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Fisher says Bailey probably done playing football | ProFootballTalk
Rams Coach Jeff Fisher told reporters Monday that wide receiver Stedman Bailey, who was shot twice in the head late last month, is probably done playing football. Per Jim Thomas of the St.

LOOK: Brandon Browner, Shannon Sharpe trade jabs on Twitter - CBSSports.com
Brandon Browner didn't like it when Shannon Sharpe criticized him on Twitter.

Matt Hasselbeck: 'I don't know' if I'll play Sunday - NFL.com
After suffering his first loss in five starts against the Steelers in Week 13, Colts QB Matt Hasselbeck (neck/shoulder) isn't sure he'll be healthy enough to start on Sunday against the Jaguars.

St. Louis Rams fire OC Frank Cignetti after another loss - NFL.com
Jeff Fisher is admitting another mistake in how he constructs an NFL offense. The St. Louis Rams coach announced Monday that he's fired offensive coordinator Frank Cignetti.

Punishment over: Johnny Manziel to start for Browns - NFL.com
After Austin Davis and the Browns tanked in a miserable home loss to the Bengals, it re-opened the door for Johnny Manziel to come back and play. The second-year quarterback will start against the Niners, per Ian Rapoport.

Seahawks releasing CB Cary Williams - Dec. 7, 2015 | Seattle's Sports Radio 950 KJR
After being benched against the San Francisco 49ers, it was only a matter of time before Cary Williams tenure with the Seattle Seahawks came to an end.

Rookies Thomas Rawls, Tyler Lockett, Frank Clark emerging for Seahawks - Seattle - Scout
With the conclusion of the regular season in college football this past weekend, now is the time in which most first-year players historically begin to "hit the rookie wall" in the NFL. That doesn't appear to be happening for the Seahawks' standout youngsters, however.

The tiniest Seahawks fan needs your help
Please join us in giving the tiniest Seahawks fan the help that she needs.  Let me tell you a story. If you're a Seahawks fan on twitter, then you are prob

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Here are 7 possible seattle seahawks offensive coordinator candidates if Darrell Bevell leaves to take the BYU job.

Could Seahawks' Darrell Bevell be a candidate at BYU? - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell is rumored to be a candidate for the opening at Brigham Young University created by longtime head coach Bronco Mendenhall going to Virginia. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Seahawks snap counts vs. Vikings: Frank Clark's busiest day - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks rookie defensive lineman Frank Clark had his busiest game of the season in Seattle's win over Minnesota. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Huard: Seahawks' Thomas Rawls never makes same mistake twice - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Seahawks rookie running back Thomas Rawls has another special quality to be excited about beyond his speed, production and overall ferocity. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

Is Seahawks' Russell Wilson the greatest dual-threat QB ever? - Seattle Seahawks | 710 ESPN Seattle
Russell Wilson's recent play, and overall resume, stack up well against his peers and the all-time greats at quarterback. - Blog - 710 ESPN Seattle

The December review: Where are the Seahawks at? | Seahawks Draft Blog
The recent upturn in Seattle’s offense has changed the complexion of the season — and maybe the off-season too. Let’s look at some of the reasons why:

Russell Wilson guides Seahawks' shifting dynamic in rout of Vikings
Quarterback is performing the way Seattle expected him to after big offseason contract.

Vikings vs. Seahawks: The most important plays from Sunday's disaster - TwinCities.com
As Doug Baldwin galloped into the end zone late in the third quarter Sunday to put the Seahawks up 28-0 over the punchless, hopeless Vikings, a friend sent me this.

Seahawks Have Fun Beating Vikings, Create Fun for Others in Process - Slog - The Stranger
The Seahawks are fun again, huh? In back-to-back weeks, Seattle beat good teams, first squeaking out a win over Pittsburgh, and now dominating the Minnesota Vikings in a 38-7 blowout. The win gives the Seahawks something in the range of an 80 to 85 percent chance of making the playoffs, and a crucial playoff tiebreaker over Minnesota for the all-important—or, well, quasi-important; totally unimportant on the cosmic scale, whatever—final NFC-playoff seeding.

Vikings, unlike Steelers, played right into strengths of Seahawks’ defense | The News Tribune
So how’d they do it?

Vikings outplayed, embarrassed in loss to Seahawks - StarTribune.com
Sunday's dud was yet another reminder that the Vikings, even at 8-4 and in a first-place tie with the Packers, need to start beating the big boys in the league if they want to join their ranks.

Inside the sudden aerial prowess of the Seattle Seahawks - CBSSports.com
Moving to a shorter, quicker passing game with heavier doses of Doug Baldwin and Tyler Lockett has paid dividends.

What are the odds of the Seahawks winning the Super Bowl? Not too bad, and getting better | Q13 FOX News

A Change of Tempo and More from Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll on 710 ESPN Seattle | Seattle Seahawks
Highlights from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll's Monday radio show on 710 ESPN Seattle.

Minnesota Vikings vs. Seattle Seahawks, upon further review | FOX Sports
A breakdown of lessons learned, players of the game, key moments and more from the Minnesota Vikings' loss to the Seattle Seahawks

Peterson frustrated by lack of touches - ESPN Video
Louis Riddick says Vikings RB Adrian Peterson was frustrated by the lack of touches against the Seahawks, but his postgame comments didn't serve any purpose.