Undrafted Rookie Poona Ford Making His Mark With Seahawks
After a quiet start to the season in limited playing time, defensive tackle Poona Ford has started to make people take notice of late, and not just because of that prodigious belly he showed off.
Podcast Player - Under Further Review: The 11-3 Kansas City Chiefs
Report: Seahawks eyeing Jamal Peters | Seahawks Draft Blog
If you're not following Tony Pauline's 'Draft Analyst' website & podcast, you should be. Tony is the #1 source for draft info and has accurately named a
Thursday Practice Report: Five Players Return To Work For Seahawks
The Seahawks had 10 players sit out Wednesday's practice but on Thursday that number was down to five, as Seattle continued preparation for Sunday night's game against the Kansas City Chiefs.
Seahawks Support Mount Baker Family Housing & Resource Center Through Fundraising Campaign
At Dec. 23 game, Seahawks raising funds for families experiencing homelessness.
Thursday Round-Up: Pro Football Focus Calls 2018 "One Of The Best Seasons" Of Russell Wilson's Career
PFF highlights the 2018 success of Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who is making a high percentage of big-time throws this season.
Chiefs vs. Seahawks: Betting odds, top spread pick | SI.com
The Seahawks have a history of bouncing back after bad losses under head coach Pete Carroll.
Seahawks odds: Vegas says Chiefs will defeat Seattle at CenturyLink
Vegas thinks Seahawks fail at home against the Chiefs. Kansas City, though, might be the team that needs the victory even more than Seattle.
Plenty of implications at stake as Chiefs visit Seahawks | king5.com
Both teams are fighting for playoff position in Sunday's matchup.
3 players to watch in Seahawks' Sunday night matchup versus Chiefs
The Seahawks once again have a chance to clinch a playoff spot this weekend, but this time they'll need some help from another team and, as a result of injuries, strong performances from a few young players.
Around The NFL Podcast -- Week 16 preview - NFL.com
A room filled with heroes -- Dan Hanzus, Nick Shook, Marc Sessler and Gregg Rosenthal -- preview all the upcoming Week 16 games, plus discuss Josh Gordon's suspension.
Chris Long builds locker-room shrine to Nick Foles - NFL.com
'Tis the season to have a little faith in St. Nick. That's why Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Chris Long has built a locker-room shrine to Nick Foles ahead of Sunday's game.
What to watch for in Ravens-Chargers, Redskins-Titans - NFL.com
Saturday's tandem of games are chock-full of playoff implications. Here's what to watch for in Washington Redskins at Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens at Los Angeles Chargers.
Top 10 NFL Defensive Player of the Year candidates - NFL.com
Can anyone prevent Aaron Donald from winning his second consecutive Defensive Player of the Year award? Chris Wesseling spotlights the top 10 candidates of this season, a list that also includes Khalil Mack and J.J. Watt.
Steelers add Smith-Schuster (groin) to injury report - NFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster landed on the injury report after suffering a groin injury in practice Thursday. Smith-Schuster.
Saints' Cam Jordan questions Big Ben's HOF resume - NFL.com
Saints defensive end Cam Jordan doesn't quite believe Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is a bona fide Hall of Fame quarterback or even one of the best of his era.
Congress votes to award Steve Gleason highest honor - NFL.com
On Thursday, the U.S. House of Representatives passed legislation to award Steve Gleason with the Congressional Gold Medal -- the highest honor Congress can bestow upon a civilian.
Freddie Kitchens wants to be a head coach, in Cleveland or elsewhere – ProFootballTalk
Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield has looked like a completely different player since coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley were fired, and interim offensive coordinator Freddie Kitchens has received a lot of the credit for that.
Jim Schwartz compares DeAndre Hopkins to Charles Barkley for his catching skills – ProFootballTalk
Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz turned to a famous athlete from Philadelphia's past in finding a comparison for Houston Texans wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
Gabe Jackson played most of season with partially torn pectoral for Raiders – ProFootballTalk
It's hard enough to play offensive line in the NFL when you're completely healthy. Oakland Raiders guard Gabe Jackson wasn't healthy for practically the entire season and continued to suit up each week and do the best job he could.