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Pete Carroll Shares Injury Updates Following Seahawks' 27-24 Win vs Cardinals
Seattle head coach Pete Carroll offers injury updates on cornerback Shaquill Griffin and offensive linemen D.J. Fluker and J.R. Sweezy.

Instant reaction: Seahawks win, finish 10-6 | Seahawks Draft Blog
Perspective is important. This was an ugly game but let's just remember a few things, now that the Seahawks have beaten the Cardinals 27-24: 1. When the

Seahawks Defense & Pass Rush Shine In Week 17 Win Over Cardinals
A dominant performance by the Seattle defense allowed the Seahawks to overcome a few costly miscues en route to a 27-24 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in the regular-season finale.

Seahawks Open Playoffs On Saturday Night at Cowboys
The Seahawks take on the Cowboys at 5:15 p.m. PT on Saturday, January 5 in the Wild Card round of the NFC playoffs.

Seahawks' 2019 Opponents Set
While the 2019 NFL schedule won’t be out until spring, the end of the season means we now know all of the Seahawks’ opponents for next season.

Seahawks clinch No. 5 seed in playoffs with 27-24 win over Cardinals | Q13 FOX News
Sebastian Janikowski made a 33-yard field goal on the final play and the Seattle Seahawks beat the Arizona Cardinals 27-24 on Sunday, wrapping up the No. 5 seed in the NFC playoffs and a matchup at Dallas.

Seahawks wrap up No. 5 seed with 27-24 win over Cardinals
There was a sense of frustration that overwhelmed the accomplishment of the Seattle Seahawks winning 10 games for the sixth time in seven seasons. The Seahawks know they must be better than what they showed Sunday or their return to the playoffs after a one-year absence will be brief.

Seahawks-Cowboys playoff opener set for Saturday, Jan. 5
The Seahawks will travel to Dallas in one of two NFC wild-card playoff games in a 5:15 p.m. Saturday night contest on Jan. 5, the NFL announced Sunday evening.

Leonard Fournette could file grievance over contract -
Leonard Fournette and the NFL Players Association will file a grievance if the Jaguars void the remaining contract guarantees in his rookie deal, Ian Rapoport reports.

Around The NFL podcast: Week 17 recap -
A room filled with heroes recap all of the Week 17 games starting with the nail biting Browns/ Ravens matchup ( 1:59) plus what happened with Kirk Cousins (7:12) and Nick Shook joins the group to discuss Nick Foles' injury and a few other game recaps.

Indianapolis Colts clinch final spot in AFC playoffs -
The Indianapolis Colts clinched the final spot in the AFC Wild Card Round and will take on the Houston Texans next Saturday.

Wild card, divisional round playoff schedule announced -
The NFL announced the complete playoff schedule on Sunday night with dates and times for the wild card and divisional contests.

New York Jets fire head coach Todd Bowles -
Another season of failing to live up to expectations has ended Todd Bowles' stint as head coach of the New York Jets. The team fired the fourth-year coach amid a 4-12 season characterized by losses to some of the NFL's worst teams.

What we learned from Sunday's Week 17 games -
The New England Patriots clinched the AFC's No. 2 seed and the Houston Texans clinched the AFC South title. Here's what else we learned from Sunday's Week 17 games.

Matt Millen on heart transplant: “I can’t waste this opportunity” – ProFootballTalk
Longtime NFL linebacker and former Lions General Manager Matt Millen is a week removed from heart transplant surgery. And as he recovers, he told Peter King of NBC's Football Morning in America that he hopes to make the most of the second chance he's been given.

FMIA Week 17: Ravens, Eagles, Colts Crash Playoffs; Black Monday Begins – ProFootballTalk
A wild finish to Week 17 sets the stage for the NFL playoffs. Plus Black Monday coaching news, rumors and more.

Antonio Gates welcomes chance to “redeem ourselves” against Ravens – ProFootballTalk
The Ravens beat the Chargers 22-10 in Los Angeles in Week 16 in a game that had major ramifications for each team's playoff picture. Baltimore wound up going into the final weekend needing a win to seal the AFC North title while the Chargers had to win and hope the Chiefs lost to get a division t...