Percy Harvin of Seattle Seahawks will not be activated for game against St. Louis Rams - ESPN
The wait will continue for Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin.
Pass protection continues to be an issue for Seahawks, Russell Wilson | Seahawks | The Seattle Times
By just about any metric used, Seattle’s pass protection has been at best an issue and at worst a problem, especially the past month when the team has been without starting right tackle Breno Giacomini and left tackle Russell Okung.
Bobby Wagner, Golden Tate practice without limitation - 710sports.com
Percy Harvin's status for the Seahawks' Monday night game against St. Louis remains a mystery, but Friday's practice did bring some positive news regarding two other injured starters. - Blog 710 ESPN Seattle at 710sports.com
Michael Robinson set for return to Seahawks' backfield - 710sports.com
"I saw that he was willing to take the game to a place – and all the Seahawks – they were willing to take the game to a place that the Arizona Cardinals just weren't willing to match, they weren't willing to go there," Robinson said. "Especially in the fourth quarter, Marshawn just beat 'em up. That is what you want to do. ... That is playoff football."
Risk vs. reward part of the deal with Seattle Seahawks' Russell Wilson - ESPN
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell know that every time Russell Wilson runs with the ball there's risk involved to the one player this team can't afford to lose.
What they said: Pete Carroll | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Here’s what Seahawks coach Pete Carroll had to say after practice today:
Seahawks injuries: Coleman, Giacomini, Johnson ruled out | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Seattle’s official injury report for Monday’s game at St. Louis has been released and lists three players as out — OT Breno Giacomini (knee), FB Derrick Coleman (hamstring) and S Jeron Johnson (ankle).
Saturday Seahawks notes: Harvin won’t play, but Wagner will | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
There were two definitive declarations from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll following Saturday’s practice — receiver Percy Harvin won’t play against the St. Louis Rams Monday but middle linebacker Bobby Wagner will.
Morning links: Views on head trauma vary | Seahawks Insider - The News Tribune
Max Unger Have you had a concussion? It seems a lot of the impact at the line of scrimmage is overlooked in this discussion) “I had one concussion in college. We’re more of the repeated hits. We don’t get the big collisions. It’s still there. It’s still something that we think about. I don’t want to play this game too long. Get a higher percentage of some form of concussion-related brain damage. It’s definitely scary, I try not to watch any of the stuff about it.”
Former Seahawk Dave Wyman on football and concussions | Seahawks Insider - The News Tribune
Had a chance to have a good conversation with former Seahawks, Broncos and Stanford Cardinal linebacker Dave Wyman, who does radio work for 710 ESPN and television work for Q13 Fox’s Seahawks Saturday Night.
Russell Wilson counted on to make good decisions | HeraldNet.com - Sports
In less than two quarters, we saw the very best and very worst of Russell Wilson's playmaking ability on display.
Seattle Seahawks Blog - Hawk Blogger: Passer Rating For Quarterbacks Excel Formula
This is a post for the geeky minority of you, who like me, have been unhappy with the search results thus far for what you would think should be all over the InterWebs. Passer rating, or quarterback rating as some incorrectly refer to it, is among the most convoluted of all long-time NFL statistics.
What Mario Manningham's Return Means to the 49ers Offense Moving Forward | Bleacher Report
After a 1-2 start to the 2013 season, the San Francisco 49ers had ventured into unfamiliar territory. The franchise wasn’t accustomed to losing back-to-back games under head ...
6 Fun and Relevant Facts About the Seattle Seahawks Heading into Week 8 | Bleacher Report
This is a long week between games for the Seattle Seahawks . Long weeks like this one provide an opportunity to dig through websites like Pro Football Reference and pull out some random and fun facts from Seattle's history...
Sunday Primer: Week 8 - NFL.com
Geno Smith's New York Jets take on Geno Atkins' Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. Will we see some Geno-on-Geno crime? Get ready for Sunday's games with our weekly primer.
Bills' Mario Williams on pace for NFL sack record - NFL.com
Mario Williams is having a turn-around season. If he keeps up his current pace, the Buffalo Bills defensive end could make it a record-setting season.
Goodell: Aldon Smith's rehab a factor in any discipline - NFL.com
Aldon Smith entered rehab a month ago. The voluntary time away from the San Francisco 49ers will be taken into consideration when factoring any potential NFL discipline, Commissioner Roger Goodell said.
Five reasons why we're in on 49ers-Jags from London - NFL.com
Colin Kaepernick's San Francisco 49ers are expected to crush the Jacksonsville Jaguars at Wembley. So why should fans care? Dan Hanzus says there's intrigue just beneath the surface.
Greg Cosell’s Film Review – Jets quarterback Geno Smith is making very good progress | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
There are two things that stand out to me about Jets quarterback Geno Smith seven games into his rookie season.
Greg Cosell’s Look Ahead – The Colts took advantage of Denver’s weakness | Shutdown Corner - Yahoo Sports
Last week was a perfect negative storm for the Denver Broncos, and the Colts took advantage of it.
Six for Sunday: Linemen dropping, QBs hurting spells messy football - CBSSports.com
Teams are struggling to keep five healthy linemen on the field, which means beatings for quarterbacks. Also, it looks like Andy Dalton is ready to make a big career leap.
Finnegan closes in on return to action | ProFootballTalk
When the Rams face the Seahawks on Monday night in the game no one in St. Louis will be watching, cornerback Cortland Finnegan could be playing. Finnegan, who injured his thigh during a Week Four Thursday night game against the 49ers, officially is listed as questionable for the Monday night game...
Futures: UNC TE Eric Ebron | The Rookie Scouting Portfolio
Eric Ebron is the hot name among the NFL Draft media, but the University of North Carolina tight end isn’t some flash fire that ignited at Chapel Hill in mid-October. The Tar Heel has been ablaze for two seasons –- make it three if you count a searing 20.7 yards per catch average on 10 receptions as a freshman. Tyler Eifert, many a draftnik’s top tight end prospect in 2013’s class, is a moderate bush fire by comparison.