In the wake of Michael Bennett’s threat to boycott his newspaper, Seattle Times columnist Matt Calkins has taken the L.
Michael Bennett is mad at the Seattle Times. The Seahawks defensive lineman didn’t take kindly to a recent column by Matt Calkins:
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett has decided not to accompany a group of NFL players touring Israel next week, citing human rights concerns.
Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett has been known to unleash an homage to Ravishing Rick Rude after recording a sack, and he hit the Rams with a particularly saucy one after sacking Jared Goff last Thursday. Bennett was penalized for the dance, but that didn’t stop him from commemorating it with a very dope…
Nobody in the NFL gives nearly as good a quote as Michael and Martellus Bennett do. The brothers welcomed fans to the NFL season by dishing out burns to Eli Manning, Sam Bradford, Roger Goodell, and plenty of others. E:60 has a full profile of the brothers coming soon, and they released a minute’s worth of tasty…
ESPN’s Mina Kimes has written a great profile of Michael and Martellus Bennett, the two brothers who consistently provide the best soundbites in the NFL. The whole story is an enjoyable read, but one highlight is the brothers issuing raw takes on other figures around the league.
Former NFL running back Michael Bennett was arrested in Petaluma, Ca. on Thursday and held on suspicion of forgery, elder abuse, grand theft, and burglary. Bennett allegedly took out more than $300,000 worth of fraudulent loans in his girlfriend’s parents’ names. The parents realized something fishy was going on after…
Since returning from his holdout, Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor hasn’t done anything but lead an outright destruction of the Chicago Bears and save his teammates’ asses with one of the more brilliant individual efforts you’ll ever see on a defensive play. In other words, it’s been a good two weeks for Chancellor, and…
Over the past few days, two Seahawks have publicly offered differing opinions on the Black Lives Matter movement, police brutality, poverty, and a host of related issues. In the usually anodyne world of athlete press conferences, it’s really something.
Pretty much everything was asked about during the three days of press conferences during Super Bowl week. Few answers were as good as the Seahawks' Richard Sherman and Michael Bennett on the NCAA, which Bennett called "one of the biggest scams in America."
After a game like that, I don't think it's possible for anything to seem weird. A Seahawks DE commandeering a police bicycle, and pedaling triumphantly down the sideline and across the CenturyLink turf, feels entirely normal!
Really spicy burn here from Seahawks DE Michael Bennett, after Seattle smothered the vaunted Philadelphia offense and QB Mark Sanchez to the tune of just 10-of-20 passing for 96 yards.
Michael Bennett's sack of Eli Manning in the fourth quarter of yesterday's game, right in the middle of the Giants' collapse during the late third and early fourth, was enough to land him in the top 25 defensive ends for the week. But what the stats won't tell you is that Bennett whipped out the Ravishing Rick Rude…
Russell Wilson's quarterbacking the best team in the NFL right now, so of course there are perks to that status. Those benefits are also available to his teammates, but only if they pretend to be him, as Michael Bennett did.
Quick, before it gets fixed, everyone go to NFL.com's free agency page and click on Michael Bennett's photo. UPDATE: Aw, it got fixed—or at least Bennett's profile is gone. When you clicked the picture, Randy Newman's "Short People" inexplicably started playing.
A man is suing former Tampa Bay Buccaneers Anthony Davis and Michael Bennett for beating him up in a drunken melee in an IHOP parking lot on Oct. 13.