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SEATTLE – More than once this season, the prevailing sentiment after a heart-stopping Seahawks game has been: How in the world did they win that one?
The results are in on the foot of Seahawks running back Chris Carson.
Not that Seahawks fans weren’t already worried that their team might have some fatal flaws.
Pretty clear what’s going to be the biggest obstacle this season in the Seattle Seahawks’ quest for an NFC West title – and anything beyond.
The Arizona Cardinals are rolling and have shown they're serious about making a move up the standings in the NFC West. The problem is the other three teams in the division aren't going to budge easily.
Entering his second NFL season, DK Metcalf not only wanted to keep making spectacular plays, but also make the spectacular seem routine.
SEATTLE – A week ago Monday, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll told his players that their week off would be as critical as any in the NFL season, with the team needing to continue to show the same discipline it had to that point in avoiding any positive COVID-19 cases.
The Seahawks, idle this weekend, are 5-0 for the first time in franchise history.
Steve Largent apologizes for not being able to recall much about the 1980 Seahawks, then pauses.
Not that he needed to provide the endorsement, but in the midst of talking about his start of the season, DK Metcalf threw his support behind a growing candidacy.
For the Seahawks, the week off they now get for their annual bye may be as critical as any week in their season.
Of all the things you can question about the Seattle Seahawks, what you can’t is their ability to just somehow find a way.
Ladies and gentlemen, introducing your still undefeated Seattle Caveats.
Throughout its franchise history, the Seattle Seahawks have never started a season 5-0.
The intensity ratcheted up on the third day of training-camp practice for the Seahawks on Friday, the first this year which featured the offense and defense working against each other.
RENTON, Wash. – Tyler Lockett’s elusiveness is one of his best traits on the football field.
The phrase has become popular among Seattle Seahawks fans on social media, almost to the point of becoming a rallying cry: “Let Russ Cook.”
It barely caused a ripple when the Seahawks waived undrafted rookie free agent cornerback Kemah Siverand Tuesday, a transaction that seemed like one of a hundred run-of-the-mill moves NFL teams make every season.
One of the first things Pete Carroll noticed when the Seattle Seahawks finally held their first training camp practice Wednesday was the lack of the noise that in the past has come from a hillside full of fans.
In the pre-COVID-19 world, the Seahawks on Wednesday would be holding a light walk-through at the VMAC in Renton, Washington, after which Pete Carroll would address the media, and then the team would get on a plane to Las Vegas to play the Raiders in a preseason game Thursday night, the first of the year.