The Seahawks have finished organized team activities and are on to mandatory minicamp, but a longtime presence for the team isn’t at the facility for the first time in a decade. That would be linebacker K.J. Wright, a 2011 Seahawks draft pick who was its longest-tenured player in 2020. Wright entered free agency this offseason and remains unsigned, however, and it’s unclear whether or not he will be back in the mix for 2021.
We check in with the Arizona Cardinals' NFC West rival Seattle Seahawks to know what is going on with them.
After breaking the single-season sacks record for defensive backs in 2020, reports have surfaced suggesting he won't be satisfied with simply becoming the highest-paid safety in the league at $16-plus million per year and he's seeking elite pass rusher money. The only things that remains certain? Adams will be getting paid and discussions could get quite complicated.