Category Archives: Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks GM: No surgery in ’13 for Michael Bennett

Schneider told KJR-AM’s Mitch Levy on Tuesday thatBennett will play with the injury this season, just as he did last year with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

“It’s not a situation,” Schneider said. “Our medical staff felt comfortable with it, especially on a one-year deal.”

While several teams reportedly were interested in Bennett this offseason, the Seahawks were able to get him on a one-year, $5 million contract for what was perceived to be way below his market value. We found out a few days later that the bargain had a price — Bennett’s injured shoulder.

Vikings agree to trade Percy Harvin to Seahawks

Minnesota Vikings had fixed and decided to sale the Percy Harvin.

Confirmed from the Fox Sports inside and Jay Glazer of NFL Netword contributor that Vikings have agreed to a trade that will send Harvin to the Seattle Seahawks for a trio of draft picks. Once Harvin passes a physical, the Vikings will receive the Seahawks’ first-round (No. 25 overall) and seventh-round selections in 2013, along with a mid-round pick in 2014.

A three year contract for Darren Fells

In a newest signing of deal, Seattle Seahawks have signed former professional basketball player Darren Fells to a three-year contract. Fells known to be a 6’7 with 280 pound. He was slated to have a pro day but he impressed people within Seahawks.

Atlanta Falcons try to end playoff woes against red-hot Seattle Seahawks

It’s 2010 all over again for the Atlanta Falcons.

Just like two seasons back, the Falcons finished 13-3 in the regular season. Once again, they have the top seed and home-field advantage in the NFC playoffs.

This time, they vow they’re mature enough to make the most of the opportunity.

The Falcons will try to end their recent trend of first-game postseason exits Sunday when they play the streaking Seattle Seahawks in the divisional playoffs. The Falcons had a first-round bye last weekend while rookie quarterback Russell Wilson led Seattle to a 24-14 comeback win at the Washington Redskins.

The Seahawks (12-5) bring a six-game winning streak to Atlanta.

Atlanta had never managed back-to-back winning seasons before a new era began in 2008 with general manager Thomas Dimitroff, coach Mike Smith and quarterback Matt Ryan. The Falcons have five straight winning records and four playoff seasons, including three straight.