Pete Carroll was there to meet the team, along with a number of players, including cornerback Richard Sherman, safety Earl Thomas and wide receiver Doug Baldwin
Seattle Seahawks players are standing up for quarterback Russell Wilson after a recent report indicated some on the team felt he wasn’t “black enough.”
Russell Wilson used Seattle’s 13-9 victory over the Carolina Panthers on Sunday as proof that things are just fine with the defending Super Bowl champions
Former Seahawks safety and Huskies star Lawyer Milloy talked about both of his local affiliations, including the Dawgs’ chances of ending a long losing streak to the Ducks.
Carroll came away from Sunday’s 26-20 overtime win over Denver believing the Seahawks played better defensively than they did in the Super Bowl
Seattle’s vaunted defense was on the field most of the game, unable to stop the Chargers. At one point, Thomas received an IV.
Sometime during the offseason, Bobby Wagner decided it was time for the Seattle Seahawks linebackers to start getting attention
Cornerback Jeremy Lane, the Seahawks’ nickel back who plays against slot receivers, was placed on injured reserve with a groin injury Monday with the designation to return. He will miss at least the next eight weeks before he can rejoin the active roster.
Already with a defense expected to be among the best in the NFL again, Wilson and the Seahawks can only hope the offensive efficiency of the past two weeks continues into the regular season
Smith intercepted a pass with one hand and returned it for a touchdown, surrounded by chants of “MVP!”