SEATTLE — Could we be getting closer to some resolution to the future of Seahawks free agent defensive end Jadeveon Clowney?
SEATTLE — In his 24 years as an NFL assistant and defensive coordinator, former UW Huskies standout and Tacoma native Ray Horton has coached cornerbacks the likes of Hall of Famer Darrell Green and certain Hall of Famer-to-be Patrick Peterson.
In a 364-page history of American baseball stadiums published last year titled “Ballpark: Baseball in the American City,’’ author Paul Goldberger makes two references to the Kingdome.
One thing the Seahawks sorely lacked last season — despite multiple attempts to find it — was a consistent third receiving threat behind the dynamic duo of Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf.
SEATTLE — The Seahawks have signed Greg Olsen and tendered restricted free agent Jacob Hollister.
SEATTLE — March is the time of year when the lure of the big name can prove hard to resist in the NFL.
The NFL on Friday informed the Seahawks and the other 31 teams that all draft-related travel is prohibited as of the end of the day due to the novel coronavirus.
SEATTLE — Last Thursday I went to trivia night in a Renton bar where one of the categories was all things Kansas City. The choice was obviously made in the spirit of the impending Super Bowl, but there were no questions related to San Francisco. The Bay Area did, however, get a shout-out fro…
SEATTLE — The emotion poured out of Bill Cowher and flooded out of Jimmy Johnson. That’s generally what happens when you get a surprise visit from Pro Football Hall of Fame president Dave Baker, as the legendary coaches did two weekends ago.
SEATTLE — One of the biggest reasons for optimism for the Seahawks in 2019 was a veteran offensive line that had improved markedly in 2018 thanks to key personnel additions and a change in coaches from Tom Cable to Mike Solari.
SEATTLE — Assuming you’ve recovered from the comeback that never was last Sunday, you’re already counting down to the Seahawks’ 2020 season-opener. And if you’re an average 12, you’re also fretting about every scenario that could possibly unfold.
SEATTLE — The question many Seahawks fans asked themselves throughout the 2019 season — and never more so than during Sunday’s 28-23 loss at Green Bay in the divisional round — is one the Seahawks say they will spend the offseason asking themselves, as well.
GREEN BAY, Wis. — It was as miserable a start as could be imagined for the Seahawks, and for much of the game it seemed like a rousing season was coming to an inglorious conclusion.
RENTON, Wash. — Tre Flowers killed two birds with one tweet.
RENTON, Wash. — “Who the (expletive) is Jimmy?”
RENTON — There wasn’t much Pete Carroll didn’t like from Sunday’s 17-9 wild-card playoff win over the Eagles.
PHILADELPHIA — Maybe the Seahawks can really pull this off.
PHILADELPHIA – Maybe the Seahawks can really pull this off.
PHILADELPHIA — DK Metcalf put forth what can only be called a goofily eclectic fashion statement Sunday as he held court in the interview room.