GREAT NEWS: Former Seahawks OT finally signed by Bears for one year contract….

Bears Sign Former Seahawks OT – Tracker.
Ex Seattle Seahawks OT Jake Curhan Signs With Chicago Bears - Tracker -  Sports Illustrated Seattle Seahawks News, Analysis and More

Former Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Jake Curhan has a new home after agreeing to a one-year contract with the Chicago Bears. Curhan, 26, spent the first three years of his career with the Seahawks, appearing in 29 games and starting nine of them. The 6-6, 316-pound lineman joined the Seahawks as an undrafted free agent out of Cal in 2021. Now going to Chicago, Curhan will be reunited with offensive coordinator Shane Waldron, who spent the past three years in the same role for Seattle.

MARCH 5 DIGGS SENDS MESSAGE Per reports from NFL Network on Wednesday, the Seattle Seahawks are cutting safeties Jamal Adams and Quandre Diggs in a major cap-clearing move. Diggs, who has been with Seattle since arriving in a mid-season trade from the Detroit Lions in 2019, has become a fan favorite during his time in the Pacific Northwest. He sent a short message to fans on social media after the news broke.

Seattle wideout Jake Bobo had an impressive start to the season in 2023, and was carving out a spot for himself alongside Jaxon Smith-Njigba and D.K. Metcalf in the Seahawks’ offensive scheme. Overall, his numbers look good. In the first 10 games of the season, the former UCLA Bruin caught 13 passes on 17 targets for 156 yards and two touchdowns. But in the seven games since, Bobo caught just six balls on eight targets for 40 yards. Overall, Bobo caught 19 passes on 25 targets for 196 yards and two touchdowns across 17 games. He also rushed once for a three-yard touchdown. The 25-year-old impressed in the beginning of the season, but that production disappeared in the second half of the season. But the Seahawks lack depth in the receiver room, and Bobo should have a good shot at making the roster again in 2024.Former Seahawks Top-15 Pick to Sign With New Team: Report

DEC 10 METCALF BODY SLAM Seattle Seahawks receiver DK Metcalf could have another fine coming his way after letting out some frustration late in Sunday’s 28-16 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. After 49ers linebacker Fred Warner snagged an interception, Metcalf came to make the tackle. But instead of a traditional takedown, he picked up and body-slammed Warner to the ground, who had pitched the ball off to Dre Greenlaw after making the pick. Metcalf’s actions led to some predictable jawing between the two NFC West rivals, and ended with both Metcalf and 49ers cornerback Deommodore Lenoir getting ejected.

The Seattle Seahawks are still set to host the Philadelphia Eagles at Lumen Field in a critical Week 15 matchup, but that game will now be played the following day on Monday Night Football. The NFL announced Thursday that the Eagles-Seahawks game will replace the Kansas City-New England game on Monday night. It’s the first time that the NFL has ever flexed a game on Monday Night Football. ESPN’s Adam Schefter provided more details on X: “The first-ever Monday Night Football flex: the NFL is flexing Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce off of Monday Night Football in Week 15, replacing the Dec. 18 Chiefs at Patriots game with Eagles at Seahawks. Eagles now will have three consecutive standalone games from Weeks 14-16: Week 14: at Dallas on SNF Week 15: at Seattle on MNF Week 16: Giants on Christmas Day.”

NOV 23 JASON PETERS INJURED Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Jason Peters is questionable to return to Thursday’s game against the San Francisco 49ers due to stinger in his shoulder, the team announced. Peters went to the medical tent at the end of the first half after appearing to be shaken up. The Seahawks trailed 24-3 at halftime. Peters was recently signed to the active roster after signing with the practice squad earlier in the season.

NOV 19 WALKER OUT The Seattle Seahawks suffered a potentially big loss early on vs. the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday. During his team’s first drive of the game, running back Kenneth Walker came up limping following a run up the middle and immediately went to the injury tent. And after further evaluation, the Seahawks announced Walker as out for the game with an oblique injury. Walker had four rushes for 18 yards at the time of the injury. He will be replaced in the lineup by primary backup running back, Zach Charbonnet.Seahawks don't tender Jake Curhan, making him an unrestricted free agent -  Field Gulls

NOV 17 SEAHAWKS SIGN PETERS The Seattle Seahawks have officially signed veteran offensive tackle Jason Peters to the active roster ahead of Sunday’s road game against the Los Angeles Rams, per Peters’ agency. Peters, who signed with Seattle’s practice squad on Sept. 12, has already been called up the maximum of three times from the practice squad and will now help a Seahawks o-line that could be without starting offensive tackle Abraham Lucas on Sunday, who is listed as questionable with a knee injury. Our Corbin K. Smith reported that Peters’ move to the 53-man roster was on the horizon. “Pete Carroll indicated Abraham Lucas got through the week fine, but won’t be playing on Sunday. Expect a move from Jason Peters to be on the 53.

” NOV 8 SEAHAWKS SIGN RAMS EX QB The Seattle Seahawks have signed former Los Angeles Rams quarterback Brett Rypien to the practice squad, Seattle announced Friday. Rypien, who started for the Rams in last Sunday’s meeting with the Green Bay Packers, was released by L.A. on Tuesday after the team signed former No. 2 overall pick Carson Wentz to backup Matthew Stafford. The Rams lost that game 20-3 as Rypien went 13 of 28 passing for 130 yards and one interception. In his career, Rypien has played in 10 games and gone 98 of 168 passing for 950 yards, four touchdowns and nine picks. The Seahawks lost their season opener to the Rams 30-13, but will face L.A. at SoFi Stadium for the second meeting of the season on Sunday, Nov. 19.


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