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Mar 22, 2017
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The Seattle Seahawks signed defensive back Bradley McDougald, formerly of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, to a one-year contract. What It Means: McDougald also visited with the Cleveland Browns, where he likely would have been a starter, but wound up signing with the Seahawks as the third safety on the roster behind Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor. Still just 26, McDougald showed some promise as a 16-game starter last season in Tampa Bay. The Seahawks' secondary ranked 15th last season in opponent-adjusted Defensive Passing Net Expected Points per play. Source:...
Field Gulls 6 hours ago
NFL bans leaping on field goals, citing “player safety” for a non-contact play

NFL bans leaping on field goals, citing “player safety” for a non-contact play

Farewell to one of the most exciting plays in football. On Tuesday, the NFL reportedly approved the ban of leaping on field goal attempts according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. The @NFL's no leaping rule for field goals passed, I'm told. Not a surprise. All about player safety— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 28, 2017 The leaping play, perhaps mostly made famous by the Seahawks’ own Kam Chancellor against the Panthers in the 2013 playoffs, displayed an extraordinary amount of athleticism for some of the world’s most extraordinary athletes. And that’s about all it did. For...
Akron Beacon Journal Mar 22, 2017

Browns' search for safety continues as Bradley McDougald reportedly strikes deal with Seahawks

The Browns are still seeking help at safety after another one declined to join them in free agency. Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers starting safety Bradley McDougald struck a one-year, $2 million deal with the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday, NFL Network reported. McDougald, who's from the Columbus area, visited the Seahawks last week. He also visited the Browns on Monday. Then he chose the Seahawks' offer instead of the Browns' offer, even though he'll presumably be a backup behind standout safeties Kam Chancellor and Earl Thomas in Seattle and would have been a virtual lock to start for the...
NFL reportedly proposing banning leaping to block field goals — Bobby Wagner says it shouldn’t

NFL reportedly proposing banning leaping to block field goals — Bobby Wagner says it shouldn’t

The NFL’s Competition Committee will reportedly propose making it against the rules for players to leap over the line of scrimmage to try to block field goals and kicks — as Seattle’s Bobby Wagner and Kam Chancellor have famously done the last few years. Wagner, recall, twice leapt over the line last season against Arizona, […]
Seattle Times Mar 10, 2017
Reshad Jones’ contract might have further complicated Kam Chancellor’s future in Seattle

Reshad Jones’ contract might have further complicated Kam Chancellor’s future in Seattle

The deal Reshad Jones agreed to with Miami Thursday could have implications on Kam Chancellor's future in Seattle.
The Inquisitr News Mar 7, 2017
Seattle Seahawks Should Pursue Adrian Peterson In NFL Free Agency

Seattle Seahawks Should Pursue Adrian Peterson In NFL Free Agency

The Seattle Seahawks should pursue Adrian Peterson when 2017 NFL free agency opens up.
Field Gulls Mar 2, 2017
Film Gulls: The redemption of Kam Chancellor

Film Gulls: The redemption of Kam Chancellor

A chronology of a warrior’s growth from a young man into the most dominant force in the league PROLOGUE April 24th, 2010. A young man sits at home, a cloud of anxiety hanging over him like the clouds that cover the east on this precipitous morning. The almighty Sean Taylor has passed along the passion and brutality that the safety position encompasses, but this young man has not harnessed the power yet. A harbinger of pain this young man will be. Not yet, though. After receiving a fateful message, this young man will head to the Northwest to proudly don navy and emerald garments, paying...
Seahawks GM John Schneider provides updates on Jimmy Graham, Kam Chancellor, Richard Sherman and more from NFL Combine

Seahawks GM John Schneider provides updates on Jimmy Graham, Kam Chancellor, Richard Sherman and more from NFL Combine

Seahawks general manager John Schneider said tight end Jimmy Graham will definitely be part of the team in 2017 and that cornerback DeShawn Shead won't be ready for the start of the season.
Rotoworld Mar 1, 2017

Kam Chancellor recovering from surgery - Kam Chancellor (DB) Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks GM John Schneider said SS Kam Chancellor underwent offseason surgery.

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