final game of the season, but it looks like we might finally a healthy dose of Harvin, who likely will return kicks, catch passes and even take a few handoffs on rushing plays.

Marshawn Lynch - RB Posted 1/28/14 11:37pm et
Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch will not be fined for only speaking to the media for 6 minutes during Super Bowl media day.
Huddle Up: If Lynch can grind out a 100-yard game Sunday on the Super stage, they won't mind if he never says another word to the media again.

Richard Sherman - CB Posted 1/28/14 11:37pm et
Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman confirmed that he will play the left side in Super Bowl XLVIII against the Denver Broncos and won't shadow Broncos WR Demaryius Thomas. Sherman said they don't plan to add any new schemes to deal with QB Peyton Manning. 'We don't vary or disguise coverage on anybody,' Sherman said. 'We play a pretty simple defense, for the most part you know what we are going to do every play. And you got to line up and play it, and I think that is how we have been all season. This is the last game of the season, there is no time to change it now. No new wrinkles for us.'
Huddle Up: It's hard to imagine the Hawks won't at least have a few new looks for Manning, who has made a career out of carving up defenses that he has a good read on. A worldwide audience will find out late Sunday afternoon.

Percy Harvin - WR Posted 1/23/14 1:46pm et
Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin (concussion) still must be cleared to play in Super Bowl XLVIII, but head coach Pete Carroll is optimistic and said that Harvin 'should be fine' against the Denver Broncos. He practiced in full Wednesday, Jan. 22.
Huddle Up: Harvin will have had 3 weeks to recover by the time Super Sunday rolls around, and his presence will be a major wild card for the Broncos' D and special teams to deal with as Harvin simply hasn't played enough this season for the opposition to get a game-plan gauge on him.

Percy Harvin - WR Posted 1/23/14 11:54pm et
Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin has passed his concussion tests and has been cleared to play in Super Bowl XLVIII.
Huddle Up: As expected, Harvin has received the green light, and now it's the Broncos' concern on what to expect from the multi-talented wideout, who has had only 6 total touches (4 receptions, 1 rush, 1 kickoff return) in 2 games with the 'Hawks this season.

Doug Baldwin - WR Posted 1/23/14 11:54pm et
Seattle Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin (hip) did not practice Thursday, Jan. 23.
Huddle Up: Baldwin, who was second on the squad with 50 catches for 778 yards and 5 TDs during the regular season, got dinged up in the NFC Championship Game but he doesn't seem to be in any real danger of missing the Super Bowl. Still, continue to monitor the situation.

Richard Sherman - CB Posted 1/19/14 1:43pm et
Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman will likely guard the top receiver the San Francisco 49ers have on the field at any time. When 49ers WR Anquan Boldin gained 207 yards on 13 catches in game one, the team stuck Sherman on Boldin 75 percent of the time during the Seahawks and 49ers' first meeting. Boldin had one catch for seven yards.
Huddle Up: Sherman might be the league's best CB -- he'll at least be sure to tell you as much -- but the the Niners bring a bigger challenge to table today with WR Michael Crabtree in the lineup. Crabtree missed the teams' Week 2 meeting and was just getting re-acclimated to playing when Seattle visited in Week 14.

Russell Wilson - QB Posted 1/19/14 11:11pm et
Seattle Seahawks QB Russell Wilson completed 16-of-25 passes for 215 yards, a TD and no interceptions in a 23-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday, Jan. 19 in the NFC Championship Game.
Huddle Up: The passing game was a concern for the Seahawks entering the contest, but while the stats weren't scintillating by fantasy standards, Wilson overcame a first-drive fumble, rallied the Seahawks from 10-0 and 17-10 deficits and topped 200 passing yards for the first time since Week 15. He now has now has 4 TDs and only one interception in 4 career postseason games.

Percy Harvin - WR Posted 1/16/14 6:09pm et
Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin (concussion) is not participating in practice Thursday, Jan. 16.
Huddle Up: Harvin is making his way through the league's concussion protocol, and he has to be considered a longshot to play Sunday at this point.

Marshawn Lynch - RB Posted 1/16/14 10:38pm et
Seattle Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch (non-injury) fully participated in practice Thursday, Jan. 16.
Huddle Up: Lynch, who is on an NFC title game collision course with the Niners' D, has 3 100-yard games and 5 rushing TDs in 5 career playoff games with the 'Hawks.

Percy Harvin - WR Posted 1/14/14 1:23pm et
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said Monday, Jan. 13, that WR Percy Harvin (concussion, hip) made it through the NFC Divisional game against the New Orleans Saints fine, as far as his hip is concerned. 'Way ahead of the game on that,' Carroll said. The concussion Harvin suffered during the game is the issue now.
Huddle Up: As if Harvin needed more hurdles to clear, now comes the concussion protocol this week and there will be no shortcuts permitted with the league monitoring these situations closer than ever.

Percy Harvin - WR Posted 1/12/14 12:35pm et
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said WR Percy Harvin will have to go through the concussion protocol before being cleared to play further in the postseason.
Huddle Up: It was a rough return for Harvin,who was involved early (3-21 receiving, 1-9 rushing) in Saturday's divisional-round win over the New Orleans Saints before leaving with a concussion. Going forward, you know the drill as the WR will have clear the league-mandated hurdles.

Percy Harvin - WR Posted 1/9/14 12:48pm et
Seattle Seahawks WR Percy Harvin (hip) practiced in full Wednesday, Jan. 8, increasing the chances that he'll play in the divisional round against the New Orleans Saints this weekend. It's the first time he's been a full participant in practice this year.
Huddle Up: Keep tabs on how Harvin follows up on Thursday and Friday, but at this point, expect him to at least have a limited kick return/wide receiver role Saturday against the Saints.

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