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2019 Schedule
10-6, 2nd in NFC West
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Brady Henderson ESPN 

Asked about the Seahawks' decision to trade Frank Clark, GM John Schneider said they were hoping to sign him to an extension but "the deal in Dallas didn't help things." Translation: DeMarcus Lawrence getting $21 million per year from the Cowboys pushed Clark's price tag beyond where Seattle was willing to go. Thus, L.J. Collier in the first round.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

According to our valuations of draft slots -- based on AV over replacement -- the Giants gave up a package that was worth 74% more than the No. 30 pick they received. A pricey trade up.

Kimes happy with Seahawks selection of Collier (0:29)

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The Seahawks take TCU defensive end L.J. Collier with the 29th overall pick, addressing what was easily their biggest need after trading Frank Clark. Seattle then traded the 30th pick to the Giants for Nos. 37, 132 and 142. The Seahawks held the 21st overall pick but traded that after five edge players came off the board in the first 16 picks.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

According to our approximate value above replacement projections for every draft slot, the package the Seahawks received (picks 30+114+118) is worth 71% more than the No. 21 pick they dealt to the Packers.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

For the second straight year, the Seahawks have traded a first-rounder to Green Bay. They gave the Packers the 21st overall pick in exchange for No. 30 and a pair of fourth-round picks, Nos. 114 and 118. Another move back could have been a result of five edge players coming off the board in the first 16 selections. The Seahawks now have seven picks in all, including Nos. 29 and 30 in the first round, a third (92), three fourths (114, 118, 124) and fifth (159).

Did Wilson's contract influence Clark's trade? (1:35)
Chiefs counting on Clark's consistency in trade (1:44)
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3dAdam Teicher

Sources: Clark dealt to Chiefs, has $105.5M deal

The Seahawks agreed to trade defensive end Frank Clark to the Chiefs on Tuesday. He has agreed to a five-year, $105.5 million deal, including $63.5M guaranteed, sources told ESPN.

Seahawks deal Clark to Chiefs (1:33)

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Frank Clark averaged a pass rush win rate of 22% each of the last two seasons – right around league average. That could suggest that his sack totals (13 last season, 9 the year before) were a little lucky. Alternatively, he might be a particularly strong finisher but just doesn't get the kind of regular pressure that one might expect for a 13-sack player. PRWR is an ESPN metric powered by NFL Next Gen Stats.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

The Seahawks are trading Frank Clark to the Chiefs for a 2019 first-rounder, a 2020 second and a swap of third-round picks this year, a source tells ESPN's Adam Schefter. GM John Schneider didn't deny in recent days that the Seahawks were listening to offers for Clark. The sense he projected was that it would take a very sweet offer to move Clark. And he got one. The Seahawks now have the 21st and 29th picks this year. But they no longer have an in-his-prime Star pass-rusher. That becomes an even greater need for Seattle.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

The Seahawks agreed to trade their franchise player, DE Frank Clark, to the Kansas City Chiefs for a 2019 first-round pick, a 2020 second-round pick and an exchange of third-round picks this year, per league sources.

Golic Jr. impressed by Wilson gifting Amazon stock to linemen (1:07)
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Source: Wilson gifts O-line $12K in Amazon stock

Russell Wilson is spreading the wealth after signing a four-year, $140 million extension last week by gifting each of his offensive linemen $12,000 in Amazon stock.

Woods, Wilson and Beyonce Roundtable (7:55)
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Source: Seahawks want 1st-rounder for DE Clark

The Seahawks would want any trade package for defensive end Frank Clark to include at least a first-round pick in this year's draft, a source told ESPN on Saturday.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Here are the details of Russell Wilson's four-year, $140 million extension: As previously reported, a record $65 million signing bonus (part of which will be paid next year) makes up over half of the $107 million in guarantees. The Seahawks maintained club precedent of only making the first year's salary fully guaranteed, so his 2020-2023 salaries are guaranteed for injury only at time of signing and become fully guaranteed on the fifth day of each league year waiver period. The final two seasons have $5 million roster bonuses due on the fifth day of the league year. Wilson's base salaries and cap numbers by year are $5 million/$26.287 million for 2019; $18 million/$31 million for 2020; $19 million/$32 million for 2021; $19 million/$37 million for 2022; $21 million/$39 million for 2023.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards193.327th
Rushing Yards160.01st
Points For26.8Tied-6th
Points Against21.711th