10/5KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Seahawks | Brandon Mebane probable: Seattle Seahawks DT Brandon Mebane (calf) fully participated in practice Friday, Oct. 5, and is listed as probable for Week 5....[+]
News -- January 2012
1/28KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Seahawks | Brandon Mebane to make $4 million in 2012: Seattle Seahawks DL Brandon Mebane is scheduled to make $4 million guaranteed salary in 2012. He has base salaries of $5 million...[+] for 2013, and $5.5 million for 2014-15.
News -- May 2011
5/14KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Seahawks | Brandon Mebane does not think he is in team's plans: Seattle Seahawks impending free-agent DT Brandon Mebane said does not think he is in the team's plans for the future because the...[+] two sides did not talk about specific numbers when discussing a new contract. He also believes the third-round tender he received is another indication that he is not in their plans. 'I feel like I wasnt in their plans. And I feel like I have that right to think that because I got a third-round tender. If they really wanted me, they had plenty of time to do what they had to do. Me personally, from my experience, I dont think I was in their plans. I would love to come back here, but I dont know what their plans are,' Mebane said.
5/1KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Seahawks | Hoping to bring back Brandon Mebane: Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider said the team wants to re-sign impending free-agent DT Brandon Mebane this offseason....[+] The team only drafted one defensive lineman, which may make re-signing Mebane a high priority.
News -- April 2011
4/7KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Bears | Cullen Jenkins, Brandon Mebane might be on wish list: The Chicago Bears might be interested in Green Bay Packers DL Cullen Jenkins or Seattle Seahawks DL Brandon Mebane whenever free...[+] agency opens, reports John Mullin, of CSNChicago.com.
News -- March 2011
3/8KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Bears | Could be interested in Brandon Mebane: The Chicago Bears could target Seattle Seahawks impending free-agent DL Brandon Mebane this offseason, according to CBSSports.com....[+]
3/2KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Seahawks | Continue to work on new deal with Brandon Mebane: The Seattle Seahawks continue to speak with impending free-agent DL Brandon Mebane's agent about a new contract and general manager...[+] John Schneider has said the talks so far have been positive, reports Eric Williams, of The Tacoma News Tribune.
3/1KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Seahawks | Place original round tender on Brandon Mebane: The Seattle Seahawks have placed an original-round tender on impending free-agent DT Brandon Mebane, reports Danny O'Neil, of...[+] The Seattle Times. If Mebane is a restricted free agent under the new collective bargaining agreement and signs with another team, the team would receive third-round draft choice if they decided not to match the offer.
News -- February 2011
2/25KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Seahawks | Spoke with Brandon Mebane's reps Thursday: Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider said the team talked to impending free-agent DL Brandon Mebane's representatives...[+] Thursday, Feb. 24, about a new contract.
2/23KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Seahawks | Brandon Mebane won't be franchised: The Seattle Seahawks will not use the franchise tag on DL Brandon Mebane despite the fact he is at the end of his contract, reports...[+] Danny O'Neil, of The Seattle Times. The price tag for defensive tackles under the franchise tag is expected to spike, going above $12 million for a one-year offer.
2/16KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Seahawks | Brandon Mebane expected to be popular if free agent: Seattle Seahawks impending free-agent DL Brandon Mebane is expected to be highly sought after this offseason if the Seahawks are...[+] unable to re-sign him, reports NFL Network's Michael Lombardi.
2/11KFFL.com Hot off the Wire: Seahawks | Unlikely to play franchise tag on Brandon Mebane: The Seattle Seahawks likely will not place their franchise tag on impending free-agent DL Brandon Mebane because of the high price...[+] tag they would have to pay him, reports ESPN.com's Mike Sando.