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If history is any indicator, Seattle’s defense is about to take a major step back without the star safety.
Voters mostly give Seattle a C or a B for its 2018 season, which concluded last Sunday.
Seattle finished with the fifth-best record in franchise history, but missed the playoffs yet again.
Although this season was a success, there aren’t many signs that the future is bright in Seattle.
Readers remain split about what the Seahawks should do about their disgruntled star free safety.
Seattle’s All-Pro safety is playing well, but also causing headaches as he pushes for a trade.
The Seahawk safety picks off two passes in Sunday’s win over the Cowboys — but he’s still not happy
UW’s offense starts to click behind improved play by the offensive line
They open their 16th season Friday in Langley, British Columbia, against the Vancouver Giants.
Everett’s season begins Friday, and half the voters anticipate another U.S. Division championship.
What will Everett do as an encore after winning division and conference titles last season?
Seattle Seahawks fans have spent the past week channeling their inner Keyshawn Johnson. With regards to Chris Carson, they’ve clambered to the peak of Mount… Continue reading
The voters overwhelmingly favored the second-year player as Seattle’s primary ball carrier.
Seattle did not have a running back get the main workload in its season-opening loss to Denver.
Here’s a look at what won’t happen this season in Seattle.
Nearly two-thirds of the voters predicted Seattle to finish .500 or worse.
Seattle’s season starts Sunday, and the Seahawks hope to extend their streak of winning records.
When I think of the history of the Puget Sound region’s two football behemoths, the NFL’s Seattle Seahawks and the NCAA’s University of Washington Huskies,… Continue reading
By more than a three-to-one ratio voters picked No. 6 Washington to beat No. 9 Auburn on Saturday.
College football begins Saturday with a biggie between the No. 6 Huskies and No. 9 Tigers.