Seahawks could be fined by NFL for players' PED violations - NFL.com"There are financial consequences for a team that has multiple players suspended in a season under those policies," league spokesman Greg Aiello said regard...
Seahawks could be fined by NFL for players' PED violations - NFL.com"There are financial consequences for a team that has multiple players suspended in a season under those policies," league spokesman Greg Aiello said regarding the rule.
Percy Harvin playing up to the hypeIn his first practice with the Seahawks – even if it was only an OTA session – Percy Harvin displayed the explosive quickness and lightning speed that prompted the team to acquire him in a trade with the Vikings.
Seahawks' Cliff Avril dealing with foot injury - Blog - MyNorthwest.com"I don't think it's anything too serious," he told "Wyman, Mike and Moore" Monday afternoon. "It's a little plantar fascia. I did it a couple weeks ago. It's feeling a lot better right now and [I'm] just taking it day by day."
DE Cliff Avril sits with foot issue | Seahawks Insider - The News TribuneThe Seattle Seahawks’ options at Leo defensive end are drying up pretty fast. The team’s leading sack guy the past three seasons, Chris Clemons, was not in attendance at Seattle’s first OTA because he’s back in Georgia rehabbing from ACL knee surgery.
Off-field issues in focus as OTA's begin for Seahawks - May 20, 2013 | Seattle Seahawks - Seattle's live and local sports stationThough Monday was the first chance for the entire Seattle Seahawks roster to be on the field together, off-field issues overshadowed the first Organized Team Activity of the offseason.
Seahawks try to stem the tide of perception regarding substance abuse suspensions | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo! SportsSeattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll may have been happy to have most of his players back on the field for the start of the team's 2013 series of voluntary OTAs, but that was not the first thing on his mind on Monday. Nor should it have been. Instead, when Carroll addressed the media after a spirited two-hour non-contact practice, his thoughts went immediately -- and comprehensively to the fact that six different Seahawks players have been suspended for violations of the NFL's substance abuse policies since 2010, and to the increasing perception that Carroll is leading a team that can't get out of its own way. Carroll was forced to address the situation this time because defensive end Bruce Irvin, the team's first-round pick in 2012, was recently suspended for the first four games of the 2013 season for reported Adderall use.
Christine Michael, Seattle Seahawks strike contract - NFL.comThe Seattle Seahawks have signed second-round pick Christine Michael to a four-year contract. The rookie running back is expected to challenge for snaps behind Marshawn Lynch.
Carroll responds to PED issues " Seahawks Draft BlogPete Carroll finally addressed the PED issues today in light of Bruce Irvin’s four-game suspension. He claimed the Seahawks go beyond what the league insists to keep the players on track, to understand their responsibilities. Carroll voiced disappointment and admitted it was serious, but there was no anger in his words. He was philosophical. More like a let-down father than a boss reaching tipping point.
Seahawks.com Blog | Monday in Hawkville: Russell Wilson picks up far beyond where he left offA recap of the activities at Virginia Mason Athletic Center for May 20, as the Seahawks kicked off the OTA portion of their offseason program:
Irvin present, Lynch absent as Seahawks begin OTAs - Blog - MyNorthwest.comA few notes after the Seahawks held their first organized team activity (OTA) on a sunny Monday afternoon at the team's headquarters:
Cold Hard Facts - Podcasts - MyNorthwest.comJohn Clayton says free-agent defensive end John Abraham is, however unlikely, an option for the Seahawks in light of Bruce Irvin's suspension (4:05). Clayton also talks about defensive end Cliff Avril's foot injury (7:04), the approach head coach Pete Carroll took in discussing Irvin's suspension (0:30), quarterback Josh Portis' arrest