Former WSU Standout Hopes To Make Good On Childhood Vow To CarrollKache Palacio does not remember this, but he first met Pete Carroll when he was seven years old.
Both Offensive Tackles Remain Unsettled For SeattleGoing into the final week of the preseason, the Seattle Seahawks are solid on the interior of the offensive line.
AUDIO INTERVIEW: Richard Sherman joins Jim Rome to discuss Tyler Lockett, Pokemon Go, and a controlling NFLSherman spoke about the team's united feeling this year, why he believes Tyler Lockett will continue to be one of the better players in the league, how the NFL and NBA compare when it comes to squashing players voice and personality, and -- finally -- whether he's playing Pokemon Go.
Seattle Rolls Past Dallas 27-17Russell Wilson and Seattle's No. 1 offense played into the second half, scoring on four of its final five possessions
A Look At Thursday Night's Preseason MatchupsSeattle's focus will be on the offensive line and trying to settle on a group of five up front heading into the season
After Career Year, Seahawks' Baldwin Ready For His EncoreBaldwin is no longer "Angry Doug" all the time. His motivation remains the same, but he's now content entering his sixth season
Wedding Planner: Russell Wilson, Ciara Canceled N.C. Wedding Due To Controversial Bathroom Law“They were first getting married in North Carolina," Mindy Weiss, the couple's wedding planner, told The Knot. "But they called it off due to the transgender bathroom laws.”
Troymaine Pope Turning Heads With SeahawksDespite urging from family members to seek a job in the real word, Troymaine Pope continued to hold out hope for an NFL opportunity.
Late Interception Propels Vikings To 18-11 Win Over SeahawksWith Boykin trying to lead a late comeback for a second straight week, Sherels stepped in front of his pass intended for E.Z. Nwachukwu
Fant Going From Hoops To Football As Latest Seahawks ProjectFant's football education continues Thursday night when the Seahawks play the Minnesota Vikings
Seahawks See Progress After First Preseason WinThe standouts included the maligned starting offensive line, which held its own against Kansas City's front
Hall Of Fame Committee Selects Kenny Easley As Senior FinalistEasley was the No. 4 overall pick in the 1981 draft and played seven seasons, all in Seattle