SEATTLE — What kind of game Seattle’s preseason opener against Denver was became apparent midway through the third quarter when the Seahawks took the field with Xavier Turner as their running back.

RENTON — All his life, Jay-Tee Tiuli watched his favorite Seahawks, such as Lofa Tatupu, wear the blue and green from the screen of his parents’ TV at their house in Federal Way.

RENTON — Seahawks scouts did a good job, coach Pete Carroll says, setting “their sights’’ on Poona Ford from the beginning of his college career at Texas, which led to Ford signing with Seattle in the spring of 2018 as an undrafted free agent.

SEATTLE — Turns out, there might be one thing concerning the new contract he negotiated himself with the Seahawks that Bobby Wagner was wrong about — that people would come later “and try and criticize” it, as he said Sunday.

RENTON, Wash. — While there were no pads, and theoretically no real hitting, day 6 of Seahawks training camp turned out to be as eventful as any so far.

RENTON, Wash. — The Seahawks’ fifth practice of training camp ended Tuesday with Ben Burr-Kirven fulfilling an annual rite of passage for a rookie: carrying a veteran’s shoulder pads and helmet into the lockeroom.

RENTON, Wash. — Seahawks linebacker Cody Barton spent his first summer as a professional football player about as unglamorously as possible.

SEATTLE — Seahawks defensive tackle Jarran Reed has been suspended for the first six games of the 2019 season for a violation of the NFL’s personal conduct policy relating to an incident of alleged domestic violence from 2017, the league announced Monday morning.

RENTON, Wash. — The Seahawks’ one big looming contractual question as the July 25 start of training camp inches closer is middle linebacker Bobby Wagner’s status.

SEATTLE — Jalen Thompson, a senior safety for the Washington State Cougars regarded as one of the best at his position in the Pac-12, has been declared ineligible for the 2019 season due to a violation of NCAA rules and has declared for the NFL’s Supplemental Draft, it was revealed Saturday.

Former Seahawk draft pick Malik McDowell, who last month was sued by the team for repayment of part of his signing bonus, is facing new legal troubles in his native state of Michigan, including assault of a police officer and resisting arrest as well as receiving a stolen truck said to be wo…

RENTON, Wash. — Shaquem Griffin will forever be known for far more than what he does on a football field, his tale of overcoming the loss of his left hand at age 4 to make it to the NFL serving as an inspiration long after his playing days are done.

RENTON, Wash. — The Seahawks will take the field for one last time this week for mandatory minicamp before taking off for the summer and returning in late July for training camp to get ready for the season.

RENTON — Wednesday’s Seahawks organized team activity (OTA) practice, the second one of the spring open to the media, didn’t really look a whole lot different than the first one the media got to see last week.

RENTON, Wash. — Long before the Seahawks drafted him, and long before he was given the chance to succeed the most accomplished slot receiver in Seattle history, John Ursua received some important advice from his oldest brother: Watch Doug Baldwin.

RENTON, Wash. — Russell Wilson will look at his slot receiver on the inside flank of the formation. And he’ll get jolted.

One of the most popular Seahawks of the last decade is re-starting his career in the only place that loves him more than Seattle.

RENTON, Wash. — The Seahawks officially signed Geno Smith on Wednesday, setting in place one of the more intriguing — if perhaps ultimately meaningless — position battles for Seattle in 2019.

RENTON, Wash. — After the Seahawks’ three-day rookie minicamp May 3-5, coach Pete Carroll assessed “it was hard” on all three of the quarterbacks in attendance, strongly hinting at the team making a change in the depth chart at that spot to add competition behind Russell Wilson and Paxton Lynch.

SEATTLE — In what Doug Baldwin termed a “letter to my younger self,” the now-former Seahawks receiver took to Twitter on Sunday night to unveil a 20-tweet thread that served as both a retrospective on his football career and an apparent official retirement notice.

RENTON, Wash. — In a move that had become expected but no less stunning when it arrived, the Seahawks announced Thursday that they have terminated the contracts of two of the most pivotal players of the Pete Carroll era — safety Kam Chancellor and receiver Doug Baldwin.

RENTON, Wash. — The Seahawks made a few more moves as NFL free agency entered a new phase, signing a trio of veterans — cornerback Jamar Taylor, fullback Nick Bellore and guard Marcus Martin. The team announced all three signings Thursday afternoon. No financial terms were immediately availa…

RENTON, Wash. — On the first full day of a new phase of NFL free agency — the day when signings no longer factor into the formula for 2020 compensatory draft picks — Seattle struck the first big blow, agreeing to terms Wednesday night on a one-year contract with defensive end Ezekiel “Ziggy” Ansah.

RENTON, Wash. — A few minutes after the 2019 NFL draft ended, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll was asked about the status of the team’s pass rush and he said it was too early to judge because the roster at that spot was hardly complete.

RENTON, Wash. — If the growing reality that his NFL playing career may be over is weighing heavy on Doug Baldwin’s mind, he didn’t show it Sunday.

RENTON, Wash. (AP) — As the defensive linemen kept coming off the board, the Seattle Seahawks decided not to take a risk or get cute at the end of the first round of the draft.

SEATTLE — Unable to reach agreement on a long-term contract with the Seahawks, defensive end Frank Clark is on his way out of Seattle. The team’s best pass rusher in 2018, Clark was traded to the Kansas City Chiefs on Tuesday morning for a package that included the Chiefs’ 2019 first-round p…

RENTON, Wash. — As a thank you to his offensive linemen in the wake of signing a contract last week making him the highest-paid player in the NFL, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson recently gave each of the team’s 13 offensive linemen $12,000 in stock.