Found November 08, 2013 on NFL Draft Diamonds:
PLAYERS: Percy Harvin
TEAMS: Seattle Seahawks
Today in his press conference Pete Carroll said that Percy Harvin will be out this week and he is “hopeful” Harvin can resume practicing full time. Another big loss for the Hawks this week is Red Bryant, the huge run stuffer. Bryant has been ruled out because of concussion protocol. He has not been cleared […]

Percy Harvin Ready To Go Next Week

Credit: Getty Images The Seattle Seahawks are looking forward to the return of wide receiver Percy Harvin which could as soon as week eleven. Percy recently underwent hip surgery in early August forcing the star wide receiver to miss more than half the regular season. Nevertheless, he may have missed a lot of time but Pete Carroll and the Seahawks are looking forward to getting Harvin...

Gameday preview: Atlanta Falcons vs. Seattle Seahawks

ATLANTA, GA- The Seattle Seahawks (8-1) will travel to the Georgia Dome to face-off against the Atlanta Falcons (2-6) on Sunday, November 10 at 1:00 p.m. The Seahawks will be returning to the place where their playoff hopes were dashed by the Falcons earlier this year. Now they have a chance to squash any remaining hope Atlanta has left of making the post-season, if there was any...

Seattle wide receiver Doug Baldwin was shocked at the teams latest roster move

Today the Seattle Seahawks made a roster move and it seemed like a huge shocker to Doug Baldwin, who tweeted this: @DougBaldwinJr: “@Seahawks have released WR Bryan Walters and sign DT Michael Brooks to the active roster” Day before the game? At the hotel? “Business” Doug, sorry to tell you, the NFL has been a […]

Seahawks cut WR Bryan Walters, promote DT Michael Brooks

The Seattle Seahawks released wide receiver Bryan Walters in order to sign practice-squad defensive tackle Michael Brooks to the active roster, the team announced Saturday. With Red Bryant and Jordan Hill sidelined, Brooks was able to get a lot of work in with the Seahawks’ defense this week as they prepare for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons. Bryant sustained a concussion in...

Seahawks still can't forget loss to Falcons in 2012 playoffs: 'We let one get away in the postseason'

Seattle's NFC divisional playoff loss at Atlanta last January in which the Seahawks came back from a 20-point deficit at the start of the fourth quarter just to give up the lead in the final 31 seconds and have the season go down the tubes in a 30-28 loss and left a empty feeling for a team with higher expectations. The Seahawks will be looking for a taste of revenge Sunday when...

NFL Power Rankings week 9: Top 2 struggle, shuffle

Sean Smith’s 100 yard interception return for a touchdown likely save KC’s undefeated season, and propelled them to the #1 spot in the Power Rankings.   Week 9 of the isportsweb NFL Power Rankings is the week all you Kansas City Chiefs fans have been waiting for. That’s right: after 9 straight victories and 3 consecutive weeks as the NFL’s only undefeated team, the Chiefs...

Seattle Seahawks can get back on track vs. Falcons

The Seattle Seahawks (8-1) head to the Georgia Dome to face the Atlanta Falcons (2-6) at 1 PM ET on Sunday. The game will be aired on FOX. Seattle has struggled the past two weeks against sub-par opponents but used their resiliency to find a way to win. Atlanta, on the other hand, is struggling mightily as a result of poor defensive performances and injuries to key offensive playmakers...

Richard Sherman says that Roddy White is not a challenge

Roddy White has long been considered one of the best receivers in the game, and recently CB Richard Sherman has made a name for himself as an elite cornerback. Both players are certainly respected around the league, but there may not be mutual respect among the two of them. On Thursday, Richard Sherman was asked about the challenge of facing Roddy White, and his response was simple...

Did Somebody Say “Seahawks Song Parody”? (Hint: No. Nobody Said That)

If you hadn’t had your fill of this song when it first came out but was titled “Scatman (Ski-Ba-Bop-Ba-Dop-Bop)”, or when the criminally underused Jay Pharoah did his parody of it on SNL, or if you haven’t brimmed your glass with enough REALLY CLEVER SERIOUSLY YOU GUYS Seahawks pastiche canticles, here’s this thing to ruin your entire weekend:Debuting on the Bob Rivers...

Seahawks search for answers stopping the run

The Seattle Seahawks are searching for answers to their run defense after allowing at least 200 yards rushing in each of the past two weeks. The St. Louis Rams and Tampa Bay Buccaneers certainly aren't rushing juggernauts. Both teams rank in the bottom half of the league in rushing through nine weeks of the season. However, both found ways to hurt the Seahawks on the ground...

Earl Thomas and the Seahawks Eager to Take on Atlanta for First Time Since Playoff Loss

They did it again! The Seahawks pulled off yet another miraculous last minute victory. After letting the Buccaneers …

Injury Updates Week 10: Marshawn Lynch, Zac Stacy, Trent Richardson, Darren McFadden

Beast Mode could be unleashed in Atlanta, while a rookie running back is aiming for a third straight 100-yard game in Week 10. What other injured...

Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons: Seattle Looks to get back on Track

It is no secret that over the past couple of weeks, the Seattle Seahawks have looked like an exposed team despite winning both games by the skin of their teeth, and supporting an 8 – 1 record. Two weeks ago, the Seahawks traveled to face the St. Louis Rams, who had just lost their starting QB Sam Bradford for the rest of the season. Seattle fans, and most everyone else, thought...
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