Just like last week, the Seahawks Injury list is in the double digits. Unlike last week, where most of the injured players were backups, seven of the 13 players listed are starters.
This is one of those rare games where just about everything went right for the Seahawks. No individual had spectacular numbers, but as a team Seattle played great, simply giving the ball to whoever was open. The ‘Hawks didn’t have a single receiver or running back break the catch-yard mark but when you total nearly 600 yards as a team (479 yards of total offense and 110 return yards), you’re doing just fine.
After just 2½ quarters, Russell Wilson traded his helmet for a baseball cap. The SeattleSeahawks’ domination of Jacksonville went as everyone expected.
An overnight rain shower soaked the grass fields of the Seahawks practice complex in Renton, so the team held its short walk-through session indoors. Players wore shorts and t-shirts, no helmets or pads. Heck, there […]
Roster moves and injuries were big news coming out of Monday’s practice in Renton. The most significant story is the Seahawks placing rookie defensive tackle Jesse Williams on injured reserve. The Australian native and University […]
Zach is back! After sitting out all of training camp with a foot injury, tight end Zach Miller has slowly working his way into Seahawks practice, with a goal of being fully healthy for the […]
Can you cover punts? Can you block on kickoffs? If so, you just might win one of the coveted 53 spots on the 2013 Seattle Seahawks roster.
The Seattle Seahawks felt they would be set at tight end after selecting Luke Willson in the fifth round of April’s draft. With veterans Zach Miller and Anthony McCoy returning to fill the top two spots on the depth chart, Willson would come in as a third option to solidly the back end of the Seahawks’ roster.
Golden Tate and Stephen Williams both made sensational pass catches to highlight the first day of Seahawks training camp in front of a large and loud crowd at the Virginia Mason Athletic Center in Renton. Williams played 11 games for the Arizona Cardinals the past 2 seasons.
After playing a complete dud of a game in the first half, the Hawks rallied behind Russell Wilson to take the lead — and then gave it up in a loss that was both heartbreaking and encouraging.