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‘Housh’ makes off-field difference

RENTON, Wash. – Everyone has seen the gaudy numbers T.J. Houshmandzadeh put up in Cincinnati, seen the pony tail and the tattoos, even heard the interviews where he sounds like …


Hawks top San Diego

SAN DIEGO – The Seattle Seahawks took advantage of three straight turnovers by Chargers third-string quarterback Charlie Whitehurst in the second half to take control en route to a 20-14 …


Mora era opens tonight

The Seattle Seahawks open their exhibition season tonight at San Diego with the players getting their first chance in a game to impress new coach Jim Mora (above). Most of …


The hurry on Curry

Aaron Curry kept the Seattle Seahawks waiting for more than a week before showing up at training camp. But the team isn’t going to delay the professional debut of the …


Hawks open to safety battle

RENTON, Wash. – The Seattle Seahawks thought they had solved their issues at safety two seasons ago. That year, free-agent acquisitions Brian Russell and Deon Grant looked as though they …


New defense suits Tapp just fine

RENTON, Wash. – Since Darryl Tapp started 16 games in 2007, the Seahawks have drafted another defensive end with a first-round pick – Lawrence Jackson in 2008 – and acquired …


Hawks’ Jones, Duckett have ground game covered

RENTON, Wash. – There’s not much small about Julius Jones. Not the size of his biceps nor the yardage he hopes to gain. He’s even got a fairly large chip …


Seahawks tackle Willis battles for spot

RENTON, Wash. – Ray Willis is not smiling, which constitutes a potential problem. This is 315 pounds of potential malice we’re talking about here, and he has just been asked …


No lyin’, this guy can play

RENTON, Wash. – Was Cory Redding really a Lion? Now in Seattle, the huge defensive lineman looks more like a dancing bear. He’s merrily skipping, singing and flying around Seahawks …


Undersized Forsett impresses Seahawks

RENTON, Wash. — Think Justin Forsett is stressed about being third on the depth chart during Seahawks training camp? Hardly.


Hawks feeling healthy

RENTON, Wash. – To say the 2008 Seattle Seahawks were injury-riddled would be putting it mildly. By season’s end, 14 Seahawks found their way onto the injured reserve list. The …


Mora ready to whip Hawks into shape

RENTON, Wash. – Good thing new coach Jim Mora is in phenomenal shape. He still has a lot to do this summer. The 47-year-old, who so easily summitted 14,411-foot Mount …


Seahawks bullish on their backfield

RENTON, Wash. – About a week before the NFL draft, Seahawks president Tim Ruskell was asked about the future of the team’s quarterback, Matt Hasselbeck. “I think he’s still in …


Seattle retains LB Hill

Seattle Seahawks president Tim Ruskell took a risk last weekend, removing the franchise tag on linebacker Leroy Hill not long after the team selected linebacker Aaron Curry with the fourth …


Lucas returns to Seahawks

RENTON, Wash. – The Seahawks are prepared to move on without starting outside linebacker Leroy Hill. Seattle brought back veteran cornerback Ken Lucas and signed free-agent fullback Justin Griffith with …


Seahawks set Hill free

RENTON – Enter one franchise linebacker … exit another? Less than 24 hours after selecting Wake Forest linebacker Aaron Curry with the fourth overall pick in the 2009 NFL draft, …


Seahawks draft QB Teel

RENTON, Wash. – On Day 2, the Seattle Seahawks finally got their quarterback. Seattle used its sixth-round pick on Mike Teel of Rutgers, who was considered by some scouts as …


Seahawks pick Curry, Unger

RENTON, Wash. – The poker face dissolved into a smile about 30 minutes into the NFL draft. Tim Ruskell had been keeping a tight lip about Seattle’s interest in linebacker …


Seahawks must wait their turn

RENTON, Wash. – The Detroit Lions are reportedly close to doing the Seattle Seahawks a favor. Several media outlets are reporting that the Lions and Georgia quarterback Matthew Stafford are …


Hawks have had mixed success with high draft picks

The first loss in Seattle Seahawks history came not on the field but with the flip of a coin. The Seahawks lost a coin toss leading up to the 1976 …


Seahawks won’t draft out of necessity

The Seattle Seahawks’ collective brain trust uses no crutches to help explain the pitiful four months that made up the 2008 NFL season. Yes, injuries were a huge part of …


Seahawks’ changes affect draft

Through all the front-office transitions, from Bob Whitsitt to Bob Ferguson to the current era under Tim Ruskell, the Seattle Seahawks have long been Mike Holmgren’s team. The offense-minded coach …


Seahawks keep tabs on Stafford

The Detroit Lions had their socks blown off by him during a private workout three weeks ago. The St. Louis Rams have an aging quarterback with a salary that will …


Mora takes reins at first minicamp

RENTON, Wash. – The first practice of Jim Mora’s tenure as head coach of the Seattle Seahawks included several new faces and some unexpected guests. Unexpected butterflies, anyway.


Hawks hire Prince as WR coach

RENTON, Wash. – Robert Prince was hired Tuesday as the Seattle Seahawks’ new wide receivers coach, and coach Jim Mora is retaining a dozen members of predecessor Mike Holmgren’s staff. …


Seahawks name Prince WR coach

RENTON, Wash. — Robert Prince is the Seahawks’ new wide receivers coach, and coach Jim Mora is retaining a dozen members of predecessor Mike Holmgren’s staff.


Seahawks lose to Cardinals in Holmgren’s last game as coach

GLENDALE, Ariz. – The eyes gave away coach Mike Holmgren’s true emotions Sunday. With just over eight minutes remaining in a game that had slipped away from the Seattle Seahawks, …


Hawks look to set tone

The last time the Arizona Cardinals went into a game against the Seattle Seahawks, they were trying to put the final nail into the coffin of the NFC West’s defending …


Wallace keeps things in perspective

RENTON, Wash. – The pain would only last 10 hours. That’s what Seneca Wallace told himself as he sat in a chair from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on a …


Exiting Holmgren keeps promise to family

SEATTLE – Mike Holmgren is happily leaving the job he’s loved and mastered for the last 17 years in the NFL. The reason is on the second floor of the …