Seahawks' backup quarterback arrested after Dallas crash | KOMO
DALLAS - Trevone Boykin, who served as the backup quarterback for the Seattle Seahawks last season, was among two people arrested after a car crashed into a Dallas bar and injured eight people.
Should Seahawks sign Kaepernick? | ProFootballTalk
The Seahawks have a backup to Russell Wilson in Trevone Boykin. Now that Boykin has been arrested, could the Seahawks be looking for another quarterback to serve as Wilson's understudy? If they are, there's one available quarterback who would make a lot of sense -- if he's willing to suspend for ...
NFL approves move of Raiders to Las Vegas — but Seahawks likely haven’t seen last of Oakland just yet | The Seattle Times
The NFL on Monday approved a move of the Raiders from Oakland to Las Vegas. But the move may not occur until at least 2019, meaning the Seahawks could still have a couple of trips left to Oakland.
A Look At Proposed NFL Rule Changes For 2017 | Seattle Seahawks
NFL teams will vote on 15 proposed rules changes during the NFL Annual Meetings this week.
Seahawks Center Justin Britt Hosts Football Camp For Local Youth | Seattle Seahawks
Using his platform, Seahawks center Justin Britt is giving back to the youth through football camps.
Tony Pauline’s two-round mock draft | Seahawks Draft Blog
You're probably well aware of Tony Pauline's 'Draft Analyst' website -- but if not you're missing out. Tony's the best draft insider in the business with a
Podcast Player - Who will be the Seahawks' backup QB in 2017?
Who are three important players for Washington as the Huskies begin spring practice? How is UW's 2018 recruiting class looking? Who will be the Seahawks' backup quarterback in 2017 in light of Trevone Boykin's arrest?
Just because the Raiders will be leaving Oakland in the next few years, San Francisco 49ers CEO Jed York isn't expecting a massive rush of Bay Area fans suddenly to shed their silver and black for 49ers' red and gold. "The Raiders fans are a unique group," York said," via Nick Wagoner of ESPN.
Is Colin Kaepernick still unemployed because his asking price is too high? That's the suggestion in a report from Dan Graziano of ESPN, who cites multiple sources as saying that Kaepernick won't settle for just any job.
'I want to make it as terrible and horrible for Mark Davis as possible,' says one former Raiders fan
News of the approval of the Raiders' relocation to Las Vegas broke on Monday, and with it came reaction on social media from NFL members past and present.
The word Raiders legend Tim Brown was looking for was bittersweet but he settled for something else. When asked about the impending move to Las Vegas, it was really all he could come up with.
Over the past few seasons, Tom Brady has talked about playing until he's 50 years old. Now, the team's ownership is also giving a window into their 39-year-old MVP's timeline.
Broncos general manager John Elway permanently distanced his franchise from the Tony Romo chatter on Monday, instead professing confidence in the signal-callers currently on his roster.
Tim Tebow is still trying to make his way in professional baseball. Progress remains ... suspect. Tebow squared off against Nationals right-hander Max Scherzer on Monday.