Braylon Edwards makes Seattle Seahawks' roster
Braylon Edwards is back in the NFL -- and to stay. He made the Seattle Seahawks' roster and might wind up starting for the team and its rookie quarterback, Russell Wilson.
Braylon Edwards gets Seattle Seahawks workout
Former first-round draft pick-turned-castoff Braylon Edwards is working out for the Seattle Seahawks, who need a big, veteran receiver to fill the spot vacated by recently cut Mike Williams.
Mike Williams released by the Seattle Seahawks
Mike Williams is again a man without a team. The No. 10 overall pick in 2005 was released by the Seahawks on Friday, just one season after signing a three-year extension.
Mike Williams on Seattle Seahawks' roster bubble?
Pete Carroll brought Mike Williams' career back to life in Seattle, but injuries derailed the wide receiver last season. Now he's just fighting for a roster spot with the Seahawks.
Winslow move shows Seahawks embrace competition
Pete Carroll likes to use the phrase "always compete" whenever possible. By acquiring tight end Kellen Winslow, the Seattle Seahawks coach is staying true to his mantra.
Top Shrine prospects eye spots in draft's second, third rounds
Several players went into East-West Shrine Game week with plenty to prove. Who stood out? Chad Reuter breaks down the 2012 NFL Draft prospects who helped themselves the most.
Rice agrees to five-year, $41 million deal to join Seahawks
Pete Carroll finally got the big-play wide receiver he's been looking for since he arrived to coach the Seattle Seahawks in 2010, landing Sidney Rice with a five-year deal.
Nevermind the future, Seahawks need Whitehurst here and now
The jury is still out on whether Charlie Whitehurst will develop into the Seahawks' franchise quarterback of the future, but he could be the one that leads them to an unlikely division title.
Rodgers, Packers should feast indoors against Falcons
Scott Engel of RotoExperts.com previews all the Week 12 matchups from a fantasy perspective.