One year later: Familiar foe, familiar position for Seahawks

It's beginning to feel a lot like last season in the Pacific Northwest, which is why the Seattle Seahawks are not particularly concerned about turning things around following a slow start.“I’m always confident in our ability,” Seahawks safety Earl Thomas said. “We’re going to get it fixed. We’re going to keep fighting and see what happens. I know who we are. ... Ain...
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Seahawks' Carroll: Offensive line coming off 'sharpest' effort

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll managed to find a silver lining amid the rubble of his team's fourth-quarter collapse in Sunday's 27-24 loss at the Cincinnati Bengals.Carroll lauded the play of the Seahawks' offensive line, which has been under fire after quarterback Russell Wilson was sacked 18 times in the first four games.“Without question the offensive line of scrimmage...
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Seahawks release pair in anticipation of signing cornerback Butler

The Seattle Seahawks cleared some roster space Tuesday by releasing wide receiver B.J. Daniels and running back Rod Smith.The Seahawks are expected to fill one of those slots by signing journeyman corneback Crezdon Butler, per a report by the NFL Network on Monday. The #Seahawks are going to sign CB Crezdon Butler tomorrow, a source said. Adds depth to a thin Seattle secondary....
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Fantasy Football: Patience still needed for Marshawn Lynch

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch is expected to make his return to the field for Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers, according to The Seattle Times. Fantasy owners who have held onto Lynch may soon get to reap the rewards of their patience. Sep 20, 2015; Green Bay, WI, USA; Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch (24) tries to break free from Green Bay...
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Seahawks searching for answers at cornerback

Following their heartbreaking loss on Sunday, the Seattle Seahawks have made a few transactions this week. According to Bob Condotta at the Seattle Times, the Seahawks released running back Rod Smith (Marshawn Lynch is back) and wide receiver/quarterback B.J. Daniels. Last night the team also was reported to sign cornerback Crezdon Butler by Rand Getlin of NFL Network: The #Seahawks...
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Carolina Panthers at the Seattle Seahawks: The playoff rematch

This upcoming week 5 match up for the Panthers is a bit of a personal one after Seattle knocked off Carolina in the NFC playoffs last year, although this year’s regular season records between the two teams would have been guessed to be switched before the season started; and who would have thought that up to this point it would be Carolina whose quarterback would have the best...
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Protecting QB Russell Wilson becoming a serious problem for Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson usually can get out of jams in the backfield, but recently even he can't avoid the jail breaks that are constantly heading his way. According to Michael David Smith of, Wilson is on pace to get sacked 70 times this season. Smith writes: 'Wilson was sacked four times yesterday in Cincinnati, giving him a league-high 22...
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Seahawks Waive QB B.J. Daniels & RB Rod Smith

The Seattle Seahawks officially waived QB B.J. Daniels and RB Rod Smith on Tuesday, according to the NFL transactions release. Daniels, 25, is a former seventh round pick of the 49ers back in 2013. He lasted less than a year in San Francisco before he was waived and later claimed by the Seahawks. Daniels was able to make the team’s 53-man roster coming out of the preseason. It...
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Russell Wilson takes notice of Seattle Seahawks offensive line troubles

The Seattle Seahawks are sitting at 2-3 on the season and in third place in the NFC West. Seattle is looking up at the similarly ranked St. Louis Rams and the 4-1 Arizona Cardinals. One of the surprises of the season for the Seahawks is the struggling offensive line, they are the biggest question mark thus far this season. There has been a lack of protection on pass plays and an...
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Tuesday web roundup: Seattle Seahawks

Seattle Seahawks: The running attack fuels this offense The Seattle Seahawks may have lost to Cincinnati in week five, but they showed significant signs of improvement, especially on offense ... Seahawks' personnel updates: Lynch, Wagner, Hill Seattle coach Pete Carroll offered updates on Bobby Wagner, Marshawn Lynch and more during his ... Bob Condotta covers theSeahawks for...
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Is It Too Late To Turn The Seattle Seahawks Around?

My, things can change quickly in the NFL. Before this season began, the Seattle Seahawks were the favorites to win the Super Bowl. Their vaunted defense was the class of the league, their young quarterback was one of the most promising players in the league, and they seemed ready to put that infamous Super Bowl [&hellip The post Is It Too Late To Turn The Seattle Seahawks Around...
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Seahawks have blown second-most fourth quarter leads since 2012

The Legion of Boom has gained the reputation as the best defense of this generation. Led by Pro Bowlers at three of the four positions in the secondary and an All-Pro linebacker, the Seattle Seahawks have found a way to rely on this unit for a whole heck of a lot of success since the start of the 2012 season.In the three years prior to this season, Seattle boasted a 36-12 record...
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Carroll: Bennett ‘lost his mind a little bit’ during Sunday’s loss

