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Minus stars, Seahawks defense is improved | The News Tribune
The Seahawks lost Richard Sherman, Earl Thomas, K.J. Wright, Kam Chancellor, Cliff Avril, Michael Bennett and Sheldon Richardson after last season. But this season’s defense with eight new starters has actually been better in most areas. Here’s why.

Wednesday Practice Report: Six Seahawks Held Out Of Practice
The Seahawks kicked off the week of preparation for their Week 9 game against the Chargers with six players sitting out practice.

Seahawks, Northwest Harvest Combine To Tackle Hunger
30th annual campaign raises funds to support Washington families in need.

Seahawks Promote Malik Turner From Practice Squad
The Seahawks filled their open roster spot Wednesday by promoting rookie receiver Malik Turner from the practice squad.

Seahawks Remember Jack Patera, The First Head Coach In Franchise History
Jack Patera, the man who led the Seahawks to their first winning seasons, passed away Wednesday at the age of 85 following a battle with pancreatic cancer.

The 2019 draft class doesn’t look great | Seahawks Draft Blog
We're well into the college season now so what can we say about the prospective 2019 draft class? Not a lot, unfortunately. It's clear where the strength

2018 is Salvaging Carroll and Schneider’s Personnel Reputation: Part 1, Drafts | Seahawks Draft Blog
Right up until five weeks ago, the drafting reputation of Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider had faded from Midas' touch to

Jack Patera, original coach of Seattle Seahawks, dies at age 85
Jack Patera, who coach the expansion Seahawks from their inaugural season in 1976 until 1982 and had a 35-59 record, has died at the age of 85.

Seahawks actually starting to get some national respect
The Seattle Seahawks aren't the same team that sported an ugly 0-2 record in mid-September. The national media is finally starting to notice.

Pete Carroll leaves the door open for a Brandon Marshall return – ProFootballTalk
On Tuesday, the Seahawks released receiver Brandon Marshall. On Wednesday, coach Pete Carroll suggested that Marshall could return. "He was a great pro for us," Carroll told reporters. "He did such good stuff [and] helped guys on both sides of the football with all of his experience and all that.

What's next for Mychal Kendricks and the Seahawks - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
A look at what's on the horizon both on and off the field for Seahawks linebacker Mychal Kendricks after the NFL confirmed he can play in Week 14.

Three things to watch for in Raiders-49ers on 'TNF' - NFL.com
The Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers meet in a matchup of two teams with two wins combined. But this is still primetime football. Nick Shook gives you three reasons to watch Thursday.

New Bill Terrelle Pryor makes his case: 'I can ball' - NFL.com
Terrelle Pryor wants you to know he wasn't cut because of ability or potential to contribute. Well, at least that's what he said when he spoke to reporters as the newest Buffalo Bill.

ATN Podcast: Trade deadline and midseason awards - NFL.com
The heroes eact to winners and losers at the trade deadline (4:10), and chat about Golden Tate's potential impact with Philly Philly and if the Packers are losers for possibly hurting their Super Bowl chances (10:05).

Gregg Williams: Myles Garrett's criticism a 'non-issue' - NFL.com
Cleveland Browns interim head coach Gregg Williams says comments Myles Garrett made after the team's loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers are "really a non-issue."

Ryan Tannehill (shoulder) out once again for Dolphins - NFL.com
Brock Osweiler is starting again for the Dolphins. Coach Adam Gase has already ruled out Ryan Tannehill due to his lingering shoulder injury.

Matt Patricia: Golden Tate trade about 'whole picture' - NFL.com
The Detroit Lions' decision to trade away Golden Tate, their top wide receiver, left some fans stunned, but coach Matt Patricia says the "difficult decision" was done in the best interest of the team.

Nathan Peterman: “I’m ready to go win a game” – ProFootballTalk
Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman has become a punchline during his short NFL career, throwing nine interceptions and just three touchdown passes during his two seasons with the Bills. But Peterman hasn't lost confidence.

Eric Reid: Ron Rivera “doesn’t have a choice” but to accept his kneeling in protest – ProFootballTalk
Carolina Panthers head coach Ron Rivera has said he has no issue with safety Eric Reid's decision to continuing kneeling during the national anthem as a protest against social injustice.