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Seattle Seahawks starting nickel cornerback Jeremy Lane said Thursday that he knows how to stop Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski.
“I actually don’t think he’s that good,” Lane said when asked what makes Gronkowski good. “He’s OK. He does have a big body. But from what I’ve seen on tape, he doesn’t like you putting your hands...
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Detroit Lions wide receiver Golden Tate, in a new column in The Cauldron, addresses many of the rumors surrounding his departure from the Seattle Seahawks in the 2014 offseason.
From The Cauldron:
“Unfortunately, I have since been harassed on social media over a multitude of reasons about why I left, none of which are true,” wrote Tate...
Russell Okung apparently did not appreciate the team’s concern over his in-game health. The Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle suffered an unknown injury during their game against the Niners. When the team’s training staff attempted to check on him, he forcefully shoved one trainer away: [Bro Bible]
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Football is rough.
Seattle Seahawks offensive tackle Russell Okung got hurt on the last play of the first half against the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. In fact, he suffered some sort of chest injury as he started coughing up blood.
When a trainer came to check on him, Okung was trying to describe what was happening to him and was evidently failing. Then, he got frustrated.
Seattle Seahawks OT Russell Okung looked to be quite frustrated during an exchange with a trainer in Sunday’s game against the 49ers.
When QB Russell Wilson threw an interception on the final play of the first half, Okung appeared to hurt himself when Eric Reid attempted to turn the return into a possible score.
He then came off the field and had a heated exchange with a trainer...
Russell Okung did not start the second half of Sunday’s Seahawks-49ers game after appearing to suffer an injury on the final play of the first half. Okung appeared to get hurt while trying to make a play following Russell Wilson’s interception at the end of the half that was nearly returned for a touchdown. Okung...Read More
It took until the fourth quarter, but the Seattle Seahawks managed to literally run away with a rousing 38-17 win over the Giants on Sunday.
The running game stole the show, as the Hawks ran for a franchise-best 350 yards, and Beast Mode Marshawn Lynch had himself a day.
Lynch ran 21 times for 140 yards and four touchdowns. This was his 24th 100-yard contest with the Seahawks.
Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates, one of the greatest quarterback-tight end duos I have seen in my young life, dominated the Seahawks’ defense, and the Chargers handed the defending Super Bowl champs their first loss, winning 31-20.
When I looked at the match-up between the Seattle Seahawks and San Diego Chargers, I envisioned a 31-20 final score.
I somehow got that right. I just...
Typically speaking, sports fans tend to worry about two things – the past and the future. They’ll debate who was the greatest player of all-time, while also spending hours discussing whether or not a rookie is going to be develop into an All-Pro.
Both are fun exercises, things that keep fans engaged and the beer flowing at the local tavern. But they miss out on what is most important...
Well, this can’t be good. Or maybe it can be, depending on how you look at it. Left tackle Russell Okung missed eight games during the 2013 season with toe issues. His absence forced the Seahawks to take Paul McQuistan out of his natural position to fill in. The results were less than desirable.
That’s why the sight of Okung in a walking boot at his alma mater Oklahoma State...