Russell Wilson turned 26 on Saturday. How much does the two-time Pro Bowler, one-time Super Bowl champ have left in the tank?
Earl Thomas mic'd up. "My teammates give me life. They fix my weaknesses."
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"It’s a lot more fun than it was even last year, actually, to be honest. We’re just letting it loose on defense," Avril said. "We’re out there not caring. It’s us against the world. That’s the mentality we’ve got right now."
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One indisputable fact is that the 49ers’ offensive coordinator has not been able to push the right buttons with a seemingly talented unit that has underperformed to the largest degree this season.
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Sherman’s picks were his second and third this season and the 22nd and 23rd of his four-year career. No defensive back has more since Sherman entered the NFL as a fifth-round draft choice out of Stanford in 2011 and, in fact, no DB is close.
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I’ll go even farther than that. I have a strange feeling that the Harbaugh-era in San Francisco is already over and I vehemently disagree with Jed York if he chooses to fire Harbaugh.
If it happens, Seattle traveling to play whichever wretched team wins the NFC South, the Seahawks can hardly complain. They should be happy they will almost certainly have company sharing some dubious NFL history.
In moments of chaos, quarterback Russell Wilson is a bank robber, a master of heist who reacts to the anarchy in front of him by first preparing escape routes.
he source said Foles can't take a hit yet, but he can step up strengthening exercises, with an eye toward full clearance 6 to 8 weeks from the Nov. 2 break.
The 54-year-old Talley, who played with the Bills from 1982 through 1994, said he suffers from depression, lost his business and has thought about suicide. "I'm not convinced I'm dead yet, but the future doesn't look bright," Talley told the newspaper.
The veteran defensive end plans to retire after completing his 11th pro season.
Saturday is Russell Wilson’s 26th birthday, and it’s hard to believe he’s still that young because all of the things the Seahawks’ third-year quarterback has accomplished – on and off the field.