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Shane Waldron is the toast of the Northwest at least for the rest of the week, owing the Seattle Seahawks' 28-16 dispatching of the Indianapolis Colts in their NFL season opener.
The essence of the Seahawks’ new offense, which Seattle finally unveiled in spectacular fashion in a 28-16 win over Indianapolis Sunday, is deception.
Pete Carroll’s seen just about everything in a football coaching career that dates to 1974.
Seattle, and all NFC teams, get the tough end of the 17-game slate this year, forced to play nine road games with an added contest against an AFC team.Here’s a quick look at each game.
Russell Wilson cooked during the season and then he stewed after it. Now, as the Seahawks enter yet another season where anything short of the Super Bowl will be deemed disappointing, the question is whether the team has given Wilson all the necessary ingredients to get there.
New Seahawks' offensive coordinator Shane Waldron will be bearing a disproportionate amount of pressure in the upcoming season — at least from the outside world.
The “hold in’’ for Seahawks left tackle Duane Brown may prove to be perceived as something of a win-win for each side.
The message is clear to all local sports fans: If you want to attend a game this fall, vax up and mask up.
Longtime linebacker K.J. Wright has agreed to a one-year deal with the Raiders, The Seattle Times has confirmed.
The Seahawks unveiled no seismic changes Tuesday, no shocking cuts or mind-blowing trades that would shake the roster to its core.
The Seahawks on Tuesday assembled their initial 53-man roster for the 2021 season.