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  • Seahawks’ Johnson starts over

    RENTON, Wash. – Jerrod Johnson had to reconstruct the most essential element of playing quarterback: His throwing motion. Johnson, who looks like a pro quarterback at 6-foot-5, 251 pounds, spent …


  • Injuries shroud abilities of Seahawks rookie tight end

    Luke Willson’s stats are the first thing you notice when digging into his past. More specifically, his stats from his senior season at Rice. Willson, a tight end, caught only …


  • Seahawk draftees Hill, Williams have already formed a bond

    RENTON, Wash. – There are two big men who could have a big influence on the upcoming Seahawks season, and they seem to be connected to one another. Defensive tackles …


  • Seahawks relish calculated risks in draft

    RENTON, Wash. – John Schneider and Pete Carroll are like a pair of good gamblers. Calculated. Strategic. Quick to walk away from mistakes (see: Kris Durham, LenDale White).


  • Seahawks relish calculated risks in draft

    John Schneider and Pete Carroll of the Seahawks showed their gambling tendencies in the NFL draft. First, they drafted a handful of players with checkered backgrounds – injury problems, criminal …


  • Seahawks use draft to bolster deep roster

    RENTON, Wash. – Welcome to the Hunger Games, or at least the NFL’s version of it. General manager John Schneider and coach Pete Carroll wrapped up their fourth draft together …


  • CB Simon headlines Seahawks final day of NFL draft

    Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider has found some of his greatest success during the fifth round of the NFL draft in his first three seasons leading the team’s front …


  • Seahawks pick RB Michael in NFL draft

    With linebacker and the line of scrimmage seeming to be Seattle’s priorities, the Seahawks went for Texas A&M running back Christine Michael with the 62nd overall selection, the final pick …


  • Seahawks stick to guidelines to stay competitive

    RENTON, Wash. – John Schneider mapped out his vision for the Seattle Seahawks’ future and it involves detailed plans for keeping his team a contender for more than one season. …


  • For the long haul

    RENTON, Wash. – Kam Chancellor got the full treatment, from the use of the Seahawks’ giant auditorium to standing on stage flanked by his head coach and general manager holding …


  • Seahawks’ needs few

    RENTON, Wash. – Once the trade was completed, Percy Harvin was officially in their control and the Seattle Seahawks no longer owned a first-round pick, the question had to be …


  • Seahawks lock up Chancellor

    Kam Chancellor became the first member of the Seattle Seahawks’ standout secondary to be locked up for the long term when he signed a four-year extension on Monday that will …


  • Dean plans to suit up for UI

    College basketball: Glen Dean, the former Eastern Washington University guard and brother of Idaho men’s basketball signee Perrion Callandret, will play his final year for the Vandals, according to multiple …


  • Seahawks still on the QB lookout

    The Seahawks’ search for a backup quarterback isn’t going to stop with the addition of Josh Portis earlier this week. Seneca Wallace and Tyler Thigpen are two other players Seattle …


  • Seahawks have preseason TV matchup with Packers

    There’s probably no such thing as a hostile environment for an NFL preseason game, but if ever there were going to be one, the Seattle Seahawks will be in it …


  • Deal completed: Flynn to Raiders

    NFL: The Seattle Seahawks are sending Matt Flynn to Oakland, not so much for what they’ll get in return, but rather what the move will allow them to retain. That …


  • Seattle nearing deal to send backup QB Matt Flynn to Oakland

    SEATTLE – The Seattle Seahawks may give Matt Flynn another chance to be a starting quarterback after all. Only this time, that chance would come in Oakland. The Seahawks are …


  • Flynn likely to stay a Seahawk

    A prominent quarterback from Seattle’s past provides the most instructive indication of its near future at that position. Matt Hasselbeck came on the market Monday, released after two seasons with …


  • Seahawks, Avril finalize deal

    Seattle has established itself as a destination in today’s NFL. That is the lesson to be drawn from this week’s free-agent additions, a two-man coup at defensive end as Seattle …


  • Seahawks hire Dan Quinn to run defense

    Seattle moved quickly Thursday to fill its vacant defensive coordinator position by hiring Dan Quinn away from Florida to replace Gus Bradley, who left to become the head coach in …


  • Hawks’ stingy defense flopped

    The Seahawks did not come up short this season. Not on offense, anyway.


  • Disappointed Seahawks like feel of future

    RENTON, Wash. – Wounds still felt fresh 24 hours after the Seahawks’ season-ending playoff loss Sunday in Atlanta. Tight end Zach Miller and receiver Sidney Rice were on crutches, nursing …


  • Disappointed Seahawks look forward to 2013

    RENTON, Wash. – Wounds still felt fresh 24 hours after the Seahawks’ season-ending playoff loss Sunday in Atlanta. Tight end Zach Miller and receiver Sidney Rice were on crutches, nursing …


  • Seahawks erase 20-point deficit, lose on field goal

    ATLANTA – It was agonizing. Then it was amazing.


  • Photo: Last-second field goal denies Seahawks’ heroic rally

    Down and out: Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson leaves the field Sunday after shaking hands with Atlanta quarterback Matt Ryan, whose Falcons eliminated the Seahawks from the NFC playoffs with a …


  • Unflappable Wilson already looking ahead

    ATLANTA – Despair was thick in the Seahawks locker room, profound as any I’ve seen. Thirty minutes after the game, many players were in full uniform with towels over heads, …


  • Seahawks-Falcons matchup of teams eyeing elite level

    ATLANTA – This game is the difference between good and great. The kind of moment that separates a successful season from a truly special one as two teams arrive at …


  • Seahawks at Falcons

    Records: Seattle (12-5, 4-5 away), Atlanta (13-3, 7-1 home) Time: 10 a.m.


  • DISH, broadcaster reach deal in time for Seahawks game

    Northwest Broadcasting Inc. and DISH Network have reached an agreement for retransmission of the programming from its four Fox stations, including in Spokane and Yakima, a news release from DISH …


  • Thomas a Seahawks safety valve

    RENTON, Wash. – When Washington quarterback Robert Griffin III launched a deep pass in the direction of Pierre Garcon last weekend, he very well may have underthrown the pass slightly …

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