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
Sherman had enough to say for everyone, including a thought about the media responsibilities of his less than loquacious teammate in a league that demands its players be accountable but is often not accountable itself
Marshawn Lynch was a hit during Media Day by repeatedly saying “I’m here so I don’t get fined,” but the NFL still might take a chunk out of his wallet for a hat he was wearing.
We’re just four days away from Super Bowl XLIX, and Tuesday’s latest projections have seen secondary ticket prices begin to fall from the record highs experienced over the weekend.
Tom Brady began winning Super Bowls when Russell Wilson was still a teenager, tuning in to see the big game on TV
Steve, Bill and Jason talk with Sports Press NW co-founder Art Thiel, Seahawks Tight End Luke Willson, Sports columnist for The Hearld John Boyle, NFL Hall of Famer Warren Moon, USA Today NFL reporter Jarrett Bell, and Lead NFL analyst for […]
“People hate us because, you know, when you talk a lot of smack, people usually hate you,” said Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett.
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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