Injury Updates & Other Things We Learned From Seahawks Coach Pete Carroll’s Monday Press Conference
Key takeaways from Pete Carroll’s press conference heading into Week 4 of the season.
Chuck Arnold, A Seahawks Fan Since Childhood, Honored To Be Named Team President
Once an intern in the PR department, Chuck Arnold was named Seahawks president in his 25th season with the organization.
Chuck Arnold Named President Of Seahawks And First & Goal Inc.
Chris McGowan promoted to CEO of Vulcan Sports & Entertainment.
Seahawks React To Week 3 Win Over Dallas
Seahawks players react to their Week 3 victory over Dallas at CenturyLink field.
Peter McLoughlin out as Seahawks president and CEO in organizational restructuring | The Seattle Times
Chuck Arnold, who has been with the organization for 25 years and chief operating officer since 2013, now takes over. The Seahawks called McLoughlin's departure "mutual."
Russell Wilson, dominant defense deliver Seahawks their first win - NFL Nation- ESPN
Russell Wilson's two touchdowns, improved play from the offensive line and a commitment to run complemented a familiar intensity on defense.
Report: Seahawks work out former Vikings DT David Parry
Seattle Seahawks work out recently-released Minnesota Vikings DT David Parry who was released to make room to sign recently-released Seahawks DT Tom Johnson.
In the N.F.L., ‘You Don’t Want to Be 0-3’ - The New York Times
Four of seven winless teams got a victory in Week 3. The Raiders, Texans and Cardinals are still winless.
Koetter mum on starter: Is it Fitzpatrick or Winston? - NFL.com
Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Dirk Koetter isn't ready to tell the world who his Week 4 starting quarterback will be with Jameis Winston returning from suspension.
Big Ben, Steelers withstand Fitz's rally to beat Bucs - NFL.com
Whew, that was close. The Pittsburgh Steelers escaped disaster on Monday night, withstanding a furious second-half comeback from Ryan Fitzpatrick to defeat the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 30-27.
NFL players react to Vance McDonald's stiff-arm TD - NFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Vance McDonald unleashed one of the most devastating stiff-arms ever seen during Monday night's game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Aqib Talib, Marcus Peters could miss several weeks - NFL.com
Los Angeles Rams cornerbacks Aqib Talib and Marcus Peters are each dealing with injuries they suffered in Sunday's win over the Los Angeles Chargers. When will they return to the team?
Chiefs continue to inquire about trade for Earl Thomas - NFL.com
A team source on Monday told NFL.com's Jeffri Chadiha that the Chiefs continue to inquire about a trade for Seahawks safety Earl Thomas, but admits it would be difficult pull off.
Cardinals name Josh Rosen starting quarterback - NFL.com
Despite his tough start (in a difficult situation), the Cardinals are moving forward with the rookie. Coach Steve Wilks named Josh Rosen the Cardinals' starting quarterback on Monday.
Muhammad Wilkerson (ankle) likely out for season - NFL.com
Muhammad Wilkerson's season might be over before it even reaches Week 4. The defensive lineman's gruesome ankle injury required surgery and is likely season-ending, Ian Rapoport reported.
Everson Griffen wrap up: Vikings DE being evaluated after alleged shooting threat at Minneapolis hotel – ProFootballTalk
After an evening of conflicting reporting - some of which has since been retracted - here is the rundown of what has happened (and what hasn't) with Minnesota Vikings defensive end Everson Griffen.
Steelers outlast second half rally to grab 30-27 victory over Buccaneers – ProFootballTalk
The Pittsburgh Steelers withstood a second half rally from Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Buccaneers to get their first win of the season with a 30-27 victory in Tampa Bay on Monday night.
49ers’ list of QB candidates does not include Colin Kaepernick – ProFootballTalk
The 49ers have several quarterbacks working out for them Tuesday as they attempt to fill the roster spot left by Jimmy Garoppolo. The list does not include Colin Kaepernick.