How The Seahawks Can Clinch A First-Round Playoff Bye in Week 17 | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks need a win this weekend and a bit of help from around the NFL to secure the No. 2 seed in the NFC playoff picture.
With Thomas Rawls nursing sore shoulder, Seahawks work out five running backs | The Seattle Times
The Seahawks on Tuesday worked out five running backs, according to the league's official transaction wire. The news comes with starting tailback Thomas Rawls nursing a bruised shoulder suffered Saturday against Arizona.
Seahawks: Getting ready for Week 17 after a holiday break | FOX Sports
Four Seattle Seahawks stories to help you get back into the spirit of football after time off with our families for the holidays.The holidays are a time for family, giving, and gorging on delicious foods. That doesn't leave a lot of time for football. If you haven't been able to keep up ...
Seahawks Place Tyler Lockett On Injured Reserve, Sign Kasen Williams From Practice Squad | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks placed Tyler Lockett on injured reserve and promoted Kasen Williams from the practice squad.
K.J. Wright’s “Spider Sense,” Playoff Scenarios, And More In This Week’s Seahawks Q&A | Seattle Seahawks
You had Seahawks question, we have answers.
NFC West Recap: Carlos Hyde Ruled Out For 49ers Season Finale | Seattle Seahawks
A recap of the latest news surrounding the Seattle Seahawks’ division rivals in the NFC West.
Podcast Player - 'El Hombre' doubts Rex Ryan will ever be a head coach again
'El Hombre' Michael Bradley joins the show like he does every Tuesday at 1. He talks about now that Rex Ryan (and his brother) is gone in Buffalo, why firing coaches during the season is becoming the trend. He gives his thoughts on Terry Bradshaw's comments about Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin (and Tomlin's hilarious rebuttal). Plus, he believes that if Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens get into the Hall of Fame that it will become a complete and utter joke.
Podcast Player - The most important Seahawk against San Francisco
Who should be the NFL's MVP? Which potential playoff opponent should scare the Seahawks the most? Who will be the most important Seahawk Sunday against San Francisco?
Derek Carr possibly could be ready for the Super Bowl | ProFootballTalk
The Raiders will be moving forward without quarterback Derek Carr. If they somehow progress to the Super Bowl without him, the Raiders could potentially get him back. Carr had surgery on Tuesday to repair a broken leg suffered Saturday against the Colts.
Joe Staley hopeful to play in finale against Seahawks | ProFootballTalk
After appearing in 92 straight games for the San Francisco 49ers, left tackle Joe Staley has missed the last three games due to a hamstring injury. But despite the 49ers having nothing to play for on Sunday, Staley is hopeful he'll be able to play in the team's season finale against the Seattle Seah...
NFL Power Rankings: No, for real, the Falcons are a Super Bowl threat - CBSSports.com
Atlanta, led by the likely NFL MVP, is the NFC team no one seems to be talking about
The joy of Rex was fun while it lasted, but losers never last in the NFL - CBSSports.com
The failure of Rex and Rob Ryan in Buffalo figures to end a coaching dynasty their father started
Week 17 NFL playoff scenarios - NFL.com
Plenty is on the line in Week 17 of the 2016 season. Find out all the playoff scenarios -- including the battle for the NFC North -- for this coming Sunday.
Jerry Jones: Ezekiel Elliott still has a shot at Dickerson - NFL.com
The Cowboys pulled Ezekiel Elliott early in Monday night's victory, but that doesn't mean they're giving up on the rookie rushing record. Find out what owner Jerry Jones had to say on the subject.
Dareus: Rex Ryan's defense was too complicated - NFL.com
One of Rex Ryan's best defensive players in Buffalo, Marcell Dareus spoke about his former coach after his termination and his scheme being too complicated for players to grasp.
Injuries: Tyron Smith, Luke Kuechly to miss Week 17 - NFL.com
Dallas got a scare, and will be without Tyron Smith in Week 17. But that's the worst of the news. Smith will sit out of the regular season finale, but will be available for the postseason for the Cowboys.
Quick, efficient offense powers Chiefs into postseason - NFL.com
Kansas City wins with efficiency and reliable, sound execution. It comes quick, and from all angles. Nick Shook takes a closer look at how the Chiefs dominated the Broncos in Week 16.