Whether or not Seattle wins Super Bowl XLIX Sunday, the Seahawks are expected to make Russell Wilson the highest-paid quarterback in the National Football League. It’s a move that could potentially alter the unique advantage Seattle has had over the rest of the NFL for the past two seasons. The Seahawks may really have to consider their salary cap flexibility.
Former sports agent Joel Corry explains why Wilson’s anticipated contract shouldn’t keep the Seahawks from retaining Marshawn Lynch
Tom Brady began winning Super Bowls when Russell Wilson was still a teenager, tuning in to see the big game on TV
A few Seahawks players showed off their salsa moves break during Super Bowl Media Day
Players spoke about facing off against old friends, how this season feels different from the previous one, and what it feels like to be back at the Super Bowl
A year ago, no player on Seattle’s active 53-man roster had appeared in a Super Bowl. This Sunday, well over half of that championship roster will return to play in Super Bowl XLIX.
Before practice this week, the soft-spoken Smith reflected on that spectacular moment in his four year professional football career.
Two years later, it’s a much bigger stage for the teams’ second meeting
New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick says Russell Wilson reminds him of former Dallas Cowboy and Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach
How Seattle went from 0.10 percent win probability to the Super Bowl