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Seahawks WR Doug Baldwin suffers MCL sprain - NFL.com
Doug Baldwin came into Sunday's opener with a knee issue, and he left it with another one. Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told reporters that Baldwin suffered an MCL sprain in Seattle's loss to the Broncos.

Doug Baldwin Sprains MCL And Other Injury Updates From The Seahawks' Loss At Denver
Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin suffered an MCL sprain in Seattle's 27-24 loss to the Denver Broncos.

Pete Carroll Sees Positives Amid Frustration In Seahawks' Season-Opening Loss
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Seahawks Embrace Earl Thomas' Return In Season Opener
Earl Thomas, who held out during preseason, returned to the Seahawks this past week and started Sunday's season-opening loss to the Broncos.

Rapid Reaction: Broncos 27, Seahawks 24
Notes, takeaways, and reaction from the Seattle Seahawks' 2018 regular-season opener against the Denver Broncos.

Safety Earl Thomas comes up big in Seattle Seahawks return
Safety Earl Thomas needed all of three practices and two defensive possessions to remind the Seahawks what they were missing, recording an interception and pass-breakup in the first quarter of Seattle's loss to Denver on Sunday.

Seahawks three biggest worries for the 2018 season
Three biggest worries about Seahawks in 2018. Seattle is a little less sure of itself than in recent seasons. Here are three reasons why.

Miller leads Broncos past Seahawks 27-24 | FOX Sports
Miller leads Broncos past Seahawks 27-24

Seattle Seahawks suffer loss to the Denver Broncos in opener: Live updates recap, score, stats | OregonLive.com
Quarterback Russell Wilson throws three touchdown passes, but the defense gives up nearly 500 yards of offense to the Broncos Sunday in their 27-24 loss at Denver.

Aaron Rodgers rallies Packers to improbable win - NFL.com
Aaron Rodgers returned to the field for a second-half comeback for the ages, bringing the Green Bay Packers back from 20 points down to an improbable 24-23 victory over the Chicago Bears.

Cam Jordan: Saints' defensive effort 'unacceptable' - NFL.com
The Saints defense appeared overmatched Sunday against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, surrendering an eye-popping 529 total yards of offense en route to a 48-40 loss that left a bad taste in New Orleans' locker room.

What we learned from Sunday's Week 1 games - NFL.com
Ryan Fitzpatrick torched the New Orleans Saints' defense and Joe Flacco certainly looked elite against the Buffalo Bills. Here's what we learned from Sunday's games.

Walker dislocates ankle, Titans suffer key injuries - NFL.com
An odd afternoon in Miami has started to become a difficult one for Tennessee. The Titans lost Marcus Mariota (elbow), Taylor Lewan (concussion) and Delanie Walker (leg) to injuries in the defeat.

'Fins-Titans sets record for longest game since merger - NFL.com
Game on! Game off! Game on! The Miami Dolphins' win over the Tennessee Titans at Hard Rock Stadium was suspended twice because of inclement weather.

Ref: Review call was too late on Rob Gronkowski catch - NFL.com
NFL officials in New York tried to get the on-field officials' attention after Rob Gronkowski's iffy catch, but the call to the field came too late, referee Tony Corrente said after the Patriots' 27-20 victory.

Titans question hits that injured Mariota, Lewan – ProFootballTalk
Marcus Mariota injured his elbow on a hit by Dolphins defensive end William Hayes. Both during the game and afterward, the Titans questioned whether the hit was legal. "I thought it was late and low, but that's not a decision for me to make," Mariota said, via Turron Davenport of ESPN.

Aaron Rodgers: “I’m playing next week” – ProFootballTalk
The 100th season of the Green Bay Packers started with a one-in-a-million night for the team. After the stunning comeback, Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers told NBC's Michele Tafoya, "I'm playing next week.