Seahawks Notes: Tate, Free Agents, Cable

Media Day is in the books, and after rounding up a few Broncos-related notes earlier in the afternoon, we’ll now turn our attention to their NFC opponents. Here’s the latest on the Seahawks:

  • Golden Tate will be eligible for unrestricted free agency this winter after catching a team-high 64 balls for the Seahawks. But while he should draw some interest around the league, Tate would like to return to Seattle, writes Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times. “I would really like to stay,” Tate said. “It’s a great city, a great group of guys. From top to bottom, I can’t say enough great things about Seattle…. I really would like to stay here, but we’ll see. Only time will tell.”
  • Tate, defensive end Michael Bennett, and cornerback Walter Thurmond are among the Seahawks who could greatly improve their free agent value with a big game this Sunday, writes Joel Corry of, adding that there are a few Broncos in a similar position.
  • Asked if he’d like to be an NFL head coach again, Seahawks offensive line coach and assistant head coach Tom Cable replied, “I would, and I will be,” according to Marc Sessler of (Twitter link). Cable previously coached the Raiders to a 17-27 record from 2008 to 2010.
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