Doug Baldwin used his cut-out likeness as a prop while Richard Sherman faced the crowd head-on and called out the NFL for their policies regarding Marshawn Lynch‘s fines for not talking to the press, and for what players can and cannot endorse.
For at least a week the message of “focus” has been embraced, capped by the Seahawks’ 19-3 win over Arizona on Sunday. The question now is whether it can carry forward on a short week Thursday night against San Francisco.
Thomas answered questions about everything from his favorite moment from Super Bowl XLVIII (his answer might surprise you), who he thinks the funniest guy on the team is, and whether or not Russell Wilson is a robot (spoiler alert: he’s not).
Pete Carroll was there to meet the team, along with a number of players, including cornerback Richard Sherman, safety Earl Thomas and wide receiver Doug Baldwin
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Showing no intimidation toward Seattle’s hard-hitting defense or the noisy 12th Man, the Cowboys leaned on Murray’s rushing game
Days after dismissing Washington’s Pierre Garcon as a receiver who “doesn’t matter,” Richard Sherman had entirely different words for Bryant, one of the league’s most productive receivers since the Cowboys drafted him in 2010.
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Seattle’s run defense will get a major test facing DeMarco Murray when Dallas comes to town on Sunday
That final drive also produced Wilson’s final how-did-he-do-that highlight