San Diego Chargers
While the college football scene takes a break between the regular season and the bowl schedule, I’ll be focusing on the NFL this week. There aren’t a lot of big-time matchups, but from here on […]
Tarvaris Jackson and Brady Quinn, had nice performances in a 31-10 victory over San Diego on Thursday night in Mike McCoy’s debut as Chargers coach.
Steve & Bill talk with Sports Press NW co-founder Art Thiel, San Diego Chargers color commentator Hank Bauer, San Francisco 49ers Play by Play announcer Dennis O’ Donnell, and NFL Network reporter Ian Rapoport Listen to the 3:00 p.m. hour HERE. Listen to […]
After Russell Wilson makes a few easy throws and Marshawn Lynch gets a couple token carries against the Chargers tonight, it’s time to watch some key position battles. I will be paying attention to defensive linemen and cornerbacks, receivers and running backs.
No helmets, no music, no fans. It was a weird feeling watching Wednesday’s light Seahawks practice at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton. The players essentially ran half-speed plays with no contact, and no fans allowed in to watch the session.
Percy Harvin is back in Seahawks camp! No, he won’t be playing anytime soon. Seattle’s prized offensive threat was seen on crutches at the VMAC in Renton. Harvin is starting his long road to full health after surgery to repair a damaged hip.
80 degree sunshine greeted players and fans at Seahawks camp in Renton. The team had helmets, but no pads today. Highlights during the 11 on 11 drills included a Brady Quinn 50 yard touchdown pass […]
The Seahawks will begin play the weekend of August 8-11 in San Diego against the Chargers. They’ll also face the Green Bay Packers in Week 3 in Green Bay — that game will be televised on national TV.
The NFL announced the first big change because of flex scheduling for the season on Monday. The Seahawks’ game against the San Francisco 49ers will be the Sunday Night Football game, bumping the Chargers-Jets match-up to an afternoon game.
Former NFL quarterback Ryan Leaf pleaded guilty Tuesday to charges that he broke into a Montana home and illegally possessed painkillers, part of a deal with prosecutors that recommends he spend nine months in a secure drug treatment facility.