Here is your morning reading list on the Seattle Seahawks for Sunday May 31th. Seattle’s defense had getting extra attention this week, which isn’t that surprising. Seattle’s defense has been the league’s best for the last few seasons, making it the identity of the franchise.
After just one year of a four-year deal, Michael Bennett is already unhappy with his contract. Now he’s skipping workouts trying to convince the Seahawks to give him a raise. Perhaps he shouldn’t have signed at a discounted rate a year ago if his contract was going to bother him so much this quickly.
Kam Chancellor’s half-brother getting shot with Seahawks (My Northwest)
After the draft was complete, the Seahawks signed Keenan Lambert as an undrafted free agent. UDFA’s typically aren’t interesting additions to the roster, but not this time. Lambert is Kam Chancellor’s half-brother, which makes for a fun story this time of year. It is too bad that Lambert doesn’t have Chancellor’s athleticism.
Seahawks’ honest approach won over cornerback Cary Williams (Seattle Times)
When cornerback Cary Williams visited the Seahawks as a free agent, defensive coordinator Kris Richard spent time telling Williams everything that was wrong with his technique. It is an unusual approach in a process that typically consists of whole bunch of blowing smoke up the free-agent’s… well, you get the idea.
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