One of the biggest reasons for optimism for the Seahawks in 2019 was a veteran offensive line that had improved markedly in 2018 thanks to key personnel additions and a change in coaches from Tom Cable to Mike Solari.
Assuming you’ve recovered from the comeback that never was last Sunday, you’re already counting down to the Seahawks’ 2020 season opener. And if you’re an average 12, you’re also fretting about every scenario that could possibly unfold.
The question many Seahawks fans asked themselves throughout the 2019 season — and never more so than during Sunday’s 28-23 loss at Green Bay in the divisional round — is one the Seahawks say they will spend the offseason asking themselves, as well.
The WNBA and its players union reached a tentative labor agreement on Tuesday that Storm star Sue Bird called “historic” due to its potential to change the financial landscape of women’s professional sports.
The Boston Red Sox said on Tuesday they were parting ways with manager Alex Cora in the wake of a sign-stealing scandal involving the Houston Astros, where Cora had been the bench coach, during their World Series-winning 2017 season.
GREEN BAY, Wis. — Coaching football generally requires a comprehension of complexities that exceed those of other sports. The schemes, the formations, the details, the adjustments — they’re pretty much unrivaled when you compare them to other games.
It is likely that three road wins stand between the Seahawks and a return trip to the Super Bowl. It is likely that Seattle, in addition to beating Philadelphia on Sunday, will have to take down two 13-win teams to reach that goal as well.
RENTON — The Seahawks had hoped that starting left tackle Duane Brown could maybe make what coach Pete Carroll said would be “a miraculous” recovery from minor knee surgery last week and play Sunday against the Eagles in Philadelphia in a wild card playoff game.
HOUSTON — The return of Houston defensive end J.J. Watt from the injured reserve list serves as the most noteworthy subplot in the Texans’ AFC wild-card game against the visiting Buffalo Bills, a fitting development considering the role both defenses will play on Saturday.
NEW ORLEANS — New Orleans cornerback Justin Hardee has a message for those who might think the Saints are doomed after failing to win a first round bye in the NFL playoffs. “We just gonna get it the harder way,” Hardee wrote on Twitter. “Our story gone be that much better.”
RENTON — With the Seahawks reduced to one healthy running back against the Arizona Cardinals two weeks ago, Pete Carroll was alarmed to see Travis Homer smash viciously into a defender on his very first carry.
The death of David Stern on Wednesday elicited the expected tributes to his far-reaching legacy as the 30-year commissioner of the NBA. No less an eminence than Michael Jordan extolled Stern for growing the league into an “international phenomenon.”
With Marshawn Lynch re-signing with the Seahawks, these past nine days have been among the wilder ones in franchise history. But they also confirmed something — that nobody intrigues Seattle sports fans quite like Beast Mode.
Seahawks strongside linebacker Mychal Kendricks is believed to have suffered a torn ACL in Sunday’s game against the 49ers, which would obviously sideline him for the rest of the season, according to a report Monday morning from Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network.
RENTON — The high point of Jadeveon Clowney’s four months with the Seahawks occurred the last time Seattle played the 49ers, a spectacular performance that earned him NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors and seemed to herald a turnaround for the Seahawks defense.
RENTON — John Turbin dug through the back of his closest Tuesday morning and found the size XL No. 24 Seahawks jersey he had hidden away a few years ago, shortly after Seattle’s iconic running back, Marshawn Lynch, left the team.
The Seahawks had two players named to the Pro Bowl on Tuesday, the rocks of stability throughout the team's rise to prominence this decade: quarterback Russell Wilson and middle linebacker Bobby Wagner.