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Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice returned to the practice field on Wednesday, indicating that he has been cleared to play in Week 14.Fantasy Spin:Sunday's game will be against Arizona which means he'll face talented CB Patrick Peterson, so he may not be a great fantasy option.
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Pete Carroll knows it’s going to be tough going forward in a passing league and losing two cornerbacks for the rest of the regular season. Brandon Browner gave up his futile fight so he could get on with his punishment. Though it’s not official, Richard Sherman should suffer the same fate. Losing half of your secondary is a devastating blow in a playoff run and now the Seahawks...
Wide receiver Braylon Edwards was released by the Seattle Seahawks, who also placed left guard James Carpenter on the reserve/non-football illness list for the remainder of the season. Guard Rishaw Johnson was signed from the practice squad. Edwards was signed July 31 and made the team over Terrell Owens, but totaled just eight receptions for 74 yards and one touchdowns while...
(Eds: Updates with quotes, details. With AP Photos.) By CURTIS CRABTREE Associated Press Sidney Rice and Golden Tate have become the go-to targets for Seattle Seahawks rookie quarterback Russell Wilson.
Rice, healthy for the first time in three years, is enjoying a resurgence for the Seahawks. A hip injury derailed his final season in Minnesota before Rice signed with Seattle following...
The former Notre Dame star Golden Tate struggled early in his career but has turned on the Jets recently. Along with the explosion on the scene called Russell Wilson, Tate is making his presence known and making crunch time plays that have the Seahawks at 7-5.
His late game touchdown helped beat the Chicago Bears and sent the Seahawks soaring. In 2012, Tate has 35 catches for 486...
Christmas came early
No, that wasn’t a typo in the paper, or some sort of glitch on your TV screen Sunday afternoon, the Seattle Seahawks actually won a game on the road against a good Bears team.
It all seemed to fall into place after that non-call when Doug Baldwin pushed off to make the catch to extend the drive in overtime.
Just like the Packers game, I don’t care if...
Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times is reporting that Seahawks defensive back Brandon Browner has dropped his appeal and will server a four-game suspension for violating the league’s PED policy.
“Browner’s apparent decision to drop his appeal reflects the difficulty in fighting a positive test for a banned substance,” writes O’Neil. “A player is considered responsible...
The Seattle Seahawks announced Tuesday that they were releasing receiver, Braylon Edwards via an injury distinction. The release comes on the heels of comments Braylon made ripping the Jets franchise and supporting QB Mark Sanchez. The release isn’t believed to be connected to the rant, but no specific injury was sited.
“Don’t blame Sanchez. I played...
Last week: 13 (+3)
Net points per drive: 0.31 (10th)
DVOA: 31.9% (4th)
Weighted DVOA: 35.6% (3rd)
QB Russell Wilson: 23 of 37 for 293 yards and 2 touchdowns, 4 throw aways, 1 drop, 97.9 adjusted QB rating, pressured on 21 of 44 drop backs (2 sacks, 3 scrambles, 5 of 16, 4 throw aways, 1 drop), rushed for 71 yards (10 after contact) on 9 attempts, 2 broken tackles...
Braylon Edwards had an eventful day Tuesday.Edwards, the former New York Jets (and now former Seattle Seahawks) receiver, tweeted that Mark Sanchez critics need not blame the Jets' signal-caller for his team's shortcomings but instead the "idiots calling the shots. "Edwards, however, wrote an apology tweet a couple hours later, explaining that his emotions got the...
On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein talks about Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson and why this NFL season may be the most captivating ever. He is also joined by Mike Ferguson of Outside the Red Zone to discuss Notre Dame.
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