Pete Carroll perfectly fine with bucking NFL trends with commitment to run game, defense – ProFootballTalk
The Seattle Seahawks are the only team in the NFL to have run on the ball on more than 50 percent of their offensive snaps. While the rest of the league has been chasing offense, offense, offense, Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll vowed to get back to his philosophy of running the ball well and playi...
Podcast appearance on Tasteful Profanity | Seahawks Draft Blog
This week I was invited onto the Tasteful Profanity podcast (Beast Pode) to discuss the Seahawks season so far, the future and the 2019 draft. It was a lot of
Pete Carroll: “I Don’t Mind Being Different” When It Comes To Offensive Philosophy
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll talks offensive philosophy after a wild Monday Night Football game between the Rams and Chiefs.
Seahawks Injury Updates From Pete Carroll Heading Into Week 12
Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll shares injury updates as his team readies for its Week 12 road game against the Carolina Panthers.
Tuesday Round-Up: Chris Carson Sits Down With 710 ESPN Seattle
Highlights from Seahawks running back Chris Carson's appearance on the Danny, Dave and Moore Show.
What Seahawks rookie Shaquem Griffin is most thankful for | The News Tribune
Shaquem Griffin debuted as a starter in his first NFL game as the first one-handed player drafted into the modern league. What the Seahawks’ remarkable rookie has endured this season since that splashy debut is why he’s thankful most for his mom and dad.
'Eddie Money': Ed Dickson, Russell Wilson making up for lost time - NFL Nation- ESPN
After a disappointing start of the season on the non-football injury list, tight end Ed Dickson caught the winning touchdown on Thursday.
12s should be thankful the Seahawks are as good as they are
This is the one holiday where the focus is on giving thanks, and the 12s certainly have a lot to be thankful for this year.</h2> It may see...
A Seahawks fan guide to watching NFL's Thanksgiving games
The Seahawks aren’t hitting the field again until Sunday, Nov. 25, but they can still see a boost in their playoff odds with the slate of Thanksgiving Day games.
Rams RB Todd Gurley limited by ankle injury in win - NFL.com
Rams coach Sean McVay told reporters that Todd Gurley had his ankle rolled up early in the game and the back was limited throughout Los Angeles' win over the Chiefs.
Broncos release veteran CB Adam 'Pacman' Jones - NFL.com
The Broncos waived veteran cornerback Adam Jones on Tuesday. The 35-year-old Jones appeared in seven games after signing with Denver in late August and recorded one interception.
Injuries: Bucs place TE O.J. Howard (foot/ankle) on IR - NFL.com
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers placed tight end O.J. Howard on injured reserve with an ankle and foot injury. Here are other injuries we're tracking Tuesday.
Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill to start vs. Colts this week - NFL.com
Dolphins coach Adam Gase announced that quarterback Ryan Tannehill is once again the starter. He’s back after missing more than a month with a shoulder issue.
Malcolm Jenkins calls out Eagles' demeanor in loss - NFL.com
Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins said he was bothered by his teammates' demeanor during Sunday's 48-7 blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints.
Browns can tie record for most consecutive road losses on Sunday – ProFootballTalk
The Cleveland Browns can get a dubious place in NFL history with a loss on Sunday. If the Browns lose on Sunday at Cincinnati, it will be their 26th consecutive road loss. That will tie a record set by the Lions from 2007 to 2010. They could then break the record a week later at Houston.
LeGarrette Blount on his season with Lions: “It’s not really as productive as I would have wanted it to be” – ProFootballTalk
Detroit Lions running back LeGarrette Blount is on pace for the least productive season since leaving the Tampa Bay Buccaneers following the 2012 year. Blount had gained just 151 yards on 41 carries with two touchdowns in his 13 games with the Buccaneers that season.
Sean McVay: Aaron Donald is playing even better this year – ProFootballTalk
Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald, the 2017 defensive player of the year, already seems to be the clear favorite to win it again. His coach definitely thinks so.