SEATTLE — Seahawks cornerback Quinton Dunbar formally pled not guilty to four counts of armed robbery Tuesday, according to his attorney Michael Grieco.
SEATTLE — Seahawks defensive back Quinton Dunbar, who was acquired in a trade from Washington in March and expected to compete for the team’s starting right cornerback job, is facing four counts of armed robbery with a semi-automatic firearm in connection with an incident late Wednesday nigh…
SEATTLE — One of the newest Seahawks, Greg Olsen, referred this week to the Zoom meetings the team is conducting during its offseason program as feeling like he’s looking at “a Brady Bunch wall’’ of his fellow teammates.
SEATTLE — So we finally have dates, times and TV designations to go along with the team names on the Seahawks’ regular-season schedule for 2020.
D.K. Metcalf says the best advice he received as a rookie was to sit down last at team meetings.
SEATTLE — For all the talk of how the 2020 NFL schedule might look different due to the coronavirus pandemic, when it was finally unveiled Thursday Seattle’s slate looked pretty similar to most other recent years.
SEATTLE — The lawyer for the wife of Baltimore Ravens safety Earl Thomas said she is being subjected to an “unfounded ongoing investigation” by Texas police after she allegedly pointed a loaded gun at her husband’s head upon finding him in bed with another woman last month.
SEATTLE — So was there really any significance when Seahawks defensive lineman Jarran Reed tweeted on Wednesday morning that he was going to again wear his old No. 90, which last year he had sold to newcomer Jadeveon Clowney?
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.