Seahawks rookie Shaquem Griffin now finding his place on special teams
After a shot at starting, Seattle Seahawks rookie linebacker Shaquem Griffin is setting into his role as a core member of special teams.
Seahawks linebacker Shaquem Griffin keeps telling his story so kids like these can tell theirs | Sports | heraldcourier.com
This is not another Shaquem Griffin story.
Thursday Round-Up: Seahawks Share Thanksgiving Memories, Favorite Foods & What They're Thankful For
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, receiver Tyler Lockett, and head coach Pete Carroll reflect on Thanksgiving day.
Fantasy Insider: Players To Start In Week 12
Scott Engel at RotoExperts.com returns to offer fantasy football advice heading into Week 12 of the 2018 NFL season.
Tyler Lockett’s freedom, unprecedented success for Seahawks | The News Tribune
Tyler Lockett got what he says is “peace of mind” with a $31.8 million contract extension. Under first-year offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, he’s broken out with a career-high seven TD catches through 10 games.
Seahawks fans should root for these three teams today
The Seahawks may be off for Thanksgiving, but their minds will still be on football with three NFL games today. These are the teams to root for.
Whether Seahawks contain McCaffrey or not makes no difference
The Seahawks face another of the NFL's top running backs in Christian McCaffrey. Usually stopping a player like him is key to the win. Maybe not this time.
Pair of Seattle Seahawks have strong ties to Friday’s Apple Cup
Two Seahawks, Shalom Luani and Darrell Daniels, have ties to Washington and Washington State, who face off in a crucial Apple Cup on Friday.
Seahawks' Next 4 Game Prediction: 2-2, With a 48% Chance at 3 Wins - Scout.com
Seattle Seahawks Scouting Report for November 22 and Rest of Season Outlook
What we learned from the three Thanksgiving games - NFL.com
Thanksgiving Day provided plenty of memorable outcomes and performances. Herbie Teope and Nick Shook break down what we learned from the three games.
Saints ground Falcons' attack to earn 10th straight win - NFL.com
The New Orleans Saints tightened their grip on the NFC South by picking up their 10th straight win in a 31-17 victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Thanksgiving Night. Here's what we learned.
Redskins' Trent Williams goes to hospital after game - NFL.com
Washington Redskins left tackle Trent Williams was taken to a hospital for precautionary reasons Thursday night after their loss to the Dallas Cowboys, according to a report from the Associated Press.
D.J. Swearinger on Redskins' D: 'We don't get respect' - NFL.com
D.J. Swearinger acknowledged his Redskins defense doesn't get respect, but followed it with a surprising sentiment. He said Washington doesn't deserve respect for its play after two straight losses.
Dak Prescott-Amari Cooper combo fuels Cowboys' win - NFL.com
Dak Prescott and Amari Cooper wreaked havoc on the Washington Redskins defense as the resurgent Dallas Cowboys picked up their third straight victory to move into a first-place tie in the NFC East.
Colt McCoy takes “full responsibility” for loss in first start since 2014 – ProFootballTalk
Replacing one of the most efficient quarterbacks in the league for a division leader on the road in a short week was always going to be a difficult task. Which made it easy to see Colt McCoy didn't get it done.
NFC playoff picture: Saints move into first – ProFootballTalk
The Rams are no longer atop the NFC playoff race. The Saints won on Thanksgiving night to pull into a tie for the top of the NFC standings with the Rams. The Saints own the head-to-head tiebreaker between the two teams.
Keith Kirkwood tells other undrafted players to “keep pushing” – ProFootballTalk
When the Saints played the Eagles in Week 11, quarterback Drew Brees told the team's younger receivers they had to step up because Michael Thomas and Alvin Kamara were being doubled by the Philadelphia defense.
DeMarcus Lawrence on Michael Gallup: We have his back through the storm – ProFootballTalk
Cowboys wide receiver Michael Gallup remained in Georgia after last Sunday's win over the Falcons in order to spend time with his family following the death of his brother, but returned in time to catch two passes for 19 yards in Thursday's win.
LeGarrette Blount: Don’t blame Matthew Stafford – ProFootballTalk
When you're making the list of people to blame for yesterday's Lions loss, it's easy to get to quarterback Matthew Stafford and stop. After all, he threw two interceptions in a five-minute span in the fourth quarter, one returned for a touchdown and one in the end zone to kill any final hope they...