Seahawks’ play caller wowed by Russell Wilson’s preparation | The News Tribune
Brian Schottenheimer has been an NFL assistant coach for 19 years, an offensive coordinator spending long hours with quarterbacks in the league for 11 of those years. Seattle’s first-year play caller says he’s never seen a QB prepare as fiendishly as Russell Wilson does for the Seahawks.
Seahawks WR Tyler Lockett brings play ideas to Brian Schottenheimer
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett creates and labels plays and brings them to offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer.
Three Key Matchups: Seahawks vs. Chargers
Breaking down three matchups that could make the difference when the Seahawks host the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday.
Seattle-Area Buildings To Go Blue This Weekend To Honor Paul Allen
Several structures around Seattle will light up blue this Saturday and Sunday to honor Seahawks owner Paul Allen, who died last month from complications of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
K.J. Wright, Chris Carson & Bradley McDougald All On Track To Play Sunday vs Chargers
The Seahawks have three starters listed as questionable for Sunday’s game against the Chargers, but Pete Carroll sounded optimistic that all three will play.
2018 Week 9: Seahawks vs Chargers Picks & Predictions
Local and national media predict the outcome of Sunday's game between the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Chargers in Week 9 of the 2018 NFL season at CenturyLink Field.
Seahawks make George Fant a starting WR, Fant hosts WKU team | The News Tribune
Backup offensive tackle George Fant made his first start for the Seahawks in two years last weekend at Detroit, at, um...wide receiver? Fant is hosting his Western Kentucky basketball team at Seattle’s game Sunday against the Chargers. WKU plays at the University of Washington in the college basketball opener Tuesday.
Seahawks' 'reset' is on schedule, but November gauntlet begins - Seattle Seahawks Blog- ESPN
There have been some bumps but don't call it a rebuild. The Seahawks have a resurgent offense and a shot at a playoff run.
Richard Sherman trade buzz: Seattle Seahawks' price, potential suitors - Seattle Seahawks- ESPN
It might sound unthinkable, but the Seahawks are legitimately trying to trade star CB Richard Sherman after his volatile 2016. Here's why.
Niners bring back Tom Savage; place Mostert on IR - NFL.com
Well, just like that, Tom Savage is back. The San Francisco 49ers re-signed the quarterback one day after being released. In corresponding moves, the team placed Raheem Mostert on IR.
Dalvin Cook questionable to play for Vikings vs. Lions - NFL.com
Minnesota Vikings running back Dalvin Cook's nagging hamstring injury has him listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Detroit Lions.
Bills GM: We'll 'definitely' keep LeSean McCoy for '19 - NFL.com
Bills general manager Brandon Beane says running back LeSean McCoy remains part of the team's plans for next season. "We like what he brings, to the point we'll have him back in 2019."
Injuries: Gronk (back/ankle) listed as questionable - NFL.com
New England Patriots TE Rob Gronkowski was back at practice Friday, after he was limited Wednesday and missed Thursday's session. Also, other injuries we're tracking around the league.
Su'a Cravens eager to release his 'built-up frustration' - NFL.com
Denver Broncos safety Su'a Cravens is off injured reserve and is expected to play against the Houston Texans. He's looking forward to releasing some "built-up frustration."
Steelers hoping to make Joe Flacco regret his words - NFL.com
Joe Flacco wasn't necessarily impressed by what he saw from the Pittsburgh Steelers when he played them in September. The Steelers are hoping to surpass his expectations this week.
With Hue Jackson fired, most of the 2016 new coaching class is gone – ProFootballTalk
In 2016, seven NFL teams hired new head coaches. Most of those coaches have now been fired. When the Browns fired Hue Jackson this week, it made the fourth member of that seven-member coaching class to lose his job.
San Antonio mayor vows an NFL franchise within 10 years – ProFootballTalk
London isn't the only market hoping to land an NFL franchise. San Antonio, which openly flirted with the Raiders before Mark Davis struck a deal to move the team to Las Vegas, remains in the mix. Or so thinks it's mayor, Ron Nirenberg.