Seahawks' Jimmy Graham: 'I’m only going to get better and better' as knee regains strength
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham says the power is still not fully back in his surgically repaired right knee but that plans to play with the same reckless intensity as always.
Why the Seahawks defense was so mad after Sunday’s game | The Seattle Times
Two touchdowns, and 15 total points, in the final 7:50 left many defensive players more than a little miffed following the win over the 49ers.
Russell Wilson has a sprained left knee to go with a sprained right ankle. Would Seattle be best off resting him this week with a bye in Week 5?
By The Numbers: Jimmy Graham, Christine Michael Shine In Week 3 Victory Over 49ers | Seattle Seahawks
A look at 10 key numbers from Seattle's 37-18 victory over the San Francisco 49ers.
Russell Wilson Doing “Exceedingly Well” After Spraining Knee Sunday | Seattle Seahawks
Pete Carroll provided injury updates on Russell Wilson and other Seahawks during his weekly appearance on the Brock and Salk Show.
Looking At The Snap Counts From The Seahawks’ Week 3 Win Over San Francisco | Seattle Seahawks
A look at who played and how much they played in Seattle's Week 3 win over the 49ers.
Eye of the Hawk Highlights: Seattle Seahawks vs San Francisco 49ers | Seattle Seahawks
Check out top highlights from four unique camera angles at CenturyLink Field from the Seahawks' Week 3 win over the San Francisco 49ers.
Seattle Seahawks vs San Francisco 49ers Postgame Interviews | Seattle Seahawks
Watch and listen in to what Seahawks players had to say following the team's Week 3 win over the 49ers on Sunday
Seahawks React To Dominating Win Over San Francisco | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks players react on social media to Sunday's 37-18 win over the 49ers.
Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson “Looks Fine,” Expected To Practice Wednesday | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expressed optimism that Russell Wilson will be able to play this week.
Five Things We Learned From Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll's Monday Press Conference | Seattle Seahawks
Key takeaways from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll's Monday press conference.
Podcast Player - Seahawks' Jimmy Graham on his comeback from knee surgery
Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham joins John Clayton after his big game against San Francisco to talk about his comeback from patellar tendon knee surgery.
Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls was listed as doubtful heading into Sunday's game against the 49ers because of a leg injury, but he'll be out on their reports in the near future.
Why did the Seahawks run the ball better against San Francisco than they did in their first two games? What's going on with the Cardinals? What stood out upon film review of the Huskies?
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has a left knee injury, to go with his right ankle injury. But it apparently won't cause him to miss a beat. "We’re planning on practicing him on Wednesday," coach Pete Carroll told reporters regarding Wilson on Monday.
A high-ankle sprain has forced Seahawks first-round pick Germain Ifedi to miss Seattle's first three games against the Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams and San Francisco 49ers. But Ifedi could finally make his regular season debut this Sunday against the New York Jets.
The Falcons running game is becoming difficult to predict
Here's something from Sunday that serves as a fascinating peek into the undying competitive spirit of one John Albert Elway Jr. And it involves a helpless individual within the world of social media.
The Saints couldn't buy a stop and ended up falling 45-32 to the Falcons
The San Diego Chargers suffered another season-ending loss to a starter. Linebacker Manti Te'o went down with a non-contact injury on Sunday and was immediately ruled out.
The Panthers first-round defensive tackle, Vernon Butler, will miss the next two to three weeks due to a high-ankle sprain, a source informed told NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
The 49ers welcomed longtime starting offensive tackle Anthony Davis back to the team this season after he retired from football in 2015. His return to the game proved to be short-lived.
Atlanta's backfield tag-team of Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman combined for 296 yards and four touchdowns, leading the Falcons to a 45-32 shootout victory over the Saints.