7:35 PM EST, Mon March 02, 2015

Seahawks notes: NFL salary cap rises to $143.28 million

The 2015 NFL salary cap will be much higher than originally expected, according to NFL.com. Ian Rapoport reported Monday that teams were notified that the cap for 2015 would be $143.28 million, several million dollars higher than the league’s original estimates. That figure will leave the Seahawks with just shy of $26 million in salary-cap […]

As expected, Seahawks don't use franchise tag

The deadline for NFL teams to name franchise players came and went Monday afternoon without the Seahawks using the option, as expected.

As GM John Schneider had said, Seahawks don’t use their franchise tag for 2015

The NFL’s deadline of 1 p.m. Pacific Time today for teams to identify players upon whom they will place the franchise-tag contract designation for 2015 has passed without the Seahawks using theirs for this year, just as general manager John Schneider had predicted last month at the NFL combine in Indianapolis. Some had wondered if Seattle might use its franchise tag to keep starting cornerback Byron Maxwell out of unrestricted free agency. But the one-year tender for using the tag on a cornerback this year is $13,075,000, far too expensive for what else the Seahawks need to do money wise...

Report: Seahawks sign LB Mister Alexander

The Seahawks have reportedly signed linebacker Mister Alexander, who has appeared in 14 games since his rookie season 2011 and spent a season in Canada.

Seahawks sign LB Mister Alexander

The Seahawks have signed linebacker Mister Alexander, who has appeared in 14 games since his rookie season 2011 and spent a season in Canada.