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  • Seahawks’ Wilson stays calm amid the storm

    RENTON, Wash. – Darrell Bevell first noticed it while watching his alma mater play on television. The Seahawks offensive coordinator had no way of knowing he’d soon be coaching Russell …


  • Bears stop skid, beat winless Giants 27-21

    CHICAGO – Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall were simply too much to handle. So was Tim Jennings. Cutler threw two touchdown passes to Marshall, and Jennings had two of the …


  • Kearse stepping up for Seahawks

    Despite an excellent career at the University of Washington, Jermaine Kearse was little more than an afterthought when he joined the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent last season.


  • Titans-Seahawks Capsule

    First meeting between two teams since 2009, and last of four straight games against AFC South for Seahawks.


  • Seahawks hope O-line play continues to improve

    Russell Wilson has run for the fifth-most yards of any offensive player in the NFL over the past two weeks.


  • 49ers linebacker Smith charged with three felonies

    San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith was charged Wednesday in Santa Clara, Calif., with three felony counts of illegal possession of an assault weapon, stemming from a party at his …


  • Titans QB Jake Locker misses chance to play in Seattle

    RENTON, Wash. – The famous RV emblazoned “Ferndawgs” is no longer part of the family, having been sold to Husky fans after Jake Locker headed to the NFL. When the …


  • Goodell hit with Redskins questions

    Avoiding direct answers to questions about whether “Redskins” is a racial slur or if the team should change its name, NFL commissioner Roger Goodell says the league needs to “make …


  • Bills tab untested Lewis as starting QB

    The Buffalo Bills are turning to Thad Lewis as their starter, promoting the untested quarterback off the practice squad. Coach Doug Marrone said on his weekly show on Buffalo’s WGR-Radio …


  • Playing like a veteran

    ATLANTA – Rookie Geno Smith wasn’t flustered. Not after all the mistakes in his first four games. Not after the Atlanta Falcons went ahead on a touchdown with less than …


  • NFL on the couch just fine for Slouch

    In a half-century of watching NFL games, I have seen literally thousands of them – on TV. I have gone to, maybe, five NFL games in person. The NFL is …


  • Chad: Watch NFL from the couch

    In a half-century of watching NFL games, Norman Chad has seen literally thousands of them – on TV. He says he has gone to, maybe, five NFL games in person. …


  • NFL briefs: Freeman to Minnesota, agent says

    Josh Freeman is headed to Minnesota. Freeman’s agent, Erik Burkhardt, revealed the move in a one-word tweet Sunday night, saying: “Vikings!!!”


  • Sunday’s NFL statistics, capsules

    For 10-07-2013


  • Seahawks focus on positive after disappointing defeat

    INDIANAPOLIS – It’s dangerous to take it down to the wire against a team with horse shoes on its helmets and a quarterback named Luck. Still, the Seahawks’ 34-28 loss …


  • Colts’ rally sends Seahawks to first loss after 4-0 start

    INDIANAPOLIS – Their first regular-season loss in more than 10 months, the Seattle Seahawks promised afterward, won’t linger. “We’ll flush it right after we watch it tomorrow,” Seattle cornerback Richard …


  • Colts finish off Seahawks in fourth

    Their first regular-season loss in more than 10 months, the Seattle Seahawks promised afterward, won’t linger. “We’ll flush it right after we watch it tomorrow,” Seattle cornerback Richard Sherman said …


  • Adjectives apply to Colts’ Luck

    INDIANAPOLIS – Just when it seemed like everything that could be said about Andrew Luck had already been said, along came Richard Sherman to, well, pick off a new description …


  • Jaguars welcome back Blackmon

    The Jacksonville Jaguars (0-4) have activated receiver Justin Blackmon from the reserve/suspended list and waived guard Jacques McClendon. Blackmon did not count against the team’s 53-man roster while he was …


  • Seahawks’ Legion of Boom learning from leaks

    RENTON, Wash. – The lesson came swiftly in the first half against Houston. To that point in the season, Seattle’s secondary had yet to be pushed. But in the first …


  • MLB claims A-Rod lawsuit a violation

    Baseball: Major League Baseball calls Alex Rodriguez’s lawsuit against the sport a “clear violation” of the confidentiality provisions of the league’s drug program. The Yankees third baseman sued MLB and …


  • Seahawks secondary bounces back

    Earl Thomas says he and the rest of the Seahawks’ secondary learned a lot from a poor first half last week in Houston.


  • Daniels says waiver grab not payback

    SEATTLE – When the Seahawks claimed rookie quarterback B.J. Daniels off waivers from the 49ers on Wednesday, it was hard for many observers to resist the notion that it was …


  • Browns beat Bills in bang-up battle

    Quarterback Brandon Weeden replaced injured starter Brian Hoyer and rallied the Cleveland Browns to a 37-24 win at home Thursday night over the Buffalo Bills, who also lost starting rookie …


  • Wilson, Luck smart but different quarterbacks

    Doug Baldwin does not want to be in the middle of this debate.


  • Irvin’s return gives Seattle reason to smile

    RENTON, Wash. – Giddy and chatting in superlatives with a broad smile, Seattle Seahawks linebackers coach Ken Norton Jr. may be the only one whose joy exceed that of Bruce …


  • Saints keep marching to 4-0 record

    Drew Brees reminded a national audience why he’s becoming Mr. Monday Night, and gave the Miami Dolphins another reason to regret not making a harder push to sign him when …


  • Locker out for now

    Tennessee Titans coach Mike Munchak said quarterback Jake Locker needs more tests on his injured hip and he doesn’t know how long the quarterback will be out. Munchak is optimistic …


  • Hawks rough, ready, resilient

    Not only did Seattle reaffirm its position as the class of the NFC in its come-from-behind victory at Houston on Sunday, but the Seahawks also displayed more evidence they are …


  • In brief: Greenwood, ex-Steeler, dies

    NFL: L.C. Greenwood, the relentless defensive end who made up one quarter of the Pittsburgh Steelers’ “Steel Curtain” defense of the 1970s, has died. He was 67. The Allegheny County …

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