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Taking a look at what won’t happen for Seattle this season.
Seventy percent predict the Lake Stevens H.S. grad will throw 20 or more TDs for the Huskies this season.
The Lake Stevens High School graduate has been named the University of Washington’s starting quarterback.
Many say Everett will decline this season, but it has defied those odds time and time again.
Nearly two-thirds of responders said they wouldn’t bring Felix back next season on a low-cost deal.
Seattle’s longtime ace pitcher becomes a free agent this offseason, and he may be available on the cheap.
Herald writer Nick Patterson finds out why ‘setup’ is such a big deal for race-car drivers.
Paxton Lynch was the runaway choice by voters to serve as the Seattle Seahawks’ backup quarterback.
Geno Smith, Paxton Lynch and J.T. Barrett are currently battling it out to back up Russell Wilson.
‘In terms of level of difficulty, that was probably a 10,’ COO Zoran Rajcic said of the daunting task.
However, voters also gave significant support to his 18 seasons with the Mariners and “The Double.”
The Seattle Mariners legend and Baseball Hall of Famer has his No. 11 retired by the team Saturday.
Seventy percent of voters predict Seattle will win both its upcoming games at Angel of the Winds Arena.
The reigning WNBA-champion Seattle Storm return to Angel of the Winds Arena on Friday and Aug. 8.
Seattle has one more season before its big-spending ramifications truly kick in.
More than half the voters labeled the pass rush as Seattle’s biggest issue heading into training camp.
Seattle opens training camp Thursday with several key questions hanging over the team.
Combining baseball and Pop! culture, Funko Fridays at Funko Field in Everett are a sight to behold.
Nearly four-fifths of voters chose the Sue Bird over partner Megan Rapinoe as the greater sports star.
The Seattle sports power couple includes an icon of soccer and an icon of basketball.