News & Notes: Sims Out the Door?

It appears the Seattle Seahawks soon will be parting ways with offensive guard Rob Sims. A restricted free agent, Sims reportedly signed his $1.176 million, fourth-round tender with the hopes of accelerating a potential trade.
April 2, 2010

Are Seahawks the Only Bidders for Marshall?

With this year's draft fast approaching, it is becoming more apparent that the Seattle Seahawks are the only team clearly interested in securing the services of Denver Broncos restricted free agent Brandon Marshall.
March 26, 2010

Seahawks Respond to Mora's "Analysis"

An offensive-line coach in the National Football League for over 30 seasons, Mike Solari is experiencing a rough patch in his second year serving in the same position for the Seattle Seahawks. His team's head coach, Jim Mora, basically blamed Seattle's failings on offense on the struggles and the lack of cohesion of the offensive line.
December 18, 2009

Seahawks Making Adjustments on Offense

The Seahawks offense hasn't exactly been firing on all cylinders so far this season. Seattle ranks 22nd in total offense, averaging just 310 yards per contest. The Seahawks finished 0-for-11 on third-down conversions against Arizona last week, and six of the team's nine drives were three-and-outs.
October 23, 2009

Seahawks Looking for Silver Linings

After suffering through another injury plagued start to the season, Seahawks head coach Jim Mora finally received some good news this week. Starting quarterback Matt Hasselbeck is scheduled to practice on Wednesday, with the hope of starting on Sunday against Jacksonville.
October 6, 2009

GameScout: Seahawks at Colts

The Seahawks expect QB Seneca Wallace to start in place of Matt Hasselbeck (fractured rib) for a second consecutive week. Wallace brings mobility, but he lacks accuracy and was skittish in the pocket as the offensive line was under constant duress last Sunday.
October 2, 2009

Mora Backs Off, Mare Stays Put

A day after calling out veteran kicker Olindo Mare for missing two field goals in the team's 25-19 loss to Chicago, Seattle Seahawks head coach Jim Mora expressed regret for his harsh words.
September 29, 2009