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll acknowledged that defensive lineman Michael Bennett made a “real mistake” by going after Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton following an interception during Sunday’s loss. After Seahawks safety Earl Thomas intercepted the Bengals signal-caller in the end zone late in the first half, Bennett was whistled for unsportsmanlike...
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Two tweets about Sunday’s game that Seahawks fans are not going to like

The Seattle Seahawks do not give up 17 point leads, no less in the fourth quarter. That’s not the team that I fell in love with. That’s not what this team is all about. The thing is the more we learn about the game, the more disappointed we become. Here’s two tweets about the loss to the Cincinnati Bengals that you’re not going to like… AROUND COVER32 Power Rankings: Where...
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Seattle Seahawks expect Marshawn Lynch to play Sunday

After sitting out the last two games due to a strained hamstring, the Seattle Seahawks expect to have All-Pro running back Marshawn Lynch in the starting lineup on Sunday against the Carolina Panthers. Jamie Squire/Getty Images North America via The Seahawks are 2-3 on the season as they will host the undefeated Panthers in the Week 6 matchup. This will mark the second...
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Report: Panthers LB Luke Kuechly cleared to practice

The Carolina Panthers have been without superstar linebacker Luke Kuechly for three games because of a concussion, but that’s about to change. According to Jonathan Jones of The Charlotte Observer, “an independent doctor” has cleared the Boston College product, who will return to practice at a perfect moment for the 4-0 Panthers. Source: Panthers LB Luke Kuechly has...
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The Tuesday After – Seattle Seahawks Old Flaw Resurfaces, Blow Big Lead, Lose 27-24 To Bengals

We all have a family member who has some glaring flaws. They are constantly late, or flake out, or something far worse. It becomes family lore. Everyone talks about Suzie’s problem. You analyze it from every angle, picking it apart, hoping to either find a solution or just use the conversation as a sort of group therapy session to cope. If it is a serious flaw, there is sadness...
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Michael Irvin says T.O. is too old to help the Cowboys

Hall of Famer Michael Irvin isn’t optimistic about Terrell Owens making a comeback with the Dallas Cowboys. Owens, who is 41 years old, is making it known that he’s available to any NFL teams in need of receivers. Per, Owens had his agent contact the Dallas Cowboys to start the wheels in motion to see if the team would consider signing him to fill in for the injured...
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Seahawks' Chancellor takes step backward in OT loss to Bengals

Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor made an immediate impact upon returning to the lineup after sitting out the first two games due to a contract holding.Once Chancellor returned, the Seahawks won both games while turning in a pair of sparkling defensive efforts, albeit against a pair of struggling opponents. Seattle blanked the Chicago Bears in Week 3 and limited the Detroit...
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Yet another 4th-quarter collapse hanging over Seahawks

RENTON, Wash. (AP) Pete Carroll could have been talking about the season opener at St. Louis, or Week 2 in Green Bay, or even the Super Bowl loss last February to New England. ''No matter how many times I look at this I can't get the end to change,'' Carroll said Monday. He was referring to one of the worst fourth-quarter collapses in franchise history on Sunday when Seattle let...
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Seahawks' Lynch expected back Thursday after missing two games

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll expects running back Marshawn Lynch to return to practice Thursday and be available for Sunday's home matchup against the undefeated Carolina Panthers.Lynch has been sidelined the past two games due to a hamstring injury, the first time he has sat out since the 2011 season.  Pete Carroll on Thomas Rawls' role once Lynch returns: "Normally Marshawn...
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Injury bug hits Seahawks again, defensive lineman Hill out, linebacker Wagner hurting

The injury bug hits the Seahawks again and Seattle (2-3) will be facing the Carolina Panthers on Sunday with an increasingly depleted roster. Defensive lineman Jordan Hill has a quad strain and will miss approximately three weeks. Over the first five games Hill has totaled 18 tackles and has provided the Seahawks some solid play protecting the middle as a run-stuffer. All-Pro...
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The Seahawks’ fourth quarter defense is awful right now

If you were looking for some kind of silver lining or a glimmer of hope following yesterday’s loss, I’ve got nothing for you. The fact is the Seattle Seahawks offense sucks and has for a long time, and right now their defense can’t stop anybody from scoring in the fourth quarter. Don’t believe me? Just check out these numbers. According to Greg Bedard of MMQB, over the last...
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USC enabled and snitched on Steve Sarkisian

USC hired Steve Sarkisian. USC enabled Sarkisian. And in the end, USC snitched on and smeared Sarkisian to push blame away from the dumpster fire created by athletic director Pat Haden and the Trojan administration since the glory days under Pete Carroll. A program known for keeping things under wraps for decades all of a sudden became a sieve of information as soon as Sarkisian...
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Russell Wilson on loss to Bengals: 'They finished better than we did; it’s as simple as that'

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson wasn't going to sugarcoat the loss against the Bengal on Sunday, he'd rather accept that his team couldn't finish Cincinnati when they had a chance and it came back to haunt them. “We didn’t execute, in the fourth quarter especially, and even in the third quarter a little bit. We had opportunities and we didn’t capitalize. It starts...
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