Tyler Lockett’s recovery from a leg contusion has gone well and the Seahawks receiver is expected back in Seattle on Wednesday after spending Monday and Tuesday nights at a Stanford University hospital, The Seattle Times has confirmed.
Partway through a downtown Sounders victory parade Tuesday afternoon, coach Brian Schmetzer got off the double-decker bus he had been riding on with players and began high-fiving some of the thousands of fans gathered along the route.
f the newest MLS Cup was a living, conscious being, it would have felt neglected Tuesday. The trophy had just found a new home with the Sounders after they beat Toronto FC two days earlier, yet it didn’t seem to be the focus of the players and executives.
When Nick Bebee went to Shorecrest High School in Shoreline, soccer was not a thing. Nobody played, there wasn't a team. Fast forward a half-century. All five of Bebee's kids played in high school. Bebee, 67, plays every weekend with his fellow old-timers. And Sunday he was among the more th…
The Seahawks made a roster move Tuesday involving a pair of 2019 draft picks, activating offensive lineman Phil Haynes off the physically unable to perform (PUP) list to the 53-man roster while waiving receiver Gary Jennings.
Nov. 05-- Nov. 5--RENTON -- Josh Gordon is expected to practice with the Seahawks for the first time Thursday, coach Pete Carroll continues to stand by struggling kicker Jason Myers and Chris Carson made a couple of fundamental errors on his fumbles Sunday.
In the giddy aftermath Sunday of the overtime victory over Tampa Bay, Pete Carroll stepped to the podium for his news conference and spent the first two minutes talking about the Seahawks' "incredibly beautiful" performance.
With the Seahawks' win safely in hand — a circumstance that took three minutes and 33 seconds into overtime, and an avalanche of angst, to secure — rookie wide receiver DK Metcalf found himself exchanging postgame greetings with a Tampa Bay defensive back.
With the World Series over and the Washington Nationals in the midst of a championship celebration that could last until Thanksgiving, the business of Major League Baseball’s offseason officially began Thursday morning.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Political divisions were swept to one side as Washington baseball fans erupted in cheers at almost midnight on Wednesday to celebrate the city’s first World Series title since 1924 after the Nationals defeated the Houston Astros 6-2.
LOS ANGELES — LAFC had the best regular-season record in Major League Soccer history. It had a supporters section you could hear from the other side of the skyline. It had Jerry friggin’ West introduce its mascot, and the shoo-in MVP wearing No. 10.
CHIBA, Japan — Tiger Woods' peers have learned over the years never to be surprised at anything he accomplishes and are braced for a further onslaught from the greatest player of their era, and perhaps any era.
With deadline for players on the 60-day injured list to either be reinstated to the 40-man roster or removed looming in the coming days, the Mariners outrighted three players recovering from season-ending injuries to Class AAA Tacoma.
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Robinson Chirinos hit a home run, and Michael Brantley drove in a pair of runs as the visiting Houston Astros made their presence known in Game 3 of the World Series with a 4-1 victory Friday over the Washington Nationals.