Golden Tate is certain he won’t be taking part in a “Lambeau Leap” should the Seattle Seahawks wide receiver find his way into the end zone on Friday night.
With Harvin’s injured hip suddenly becoming a major issue right at the start of training camp, the roles for Baldwin and receiver Golden Tate could be changing or expanding. That’s fine by them, since both believe they are more than what their defined roles have been in the past.
Golden Tate and Stephen Williams both made sensational pass catches to highlight the first day of Seahawks training camp in front of a large and loud crowd at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton. Williams played 11 games for the Arizona Cardinals the past 2 seasons.
Dan Tylicki of the Bleacher Report breaks down the biggest battles that’ll be happening at the Seahawks’ 2013 training camp — one area that is often overlooked is the team’s loaded receiving corps.
Shorter show today due to Seattle Storm Basketball broadcast so Steve & Bill recap guests from this week with Root Sports NW’s baseball analyst Bill Krueger, Seattle Seahawk LB K.J. Wright, Seattle Seahawk WR Golden Tate, and CBS Sports NBA reporter Zach […]
Steve & Bill talk with Seattle Seahawks WR Golden Tate, CBS Sports golf reporter Kyle Porter, Prospect Insider founder Jason Churchill, and CBS Sports Radio Host John Feinstein. Listen to the 3:00 p.m. hour HERE. Listen to the 4:00 p.m. hour HERE. Listen to […]
The Bleacher Report’s Joel Reuter gathers a list of ten of the NFL’s stars who could have pursued a career in Major League Baseball.
Draft a speed-burning youngster. Trade for an explosive play-maker. Sign a proven veteran free-agent? How about a combination of those for the Seattle Seahawks as they look to improve the passing game in 2013 and beyond. First […]
Wilson’s lightning-quick development into a superstar was probably the biggest surprise in the entire NFL this season, and the Seattle defense’s failure against Atlanta in the playoffs had to be a close second.
After playing a complete dud of a game in the first half, the Hawks rallied behind Russell Wilson to take the lead — and then gave it up in a loss that was both heartbreaking and encouraging.