Things are returning to normal

The biggest news out of Seahawks' camp has been the signings of Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner. Things are finally starting to return to normal in Seattle. NFL Nation: Training camp storylines


From 'Beast Mode' to 'Bane'?

Marshawn Lynch was all business at Seahawks camp Monday, working out in a mask.

Chancellor has yet to report to camp (1:14)
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Seattle laying a foundation

By getting players like QB Russell Wilson and LB Bobby Wagner signed to long-term deals, the Seahawks now have 8 key players locked up through at least 2017.

Seahawks' nucleus stays together (0:55)
Seahawks release McDaniel (2:27)

Seahawks fill newly-vacant spot

Seattle added depth to its roster by acquiring CB Mohammed Seisay from the Detroit Lions for an undisclosed 2016 draft pick. The 25-year-old appeared in 13 games with Detroit. The Seahawks cut DT Tony McDaniel earlier today. Story

Wagner gets four-year extension with Seahawks (0:33)
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Seahawks cut Tony McDaniel

McDaniel, a starting DT last year, was released after the signings of Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner to create salary cap space, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter. McDaniel was in the final year of a 2-year contract and set to make $2.5M this season. Story

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Cap-conscious Seahawks release DT McDaniel

The Seattle Seahawks released starting defensive tackle Tony McDaniel on Sunday, the latest move in a busy weekend for the reigning NFC champions.

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Seahawks give Wagner 4-year extension

LB Bobby Wagner agreed to a deal that will keep him with the team through 2019. Asked previously if it was important to be the highest-paid linebacker, Wagner said, "It's important to be recognized as one of the best."

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Jimmy Graham show begins in Seattle

The Jimmy Graham era started Saturday, as the Seattle Seahawks' newly acquired tight end came up with a leaping catch of a Russell Wilson pass.

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Cam Newton pleased for Russell Wilson

"I'm pretty sure he deserved it," Newton said of Wilson's reported $87.6M deal. "I'm always appreciative of guys who work hard. I'm a firm believer in hard work pays off, and it's great to see that a guy of his stature, with so much that he's accomplished, is being compensated for it."

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Bennett shows, Chancellor skips start of camp

Michael Bennett, Kam Chancellor and Bobby Wagner all took different approaches Friday to show displeasure with their contract situations with the Seattle Seahawks.


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