Seattle linebacker K.J. Wright didn’t need to be reminded of his personal history playing in Green Bay and never walking out of Lambeau Field with a victory.
Tre Flowers killed two birds with one tweet.
After suffering a devastating injury in college, DK Metcalf was told he’d never play football again.
When Clowney is healthy, he has had more impact on the Seahawks’ success than anybody not named Russell Wilson.
For many Seahawks, a visit to Green Bay’s iconic Lambeau Field for the divisional-round playoff game Sunday will be a foreign feeling.
One change on the horizon as Seattle prepares for a divisional playoff game Sunday at Green Bay: play Marshawn Lynch more.
Maybe the Seahawks can really pull this off. Maybe they can keep churning out these “bumpy” victories, to use coach Pete Carroll’s term, where you wait in vain for them to forge a comfortable lead, instead of the rope-a-dope, win-ugly, skin-of-their-teeth affairs that are now customary.
DK Metcalf put forth what can only be called a goofily eclectic fashion statement Sunday as he held court in the interview room. He wore a gold-chained Nesquik medallion that he said was symbolic of his affinity for strawberry milk, as well as an Abbey Road sweatshirt that was
Russell Wilson threw a 53-yard touchdown pass to DK Metcalf, Marshawn Lynch had a rushing score and the Seahawks beat the Eagles 17-9 in the wild-card round of the NFC playoffs.
The Philadelphia Eagles have been playing must-win games for a month to get to this point so playoff pressure won’t be anything new.
When Pete Carroll was informed that nearly 10 years to the day had passed since he was announced as the Seattle Seahawks head coach, the normally effusive coach was momentarily stunned.
It’s remarkable how little Russell Wilson has changed. Spend five years away from a person, and you expect to notice differences, even subtle ones. I’m not sure Wilson even has gained a pound.