Seahawks Find Some Balance, Toughness In Win Over PatriotsThe Seahawks put together perhaps their most balanced 60 minutes on both sides of the ball this season
Seahawks' Michael Bennett, Kam Chancellor Ruled Out Verse SaintsSeattle released its final injury report Friday, Bennett was on the list with a knew injury.
Seen And Heard: Seahawks Camp Monday August 1
Russell Wilson 3rd On List Of Top Selling Players
Seahawks Vs. Panthers: Five QuestionsThe Seattle Seahawks visit the Carolina Panthers this weekend in a rematch of a regular-season game the Panthers won in Seattle. The outcome was sealed by a touchdown pass from Cam Newton to a wide-open Greg Olsen. We look back to that week six game for answers to questions about how the result could be different in round two of the playoffs.
Team Grades: Seahawks Survive Steelers 39-30, Move One Game Over .500Seattle (6-5), which all but needed this win to remain relevant in the NFC playoff picture, grabbed a fourth quarter lead, then held off a late Pittsburgh (6-5) attempt at a comeback, scoring a 39-30 win Sunday.
Cardinals' Iupati Returns To Practice After Scare In SeattleIupati was injured during a violent collision with the Seahawks' Kam Chancellor in the second quarter of Arizona's 39-32 victory.
The Good (And The Bad) Of Seattle's 27-23 Loss To CarolinaThe loss marked the third time this season Seattle has blown a fourth quarter lead
Chancellor's Big Play Allows Seattle To Beat Detroit 13-10With one big punch, Kam Chancellor showed his importance to the Seattle Seahawks.
Seahawks Activate Star Safety Kam ChancellorThe Seattle Seahawks activated star safety Kam Chancellor and waived safety Dion Bailey on Saturday, a day before their home game against the Chicago Bears.
Chancellor expected to play SundaySeattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor is expected to play Sunday against the Chicago Bears after ending his holdout earlier this week.
Injury Report: Chancellor Returns To Team, Lynch Has Limited PracticeAfter opening the season with back-to-back losses in St. Louis and Green Bay, the Seahawks hope the friendly confines of the Pacific Northwest the next two weeks (games with Chicago and Detroit) will be just what the doctor ordered. The first of those contests has the also winless Chicago Bears coming to Seattle for an afternoon tilt this Sunday.