Arrest rate drops significantly for NFL | ProFootballTalk
As the PFT "days without an arrest" meter continues to climb toward 70, a record that is getting extended every day, the big picture confirms the significant drop in criminal allegations against NFL players and league/team employees. According to a report obtained by Jane McManus of ESPN.
Weekend Watch: Week 15 | The MMQB with Peter King
Peter King takes a look at this weekend's slate of games and picks three you should be keeping your eye on: Carolina at New York Giants, Cincinnati at San Francisco, Denver at Pittsburgh
Tyler Lockett's speed, versatility taking center stage - NFL.com
Tyler Lockett's offensive explosion has coincided with the proliferation of Seattle's passing attack. With injuries piling up, Lockett will play a bigger role in the push towards the playoffs.
Jarryd Hayne plans to be 'completely different' player - NFL.com
Aussie returnman Jarryd Hayne struggled with the nuances of the NFL. The former Rugby League star said, after another offseason of development, he plans to be a completely different player.
Seahawks' McCray in line for first career start with Chancellor hobbled | HeraldNet.com - Sports
RENTON — Kelcie McCray is like everyone else who's been around Kam Chancellor, the thumping safety and intimidating, indestructible persona,...
Seahawks' McCray ready for possible 1st start against Browns - seattlepi.com
McCray took over for an injured Kam Chancellor in last week's 35-6 victory over the Baltimore Ravens. With Chancellor unable to practice all week due to a bruised tailbone, McCray would get the starting nod at strong safety if Chancellor can't play against the Browns. McCray stepped in and played the final 49 defensive plays. McCray finished with three tackles against the Ravens and didn't appear to have any major issues in his first extended playing time with the Seahawks. McCray, an undrafted free agent out of Arkansas State in 2012, was acquired in a trade with the Kansas City Chiefs at the end of the preseason. Notes: RB Marshawn Lynch (abdomen), TE Anthony McCoy (ankle/knee) and DT Jordan Hill (toe) have all officially been ruled out. ...
Seattle Seahawks' Richard Sherman has plan for fixing NFL officiating - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Every morning, we'll round up local and national Seattle Seahawks-related links: Richard Sherman discusses simplifying the NFL rulebook.
The Browns' backup QB might end up kicking field goals vs. the Seahawks - CBSSports.com
Don't be surprised if you see the Browns backup quarterback kicking field goals in Seattle.
Will holes in backfield, secondary hurt Seahawks against Browns? - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
The 3-10 Cleveland Browns come to CenturyLink Field on Sunday afternoon to face an 8-5 Seahawks team that is on a roll but suddenly lacking depth in two important position groups. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle
Browns vs. Seahawks 2015 picks and predictions: Experts picking Seattle at home - SBNation.com
The Seahawks are favored over the Browns -- shocking!
Strong Safety Kam Chancellor a Gameday Decision For Seattle Seahawks vs Cleveland Browns | Seattle Seahawks
Marshawn Lynch, Jordan Hill, and Anthony McCoy have been ruled out because of injury for Sunday's Seahawks game against the Cleveland Browns.