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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has indicated that he feels good about quarterback Tavaris Jackson being his starter next season. “That’s where we are,” Carroll said. “That doesn’t mean that we’re not going to look at the draft really hard and all of the opportunities. We’ll always do that at every position. But (for) [...]
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Here are some brief injury updates from coach Pete Carroll's press conference Wednesday.
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WR BEN OBOMANU (knee)
"We're just going to take it all the way to game time with Ben. We're going to rest him during the week and see. We think he can play. We have to see how effective he'll be, really when we run him full speed on Sunday."
Former CFL defensive back was running out of money when he finally got a call from the Seahawks. He's made the most of his NFL opportunity.
It was a somewhat exciting year for Seattle Seahawk fans across the globe. Here’s a look at Seattle’s top 5 stories of the year.
Playoff appearance at 7-9
On January 2nd the Seahawks knocked off the St. Louis Rams 16-6 to finish the year at 7-9. This sent them home on a positive note at least, as they start to get ready for next year. NOT. With the win, Seattle was able to take...
Baldwin set to lead Seahawks in receiving
(AP) — Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin could become the first undrafted player since the merger to lead his team in yards receiving as a rookie.
The rookie out of Stanford signed with Seattle before training camp and quickly began to show that teams made a mistake in not taking him in the draft.
The Seahawks took a big gamble on Tarvaris Jackson as their starting quarterback after the lockout ended. We believe Jackson has met the expectations of the Seattle coaching staff, and probably exceeded the expectations of those outside the Seahawks building. The plan, for now, is to roll with Jackson again in 2012. “That’s where we are,”…
Marshawn Lynch’s love of Skittles paid off in the form of free candy earlier this season, but now it is costing him some cash. Lynch wore cleats with a Skittles pattern for last Sunday’s game against the 49ers, which likely made the candy makers very happy. It wasn’t as warmly received by the folks at…
When Sunday’s season finale is over, Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin will have done something no player has done since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger: Led his team in receiving yards, as an undrafted rookie. Baldwin has 48 catches for 748 yards this season, 264 more yards than the Seahawks’ No. 2 receiver, Sidney Rice. So…
Seattle QB Jackson hopes to end year on high note
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Updated 04:25 p.m., Thursday, December 29, 2011
(AP) — Tarvaris Jackson already has a vote of confidence he's never before received in his career...
Week 16 NFL's bad boys. The Seahawks Edition
Mike Sando over at ESPN's NFC West blog is reporting Marshawn Lynch and Richard Sherman are the guilty parties this week in terms of fines from the NFL. (NO fun league)
Seahawks' Richard Sherman was fined $15k for his horse collar tackle vs the 49ers Frank Gore.
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has been fined $10k for...
</object Seattle Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson said that even though his team is no longer in the playoff hunt, there’s still plenty to play for against Arizona in the final game of the season on Sunday. “The record doesn’t show it because we’re a 7-8 team,” Jackson said. “But I feel like we’re a better team this year, and it’d be good for the record...
Dave Boling of The News Tribune profiles Seahawks safety Earl Thomas after Tuesday’s announcement that he made the Pro Bowl as a starter at free safety. Thomas said while the interceptions numbers aren’t as much as last year, more film study and a commitment to playing sound defense has led to less big plays given up by Seattle’s defense. “We always know what we’re going...
A pair of NFC West residents that have each put together strong second halves of this 2011 campaign both seek to close out their respective seasons with a flourish when the Arizona Cardinals host the Seattle Seahawks Sunday at University of Phoenix Stadium.
The NFL has announced the opponents for the New England Patriots 2012 NFL season.
New England will go on the road to face their divisional foes Miami, Buffalo and New York plus have additional road games against the AFC South with Jacksonville and Tennessee as well as the winner of the AFC North, either Baltimore or Pittsburgh. They also have road contests against NFC West foes...