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Art Thiel remembers the hometown kid who saved the Seahawks.
Seattle will face Marshawn Lynch for the first time Sunday since he unretired and joined the Raiders.
Los Angeles gave Seattle the most thorough beating of the Pete Carroll era last December.
The return of right guard D.J. Fluker may have contributed to Seattle’s ground success vs. Dallas.
The coach says the team’s lack of a commitment to the run is mostly his fault.
By missing the playoffs, Seattle won’t have to deal with benching its one-time ace in the postseason.
Unhappy with his contract in 1998, Randy Johnson’s performance spiraled, so how will Earl Thomas fare?
UW kicks off an improved non-conference slate with a game against Auburn in Atlanta.
Although they’ve shown glimpses, Seattle has yet to establish a rushing attack this preseason.
D.J. Fluker, at 340 pounds, gives Seattle exactly what it wants to implement a power run game.
Inexperience Tedric Thompson will start at FS in place of the future Hall of Famer on Thursday.
Seattle jettisoned Ben Gamel, one of the top hitters on a struggling offense, to Triple-A Tacoma.
Since no advanced metrics are available to measure independently the level of sincerity in Mariners president Kevin Mather’s apology Wednesday for being a lout to… Continue reading
The 49ers cornerback is tossing tear gas canisters into his old Seattle bunkhouse.
Wally Walker and Jack Sikma remember Lonnie Shelton, who died Sunday at age 62.
Despite a clunker against the Angels, Seattle is in the thick of the AL playoff race to stay.
The award this week of the National Basketball Association’s Most Valuable Player trophy to Houston’s James Harden produced some locally depressing poignancy, at least if… Continue reading
Seattle’s highest-rated player, No. 11 Russell Wilson, was sufficiently needy to require new coaches.
The work starts now for Seattle to be one of 10 U.S. cities to host matches in the 2026 World Cup.
NFL players who protest are breaking no laws. They act not out of fear, but of out of conviction and reason.