Seahawks Win Bud Light Celly Of The Year Award For Second Straight Year
The team was awarded for their “Bye Bye Bye” in Cleveland
Seahawks Legend Steve Hutchinson Headed To Pro Football Hall Of Fame
In his third year of eligibility, Seahawks Legend Steve Hutchinson was selected for the Pro Football Hall of Fame.
Seahawks Looking to Stop Revolving Door at Left Guard
It’s been six years since Seattle had the same starter at left guard in two consecutive seasons and it appears likely a sixth new starter will man the position in 2020. Will the team finally find a long-term solution this offseason?
Seahawks will see the end of Germain Ifedi's reign of error
The Seahawks have a lot of tough calls to make among their free agents this offseason. Their decision on Germain Ifedi should be the easiest of all.
Rasheem Green’s development could bolster SeattleSeahawks pass rush
Defensive end Rasheem Green's development could significantly bolster the Seattle Seahawks' pass rush unit for at least the near future.
Did Hawks make right decision to release Sherman, trade Clark? | KOMO
While the Seahawks are at home thinking ‘what if? ,’ two of their former standouts will be on football’s biggest stage Sunday. Cornerback Richard Sherman, the loudest personality of the storied Legion of Boom, and defensive end Frank Clark, who Seattle groomed into an elite pass rusher, are in the Super Bowl. And they both made game-clinching plays to send their respective teams to Miami.
Ex-Seahawks RB Edgerrin James Canton Bound
Though he only had a brief spell with the Seahawks, James becomes the 11th player elected to the Pro Football Hall of Fame who played at least one game with the team.
Seahawks Shaquill Griffin wants to cover the best receivers Seattle plays
Seahawks cornerback Shaquill Griffin wants to cover the best receivers Seattle plays. But would that be good for the defense overall?
Shanahan on day before SB: 'We are itching to go' - NFL.com
With little time left, San Francisco coach Kyle Shanahan proclaimed his team ready and raring to go after a 50-minute walk-through the day before the Super Bowl.
Live from New York, Texans' J.J. Watt sacks 'SNL' - NFL.com
On the night before the Super Bowl, J.J. Watt was live in New York hosting "Saturday Night Live," sporting a comedic grin and an array of costume changes on a memorable guest-starring spot.
Reid has Chiefs loose, but ready to go on SB eve - NFL.com
On the day before the Super Bowl, Andy Reid's Chiefs had to move practice venues, but all was well and the longtime coach gave his squad the afternoon off for family time.
Sights, sounds as 'NFL Honors' rolls out red carpet - NFL.com
As the NFL's finest got decked out to celebrate the best of the best, NFL.com's Nick Shook took it all in and offers up an insider's view of "NFL Honors" in Miami.
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson named 2019 NFL MVP - NFL.com
Whether it was with his fleet feet or accurate arm, Ravens second-season sensation Lamar Jackson dazzled throughout a stellar 2019 campaign and is the 2019 MVP.
Saints WR Michael Thomas named 2019 NFL OPOY - NFL.com
Saints star receiver Michael Thomas had a record-setting 149 catches in 2019 and has now hauled in NFL Offensive Player of the Year honors.
Polamalu, Atwater, James lead 2020 Hall of Fame class - NFL.com
Steve Atwater, Isaac Bruce, Steve Hutchinson, Edgerrin James and Troy Polamalu will be enshrined in Canton, Ohio this summer, as announced Saturday night at NFL Honors.
Report: Mike Groh joining Colts’ coaching staff – ProFootballTalk
Mike Groh has found a new job. The former Eagles offensive coordinator is joining the Colts' coaching staff, Alex Marvez of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Groh worked with Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich when both were in Philadelphia.
Calais Campbell named Walter Payton Man of the Year – ProFootballTalk
Jaguars defensive end Calais Campbell won Walter Payton Man of the Year on Saturday night, the final award given out at NFL Honors. The Walter Payton NFL Man of the Year recognizes an NFL player for outstanding community service activities off the field, as well as excellence on the field.
Lamar Jackson is the unanimous NFL MVP – ProFootballTalk
It's official: Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson is the NFL's Most Valuable Player. And he got every vote. In a decision that had been expected for months but was officially announced on Saturday night at NFL Honors, Jackson was named the MVP, and he was selected unanimously.
Michael Thomas edges Lamar Jackson for offensive player of the year – ProFootballTalk
Michael Thomas caught 149 passes, breaking Marvin Harrison's 17-year-old league record by six catches. It was just enough to win Thomas offensive player of the year. He beat out Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson and Panthers running back Christian McCaffrey for the award.