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Seahawks need Rawls to do the unthinkable — slow down
Line coach Tom Cable thinks the RB, who will get yet another chance Sunday, is pressing too hard.
Overcoming injuries may be a tall task for Seahawks
The Falcons and offensive coordinator Steve Sarkisian face battered Seattle on Monday.
Thiel: Seahawks’ RBs have been anything but beastly
With struggles in the running game, Seattle’s offense has become ‘Here, Russ, do stuff!’
For now, old guys are in charge for Seahawks
Seattle’s recent additions show that the team is passing on youth and focused on winning now.
Thiel: Baldwin, Sherman explain how path to social justice is walked
One of the great appeals of sports is resolution. Spend a little time (maybe a little money) on an event, and an outcome is provided.… Continue reading
Pair of next-generation QBs visit Seattle this weekend
Houston’s Deshaun Watson and UCLA’s Josh Rosen will be a treat to watch for local fans.
Thiel: Goodell was once ‘proud,’ but now he’s confused
The NFL commissioner’s anthem protest memo to teams had it backwards.
Odhiambo heads from hospital to Rams’ ‘nightmare’
If he plays Sunday, the Seahawks left tackle may see a heavy dose of Rams star DT Aaron Donald.
Sherman offers perspective on what players are fighting for
The Seahawks cornerback doesn’t back down from his thoughts on the president’s recent comments.
How to solve Seahawks’ O-line woes? Ask Cliff Avril
Center Justin Britt says the defensive end was invaluable in helping him learn as a rookie.
Seahawks rookie Griffin calm, cool, collected in 1st NFL test
Lost in the lamentations over a kitten-soft offensive line Sunday was the fact that, despite the absence of a veteran cornerback and the presence of… Continue reading
Emotional Bennett reveals frightening incident with LVPD
The friendship between Seahawks teammates Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett is filled with enough teasing man-banter that, as Avril put it, “We play around so… Continue reading
It took guts for Britt to join Bennett’s anthem protest
Most of the people in his hometown weren’t happy with what Seattle Seahawks C Justin Britt, son of an Army veteran, did during the national… Continue reading
Carson bright spot in tumultuous training camp for Seahawks
No team gets through an NFL preseason unscathed. But losing to injuries the top draftee, as well as potentially the most improved player, for the… Continue reading
Intriguing options if Seahawks seek to fix O-line, running game
If many Seahawks fans had their way, general manager John Schneider would draft or sign in free agency the four biggest, baddest offensive linemen since… Continue reading
Thiel: Pac-12 needs to realize its TV business isn’t working
While Huskies fans were busy speculating on the football abilities of 17-year-old boys last week, some news came out of the Southeast that told a… Continue reading
Seahawks had talent to beat the best, so what went wrong?
In honor of Fake News Month/Year/Decade, I declare the Seattle Seahawks champions of the National Football League, because they were the only ones to beat… Continue reading
Thiel: Politics surround future of new arena
In a somewhat intriguing behind-the-scenes look into an old barn we thought we knew, one thing stood out Wednesday from all the HVAC pipes, stored… Continue reading
Thiel: Apparently football has retired all sense of honesty
Dragging out player-health information from football coaches is one of the more tedious aspects of covering the industry. The coaches want to share nothing, the… Continue reading
Playoff loss to Atlanta in 2013 still lingers for Seahawks’ Carroll
Opinions are many regarding what constitutes an excruciating defeat: An upset blowout. A last-second buzzer-beater. A persistent pursuit that never quite gets there. However it… Continue reading