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The Colts blocked a Seahawks field goal attempt and returned it for a touchdown in the second quarter of Sunday’s matchup. Seattle punter Jon Ryan attempted to thwart the return and tackle the ballcarrier. He was subsequently punished and given a refresher on why punters should not play defense.
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Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll said wide receiver Percy Harvin is “getting closer” to returning from his hip surgery two months ago to repair a torn labrum in his hip. “He will be back in town this week,” Carroll said of the wide receiver Monday morning on his weekly radio show 710 ESPN Seattle. “He was in New York to make sure the doctor
Seattle Seahawks’ Jon Ryan attempted to tackle Delano Powell resulted in him getting rocked into next week. Not smart.
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Percy Harvin, one of the most electrifying players in the NFL and the man expected to make Seattle’s offense finally click, tweeted Tuesday that he’s “back and ready”.
12th man im back and ready….countdown begins
— Percy Harvin (@Percy_Harvin) October 7, 2013
This tweet most likely just means that Harvin is back in Seattle from his hip surgery and subsequent rehab in...
The Seahawks may be without on or both players come Sunday, as tight end Zack Miller and center Max Unger are listed as questionable and will be game-time decisions when they take on the Indianapolis Colts, according to the Wichita Eagle:
' Miller felt tightness in his hamstring during practice on Wednesday and did not participate in the final two sessions of the week. If Miller...
I know it can’t be that cols in Indianapolis right now, but Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was wearing a ski mask during pregame warm ups.
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Profiled by KOMO-4 in Seattle, Kalee Buetow busted out the names, numbers, and nicknames of the members on her favorite team, the Seattle Seahawks.
Well, so much for undefeated. The Seahawks gained 228 yards on the ground and grossed another 210 through the air despite missing three starters on the o-line, but 2 sacks and 5 QB hits were simply not enough pressure to stop Luck from repeatedly connecting with Wayne and Hilton. Ladies and gentlemen, the Colts are for real.
The main thing that doomed the Seahawks was their...
The National Football League fashion police has struck, again.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch has been fined $5,250 by the league for wearing green shoes during Sunday's game against the Houston Texans.
Players are required to wear the same color shoes as their teammates, which Lynch didn't, and was promptly hit with a dubious fine as a result.
The Seattle Seahawks will yet again be dealing with injuries on the offensive line as they look for a victory on the road this weekend against the Indianapolis Colts, according to their official web site. All-Pro center Max Unger is being listed as questionable after sitting out last week’s game with an arm injury while right tackle Breno Giacomini has already been ruled out of...
Tough loss in Indy
Before the shoot-out in Dallas took place, the Seahawks-Colts matchup was one for the ages.
Two up-and-coming QBs in their second year leading their teams in the right direction for playoff supremacy facing off against each other.
The Seahawks struck first and were rolling early, that is until a botched call on the punt block only resulted in a safety.
The NFL’s uniform police are out on the prowl once again, and this time Marshawn Lynch is the victim.
Lynch was fined $5,250 by the NFL this week for wearing the wrong color shoes during the Seahawks’ 23-20 win over the Texans on Sunday. He wore green shoes during the game, which were not an approved color by the NFL.
This isn’t the first time Lynch has been fined for wearing...
Two first-place teams, two top young quarterbacks and a combined 7-1 record are just a few of the factors that make Sunday's Seattle Seahawks vs...
[via]Kickasserole! Somehow that hasn’t been featured in an installment of Foodball on this site, probably because Sarah has too much taste and not enough self-loathing. This week, Seattle hopes to open up a serving dish of kickasserole on the road in Indianapolis, home of the NFL’s most methed out owner.While undefeated, the Seahawks have looked vulnerable on the road, narrowly...