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Seahawks GameDay ChatSeahawks at Cleveland BrownsSUNDAY, OCT. 23Cleveland Browns Stadium
Seattle Times pick: Browns 19, Seahawks 13.Maybe Seattle really did turn the corner in Week 5 at New York. Perhaps this offense that managed just one first-half touchdown in the first four games combined is ready to keep humming even with the questions at quarterback. Maybe, but I'm suspicious enough to pick the Browns at home. Seattle has won back-to-back road games once in the previous five seasons.
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The Seattle Seahawks announced that they have activated tight end Cameron Morrah from the physically unable to perform list. A 2009 seventh-round pick out of Cal, Morrah caught nine passes for 117 yards in 15 games in 2010, but opened this season on the PUP list due to a toe injury. With Zach Miller ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cleveland Browns, Morrah is expected...
The Browns aren’t the only team without their starting tailback in Cleveland on Sunday. Marshawn Lynch will not play for the Seahawks after suffering a lower back injury during pregame warmups. The injury came during Lynch’s routine pregame activities, leaving the Seahawks with no way to replace him in the lineup before the start of…
Three keys to Seahawks victory 1 Step on the gas. Seattle's offense started moving once it stopped huddling, and with Tarvaris Jackson unlikely...
Defense never yields in holding the inept Seahawks to 137 yards of offense.
Colt McCoy hasn't looked great running Pat Shurmur's offense this season, but on Sunday he won a game running Eric Mangini's.
Plain Dealer's Cleveland Browns beat writers Tony Grossi and Mary Kay Cabot deliver the news from the Browns 6 - 3 victory over the Seattle Seahawks at Cleveland Browns Stadium.
Thank James Harrison. Seems like an odd thing to say on a Cleveland-based sports blog, but it is true. The NFL was on the path to over-regulating tackling and hitting anyway, but James Harrison’s plays against the Browns (including a near decapitation of Josh Cribbs) are pretty much the reason we find ourselves watching the NFL as it is today. Even Browns fans seemed to be...
The Cleveland Browns and Seattle Seahawks will square off this Sunday at Cleveland Browns Stadium In a game that promises to be a low-scoring and hard-fought affair between two teams who badly need a win.
The offense didn't show up on Sunday, but the defense did again and again.
Browns wide receiver Mohamed Massaquoi and tight end Benjamin Watson have sustained head injuries and will not return to Cleveland's game against Seattle.
An illegal block -- on a questionable call -- wiped out Leon
Washington's 81-yard punt return for a touchdown Sunday, and the
Seahawks couldn't muster much offense in a sloppy 6-3 loss to the
Cleveland Browns, whose only points came on a pair of long field
goals by Phil Dawson.