Many teams which are fortunate enough to make it to the Super Bowl aren’t prepared to deal with the circus atmosphere, becoming distracted with the fan parties and media hype. While few Seahawks players have […]
The Seahawks launched their Superbowl practices in Renton with #11 joining the offense. Receiver/ return man Percy Harvin was a full participant, obviously receiving clearance from team doctors and an independent neurologist following a concussion […]
As the Seahawks head into Sunday’s NFC championship game against San Francisco, Brandon Mebane has the most seniority of the four players still on Seattle’s roster from before the arrival of head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider.
There was an overwhelming sense of accomplishment in Seattle’s locker room after the Seahawks knocked off the St. Louis Rams 27-9 on Sunday to wrap up the NFC West title and home-field advantage throughout the playoffs.
Lynch still banged up, but with only two of the eight players listed as out this week (Lynch is not one of them), things don’t look bad for Seattle.
The Seattle Seahawks are dealing with several injuries along their defensive line ahead of the final preseason game against the Oakland Raiders on Thursday night.
Marshawn Lynch, Max Unger, Russell Okung, Earl Thomas and Leon Washington were all deserving choices, while Richard Sherman and Chris Clemons were left out.
Among the other Seattle players having great seasons are punter Jon Ryan, safety Kam Chancellor and center Max Unger. Richard Sherman and Brandon Mebane are not getting the same recognition despite their own stellar seasons.
After shutting down Cam Newton and the explosive Carolina Panthers, holding them to 190 yards and three points, Seattle now ranks No. 1 in the league in yards allowed and No. 2 in scoring defense.
Quarterback Russell Wilson and the Seattle Seahawks offense continue to play very inconsistently, but they managed to get the winning touchdown late in the third quarter after Seattle cornerback Brandon Browner stole the ball from Carolina Panthers running back DeAngelo Williams at the Carolina 29-yard line.