Gastineau: Sherman Willing To Do Whatever It Took To Make It In The NFLSherman has become such a presence with the Hawks and in the NFL that it’s sometimes difficult to remember that he wasn’t drafted until the fifth round in 2011 and at the time the Hawks were probably reaching a bit because they were taking a guy who had been recruited to Stanford as a wide receiver.
Gastineau: The NFL Got California Wrong. Four Times.Watching the Seahawks slog and slug their way to a win in Los Angeles last week I was struck by two thoughts.
Toppling Troubling Opponent Has Seahawks Flying Into ByeBy toppling one of their more troubling opponents, the Seattle Seahawks went into their bye week on Monday back in control of the NFC West.
Gastineau: Big Game For Seattle And Thomas RawlsLast week’s column dealt with the inconsistencies and massive personnel changes in the offensive line. By comparison the running back position has been a non-stop revolving door the past two-plus seasons after two-plus decades of stability.
Are the Rams Real? Seahawks to Find Out in West ShowdownSeattle presents the Rams' most daunting challenge yet, despite the Seahawks' early-season road losses to Green Bay and Tennessee.
Seahawks Hoping Thomas Rawls Can Find His Role AgainWith rookie Chris Carson now on injured reserve, it's now Thomas Rawls' opportunity to reclaim a spot he first earned two years ago as a rookie.
Odhiambo Back Practicing for Seahawks After Scary IncidentLeft tackle Rees Odhiambo is back on the practice field for the Seahawks after a scary incident following Seattle's win over the Indianapolis Colts.
Gastineau: Seahawks Seek Elusive Offensive Line StabilityIn a position group that relies on consistency and stability, Seattle has sent 21 different men out to start a game on the offensive line since their win over the Broncos in Super Bowl 48.
Carroll Praises Seahawks Balancing Activism With FootballEncouraging his players to be active and outspoken on social issues and in the community is part of the foundation to Pete Carroll's program in Seattle.
Seahawks Showing Rare Vulnerability to Big PlaysThrough three games, Seattle has allowed three touchdowns of more than 30 yards, including two long TDs in Sunday's 33-27 loss to Tennessee.
Another Sluggish Seahawks Opener Brings Up Old QuestionsSunday's loss to the Packers revived all the concerns about the offensive line that Seattle had tried to downplay.
Keidel: Packers Beat Seahawks, As Green Bay Welcomes NFL SeasonThe Packers beat the Seahawks, 17-9, in an exciting and well-played season opener that lacked the expected high scoring.
Packers Beat Seahawks 17-9 To Take NFC Heavyweight MatchSeattle managed just three field goals. Wilson was held to 14 of 27 for 158 yards. The Packers held decisive edges in total yardage (370-225) and first downs (26-12). Green Bay held the ball for 39 minutes.
Bennett Brothers Reunite When Seahawks, Packers MeetOnce the game kicks off, the Bennett brothers probably won't have to face each other on the field. But the matchup between Seattle's tough-as-nails defense and Green Bay's potent offense should be intriguing.
Seahawks Teammates Throw Support Behind Michael BennettBennett received significant support from his Seattle Seahawks teammates on Wednesday, hours after his statement alleging racially motivated excessive force by the Last Vegas police.