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RENTON: From Heath to “Coach” Farwell: Seahawks make unique, injured-reserve offer to keep veteran around | Seattle Seahawks | The News Tribune
Heath Farwell figured he was done.

Sound-Off Saturday results - Seattle Seahawks Blog - ESPN
Your votes are in and there are two clear winners, and one clear disappointment, from the Sound-Off Saturday survey on the start of the season for the Seattle Seahawks.

NFL hot reads: Ten key observations from Week 4
Ten snap reactions from the fourth Sunday of the NFL season:

Fantasy football aftermath: The injuries of Week 4 -
There wasn't some long list of crazy injuries in Week 4. But that meant that the ones that did happen made the fantasy owners of those guys hate it even more.

Fantasy football stats: The sleepers of Week 3 -
A sleeper is a good performance that comes out of nowhere. Rookies are often out of nowhere. Well, that makes sense.

Fantasy football stats: The worst of Week 4 -
This is the time of the week when we pick on the guys who struggled doing the thing they love. We are awful people.

Fantasy football stats: The best of Week 4 -
A lot of bad defenses in Week 4 means a lot of high-scoring means a lot of big fantasy days. If you used these guys, good job.

49ers 26, Eagles 21: Winning gets people on same page | CSN Bay Area
All of a sudden, things look a lot better for the 49ers with three-quarters of the regular-season marathon still remaining.

Deion Sanders: 49ers players want Harbaugh out | CSN Bay Area
“They want him out,” Sanders said Sunday night after a recap of the 49ers’ 26-21 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles. “They’re not on the same page.”

Injured 49ers TE Davis: 'I'm not worried about it' | CSN Bay Area
Tight end Vernon Davis underwent X-rays on his lower back on Sunday, and everything checked out fine, he said.

Deion Sanders says Michael Crabtree not his source for players not pleased with Jim Harbaugh - Niners Nation
Deion Sanders said on Sunday that 49ers players are not down with Jim Harbaugh. A day later, he says Michael Crabtree is not his source for this report.

Kawakami: Jim Harbaugh on Deion Sanders' report that the 49ers players don't like him any more: "Personally, I think it's a bunch of crap"
This was guaranteed to be a lively presser with Jim Harbaugh–day after a big win over the Eagles and as multiple reports percolate about possible discontent in the 49ers locker room. It did not disappoint and Harbaugh did not disappoint.

San Francisco 49ers get huge win, but Colin Kaepernick sputters -
Led by a suffocating defense and potent run game, the San Francisco 49ers topped the previously unbeaten Philadelphia Eagles. Adam Schein applauds the bounceback effort, but spots a looming concern.

Golden Tate shines in Lions' 24-17 win over Jets
"Excited to be a part of this," Tate said. "I'm glad that Detroit decided to take a chance. Funny thing is that the Jets had a chance to get me also. They were deciding between me and (Eric) Decker and they went with Decker, a heck of a player also. But thankful for the opportunity to be here and help contribute, help win games and bring that championship mentality. "When I signed here, it was no secret that Calvin was the best player in the league right now, best receiver. But I wanted to push him and today was the day that I needed to be the No. 1. I needed to step up and do what Calvin does, and it's not a bad thing to win games different ways."

12 For 12s Radio Welcomes Q13 Fox Sports Aaron Levine BAck in Episode #51 - 12 for 12s
Aaron Levine makes his long awaited return to "12 For 12s Radio" this week in Episode #51 as the Seahawks prepare for Week-5 of the NFL Season We'll discuss the current season and what we can expect going forward. It should be another fun-filled edition of the program. Listen LIVE at Tuesday 7pmPST or OnDEMAND on iTunes, TuneIn-Radio, Stitcher, or XBox.

Why the loss of Zach Miller hurts more than the stats suggest | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
To appreciate the value of tight end Zach Miller is often to appreciate subtly.

Harbaugh responds to reports: 'That's a bunch of crap' | CSN Bay Area
“I haven’t seen Trent or Deion around much,” Harbaugh said. He added, “Whenever you talk about unnamed sources, if somebody has a good story to tell, they want put their name to it. If you had a good story to tell, put your name to it. If I had a good story to tell, I’d want to put my name to it. I don’t give a lot of credibility to the unnamed sources.”

The Cowboys' Dez Bryant on Rappers, Receiving and Romo | Rolling Stone
The Cowboys' star on rappers, receiving and why Tony Romo is making it rain

Jaguars make a change at safety | ProFootballTalk
The Jaguars shuffled their roster last week in the wake of a third straight loss and they kicked off the week after loss No. 4 by doing the same thing. The team announced that they have released safety Winston Guy and signed safety Craig Loston off their practice squad.

The Seattle Seahawks and their doppelgangers - Seattle Seahawks & NFL News
Have you ever been watching a Seahawks game and thought, “Hey, that guys looks just like …”? You’re not alone.

Three thoughts on the Seahawks through three weeks | Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times
Here are some random thoughts and observations on the Seahawks through three games for a slow Saturday:

Churchill: Bobby Wagner, Star Linebacker « CBS Seattle
We’ve all seen the brilliance of the Legion of Boom. Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman may be the very best in the league at their position.

Monday Round-Up: Richard Sherman on NFL Network's 'NFL Gameday Morning'
A morning link round-up of what's "out there" about your Seattle Seahawks

Time to panic for Saints, Panthers and Steelers? -
It's still early in the 2014 season, but the New Orleans Saints, Pittsburgh Steelers and Carolina Panthers are coming off brutal Sunday losses. Is it time to panic?

Six from Sunday: Stay with Geno, Jets; Ryan, Falcons' road swoon's lives -
With four games in the books, we know a few things: Geno is a better Jets QB option than Vick, Matt Ryan and Atlanta reek on the road and the time is now for Mike Glennon.

Deion Sanders on Jim Harbaugh: 49ers players 'want him out' -
Any complaints about Jim Harbaugh's coaching style were, in general, easy to overlook because the team won. Now the tide seems to be turning against him.

Chip Kelly down on Eagles' running game -
The Eagles rushed for only 22 rushing yards Sunday. That's obviously a problem.

Eagles get Lane Johnson back from suspension | ProFootballTalk
Eagles coach Chip Kelly correctly pointed out that his team's offensive line got "whooped" against the 49ers in Sunday's loss, a result that isn't all that surprising given they were playing without three starters. One of the missing first-teamers is back on Monday.

Wednesday will be a big day for Carson Palmer | ProFootballTalk
Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer said last week that he's "definitely" playing against the Broncos after missing the last two Arizona games with a nerve problem in his right shoulder. Coach Bruce Arians sounded a bit less convinced while discussing Palmer's status on Monday.

DeMarco Murray, Philip Rivers lead NFL MVP race; Steve Smith Sr., more | The MMQB with Peter King
As we near the end of a strange Week 4 in the NFL (margins of victory this weekend: 31, 24, 28, 24, 3, 7, 6, 21, 19, 13, 5, 21), let’s take stock of the race that’s looking very fun, and very different than usual: the NFL MVP race.

Sour Rankings: Geno blasts Jets fan, Saints completely botch fake punt |
The latest NFL news, scores, stats, fantasy analysis, and mock drafts as well as the best NFL writers and photos from

The Grantland NFL Podcast: Aaron Rodgers, J.J. Watt, DeMarco Murray, and the Stars of Week 4 «
Respect is paid to Aaron Rodgers, J.J. Watt, DeMarco Murray, and the other stars of Week 4 on today’s podcast.