Steve, Bill & Jason talk with Sporting News columnist Ryan Fagan, WSU Cougar QB Connor Halliday, CBS Sports NFL analyst Steve Beuerlein, Seahawks beat writer for The News Tribune Dave Boling, and Pac 12 College Football analyst Glenn Parker
Sidney Rice’s injury-plagued run with the Seattle Seahawks came to an end today when the 27-year-old announced he’s retiring from the NFL. Rice missed the final eight games of Seattle’s 2013 season after tearing his […]
Expect a boisterous, carnival-like atmosphere Friday morning when the NFL champion Seattle Seahawks open training camp in Renton, Washington. With expectations at an all time high, fans wasted no time gobbling up all of the […]
Steve & Bill talk with Sports host on 97.3 The Fan in Pittsburgh Colin Dunlap, Mariners relief pitcher Brandon Maurer, CBS Sports NFL expert Rob Rang, Mariners radio play by play announcer Aaron Goldsmith, and host of Power Alley on SiriusXM Mike Ferrin
The statue, which the fans have proposed to be placed near Century Link Field, will immortalize the cornerback’s infamous tipped pass during the 2013 NFC Championship Game.
Steve & Bill talk with New York Mets pre and post game host Bobby Ojeda, Mariners relief pitcher Danny Farquhar, CBS Sports MLB expert Mike Axisa, and Root Sports Mariners analyst Bill Krueger
After Sherman was announced the winner, he was quick to make one request: That the other members of Seattle’s ‘Legion of Boom’ be allowed to join him on the cover.
Seattle begins training camp Friday with mostly the same roster that raised the championship trophy last February in New Jersey. The Seahawks’ offseason priorities were focused on keeping their own, and they accomplished that task by signing safety Earl Thomas and cornerback Richard Sherman to long-term extensions, wide receiver Doug Baldwin to a shorter deal, bringing back defensive end Michael Bennett before he reached free agency and keeping Carroll in charge through 2016.
After being played in a minor league baseball park in Tacoma last season, Richard Sherman’s event filled the entire lower bowl of the Seattle Mariners’ home stadium from one foul pole to the other.
Not that it should come as a surprise, but Seattle is still crazy about its Super Bowl champion Seahawks