Seahawks look to get offense rolling against Titans - Spokane, North Idaho News & Weather KHQ.com
The Seahawks' offense has struggled through the first two games of the season, ranking 28th in the league in scoring. It took Seattle over 112 minutes to score their first touchdown of the season.
Eddie Lacy could still have a role in Seattle Seahawks backfield - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
Eddie Lacy was a surprise inactive last Sunday and seemingly has been passed on the depth chart, but he could still prove valuable as insurance.
Seahawks insist Eddie Lacy still has role after being healthy scratch – ProFootballTalk
It was a bit surprising to see Eddie Lacy among Seattle's seven inactives for Sunday's 12-9 victory over the San Francisco 49ers. Lacy was a healthy scratch for Seattle as the Seahawks had just one player inactive for injury reasons. The Seahawks kept Thomas Rawls, Chris Carson and C.J.
1st Special Forces Group Accepts “Big Honor” From Seahawks During USAA "Change of Command” | Seattle Seahawks
For a sixth straight year, in partnership with USAA, the Seahawks formally adopted a military unit for the season during the team's annual "Change of Command" ceremony.
Seahawks DE Michael Bennett Named In The Root’s 100 Most Influential African Americans | Seattle Seahawks
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett was featured in The Root 100, an annual list of the most influential African Americans.
Seahawks Announce Recipient of Local Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award | Seattle Seahawks
The Seahawks announced Lourdes E. Alvarado-Ramos (Alfie), the director of Washington State Department of Veterans Affairs (WDVA), has been named the local recipient of the NFL Hispanic Heritage Leadership Award.
Thursday Practice Report: Five Seahawks Return To Work; Jimmy Graham Sidelined | Seattle Seahawks
Luke Joeckel, Terence Garvin, Marcus Smith, Bobby Wagner, and Doug Baldwin all returned to full participation Thursday, while tight end Jimmy Graham missed a second straight day.
Sheldon Richardson Has Been An “Incredible Addition” To Seahawks Defense | Seattle Seahawks
Sheldon Richardson has been impressive in his first two games with the Seahawks, but he knows there's still room to get even better as he learns the defense.
Todd Gurley is first with six TDs in first three games since 2011 – ProFootballTalk
Rams running back Todd Gurley ran for 113 yards Thursday night, marking the first time that he's crossed the 100-yard plateau since Week 14 of the 2015 season.
Ereck Flowers: Three plays overshadow good work I did – ProFootballTalk
Giants left tackle Ereck Flowers' play got a lot of attention on Monday night because he was charged with blocking Lions defensive end Ziggy Ansah and Ansah's three sacks helped propel Detroit to a 24-10 victory in the Meadowlands.
Jackson challenges Kenny Britt with injuries mounting - NFL.com
Injuries have taken their toll on the Cleveland Browns' receiving corps, and coach Hue Jackson is challenging Kenny Britt to be a difference-maker on offense.
Rams withstand 49ers' 2nd-half comeback in thriller - NFL.com
Oh, Thursday night! Behind strong performances by Todd Gurley and Jared Goff, the Los Angeles Rams held off the San Francisco 49ers, 41-39, in a wild NFC West showdown.
Sammy Watkins, Tavon Austin in concussion protocol - NFL.com
Los Angeles Rams wide receivers Sammy Watkins and Tavon Austin each left for the locker room in the fourth quarter before being placed in concussion protocol.
Next Gen Stats: Goff-led Rams offense growing quickly - NFL.com
A year after struggling to find traction all season in their passing in running games, the Los Angeles Rams proved Thursday night they're a much different team, Matt Harmon writes.
Jordan Matthews: Give Bills passing game some time - NFL.com
Bills receiver Jordan Matthews has some advice for fans of the team and analysts of the sport alike. Give their passing game some time.
Gurley to Irvin: We're gonna whoop up on your 'Boys - NFL.com
Rams running back Todd Gurley was feeling so good after their win that he told NFL Network analyst Michael Irvin that the Cowboys were in trouble next week when Los Angeles heads to AT&T Stadium in Dallas.