A former GM joins the chorus of those who think the Hawks might end up having to trade Kam Chancellor.
If it comes to that, where might the Seahawks trade their Pro Bowl safety — and for what?
Doug Baldwin calls the Chancellor holdout “the price of success” and says “it’s a difficult time, both for the organization and for him.”
Bob Condotta answered the question: Has a player ever held out for a full season? The next natural question is: What happened after that? John Riggins returned to the Redskins after new coach Joe Gibbs recruited him back. Sean Gilbert left Washington for Carolina. Todd Bell — like Chancellor, a thumping star safety — returned to Chicago under a new deal the next year. But he regretted missing out on the Bears’ Super Bowl title in 1985.
Pete Carroll says “it’s rare to have a guy like” B.J. Daniels, who seems to be playing his way onto the team thanks to his versatility.
Seahawks owner Paul Allen honored for philanthropy — he has donated more than $2 billion.