Baldwin said that despite the commotion about Harvin’s trade and the subsequent loss, the mood around the locker room is good
3-3: The win-loss record of both the Seattle Seahawks and the Panthers. One team will be left with a sub- .500 record Sunday evening
Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks are attempting to regroup after a tumultuous week that saw the trade of receiver Percy Harvin to the New York Jets, and a second straight loss for the first two-game losing streak since the middle of the 2012 season.
Seattle was burned for three big plays and couldn’t climb out of an early hole in a 28-26 loss on Sunday
The Seattle Seahawks are short-handed at tight end for Sunday’s game at St. Louis, with backup Luke Willson listed as inactive due to a groin injury
Marsh broke a bone on the outside of his foot during practice
Hall of Fame QB Warren Moon reacts to the Percy Harvin trade on 1090 The Fan.
After five games this season with the Seattle Seahawks, questions remain about whether Harvin can be more of an option as a pass catcher down the field
Pete Carroll Carroll was peppered with questions about Australian National Rugby League star Jarryd Hayne after Hayne announced his plans to seek a chance in the NFL. Seattle has been linked to Hayne because of his recent visit to the Pacific Northwest during which he took in the University of Washington and took a tour of the Seahawks facility.
Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin said Wednesday that his heated postgame comments following the Seahawks’ loss to Dallas were understood by his teammates and he “felt like it needed to be said.”