Seahawks quarterback and outspoken non-fucker Russell Wilson is one step closer to fucking. He posted a video showing an ecstatic Ciara reacting to his proposal. Congratulations to the couple that will someday have sex.
Seahawks receiver Ricardo Lockette said that he was close to death when Cowboys safety Jeff Heath knocked him out with a blindside hit last November. Last Friday, Lockette—who was still wearing a neck brace—visited Redmond Fire Station 11 and thanked the paramedics who properly treated his injury. He explained that…
Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor had a friendly chat with police officers last night, after they were called by gym employees to investigate some men they believed were trying to gain entry to the closed building. But Kam just wanted to buy the place.
Marshawn Lynch is retiring, and looking at the trajectory of his NFL career, it’s somewhat of a miracle that he made it this far. Before he was chewing Skittles and playing video games with Conan O’Brien, the then-Bills running back was on his way to being another example of a player with immense talent hampered by…
Seahawks rookie defensive end Frank Clark, whose team lost to the Panthers in this year’s divisional round, has some thoughts about Cam Newton:
An oral history of the final drive of last year’s Super Bowl. I still can’t fully grasp that that happened.
Yesterday was Woman Crush Wednesday on Twitter, so Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson decided to offer an encomium to the light and love of his life, Ciara:
Fans of the Seattle Seahawks have gained a reputation as not dealing well with losing, which is weird, because they had all of recorded human history up until about 2003 to get good at it. They’ve also gained a reputation as the NFL fanbase most likely to start a pointless petition when things don’t go their way. Now…
On Oct. 14, Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman smoked spice, but about an hour later “thought he was fine to drive,” according to Bellevue, Wash., police. That’s when Coleman was going 60 miles per hour in a 35 zone before crashing his truck into another vehicle right in front of him, then kept hitting the…
The Seahawks could not have possibly had a worse start to their divisional-round loss to the Panthers last week, throwing two picks and allowing two defensive touchdowns and falling behind 21-0 in the first 15 minutes. And, at least to some extent, Pete Carroll blamed the grass.
At some point after the Carolina Panthers’ playoff victory over the Seattle Seahawks, Panthers rookie linebacker Shaq Thompson got on Snapchat to deliver a special message to the Seahawks and their fans. The message has since been deleted, but it still lives on the internet:
As frustrating as it is that all the good football teams are in the NFC and are getting knocked out while the Patriots coast to another conference title, it was more than a little satisfying to see the Seahawks go down. Trust me, it will be even more satisfying when you see how this one Seahawks fan threw a smarm-fit…
Marshawn Lynch may have had a disappointing season that ended with a six-carry, 20-yard effort in yesterday’s loss to the Panthers, but he’s still capable of delivering some big hits.
It’s hard to call any play made by a team that was up 31-0 at halftime and led through all four quarters a true “game-saver,” but there’s no denying that the Panthers were in need of a big play after the Seahawks’ successful fake punt late in the third quarter. That’s when Josh Norman went off-script to pull off one…
With a halftime score of 31-0, the public demanded it. So here’s the first half highlights of today’s Seahawks-Panthers as called by pro wrestling legend “J.R.” Jim Ross.
Blair Walsh’s heartbreaking shank that ended Minnesota’s season lifted spirits in the Pacific Northwest just as it crushed those in the Land of
Ten Thousand Lakes. Here’s how his missed 27-yarder sounded on KFAN in the Twin Cities (above) and on KIRO in Seattle (below).
Blair Walsh blew a short field goal that would have most likely won today’s Vikings-Seahawks game. Instead, he missed wide left and Seattle escaped with a 10-9 win. They have Carolina next week, in what should be a warmer climate.
Seahawks fans haven’t had much to cheer about offensively today, but Seattle’s Doug Baldwin gave his team a much-needed first down in the third quarter today with an Odell Beckham-tier one-handed grab in the sub-zero temperatures.