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Kevin Brown was laid off in the aftermath of the coronavirus pandemic after 18 years at The Herald.
More than 80% of voters gave Seattle either a B or a C for their 2020 NFL draft.
Seattle made eight selections, some of which met expectations and some of which didn’t.
Most fans believe the former Lake Stevens star will be a second- or third-round pick in the NFL draft.
The Lake Stevens High School graduate and UW quarterback is expected to be an early-round selection.
However, there was also strong support for bolstering the offensive line.
The NFL draft is taking place as scheduled on April 23-25, so which position should Seattle target?
More than half of voters want Seattle to bring back the star defensive end, but only at a reasonable cost.
Seattle’s star defensive end remains on the free-agent market. Should the Seahawks bring him back?
More than two-thirds of voters said their best Mariners memories come from Seattle’s first playoff run.
With the start of baseball season delayed, we conjure up positives from past Seattle seasons.
Let us know what sport you’re missing most by voting in our poll
Nearly two-thirds of voters thought the Zags were going at least to the Final Four.
The Bulldogs would have headed into the since-canceled tournament as one of the favorites.
Comments from readers suggest most are disappointed sports have been shut down, but understand why.
Two-thirds of fans weren’t deterred by coronavirus — before sports started being suspended Wednesday.
Are you changing your attendance at sporting events as a health precaution?
The Grizzlies received 42% of the vote among the 10 local prep basketball teams headed to state.
Ten local teams are taking part in the high school state basketball tournaments this week.
The Dragons’ winning home opener wasn’t the best football, but Seattle fans loved it anyway.