Podcast: The Top 15 Tight Ends in Football | The MMQB with Peter King
From Gronk to Graham, Witten to Walker, and Kelce to Clay, The MMQB Podcast ranks and breaks down the 15 best tight ends in football today
NFL.com's look at the most indispensable players on defense and writes that Earl Thomas is the key cog in the best secondary in the league.
Today we're flipping the script and looking at a few options on the other side of the ball plus why and why not the Seahawks should sign them.
Willson, who was born and grew up outside of Windsor, Ontario, is running a camp for youth ages eight to 18.
Now that the Seahawks' nine OTA practices have concluded, it’s time to look at five players who made an impression.
In this edition of our Sunday Debate, Mark Morales-Smith will explain why the Seattle Seahawks are the team that will represent the NFC in the Super Bowl.
Steve Smith Sr. spoke out against anyone who wants to label teammate Breshad Perriman as a bust or soft after the former first-round pick partially tore his ACL in his left knee last week.
A look at a memorable moment in Seahawks history that occurred on June 12.
The Broncos got their Super Bowl rings Sunday night, and both outside linebacker Von Miller and cornerback Aqib Talib were in attendance. The ring ceremony was private. Pictures have been popping up on social media, and the Broncos have been tweeting quotes from their official team account.
Retired 49ers tackle Anthony Davis apparently wants to return to the NFL, but not to the 49ers. The problem he faces is that, if he unretires, the 49ers will hold his rights until they cut him or trade him. And so he has yet to unretire.
No longer will teams be allowed to use numberless practice jerseys
When the Chiefs hit the field on Tuesday, they might be able to welcome back a familiar face -- running back Jamaal Charles. Charles may do some drills after suffering a season-ending injury in 2015.
The Cardinals pass rusher can't wait to face is former team in the season opener
Cleveland is attempting to make 2015 first-round pick Danny Shelton more versatile -- and that means dropping roughly 30 pounds. The team is hoping to avoid the traditional 3-4 nose path for Shelton.