John McGrath: Until all Seahawks put Super Bowl 49 loss to Patriots behind them, winning another likely out of reach | The News Tribune
Sherman’s hostile sideline behavior last season — he had to be restrained on two occasions — suggests the only nonsense is denying what we all saw.
From Cleats to Clipboards, Future Coaches on the Seahawks
Time to play an absurd guessing game as to which of the current Seahawks will be coaching ten years from now. I'm sure I'm wrong on at least one.
Seahawks fans pay tribute to Cortez Kennedy at NFL Hall of Fame traveling exhibit | KIRO-TV
Fans of Cortez Kennedy paid tribute to him at a special NFL Hall of Fame traveling exhibit that opened this weekend at the Washington State History Museum in Tacoma.
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman told a Virginia high school student last year that he would give her a personally funded scholarship if she brought up her grades. And now, he's reportedly making good on his promise.
Best Case Scenarios for Seahawks Offense in 2017. Why will the Seahawks win big in 2017? We give you several reasons why in this column.
Seattle starts its Organized Team Activities a week later than expected this year, because last year's OTAs had a little too much "A" in them, again.
These 11 players could have a Dwight Freeney-type impact for the right team
Former NFL running back Brandon Jacobs recently reopened his five-year-old feud with Jim Harbaugh, telling CBS Sports Radio that the former 49ers coach "didn't know what he was doing.
Oakland fans may not be happy that the Raiders are leaving, but the team remains popular enough that the fans will support the team while it's still there. That became clear with the news from the San Francisco Chronicle that the Raiders have sold out their season tickets.
The NFL party line, as articulated by Commissioner Roger Goodell, is that Colin Kaepernick's unemployment is football related, Giants owner John Mara has acknowledged off-field concerns contributing as well. Mara told Jenny Vrentas of TheMMQB.
Over the course of his six-year career, Morris Claiborne has unfortunately rarely seen the field. Now, he finds himself with the Jets on a one-year prove-it deal, ready to ball out, if healthy.
Around this time last year, Dante Fowler said he was ready to "turn it loose" after sitting out his entire rookie year. Now the Jaguars pass rusher is ready to take his game to the next level.
In his first season in Detroit, Marvin Jones went in like a Lion, but out like a lamb. He's looking to change that in 2017. Can the receiver bounce back from a disappointing finish?