As free agency approaches, Mike Wilkening offers four topics to consider, including his reservations about DEs Ray Edwards and Cullen Jenkins.
PFW's Mike Wilkening takes a look at the key free agents, as well as notable players under contract who could be on the move, from a fantasy perspective.
Even though Matt Hasselbeck could not have seemed less like a lame duck at the Seahawks' largest players-only workout of the offseason late last week, the free-agent QB's status remains very uncertain.
Veteran QB Kerry Collins said he is open to returning to the Titans, where he would be mentoring Jake Locker, if it "makes sense for both sides."
Contrary to recent speculation that pre-lockout contract talks with QB Matt Hasselbeck had reached an impasse, we hear he remains very much open to discussing a new deal that would keep him in Seattle.
PFW executive editor Dan Arkush offers a position-by-position look at the top unrestricted free agents at whatever point this year’s market officially opens for business.
While we hear the Niners are unlikely to use their first-round draft pick on a quarterback, it's quite possible they could look seriously at a signalcaller in either the second or third round.
Seattle’s QB situation grows murkier by the day in the wake of rumors suggesting that the team might have made an offer for Eagles backup QB Kevin Kolb.
It appears a new deal for Seahawks QB Matt Hasslbeck is a long way from being the slam-dunk head coach Pete Carroll made it seem like in his postseason press conference.
Seahawks GM John Schneider said contract negotiations are going well with QB Matt Hasselbeck.
After Seahawks QB Matt Hasselbeck made a comment about Jets CB Antonio Cromartie on Twitter, Cromartie responded with a threat.
Darnell Dockett, Ray Lewis and Matt Hasselbeck all spoke out against Jets CB Antonio Cromartie's comments on the current labor issue.
The NFC West has been acting with a sense of urgency to shed its image as the league's wasteland, making a number of impressive coaching hires.
The sarcastic giggles and rolling eyes have ceased to exist in Seattle, where hope suddenly springs eternal after the Seahawks’ undeniably impressive 41-36 wild-card victory over the defending Super Bowl-champion Saints last Saturday at Qwest Field.
Matt Hasselbeck threw four touchdown passes and Marshawn Lynch scored on an electrifying 67-yard run in the final minutes to lead the Seattle Seahawks to an improbable 41-36 victory over the defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints in the ...