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The Steelers’ win over Seattle was a momentous occasion for Pittsburgh-native Quinton Jefferson.
With the majority of distractions gone, let’s take a look at some obervations for the upcoming season.
The former Mariners ace gets the better of Seattle’s hopeful future ace Justus Sheffield.
At just 5-foot-11 Poona Ford is not your typical D-lineman, but teammates are raving about his play.
Seattle coaches say they will rely on their quality running backs to catch more passes this season.
The haul wasn’t great, but Seattle adds minor-league depth at the trade deadline.
Seattle may find out how small a difference there can be between 10-6 and 6-10.
In another lost season, September additions could pull back the curtain on Seattle’s future.
The former Seahawks owner tried to move the team to Los Angeles in 1996.
Seattle chairman John Stanton has prioritized pleasing fans more than previous team owners.
The group insists it will no longer be one of the Seattle laughingstocks.
The Wilson-Lockett connection was statistically one of the best of all-time last season.
The linebacker is one of 3 players (Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner) left from the Super Bowl-winning team.
Unlike, say, the Jets, Seattle has been able to maintain success through some tough circumstances.
The QB rescinded his decision, but fellow redshirt freshman Colson Yankoff still intends to transfer.
Mammoth Mississippi wide receiver DK Metcalf would be a bold choice for Seattle in Round 1.
For Pete Carroll, it keeps alive the best shot to return his team to the Super Bowl.
Russell Wilson’s new contract could be prohibitive, but what other choice does Seattle have?
It’s been a fun ride to 7-1, but Seattle’s roster is not set up for sustainable success.
Washington made a preemptive strike by securing him with a contract an extension through 2025.