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Seahawks Cliff Avril tells NFL Network he plans to try to play again, but contract means it might not be in Seattle

Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril told the NFL Network he wants to try to play again if he can recover well enough from a neck injury suffered last season.


The NFL have announced their London Games for 2018 and Oakland Raiders will play host to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 6 of the NFL’s 2018-19 season at our world-class #SpursNewStadium on Sunday 14 October.

Texans vs. Seahawks "The Rookie Takes On the Legion of the Boom" (Week 8) | NFL Films Presents

The Houston Texans and the Seattle Seahawks exchange crazy big plays as rookie Deshaun Watson brings the Legion of Boom to the brink.

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Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says he isn’t retiring, talks about Kam Chancellor and Cliff Avril, and more

Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman will undergo surgery on his ankle soon. That was among several personnel updates offered Tuesday by Pete Carroll at his season-ending press conference.

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DeShawn Shead activated off PUP list and will play against Cowboys Sunday

Seahawks cornerback DeShawn Shead will return to action Sunday against Dallas after being sidelined since suffering an ACL injury against Atlanta in a divisional playoff game last January.

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Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says team ‘never had any intention’ of breaking rules in Russell Wilson concussion protocol case

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said Friday the team accepted the NFL's ruling regarding the concussion protocol and Russell Wilson but is glad changes are being made to avoid confusion in the future.

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Seahawks Thursday injury report: Bobby Wagner again among those sitting out

Middle linebacker again sat out of practice for the Seahawks on Thursday as he continues to nurse a nagging hamstring issue.

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Seahawks linebacker K.J. Wright says team handled his concussion well, but says NFL should demand concussed players sit out one game

On the day the Seahawks were fined for how they handled the concussion protocol earlier this year, linebacker K.J. Wright said the team did a good job in dealing with his injury.

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Seahawks fined $100,000 by NFL for violating concussion protocol with Russell Wilson

In a joint statement released with the NFL Players Association, the league cited "a failure in the application of the protocol" after a play in which Wilson was hit during the third quarter against the Cardinals.