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Sports >  Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks notebook: Rivalry heats up; Clowney ignites Seattle’s defense

UPDATED: Mon., Nov. 11, 2019

How much fun was that? OK, OK, so all the fumbles (there were a lot of them) and all the stomach-turning momentum swings (breathe, people, just breathe) and all the missed calls (um, were those Pac-12 refs?) perhaps made this Monday night game more maddening than anyone would have preferred. And for Seahawks fans, a loss in that fashion would certainly have stung.
Sports >  NFL

Kareem Hunt returns to field for Browns after NFL suspension

UPDATED: Sun., Nov. 10, 2019

Kareem Hunt returned to football on Sunday, playing in an NFL game for the first time since he was suspended for eight games by the league following two violent, off-field altercations, one in which he shoved and kicked a woman during an argument.
Sports >  Seattle Seahawks

Seahawks at 49ers: Keys to the game

UPDATED: Sun., Nov. 10, 2019

The Seahawks have won four in a row on the road to start the 2019 season, and have won nine of their past 10 against the 49ers. But it was last year’s game in San Francisco that was the beginning and end of streaks — the 49ers’ 26-23 overtime win Dec. 16 marked the most recent time the Seahawks have lost on the road in the regular season, and snapped a string of eight straight wins for Seattle over the 49ers dating to late in 2013.
Sports >  NFL

Drew Brees-led Saints offense at its healthiest since Week 2

While Saints quarterback Drew Brees plans to again wear a plastic splint on his surgically repaired thumb against the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday, chances are he’ll be on the field with an offense that is as healthy as it’s been since the quarterback was injured early in a Week 2 loss to the Rams in Los Angeles.
Sports >  NFL

Bud’s bounce: Steelers LB Dupree thriving in contract year

For years, Bud Dupree and Cam Heyward would talk about getting together to train during the offseason. The discussion was always vague. No specifics or firm commitments. Then the months would pass, January would become April would become June and the chance for the longtime Pittsburgh Steelers teammates to meet up would evaporate.