The Seahawks could be looking to move Earl Thomas. (NO SERIOUSLY)! Mike Fisher from 105.3 The Fan in Dallas is reporting that the Seahawks proposed a first-round pick for Thomas. However, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport refuted that report. Thomas, 28, is in his final year of his contract and will make $8.5 million in 2018. Thomas has been vocal about playing for the Cowboys in the future. In December of 2017 after a Seahawks win over the Cowboys, Thomas said to Dallas' Head Coach Sean Garrett, "Come get me."
I was told the Seahawks did not, in fact, call on Earl Thomas.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 14, 2018
The Ndamukong Suh rumors to Seattle continue to heat up, but are the Cowboys also in the mix? The Miami Dolphins cut Suh today and the defensive tackle could be inching closer to a deal with the Seahawks. Suh, 31, was in Seattle on Monday and working out.
I’m told both the Dallas Cowboys and the Seattle Seahawks are interested in DT Ndamukong Suh— Dianna Russini (@diannaESPN) March 14, 2018
I'm told the #Cowboys do not currently have interest in Suh, per source.— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 14, 2018
A homecoming for former Washington Husky Tight-End Austin Seferian-Jenkins is still up in the air. Seferian-Jenkins visited the Seahawks, but there was no reported deal between the two sides. Earlier today, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport also reported the Seahawks are interested in Carolina Panthers Tight-End Ed Dickson, while Seahawks Tight-End Luke Willson is visiting the Panthers. Willson, 28, has spent his entire career in Seattle, since being drafted in 2013. Seattle is likely in need for some major help at the tight-end with Jimmy Graham inking a deal with the the Green Bay Packers.
Heard from free agent TE Austin-Seferian-Jenkins who has just left the #Seahawks facility. His flight for Jacksonville is not scheduled until late tonight. So will keep you posted. ASJ told me the #SEA visit, "was really good..."— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 15, 2018
Ed Dickson will be on a plane to Seattle at 5:20, the free agent TE told me. https://t.co/O4MP9m23CT— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 14, 2018
Confirmed this with Luke. He's visiting Carolina tonight. https://t.co/1xpr5Vf428— Curtis Crabtree (@Curtis_Crabtree) March 14, 2018
According to multiple reports, the Seahawks are signing Outside Linebacker (OLB) Barkevious Mingo to a two-year contract. However, it is not immediately clear how much money Mingo will earn with the Seahawks. NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reported via Twitter that Mingo will make $10.1 million, while Aaron Wilson from the Houston Chronicle said he'll earn $6.8 million with incentives. The 2013 sixth overall pick in the draft, spent time with the Cleveland Browns, New England Patriots, and the Indianapolis Colts. Mingo, 27, started six games last season with the Colts and had 35 tackles, including two sacks, and three forced fumbles. This will be the fourth player the Seahawks signed from the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft.
Barkevious Mingo to the Seahawks on a two-year, $6.8 million deal— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) March 14, 2018
Barkevious Mingo $6.8 million Seahawks deal; $3.2M gtd, $2.2M signing bonus, base salaries $1M (gtd), $3M; $18,750 per game active roster bonus annual, up to $1.1M playtime, sacks Pro Bowl incentive, up to $1M pt, sacks, Pro Bowl base escalator 2019— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) March 14, 2018
So the Seahawks really love that 2013 draft.— Kevin Shockey (@KevinShockey) March 14, 2018
#2 overall: Luke Joeckel
#3: Dion Jordan
#6: Barkevious Mingo
#13: Sheldon Richardson
Former Seahawks Cornerback DeShawn Shead is now a Detroit Lion. Shead signed a one-year deal, worth $3.5 million with playing time incentives that could earn him $6.5 million. The Seahawks cut Shead on Monday with the hopes of re-signing him in free-agency. Shead, 28, played in the secondary from 2012-17, but suffered an ACL injury in the Divisional Playoffs in 2016 against Atlanta, sidelining him for a year.
Former #Seahawks CB DeShawn Shead just signed with the Detroit Lions. He gets a one year worth $3.5M deal. That can grow to $6.5M with playtime incentives, per source.— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 14, 2018