Top Fantasy Football Waiver Wire Pickups For Week 3Fantasy Football is back and one of the most important things to master is the waiver wire. Check out our top waiver picks for this week!
AP Source: Seahawks Get Richardson From Jets For KearseA person with direct knowledge of the deal says the Seattle Seahawks have made a big splash just before the start of the regular season by acquiring defensive tackle Sheldon Richardson from the New York Jets in exchange for wide receiver Jermaine Kearse and a second-round draft pick.
Report: Kearse Staying In Seattle, Signs Three-Year Deal With 'HawksThe 26-year-old wide receiver reportedly reached an agreement on a new, three-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks
Sherman On Baldwin's Record-Breaking Season: 'There's Nobody Who Deserves It More'Seattle's Doug Baldwin landed himself in the history books during Seattle's 30-13 win over the Cleveland Browns Sunday.
Big Day By Wilson Comes With Loss Of Graham For SeahawksThe Seahawks are above .500 for the first time all season
Kearse Signs RFA Tender; Our Favorite Clutch Kearse TouchdownsIn his three seasons with Seattle, Kearse 63 receptions on 114 targets for 914 yards and five touchdowns. His most famous receptions have come at key moments for Seattle
Report: Seahawks Tender WR Jermaine KearseThe second-round tender offered by Seattle amounts to a one-year deal worth $2.356 million, according to ESPN NFL reporter Field Yates
Baldwin Headlines Group Of Unheralded Receivers"It's thrown in my face day in and day out," Doug Baldwin says. "I have friends that text-message me whatever is out there. I don't mind it because I use it for extra motivation. I have a shirt underneath my sweatshirt that says, 'Pedestrians with attitude.' We enjoy the label because we embrace it."
Seahawks' Epic Win Defies The OddsHow Seattle went from 0.10 percent win probability to the Super Bowl
Fan Who Caught Seahawks' Kearse TD Ball Looking For Big Score Before Serving Jail TimeThe lucky fan who caught the game-winning touchdown ball at the NFC Championship game at CenturyLink Field may return the ball to the Seahawks wide receiver who threw it into the stands.
Seattle's 2012 Draft Class Providing Difference For SeahawksWithin their inner circle, Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, general manager John Schneider and staff quietly speculated that their 2012 draft class would be special, despite the critics' derision
Seattle Receivers Understand Role In Seahawks OffenseSeattle's receivers stood out in the win over the Panthers. Jermaine Kearse had a career day with 129 yards receiving and a 63-yard touchdown. Doug Baldwin caught his first touchdown since Week 14. Tight end Luke Willson led Seattle with four catches, two of them coming on a decisive drive in the fourth quarter that Willson capped with a 25-yard TD catch.