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

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.

Seahawks outlast Tampa Bay 40-34 in OT

Russell Wilson hit Jacob Hollister on a 10-yard touchdown on the opening possession of overtime, and the Seattle Seahawks rallied for a 40-34 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday.

Without Doug Baldwin, Tyler Lockett takes charge of Seahawks receivers

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Tyler Lockett was already going to face heightened expectations coming off a breakout season during which he became Russell Wilson’s favorite target. Then Doug Baldwin was released and Lockett was left with a new role. Lockett showed last season that he was fully recovered from the broken leg he suffered late in the 2016 season, an injury that still affected him in 2017. His 57 receptions came on just 70 targets.

Seahawks throttle San Francisco 49ers 43-16

Russell Wilson threw three first-half touchdowns on just four completions and finished with four TD passes, Bobby Wagner capped a blowout with a 98-yard interception return touchdown, and the Seattle Seahawks won their third straight by beating the San Francisco 49ers 43-16 on Sunday.

Seahawks hold off Detroit Lions after explosive second quarter

Russell Wilson threw three touchdown passes in the second quarter to put the Seahawks ahead and they went on to beat the Detroit Lions 28-14 Sunday, leaning on their running game and defense just as they have throughout their turnaround.

Locked up: Seahawks sign Tyler Lockett to contract extension

The Seattle Seahawks have signed wide receiver Tyler Lockett to a three-year contract extension. His rookie deal was set to expire after the 2018 season. Lockett was among a handful of key Seattle players whose contracts were set to expire after the season. Left tackle Duane Brown received an extension earlier this summer.

Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett expects to be ready for start of season

Teammates knelt in prayer and fans held their breath as Tyler Lockett lay on the ground last Dec. 24 in the east end zone at CenturyLink Field, the reality of a gruesome leg injury becoming quickly apparent. Almost four months later, Lockett makes what might be a surprising admission about that moment – he may have been the calmest person in the building.

Inconsistent Seahawks need help to get first-round bye

The end of December is when the Seattle Seahawks are supposed to be on a surge, not limping toward the conclusion of the regular season with questions clouding whether the Seahawks are true contenders when the NFC playoffs arrive.

Notebook: Tyler Lockett injured in Seahawks last-second loss to Cardinals

SEATTLE – Tyler Lockett crumpled to the turf across the goal line. He held onto the ball as his right leg snapped. Quarterback Russell Wilson ran to his zooming receiver, believing he had just caught a touchdown pass from him that would have had the Seahawks back within 14-7 of Arizona. Given how awful Saturday’s first half was for Seattle, that was a huge accomplishment.

Seahawks take NFC West title with 24-3 win over Rams

Russell Wilson threw three touchdown passes, Tyler Lockett had 130 yards receiving and a score, and the Seattle Seahawks won the NFC West title with a 24-3 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Thursday night.