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Seahawks can’t get their defense off the field

Just as the Seattle Seahawks are evolving on offense and appearing to find success, they have another problem emerging.


Seahawks coach Pete Carroll on Rex Ryan: ‘I wish he’d coach his own team’

Richard Sherman’s attempt to block a field goal by Buffalo’s Dan Carpenter at the end of the first half of Monday’s 31-25 win over the Bills, which then set off …


Pete Carroll sees another rookie-led second-half surge for Seahawks

For being the coach of a Super Bowl-contending team that has won only one game in more than a month, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll seemed uncommonly giddy this week.


Seahawks typically find groove once calendar shifts to November

When the calendar turns to November, Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks get going.


Seahawks continue trend of piling up penalties

It wasn’t just the number of penalties that the Seahawks received Sunday that bothered coach Pete Carroll but the discrepancy between the number that Seattle had – 11 – and …


Seahawks make no moves as trading deadline passes

Any help for the Seahawks’ sagging offense for the rest of the season will have to come from within as Tuesday’s NFL trade deadline passed without Seattle making a move.


Seahawks continue to get little help from their offense

To little surprise, Pete Carroll is giving the Seattle Seahawks an extra day of rest this week with a Monday night game coming up.


Seattle’s Michael Bennett ruled out for Sunday’s game against New Orleans

The Seattle Seahawks will be without standout defensive end Michael Bennett for Sunday’s game at New Orleans and possibly longer.


Action on field speaks louder than words for Seahawks

The numbers and the eyes say what the Seahawks will not.


Seahawks rallied to beat Falcons despite Richard Sherman’s rant

Next time – if there could really be a next time similar to Sunday – Seahawks coach Pete Carroll hopes Richard Sherman reacts just a little bit differently.


Seahawks rally, then hold on to defeat Falcons 26-24

Steven Hauschka kicked a 44-yard field goal with just over two minutes remaining and the Seattle Seahawks held on to defeat the Atlanta Falcons 26-24 on Sunday in Seattle.


Seahawks’ offense balanced in coach Pete Carroll’s eyes

To Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, offensive balance isn’t necessarily about running and passing an equal amount of time.


Justin Britt solidifies Seahawks’ offensive line

As Seahawks rookie right guard Germain Ifedi talked to reporters following the first game of his NFL career Sunday, center Justin Britt – seated at the next locker – playfully …


Life after Marshawn Lynch hands Seahawks twists, turns

As eccentric as Marshawn Lynch might have been off the field, he was one of the Seahawks’ steadiest presences on it from the day he arrived in October 2010 until …


Encouraged Seahawks don’t need to place Russell Wilson on injury report

Russell Wilson made it through practice well enough this week that the Seahawks didn’t even bother giving him a designation on the official injury report for Sunday’s game against the …


Pete Carroll doesn’t mind when Seahawks defenders take risks

Richard Sherman did the wrong thing.


Seahawks’ Russell Wilson has MCL sprain; Thomas Rawls out longer than expected

Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll confirmed that Russell Wilson has a sprained MCL in his left knee but indicated it doesn’t appear overly serious saying Wilson is moving around and …


Game against 49ers should show Seahawks’ current trajectory

Turning points are often easiest to decipher in retrospect.


Seahawks hold out hope that RB Thomas Rawls can play Sunday

While the Seahawks have listed running back Thomas Rawls as doubtful for Sunday’s home game against the San Francisco 49ers, Seattle coach Pete Carroll said he remains hopeful that Rawls …


Healthy Jimmy Graham bodes well for Seahawks

There weren’t a lot of smiles to be found in the Seahawks’ locker room following Sunday’s


Seahawks held without a touchdown in 9-3 loss to L.A. Rams

There would be no fourth-quarter comeback this time. The Seattle Seahawks lost to the Los Angeles Rams 9-3 on Sunday, failing to score a touchdown one week after a late …


Dylan Hernandez: Carroll’s an enemy now but Trojans fans will cut him slack

Listening to Pete Carroll talk this week about the controversial timing of his departure from USC was similar to reading how John Wooden claimed to have known nothing about what …


Russell Wilson vows he’ll start against Rams

Russell Wilson is feeling so loose and upbeat about his sprained ankle, he’s popping off jokes about it. And flying in his training buddies to take care of it.


No surprise Pete Carroll’s Seahawks 1st team visiting LA

During his decade in Los Angeles, Pete Carroll felt the void.


Seahawks coach Pete Carroll: Russell Wilson has ankle sprain

Russell Wilson was out of a protective boot and walking around the Seattle Seahawks practice facility by Monday afternoon.


John Blanchette: The demonstration that distressed Seahawks fans the most was the one turned in by offense

As the Miami Dolphins slashed and gashed their way downfield toward what loomed as the winning touchdown Sunday, it may have been indelicate to think that perhaps the Seattle Seahawks …


Six years in, Schneider-Carroll team thrives for Seahawks

It was former Seahawks CEO Tod Leiweke who called the relationship between coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider a “fantastic collaboration.”


Seahawks QB coach: Carl ‘Tater’ Smith is a team favorite

Carl Smith is 68 years old, four years older than coach Pete Carroll (“He’s like my younger brother,” he says of Carroll). Tater is one of Carroll’s favorite people and …


Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham builds strength on basketball court

As you and the Seahawks wait to see him play in a game again, Jimmy Graham’s best moments of knee recovery are happening far behind the scenes.


For Seahawks and rest of NFL, training camp isn’t what it used to be

As the Seahawks’ training camp entered its final stages over the past week, veteran defensive end Cliff Avril began to hear increasing, if inevitable, laments from players going through it …