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Eye on the future

RENTON, Wash. – Charlie Whitehurst has yet to throw a pass in an NFL game, but the Seahawks still feel like they know their new quarterback. Turns out that Seattle’s …


Carroll starts talent search

MOBILE, Ala. – Pete Carroll’s sunglasses were perched atop his head. Reading glasses hung from his neck. They were his tools of the trade for a day spent eyeballing football …


New Seahawks coach Carroll adds assistants

RENTON, Wash. – Pete Carroll’s coaching staff with the Seattle Seahawks is coming together with a heavy mix of NFL experience and some ties with Carroll’s last coaching job at …


AP source: Seahawks name Schneider GM

The Seattle Seahawks have chosen Green Bay Packers executive John Schneider as their new general manager, according to a person familiar with hiring.


Carroll takes reins in Seattle

RENTON, Wash. – Pete Carroll pumped his fist. He talked excitedly and forcefully. He chopped the air with his hands, commanding his new audience. Even though he had stepped back …


Carroll can’t wait to start coaching Seahawks

Pete Carroll says he’s glad to be a Seahawk, and looks forward to turning around the fortunes of the team.


Seahawks throw big challenge at successful USC coach

SEATTLE – Pete Carroll is coming to Seattle as more than the eighth head coach in 34 years, but not the general manager. He will be the vice president of …


Mora ‘stunned’ by his firing

SEATTLE – When Jim Mora was told to go ahead with his end-of-season news conference last week, the Seattle Seahawks head coach figured he could speak freely about his plans …


Former Patriots praise Carroll as coach, man

SEATTLE – Pete Carroll was dismissed from professional football 10 years ago, regarded as one heck of a guy with a not-so-terrible overall record who was nonetheless considered ill-suited to …


Pete Carroll to meet with Seahawks CEO today

SEATTLE – The chief executive of the Seattle Seahawks is headed to California to meet with Pete Carroll, as the struggling team closes in on a deal with the charismatic …


Mora out as coach of Seahawks after 1 season

The Seattle Seahawks fired Jim Mora after just one season, leaving the former NFC West champs without a coach, general manager and president less than four years after they appeared …


What Seahawks mean

RENTON, Wash. – Seattle’s problems on offense were clear and unmistakable. Tight end John Carlson was the only Seahawk to score a touchdown in the final four games. Seattle went …


Jones would like to return to Seahawks

RENTON – Walter Jones continues to rehabilitate his left knee and said he hopes to play next season. The veteran tackle also remains one of the largest questions facing whoever …


Johnson reaches 2,000 yards against Hawks

SEATTLE – Chris Johnson’s blockers grinned widely as they posed for pictures on an emptying field, standing behind a young rusher they turned into a star. Their Titan had his …


Hawks’ loss second-worst in franchise history

GREEN BAY, Wis. – The Seahawks took the field in one of the league’s most legendary stadiums Sunday, and put on a nearly historic performance. Historically awful that is, requiring …


Buccaneers seize victory from Seahawks in second half

SEATTLE – On Saturday the Seahawks announced that Mike Holmgren had turned down an offer to come back to Seattle in a front office role. A day later, the Seahawks …


Fumbled opportunity on Holmgren

ROCK BOTTOM, Wash. – No disrespect to Sounders FC goalkeeper Kasey Keller, but imagine what this Sunday afternoon could have been. The Seahawks could have announced on Saturday that Mike …


Hasselbeck keeps goals in mind

RENTON, Wash. – It’s doubtful anyone would balk if Seattle quarterback Matt Hasselbeck decided to shut it down for 2009 and start the recovery toward next season. He broke his …


Hawks were, too, that bad

RENTON, Wash. – Jim Mora’s optimism is ebbing. The Seahawks coach didn’t have the same fiery emotion and frustration Monday as he did immediately after his team’s most lopsided loss …


Texans hand Seattle worst loss of year

HOUSTON – To call a loss the worst of the season for the Seahawks is saying quite a bit. Seattle, after all, had lost six games by double digits this …


Curry has hip pointer

HOUSTON – Relieved isn’t the right word to describe linebacker Aaron Curry after Sunday’s game. Curry had to hold his breath to bear the pain of lifting up his right …


Seahawks’ Hasselbeck grows weary of injury talk

RENTON, Wash. – Matt Hasselbeck is back practicing with the Seahawks – and tired of talking about his health. The 34-year-old three-time Pro Bowl quarterback practiced Thursday, after taking another …


Seahawks’ adjusted goal: a winning record

RENTON, Wash. – Matt Hasselbeck is goal-oriented. Right now, that leaves him and his Seahawks in an altered state. Seattle’s captain and three-time Pro Bowl quarterback has stopped talking about …


Seahawks’ field goal on final play beats 49ers

SEATTLE – Quarterback Matt Hasselbeck’s shoulder was sore, Seattle’s offense was running as cold as the weather and the Seahawks saw the game slipping through their fingers. Or at least …


Seattle sheds GM Ruskell

RENTON, Wash. – Tim Ruskell has been pushed out as president and general manager of the Seahawks, leaving the door open for Mike Holmgren’s possible return to Seattle. Ruskell announced …


Ruskell resigns as Seahawks GM, president

Tim Ruskell began his tenure as Seahawks president and general manager with the franchise’s first Super Bowl appearance.


Seahawks’ ground game paces win over Rams

ST. LOUIS — The Seattle Seahawks needed 1 yard to start the fourth quarter, and coach Jim Mora needed an answer from his offense. “He asked us what we wanted …


Seahawks looking to see where they stand

Seattle’s search for the bottom of a two-year trough resumes on Sunday in St. Louis. How low can Seattle go?


Seahawks going light on Curry

RENTON, Wash. – Forgive Aaron Curry if he sits back and savors the unexpected breather the Seahawks are about to give him. He’s had so many life changes since April, …


Jackson doing it by himself at St. Louis

RENTON, Wash. – Steven Jackson was simply answering a question about his starting quarterback being injured, but his words summed up an unfortunate reality for the St. Louis Rams. “It’s …