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According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, Bryant, who was released by the Seahawks in a salary cap-saving move, has agreed to a four-year deal with the Jacksonville Jaguars.
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While the Seattle Seahawks are basking in the glory of winning the big one, fantasy football owners are already wondering which of the Super Bowl stars will be worthy to have on their rosters in 2014.
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If the Seahawks are going to re-sign defensive end Michael Bennett, they're not going to be able to do so before he tests his value on the open market.
After winning Super Bowl XLVIII, the Seattle Seahawks are currently at the top of the NFL universe.
Dan Pompei of SportsOnEarth.com has an extensive look at the Top 10 defenses in NFL history , and the 2013 Super Bowl champion Seahawks come in at No.
When the Seattle Seahawks moved on from Pro Bowl wide receiver Sidney Rice, pundits from around the league believed contract talks between the Seahawks and free-agent wide receiver Golden Tate would intensify.
Seattle must now do something they've never done before: defend a world championship.
Unrestricted free agents-to-be are now less than a week away from being able to sign contracts with new teams.
Bennett, who led the team in sacks last season and is scheduled to become a free agent on March 11, says early talks with coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider "have been positive" and that he hopes to remain in the Emerald City.
Johnny Manziel as a stud, Anthony Barr as a dud, a "Josh Gordon-style" possibility, and what QB could possibly be good enough for even the Seahawks to draft this year.
The pursuit of freeing up cap space for the Seattle Seahawks began this past weekend, as wide receiver Sidney Rice and defensive lineman Red Bryant were released.
Although re-signing free agent defensive end Michael Bennett is considered by many Seahawks fans to be a top priority for Seattle general manager John Schneider, the team will not use the franchise tag on him, according to NBCSports.com .
Monday metatarsal musings: Gone, but never forgotten. After his release by the Seahawks last week, that will be Red Bryant's legacy because of how the veteran defensive end played the game and the person he became.