Because the ESPYs are the only source of sports information tonight, this Richard Sherman update comes straight from the red carpet. In an interview with Jalen Rose, Sherman gave his unsurprisingly unfiltered view on the NFLPA and their need for strength in labor negotiations.
This week, the Seahawks signed Austin Davis to back up Russell Wilson. I don’t need to tell you that Austin Davis is a shitty quarterback. He didn’t play a single snap in 2016, and in 2015 he started two games for Cleveland and promptly committed five turnovers. In terms of statistics, physical attributes, and…
The Seahawks have found another backup for quarterback Russell Wilson. It just won’t be Colin Kaepernick, who apparently is too good for the job.
ESPN’s Seth Wickersham went long on the simmering drama that’s affected the Seattle Seahawks for a while now, with Russell Wilson’s goal-line interception at the end of the Super Bowl nearly three years ago still haunting the locker room. The gist is that the defense—and Richard Sherman in particular—doesn’t much care…
Hall of Fame defensive lineman Cortez Kennedy was found dead in his home in Orlando, Fla. on Tuesday morning, according to local police. He was 48 years old.
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:
Folks, the NFL never sleeps. Even now, in the dog days of mid-May, as the league’s news cycle yawns and feels its eyelids getting heavy, the continued unemployment of Colin Kaepernick is there to slap everyone awake again. There’s been a lot of this and a lot of that said and written about Kaepernick in recent weeks.…
Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark played college football at Michigan until he was kicked off the Wolverines after an arrest for allegedly punching his then-girlfriend in a hotel. (Clark had the assault and domestic violence charges dropped when he pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.) Tonight, he sent and deleted a…
John Schneider, in a fit of rare, on-the-record candor for an NFL general manager, confirmed this morning that all those Richard Sherman trade rumors are true.
No position in the NFL has been devalued in recent years more than running back. The latest indication: Former Packers running back Eddie Lacy, who agreed to terms with the Seahawks. Adam Schefter’s got the initial contract skinny:
There are lots of good reasons not to sign Adrian Peterson. He’s coming off a season largely lost to a torn meniscus. Between injury and suspension, he’s only appeared in 20 games over the last three seasons. He’ll turn 32 years old this month. He...you know. And yet he’s trying his damndest to drum up a market.
Ciara, the baby in her belly, little Future, and Russell Wilson posed for a photo. See if you can find Russ:
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett has decided not to accompany a group of NFL players touring Israel next week, citing human rights concerns.
Three times now, Pete Carroll has run afoul of labyrinthine NFL rules.
The Seattle Seahawks lost 36-20 to the Atlanta Falcons last night, but you can’t place any blame for the loss on Seahawks return man Devin Hester. His 50-yard kickoff return in the second quarter led to a field goal, and a few minutes later his 80-yard punt return was negated by a holding penalty. His 78-yard return…
The Falcons narrowed a Seahawks lead tonight when midway through the second quarter Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson tripped and fell into the end zone—where he was easily touched down for a safety. Oops!
Seattle lost an important game for their playoff seeding after Steven Hauschka missed the would-be go-ahead extra point and Arizona drove the field to kick a game-winning field goal on the final play of the game.
Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett held onto a Russell Wilson pass despite having his leg mangled and exploded into two pieces as he rolled into the end zone. Warning! This video is gruesome.