Art Thiel

Art Thiel: ‘Impatient’ Carroll shouldering blame for Hawks’ woes

The coach says the team’s lack of a commitment to the run is mostly his fault.

 

Art Thiel: At least M’s avoid Felix awkwardness in playoffs

By missing the playoffs, Seattle won’t have to deal with benching its one-time ace in the postseason.

 

Art Thiel: Disgruntled Big Unit bombed, but will Thomas?

Unhappy with his contract in 1998, Randy Johnson’s performance spiraled, so how will Earl Thomas fare?

 

Art Thiel: Huskies set to make rare trip to SEC country

UW kicks off an improved non-conference slate with a game against Auburn in Atlanta.

Art Thiel: Seahawks’ new right guard is large and in charge

D.J. Fluker, at 340 pounds, gives Seattle exactly what it wants to implement a power run game.

Art Thiel: Expect growing pains in Thomas’ absence

Inexperience Tedric Thompson will start at FS in place of the future Hall of Famer on Thursday.

Art Thiel: Shelton was a genuine ‘presence’ for Sonics

Wally Walker and Jack Sikma remember Lonnie Shelton, who died Sunday at age 62.

Art Thiel: 6 Seahawks in NFL’s top 100 leads to overhaul

Seattle’s highest-rated player, No. 11 Russell Wilson, was sufficiently needy to require new coaches.

Sounders owner Adrian Hanauer (left) and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan talks following a news conference discussing the awarding of the 2026 World Cup soccer tournament to North America on June 13, 2018, in Seattle. The men’s soccer showpiece will return to the U.S. for the first time since 1994 after gaining 134 votes, while Morocco got 65 at the FIFA Congress in Moscow, where the 2018 tournaments starts on Thursday. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Art Thiel: Seattle bids to get slice of World Cup action

The work starts now for Seattle to be one of 10 U.S. cities to host matches in the 2026 World Cup.

Sounders owner Adrian Hanauer (left) and Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan talks following a news conference discussing the awarding of the 2026 World Cup soccer tournament to North America on June 13, 2018, in Seattle. The men’s soccer showpiece will return to the U.S. for the first time since 1994 after gaining 134 votes, while Morocco got 65 at the FIFA Congress in Moscow, where the 2018 tournaments starts on Thursday. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson)

Art Thiel: There’s a difference between dissent and disloyalty

NFL players who protest are breaking no laws. They act not out of fear, but of out of conviction and reason.

Art Thiel: Newest Seahawk honest about past problems

Brandon Marshall doesn’t run from his past and Seattle can’t afford more personnel whiffs.

Art Thiel: NFL shoves protests during anthem behind closed doors

The new policy announced by the league on Wednesday is a compromise that pleases no one.

Art Thiel: Seahawks’ offseason likely won’t impress Wilson

Seattle did little to improve the passing game as the quarterback’s contract year gets closer.

Art Thiel: Hard to say what’s on Earl Thomas’ mind

The Seahawks safety wasn’t traded during the draft and hasn’t received a contract extension.

Art Thiel: Seahawks have many holes, few resources

Heading into the draft, Seattle has a bigger question mark than at any point in the Carroll/Schneider era.

Art Thiel: Should Seahawks make QB Jackson their top pick?

With Russell Wilson’s contract up after the 2019 season, it’s a move that makes sense in a lot of ways

Art Thiel: Leiweke hire a big score for NHL team in Seattle

The former Seahawks and Sounders CEO was named the CEO and president of the prospective NHL team.

Thiel: Mariners will need some luck to end playoff drought

Seattle was cautious in the offseason, but that can’t happen in July if the team’s contending

Art Thiel: For Sherman, 3 minutes of free agency was plenty

It’s easy for some fans to villainize the cornerback for leaving, but in fact, the team left him.

Art Thiel: Seahawks free agency pivots around Thomas

Seattle’s decision on whether to keep its star safety will signal the team’s plans for the season.