As he basked in winning his first Super Bowl title, Russell Wilson thought back to all the times he was overlooked.
Somewhere along the way, “pedestrian” became a favored word for the Seattle Seahawks’ receivers. Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse and Golden Tate each used the word in some fashion after the Seahawks beat San Francisco to win the NFC championship Sunday.
Pete Carroll called a special team meeting early last week to make sure that coming off a division victory over San Francisco in Week 2, the Seahawks didn’t jump ahead to an anticipated Week 4 matchup at Houston. Their focus was where Carroll wanted it last weekend and the Seahawks now have a shot at being 4-0 for the first time.
The Seattle Seahawks have placed left tackle Russell Okung on injured reserve with a designation to return after injuring a toe against the San Francisco 49ers last week.
Expectations are so high in the Seattle Seahawks locker room that what’s impressive to others is merely acceptable to them.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll says the team does not have any new information yet on the second examination on the hip of injured wide receiver Percy Harvin.
Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks started organized team activities with very little talk about anything that took place on the field.
The Minnesota Vikings have agreed to exchange star wide receiver Percy Harvin for draft picks from the Seahawks, according to CBSSports.com’s Mike Freeman.
Marshawn Lynch ran for 131 yards, and rookie quarterback Russell Wilson completed 15 of 26 passes for 187 yards and ran eight times for 67 yards for the Seahawks — but the underlining story of the game was Seattle’s top-notch defense from the second quarter on.