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2017 Schedule
9-7, 2nd in NFC West

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The Seahawks have announced several more changes to their coaching staff, all but one of which had been reported. The previously unreported change is the addition of Steve Shimko as offensive assistant. The the two other additions: Jethro Franklin replaces Dwaine Board as assistant defensive line coach and Larry Izzo replaces Heath Farwell as assistant special teams coach (Farwell took a job with the Panthers). Seattle also moved Dave Canales to quarterbacks coach. He replaces Carl Smith, who will remain on staff as an associated head coach. Nate Carroll, Pete Carroll's son, takes over for Canales as receivers coach. He was previously the assistant receivers coach.

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As expected, the Seahawks will not receive any 2018 compensatory picks, the NFL announced Friday. That means they have either eight or nine selections depending on whether they recoup the seventh-round pick they sent to Kansas City as part of their conditional trade for offensive tackle Isaiah Battle, who was only on Seattle's active roster for part of last season.

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Brandon Drury is from Grants Pass, Oregon, and he grew up a Seahawks fan -- and also a Yankees fan (Derek Jeter was his favorite player). His family would drive up to Seattle -- six hours away -- in a motorhome and go to a Seahawks game every year. As it turns out, when Russell Wilson joins the Yankees on Monday, his locker will be right next to Drury's.

Wilson in New York ready for Yankees spring training (0:24)
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2dJerry Crasnick

Russell Wilson to be in Yankees camp Monday

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will be joining the Yankees in training camp Monday. A source told ESPN he will stay with the Yankees for six days.

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Tuesday marks the beginning of the two-week window in which teams can designate franchise (or transition) tag players, something the Seahawks haven't done since 2010 with kicker Olindo Mare. Sheldon Richardson is their only realistic candidate for the tag this year, though the cost may make that prohibitive. Losing Richardson in free agency would be a blow to a defensive line that may already be without a lot of firepower in 2018 with Cliff Avril and Malik McDowell both injured and Michael Bennett a candidate to be released. It's a matter of cost, though. The franchise tag for defensive tackles is projected at around $14.5 million. That would represent an increase of more than $6 million from what Richardson made in 2017, and it would eat up all of the cap space Seattle currently has available. Richardson had one sack and a handful of impact plays in 2017 as he adjusted to Seattle's 4-3 defense, something he admitted wasn't easy having played in a 3-4 his first four seasons. If the Seahawks end up tagging Richardson (or signing him to a long-term deal), this much will be clear: they expect greater production now that he has a full year in their defense under his belt.

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Seahawks right tackle Germain Ifedi was one of 32 NFL players to not miss a snap in 2017, according to ESPN's Rob Demovsky. Interestingly, three former Seahawks offensive linemen are on that list as well: Max Unger, Breno Giacomini and James Carpenter -- all of whom had varying degrees of injury issues with Seattle. Recall that Unger missed 13 games over his final two seasons in Seattle. It's believed that durability concerns were among the reasons the Seahawks were willing to send him to New Orleans in the Jimmy Graham trade. Unger has missed only one game in three seasons with New Orleans. Go figure.

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9dBill Barnwell

Barnwell: Offseason moves to improve every NFC team

Seattle has big decisions to make on the Legion of Boom. The Saints need to lock up Drew Brees. The Vikings need to sign a quarterback. Here are five offseason moves to improve all 16 NFC teams.

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The Salvation Army Northwest announced that it raised over $1,700 from an online auction for the autographed jersey that Seahawks cornerback Justin Coleman wore in the team's Christmas Eve win over the Cowboys. Coleman celebrated a pick-six in that game by leaping into a giant Salvation Army kettle, which drew a flag but not a fine from the NFL. The Salvation Army says the proceeds from the auction will benefit its programs and services in Seattle.

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A misdemeanor charge of marijuana possession against Seahawks quarterback Trevone Boykin has been dismissed, according to online court records and a Dallas County spokesperson. The charge stemmed from an arrest last March in Dallas following a car accident. Boykin was a passenger in a car that drove into a bar, injuring eight people, according to police. A motion to dismiss the marijuana charge read that Boykin "has completed all conditions in accordance with the terms of the conditional dismissal agreement." The 24-year-old Boykin backed up Russell Wilson as an undrafted rookie in 2016 and spent the 2017 season on Seattle's practice squad. He was signed to a futures contract after the season.

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In addition to strong safety Kam Chancellor, three other Seahawks will have either a portion of their 2018 base salary or the full amount become fully guaranteed today. They are: quarterback Russell Wilson ($4.9 million of $15.5 million), wide receiver Doug Baldwin ($4.5 million of $8.25 million) and center Justin Britt (all $2.75 million). None of those players are in any danger of being released, so it's merely a formality in each case.

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This is a significant day for Seahawks strong safety Kam Chancellor. If he remains on the roster through Friday, which is expected, his $6.8 million base salary for 2018 becomes fully guaranteed. Right now, it's only guaranteed for injury. Chancellor suffered a career-threatening neck injury in November. He's not expected to retire any time soon because that could mean forfeiting his 2018 and '19 salary guarantees, which total $12 million. Releasing him before his '18 salary becomes fully guaranteed could open the door for a grievance as he's currently injured. So it seems likely that Chancellor will remain with the Seahawks next season even if he's unable to play.

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15dBrady Henderson

CB Sherman, with no agent, expects to be back

Richard Sherman has no doubt in his mind that he will bounce back from his Achilles surgery and return to the Seahawks' secondary next season. Sherman, who revealed Thursday he no longer has an agent, is entering the final year of his current deal.

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Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman revealed that he's acting as his own agent when asked about his contract situation. He's entering the final year of his deal, which is when Seattle has tended to extend its core players. "I'm sure we'll have some communication," he said. "I'm representing myself. The whole agent thing is really overrated at this point." Sherman said he's been representing himself for a year or so. He was previously represented by Ben Dogra of CAA and then Relativity Sports.

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Asked if there's any doubt in his mind that he'll be back with the Seahawks next season, cornerback Richard Sherman said, "Not in my mind." Sherman is coming off a ruptured Achilles and entering the final year of his contract. He said his recovery from Achilles surgery is ahead of schedule and that he has an upcoming cleanup procedure on the same part of his other foot. Sherman also said he's now acting as his own agent.

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Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is out of the walking boot and off the knee scooter he was using following surgery to repair a ruptured right Achilles, an injury he suffered in November. Sherman was also scheduled to have a cleanup procedure after the season on the same part of his other foot. He's presenting John Clayton with the Keith Jackson Award at the 83rd Annual MTR Western Sports Star of the Year Awards in Seattle.

16dKevin Seifert

Ranking the top 50 potential NFL free agents in 2018

Kirk Cousins will be the rare high-level QB to hit the open market. Le'Veon Bell has said he's prepared to sit if he's hit with the franchise tag again. Jimmy Graham could be due for a change of scenery. Here are the best players with expiring contracts.

Team Stats

Passing Yards228.614th
Rushing Yards101.823rd
Points For22.911th
Points Against20.8Tied-13th