Will We Ever See Another Two-Sport Athlete?

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson was a college infielder, and was drafted by the Rockies in 2010. After being acquired in the Rule 5 draft by Texas, he showed up at Rangers spring training to take some drills, and said, "I've always had the dream of playing two sports." Well, the quintessential two-sport athlete says Wilson » 3/19/14 11:58am 3/19/14 11:58am

The Seattle Seahawks Burn The Broncos' Touchdown Factory To The Ground

The best offense-best defense matchup should have been a grinding, tough, watchable-for-all-60-minutes game with a million lead changes, or so that's what we envisioned. Instead, the Seahawks devoured everything in front of them. Seattle embarrassed Denver's NFL-best offense, 43-8. It wasn't even close. » 2/02/14 10:50pm 2/02/14 10:50pm

Richard Sherman Rips Out San Francisco's Heart At The Last Second

It looked like the NFC Championship Game was going to end with a 49ers game-winning drive. Down six points, Colin Kaepernick and company were moving down the field with ease. They were already in the red zone. And then, Richard Sherman happened. » 1/19/14 10:24pm 1/19/14 10:24pm

Russell Wilson Is The Quarterback Darrell Bevell Always Wanted

Nineteen years ago, Darrell Bevell, a redshirt freshman transfer fresh off his Mormon mission, led Wisconsin to its first Rose Bowl win—an ugly 21-16 victory over UCLA that featured seven fumbles. Bevell's clinching touchdown came on a particularly un-balletic play. The video isn't online, but here's how Jon Roe… » 12/26/12 10:00am 12/26/12 10:00am

This Is Not Golden Tate, ESPN

We get that things were a bit hectic after the final decision in last night's joke of a professional sports contest. But really, ESPN? Identifying Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson as receiver Golden Tate? That's almost as bad as misidentifying an interception for a touchdown catch. » 9/25/12 9:00am 9/25/12 9:00am

Which Rookie Quarterback Had The Most Poise After His First Start?

Mark Sanchez was the king of "poise" during his rookie season in 2009. That year, you'd have been hard-pressed to find any writers using any other word to describe him (seriously, you would). Now, after just one game this season, five first-year quarterbacks—Robert Griffin III, Andrew Luck, Brandon Weeden, Ryan… » 9/12/12 3:45pm 9/12/12 3:45pm