The Opposing View: An Insider’s Look At The Los Angeles Chargers
ESPN’s Eric Williams answers six questions about the Seahawks’ Week 9 opponent.
How To Watch, Listen To & Follow The Seahawks vs Chargers
Broadcast information for Sunday's game between the Seattle Seahawks and Los Angeles Chargers.
Seahawks’ running offense a winning style | The News Tribune
Doug Baldwin is all for games like Seattle’s last week, when the Seahawks ran it 69 percent of the time and he caught only two passes. Why would a Nol. 1 wide receiver in the pass-a-rama NFL be so supportive of running the ball instead of passing it?
Seahawks healthy going into Chargers game week nine
Seahawks healthy going into Chargers game week nine. Seattle is in good shape as most of Seattle's key players will be able to play.
3 things Gee Scott is hearing from Seahawks about Week 9 vs Chargers
KIRO Nights’ own Seahawks insider, Gee Scott, breaks down the three things he is hearing from Seahawks players ahead of Sunday’s Week 9 matchup against the Los Angeles Chargers.
What The Chargers Are Saying About The Seahawks
Take a look at what the Chargers are saying about the Seahawks before the two teems meet in Week 9 in Seattle.
Lockett producing in a big way for Seahawks;
RENTON, Wash. — Wide receiver Tyler Lockett is back to full strength and producing more than ever for the Seattle Seahawks.Another year removed from the broken leg that ended his 2016 season, Lockett again looks like the explosive threat he was in his first two years in Seattle. Lockett has already matched his career-high in touchdowns in just seven games played this season.“He’s been a big factor early in the year,” head coach Pete Carroll
Raiders release leading pass rusher, former Seahawks LB Bruce Irvin
The Oakland Raiders waived Bruce Irvin on Saturday after the team's leading pass rusher had his playing time reduced significantly in recent weeks.
What The Seahawks Are Saying About The Chargers
Take a look at what the Seahawks are saying about the Los Angeles Chargers before the two teams meet in Week 9 in Seattle.
Injuries: Khalil Mack may miss second straight game - NFL.com
Chicago Bears linebacker Khalil Mack, listed as questionable with an ankle injury, may miss his second consecutive game, according to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport.
Raiders part ways with veteran DE Bruce Irvin - NFL.com
Bruce Irvin is out in Oakland. Nearly two weeks after trading Amari Cooper out of town and four days after the trade deadline passed, the Raiders are parting ways with yet another veteran figure.
Next Gen Stats: Intro to Expected Yards After Catch - NFL.com
Using Next Gen Stats player tracking technology, we have developed metrics to move beyond traditional box score statistics and derive insights to improve our analysis of individual performance.
Cardinals release Sam Bradford after eight weeks - NFL.com
Sam Bradford's uninspiring time in the desert is over. The Arizona Cardinals released the veteran quarterback on Saturday after eight weeks with the team.
Injury roundup: Bears place Kyle Long (foot) on IR - NFL.com
Kyle Long's season as part of the promising Chicago Bears has hit a snag. Chicago placed Long on injured reserve Saturday. The veteran guard suffered a foot injury late in Week 8.
Aaron Donald dominating double-teams for sack lead - NFL.com
Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald is dominating defenses to the tune of a league-leading 10.0 sacks and he's doing it while being double-teamed 70% of the time.
Khalil Mack looking unlikely to play vs. Bills – ProFootballTalk
Bears pass rusher Khalil Mack probably won't get to torment Bills quarterback Nathan Peterman today. Mack will test his injured ankle during pregame warmups today but is considered unlikely to play against the Bills, according to multiple reports.
Gregg Williams makes an unlikely return to a head-coaching role – ProFootballTalk
After the Browns fired both coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley, it wasn't clear who the interim coach would be, because it was believed to be clear that defensive coordinator Gregg Williams never, ever would be a head coach again. Ever.