Seattle Releases Former Starting Center Patrick LewisThe Seattle Seahawks have released former starting center Patrick Lewis as part of roster moves Tuesday to reach the mandatory 75-man limit.
Smith Getting Thrown In Immediately For SeattleKevin Smith was promoted to the 53-man roster on Tuesday
Seahawks Release WR Chris MatthewsThe Seattle Seahawks have released wide receiver Chris Matthews and signed wide receiver Kevin Smith from the practice squad.
Seahawks Whittle Down Roster Ahead Of Deadline The Seattle Seahawks have announced eight roster cuts ahead of Tuesday's 75-man roster deadline.
Sankey, Others Participate In UW Pro DayDozens of NFL Scouts from at least 19 NFL teams attended Washington's pro day, Wednesday. Among the players participating were former quarterback Keith Price, tight end Austin Sefarian-Jenkins, running back Bishop Sankey and wide receivers Kevin Smith and James Johnson.
UW Receiver Kevin Smith A Shining Example Of The Progress One Can Make In Four YearsIn four years, Smith has progressed from the "athlete" he came in as, to one of the more polished receivers Washington has produced in the last decade.
Dion: UW Wilts In The Desert Against Sun Devils
Huskies Defense Surrenders 53 Points In LossThe Washington Huskies allowed more than 300 rushing yards in a 53-24 loss to the Arizona State Sun Devils.
Dion: Marcus Mariota, Oregon Too Much For HuskiesWashington didn't get it done. The Huskies starting QB Keith Price didn't get it done. The Washington defense didn't get it done. The coaching staff was also found wanting. All across the board, Washington was inferior to the Ducks (6-0) on October 12th.
Washington Sees Many Similarities In OregonNo. 16 Washington (4-1, 1-1) will be looking to put the heartbreaking loss at No. 5 Stanford behind them as they host the second-ranked Ducks, a team that hasn't lost on the road since falling 51-42 to Stanford in 2009, a span of 18 games.
Dion: Special Teams Dooms HuskiesThe call was heartbreaking, especially after the fight the team showed for 58 minutes to give itself an opportunity to win.
Stanford Outlasts Washington, 31-28Ty Montgomery had several drops and one of his worst games in a loss at Washington last season. A year later, he turned in a breakout performance that saved Stanford.

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