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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman plans to have his attorney file a motion that could delay the appeal of his four-game suspension, ESPN.com reported Sunday. Sherman's suspension stems from testing positive for performance enhancing drugs. He reportedly tested positive for Adderall. The appeal hearing is scheduled for Friday but delaying it would allow Sherman to continue playing longer. Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner recently dropped his appeal and begins serving a four-game suspension Sunday for testing positive for a performance enhancing drug. Seattle hosts the Arizona Cardinals.
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A couple of weeks ago, it was announced that Seattle Seahawks cornerbacks Richard Sherman and Brandon Browner would each face four-game suspensions for violating the NFL’s performance-enhancing drug policy. Browner dropped his appeal and began his late-season vacation this weekend. Sherman, however, must have noticed he could squeeze in a...
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Pete Carroll says he felt the Seattle Seahawks handled their blowout win over Arizona in proper fashion.
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The NFC West is still up for the grabs. The San Francisco 49ers had control of it all season but the Seattle Seahawks are not about to let them walk away with it. Going down the stretch the Seahawks are trying to make a run for the west. And with their cupcake final four games, one of them being against San Francisco at home, the Seahawks are in great shape to win the division...
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Marshawn Lynch had three touchdown runs and Seattle set a franchise record for points in a 58-0 win over the Cardinals on Sunday.
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While the Seahawks are rolling toward the playoffs, Arizona looked for an end to the misery induced by its nine-game slide.
''It's a reward for all of the hard work. You work so hard and so often, the games don't afford you...
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SEATTLE -- Vociferous and talented Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman ran side by side with Arizona receiver Larry Fitzgerald early in the second quarter when Cardinals quarterback John Skelton zipped a pass their way. Sherman broke on the underthrown spiral. Fitzgerald did not. The interception turned into a 19-yard touchdown for Sherman, one of several highlights for...