Super Bowl XLVIII
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.
Super Bowl-winning quarterback Russell Wilson has won the Good Guy Award from the Professional Football Writers of America for his professional approach to helping the journalists do their job.
Marshawn Lynch just didn’t feel like going to the White House.
Seattle’s rookie class got indoctrinated into the Seahawks’ style and Pete Carroll’s approach this past weekend.
When the quarterbacks started to slide, the No. 32 pick in the NFL draft owned by the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks became a desired landing spot.
Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse joined the Steve Sandmeyer Show on Tuesday.
Earl Thomas is the latest member of the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks to be rewarded.
Cinerama is hosting viewing parties of the film “Super Bowl XLVIII Champions Seattle Seahawks” April 20-30. Tickets for each show are $12 and can be purchased at Cinerama.com, 12% of all ticket sales will be donated to “Ben’s Fund.”
Kevin Major of Rant Sports lists “secondary help” as one of the biggest 2014 NFL Draft needs for Seattle, noting that two power players in Seattle’s secondary — Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas — are going to be free agents after next season.
To start off the 2014 NFL preseason, the Seattle Seahawks will head to Denver to face off with the Denver Broncos — a rematch of Super Bowl XLVIII, only this time on the Broncos’ home turf.