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Russell Wilson completed 21-of-27 passes for 224 yards with two touchdowns and scrambled five times for 38 yards in the Seahawks’ Week 12 loss to the Dolphins.Wilson was spectacular. Showing impeccable mechanics in the pocket and magically evading the pass rush, he did more than enough to lead his team to a win. The running game just couldn’t give him any help. He now has seven touchdown passes and no picks in his last three games, but is averaging just 195.0 passing yards per game during that span.
Russell Wilson looks like pure garbage when he is not playing at home. At home he is a Pro-Bowler, but away from home he is a bum. So remember this if you are stuck using him in fantasy football.
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Seahawks starting cornerbacks Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner have both been suspended by the NFL for four games. See what they did to earn the ban.
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Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, who faces a four game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on PEDs, claims that he unknowingly drank the Adderall that led to the punishment.
Adderall seems to be the most popular banned substance across the NFL at the moment, as it seems we have a new player suspended each week for taking the drug. One of the latest is Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman. His alleged excuse is hilarious.
According to a “person informed of Sherman’s explanation” who reportedly spoke to USA Today on condition of anonymity...
The Seattle Seahawks may lose their two starting cornerbacks for four games. Both Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner were busted for violating the NFL's performance-enhancing drugs policy. They are facing four-game suspension, but both will be appealing the suspension.
According to Adam Schefter of ESPN, both cornersbacks tested positive in random tests. But deny using...
Coming into Sunday’s game against Miami, the Seahawks were the third best pass defense in the league. They had allowed just 196 passing yards per game in 2012, much to the credit of the physical secondary in corners Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner, as well as safeties Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor.
That’ll all change in Week 13 against the Bears.
Seahawks CB’s Richard...
The Richard Sherman suspension is taking turns left and right.
First the Seahawks’ star cornerback denied taking Adderall, despite a report saying that his failed test stemmed from taking the prescription drug. Then, a report came out from Mike Garafolo of the USA Today that said Sherman accidentally drank from a bottle that his teammate had poured crushed Adderall into. Now...
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expects to have his starting cornerbacks available this Sunday in Chicago.
After that is anyone's guess.
Carroll said Monday he plans on Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner playing this week against the Bears, despite the possibility they could be facing four-game suspensions for violating the NFL's policy on performance-enhancing drugs...
It’s a cold world when your friends start to turn their back on you, and the same can be said when teammates throw you under the bus. Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman violated the leagues substance abuse policy and was nabbed for taking adderall. Shermans’ excuse was he shared a [...]
As if the loss to Miami wasn't bad enough, word has now gotten out that the NFL is planning on handing out suspensions to both of Seattle's starting cornerbacks, Brandon Browner and Richard Sherman, for violating league rules prohibiting the use of performance-enhancing drugs. Sherman responded to the news by vehemently denying using the drug in question, Adderall, and...
During today’s Dolphins – Seahawks game, the sprinklers inexplicably went off at Sun Life Stadium. According to Ben Volin of the Palm Beach Post, the sprinklers went off because of a computer malfunction. Official reason for sprinklers from the #Dolphins: There was a computer glitch, and sprinklers were still set on the Saturday schedule — Ben Volin (@BenVolinPBP) November...
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Football has a dark side in more ways than one.College players make millions upon millions of dollars for the BCS, NCAA, and their corporate sponsors. Bowl games used to mean something - the stamp of a successful season. Now every team that has won six games gets into a lavishly sponsored, yet borderline meaningless bowl game. How well your fan base travels, rather than team quality...