Should NFL end Thursday Night Football? What the national media are saying about Seahawks’ costly win in Arizona | The Seattle Times
Here's what the national media are saying about Seattle's injuries, what NFL should do about Thursday Night Football and how the Seahawks will move on.
Seahawks to get visits from Byron Maxwell and Trovon Reed as team prepares for life without Richard Sherman | The Seattle Times
Two former Seahawks are among those expected in for visits as Seattle searches for depth at cornerback in the wake of the loss of Richard Sherman for the season.
Analysis | Seahawks have slight schedule edge on Rams, with eye on tiebreaker | The Seattle Times
It’s down to a two-team race in the NFC West.
At least one good thing happened for the Seahawks versus the Cardinals
The Seahawks Thursday night game against the Cardinals was about as bad as a win can be. There was one welcome development, though.
Failed physical might now benefit Seahawks | Sports | Eugene, Oregon
SEATTLE — In the grand scheme of what the Seattle Seahawks are trying to accomplish this season, a failed physical could end up becoming a huge benefit. The Seahawks began taking inventory of their injury situation Friday, a day after a brutal 22-16 victory over Arizona kept Seattle on the heels of the Los Angeles Rams in the NFC West at 6-3. Yes, it was an important win.
Free-agent cornerback Byron Maxwell to work out for Seattle Seahawks
Former Seattle cornerbacks Byron Maxwell and Trovon Reed will both audition for the Seahawks, who have only four healthy cornerbacks on their roster.
NFL starts "thorough review" of how Seattle Seahawks handled Russell Wilson | The News Tribune
The league issues a statement casting question over how the team evaluated the quarterback after a hit to the head before it sent him back into Thursday night’s win at Arizona after Wilson missed just one play.
Seattle Seahawks violated concussion protocol by allowing Russell Wilson to re-enter game
The Seattle Seahawks violated the NFL's concussion protocol Thursday night when they allowed Russell Wilson to re-enter the game without going to the locker room and being cleared by a team doctor and an independent physician, a source told ESPN.
Carson Palmer: I could be ready last two weeks of season – ProFootballTalk
The Cardinals may have to go without quarterback Drew Stanton after Stanton hurt his knee on Thursday and that would leave them with third-stringer Blaine Gabbert because Carson Palmer is on injured reserve with a broken left arm.
Report: Teams contacting Vontae Davis about possible playoff return – ProFootballTalk
Cornerback Vontae Davis became a free agent this week when the Colts released him after a strange couple of weeks of dueling narratives about whether or not Davis was healthy.
Drew Stanton suffered sprained knee vs. Seahawks - NFL.com
The Seahawks weren't the only team that came out of Thursday Night Football with a significant injury. Cardinals quarterback Drew Stanton suffered a sprained knee in the loss to Seattle.
Transactions: Lions activate left tackle Taylor Decker - NFL.com
Greg Robinson out, Taylor Decker in. The Detroit Lions activated their starting left tackle off of the physically unable to perform (PUP) list Saturday, one day after waiving fill-in left tackle Greg Robinson.
Twenty-six things to know about Week 10 injuries - NFL.com
The Dallas Cowboys downgraded starting left tackle Tyron Smith (back, groin) from questionable to out on Saturday. Here are other injuries we're tracking on Friday.
Andrew Luck to go to Europe for additional treatment - NFL.com
Ian Rapoport reported Saturday that Indianapolis Colts star quarterback Andrew Luck is travelling to Europe for treatment on his surgically repaired shoulder that continues to give him issues.
Injury roundup: Cowboys' Dez Bryant expected to play - NFL.com
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is expected to play Sunday against the Falcons in Atlanta, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Suspended Elliott leaving U.S. to 'clear his head, train' - NFL.com
Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott is jetting out of the country to clear his head and train, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reported Sunday.