Hawks sign DT A.J. Francis, waive David King

The Seahawks added to their rotation along the defensive line Monday, signing former University of Maryland defensive tackle A.J. Francis. The 6-5, 330 pounder has the girth and strength to help inside and at the five-technique defensive end role.
November 16, 2015

Carroll gushes about Rawls

Below are five quick takeaways from Pete Carroll's Monday Press Conference at the VMAC.
September 29, 2015

ALERT: Bucs Sign DT Tony McDaniel

The Buccaneers stack up at a position of strength by signing former Seahawks DT Tony McDaniel. We discuss his signing and the rotation at defensive tackle in this video.
August 10, 2015

Former Seahawk DT Tony McDaniel a CLE fit?

The Cleveland Browns are always looking to upgrade their roster, especially since Ray Farmer took over. Only 22 players are left from the roster he took over after the 2013 season. Could recently cut Seattle Seahawks DT Tony McDaniel be of interest to the team?
August 2, 2015

Seahawks Release McDaniel, Trade for Seisay

After signing Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner to two of the biggest deals in franchise history, there was no hint of letting up Sunday as the Seahawks released veteran defensive lineman Tony McDaniel, traded a sixth round pick to the Detroit Lions for cornerback Mohammed Seisay and conducted their first practice in shoulder pads of training camp.
August 2, 2015

Weekly Mailbag -- Most Underrated Seahawks?

SeahawkFootball.com's Rob Rang answers your questions each week. Among this week's topics: Who are the Seahawks most underrated players? Which would players have scouts and coaches called "potential Pro Bowlers?" Is San Francisco imploding or is this a "trap game" for the Seahawks? All of this and more.
December 10, 2014

Housecleaning Continues for Jaguars

The Jaguars continued their offseason gutting of their roster Thursday as they dealt fourth-year defensive tackle Tony McDaniel to the Miami Dolphins for a seventh-round draft pick.
March 20, 2009

Jaguars Report Card - DT

JagNation is going to look at the Jaguars, position by position, and give our final evaluation of what happened during the 2008 season. We're going to move to the defensive tackle position next.
January 31, 2009