The Numbers Game
A variety of moments could have changed Seattle’s fortunes this season, from injuries to salary struggles but all those consequences unite in the accident to their top draft pick
As it shops for reinforcements elsewhere before Saturday’s deadline, front office converts most of Pro Bowl receiver’s $7 million base salary into prorated bonuses, opening more than $5 million
With so much circulation going on amongst the front four, taking stock of who’s coming and going and still on the team
“We don’t have to run the football to win games,” says Pete Carroll.
Making the second-year receiver feel a little less special (teams)
The 6-foot-6 former Wisconsin safety provides everything Pete Carroll wants, except more room on Seattle’s deep roster
The Seahawks have a top five offensive unit despite being bottom-4 in offensive spending.
This situation is special.
How does Rawls stack up against the Arian Fosters, Alfred Morrises and Ahmad Bradshaws of the world?