Mychal Kendricks begins what could be his last run in football – ProFootballTalk
NFL-imposed suspension served, Seahawks linebacker Mychal Kendricks will make his return to the football field on Monday night. And the four regular-season contests plus however many playoff games Seattle plays could be the final act of Kendricks' career.
Mychal Kendricks of Seattle Seahawks returns from eight-game suspension
Seahawks LB Mychal Kendricks, who is returning from an eight-game suspension stemming from guilty pleas to insider trading charges, said that he lost friendships since his issues became public this summer.
What The Seahawks Are Saying About The Vikings
Check out what the Seahawks are saying about the Minnesota Vikings before the two teams meet in Week 14 in Seattle.
What The Vikings Are Saying About The Seahawks
Check out what the Minnesota Vikings are saying about the Seahawks before the two teams meet in Week 14 in Seattle.
Receiver Doug Baldwin A Game-Day Decision For Seahawks vs Vikings
Injury updates from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll ahead of Monday night's game against the Minnesota Vikings.
Three Key Matchups: Seahawks vs Vikings
Breaking down three key matchups that could make the difference in Monday night's game.
Vikings haven't beaten many quarterbacks like Seahawks Russell Wilson
The Vikings rank highly against the pass, but they haven't beaten many quarterbacks as good as the Seahawks Russell Wilson.
Week 14 injury report: Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks | king5.com
The Seattle Seahawks have a huge Week 14 matchup Monday night against the Minnesota Vikings at Century Link Field.
49ers coach Kyle Shanahan fined $25K for 'Shoegate' penalty vs. Seahawks | NBCS Bay Area
Adding insult to injury, 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan was fined $25,000 for his unsportsmanlike conduct penalty resulting from the shoe-throwing controversy during the 49ers-Seahawks game.
Injuries: Hilton a game-time decision for Colts - NFL.com
Colts receiver T.Y. Hilton is a game-time decision for a big game against the Texans, NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport reports, but adds he'd be surprised if he did not play with the high stakes.
Roundup: Buffalo Bills DE Jerry Hughes fined $53K - NFL.com
Following his confrontation with referee Roy Ellison, Bills defensive end Jerry Hughes was fined $53K, Tom Pelissero reported, while Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict owes as much, Ian Rapoport reported.
Myles Garrett: Newton looks different due to shoulder - NFL.com
Cam Newton has experienced uncharacteristic struggles as of late, with none more painfully apparent than in Week 13's loss to Tampa Bay. The Cleveland Browns have noticed during their preparation.
Giants WR Odell Beckham (quad) ruled out vs. Redskins - NFL.com
Odell Beckham's Week 14 potential has been deemed nonexistent. The Giants' star receiver has been ruled out with a bruised quadriceps, the team announced Saturday.
Injuries: Browns activate Terrance Mitchell from IR - NFL.com
The Cleveland Browns will be without promising rookie corner Denzel Ward in Week 14, but they're receiving a timely reinforcement. Cleveland activated Terrance Mitchell from IR on Saturday.
Jon Gruden sees Daniel Carlson as the “real deal” at kicker – ProFootballTalk
A coach whose team once drafted a kicker with a first-round pick possibly has found its latest long-term option at kicker from the scrap heap. "He is the real deal,” Raiders coach Jon Gruden recently said regarding Daniel Carlson, via Michael Gehlken of the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Kyler Murray’s baseball agent says he won’t play football – ProFootballTalk
Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray won the Heisman Trophy on Saturday, but does he have a future in football? Not according to his baseball agent, Scott Boras, who told NFL Media that Murray is dedicated to playing for the Oakland A's.
Chiefs preparing for Eric Berry to return Thursday – ProFootballTalk
Chiefs safety Eric Berry won't play Sunday against the Ravens, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Instead, the Chiefs are preparing Berry to make his 2018 debut on Thursday night against the Chargers.
Report: Washington hopes to slip stadium provision into Congressional spending bill – ProFootballTalk
With FedEx Field seemingly obsolete from the day it opened, Washington owner Daniel Snyder has spent the past few years eyeballing a new stadium. And he'll reportedly be spending the next few weeks trying to finagle a favorable federal law paving the way for a new home for his team in D.C.