Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner sets career-high in loss to Saints
Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner set a career-high with 18 combined tackles on Sunday against the Saints, nearly setting Seattle's franchise record.
Week 3 PFF grades: Best and worst Seahawks performances vs. Saints | NBC Sports Northwest
Pro Football Focus has released grades for the Seahawks Week 3 loss to the Saints and Tyler Lockett was among the standouts.
10 Numbers Of Note From The Seahawks’ Week 3 Loss To The Saints
Ten numbers that help tell the story of Sunday’s 33-27 loss to the Saints.
Fantasy Football Insider: Top Waiver-Wire Pickups For Week 4
Seahawks.com fantasy insider Scott Engel offers a look at the waiver-wire after Week 3.
Good News On Duane Brown & Other Seahawks Injury Updates From Pete Carroll
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll gave updates on his team’s health a day after Seattle’s Week 3 loss to the Saints.
Mistake-Filled Loss To Saints A “Missed Opportunity” For Seahawks
A day after a frustrating loss to the New Orleans Saints, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll gave his thoughts on the game.
Seahawks had some diamonds in the rough of the Saints loss
The Seahawks played a really bad game against the Saints, but they still had a few players manage to shine in the gloom of this loss.
Rating Seahawks coach Pete Carroll's questionable decisions in loss
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll admitted to making mistakes in Sunday's 33-27 loss to the Saints. Jim Moore takes a close look at his debatable decisions.
Saints news: Alvin Kamara is 'better' than Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expected
The New Orleans Saints were able to get the best of the Seattle Seahawks in Week 3 with Pete Carroll coming away impressed by Alvin Kamara.
Seahawks news: Pete Carroll says he had a 'particularly bad day'
The Seattle Seahawks didn't beat the New Orleans Saints on Sunday, head coach Pete Carroll attributes that to his "particularly bad day."
Pete Carroll recaps Seahawks' baffling loss to Saints
"It was a hard day, man," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said to Brock and Salk in reference to Seattle's many self-inflicted wounds in Sunday's loss.
Teddy Bridgewater struggles at quarterback despite Saints win vs. Seahawks
While the Saints were able to secure a win without their star quarterback Drew Brees, Teddy Bridgewater had to depend heavily on Alvin Kamara to keep the offense going.
Gruden not benching Keenum, wants 'continuity' at QB - NFL.com
Quarterback Case Keenum had a bad Monday night against the Chicago Bears, but Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden still believes in what Keenum can bring to his offense.
What we learned from Bears' victory over Redskins - NFL.com
Thanks to five takeaways, the Chicago Bears (2-1) got up early and held on late to defeat the Washington Redskins (0-3), 31-15, on "Monday Night Football" in Week 3.
Bears' Taylor Gabriel suffers concussion vs. Redskins - NFL.com
Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy said that receiver Taylor Gabriel entered the concussion protocol after exiting in the third quarter against the Washington Redskins.
Roethlisberger eyes 2020 return after elbow surgery - NFL.com
Pittsburgh Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger underwent successful surgery on his right elbow Monday in Los Angeles and will soon begin rehab, according to team spokesman Burt Lauten.
Bears RT Bobby Massie out vs. Redskins with vertigo - NFL.com
Chicago was without its starting right tackle on "Monday Night Football." Bears tackle Bobbie Massie was listed among the team's inactives ahead of Monday night's game against the Redskins.
John Harbaugh explains analytical approach vs. Chiefs - NFL.com
The Ravens went for it on fourth down four times and tried for two after all but one of their four touchdowns in a loss to the Chiefs. John Harbaugh explained how following the analytics gave Baltimore its best chance to win.
Cardinals cut WR Michael Crabtree after one month - NFL.com
The Michael Crabtree era in Arizona is over. The Cardinals released the veteran receiver on Monday after just over a month with the club.
Freddie Kitchens not considering giving up play-calling - NFL.com
Freddie Kitchens had a tough-go as a play-caller in the Browns' loss to the Rams on Sunday. The first-year coach said Cleveland's slow start doesn't have him reconsidering being the offensive play-caller.
Chiefs great E.J. Holub dies at 81 – ProFootballTalk
E.J. Holub, a Chiefs linebacker and center who is the only player to start in the Super Bowl on both offense and defense, has died at the age of 81. A member of the Chiefs' Hall of Fame, Holub has a unique place in pro football history, having started at linebacker in Super Bowl I and at center i...
Lane Taylor needs biceps surgery, unlikely to return this year – ProFootballTalk
The Packers had already put starting left guard Lane Taylor on injured reserve, but it doesn't appear they'll be able to bring him back later in the year.
John Harbaugh: We need to give older edge rushers a break – ProFootballTalk
The Ravens came into this season with a lot of reps at edge rusher up for grabs after the departures of Terrell Suggs and Za'Darius Smith, but they haven't seen as many players step up to take them as they hoped.
Adrian Peterson in “disbelief” over Washington’s offensive struggles – ProFootballTalk
By the time Washington's offense began to wake up on Monday night, it was too late to make a difference. After the 31-15 loss, running back Adrian Peterson was asked by reporters to provide his thoughts regarding the struggles of the offense.
Bears kicker pushing through the pain – ProFootballTalk
With everything he had to go through to win the job, Eddy Pineiro isn't going to let something like a pinched nerve in his leg keep him off the field. But he also pushed through some mental hurdles as well as the physical last night. Via J.J. Stankevitz of NBCSportsChicago.
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