Behind Enemy Lines: Seahawks at Bills, Part 4

In the last of four preview articles, Tyler Dunne of Buffalo Football Report asks five final questions to Doug Farrar of Seahawks.NET about the Seahawks, the team the Bills will face in their season opener. How has Seattle's defense changed, what will two suspensions mean, and will this team win one for the Gipper?
September 4, 2008

Behind Enemy Lines: Seahawks at Bills, Pt. 2

In the second of four preview articles, Tyler Dunne of Buffalo Football Report asks five questions to Doug Farrar of Seahawks.NET about the Seahawks, the team the Bills will face in their season opener. What does Seattle's backfield look like now, how healthy is Matt Hasselbeck, and who could surprise on the Seahawks' side?
September 3, 2008

Gray's New Role Part of Larger Line Changes

Seattle Seahawks offensive lineman Chris Gray, who holds the club record with 121 consecutive starts at either center or right guard, said he considered retirement after last season. But coach Mike Holmgren asked the 15-year NFL veteran to come back in a reduced role.
May 23, 2008

Holmgren Wraps Up First Day

The first day of rookie minicamp was the official start of Mike Holmgren's last season, and the coach had a lot to talk about after. Here are his thoughts on all the new faces, the running game, and what it's like without the former MVP on the roster.
May 3, 2008

Wahle Agrees to Terms With Seahawks

On March 2, 2007, a restless offensive guard named Kris Dielman flew out of Seattle with the knowledge that he would turn down the Seattle Seahawks' $49 million offer and stay in San Diego for millions less. Dielman, who made the Pro Bowl in 2007, flew coach from the Pacific Northwest back to SoCal knowing who his team would be. In his heart, Dielman knew that he had made the right choice.
February 14, 2008

Wahle to Visit Seattle

Adam Schefter of the NFL Network is reporting that veteran offensive guard Mike Wahle, who was cut by the Carolina Panthers on Monday due to salary cap concerns, is planning to visit the Seahawks on Wednesday.
February 12, 2008

The Brand-New Uglies

Last year, the Panthers had a problem. Going into the season, it appeared that the offensive line, which had been hit with both defections and retirement, had been repaired. Adam Meadows came down from Indy. Jordon Gross was moving to his natural position at LT. Tuten Reyes was going to be at least a decent temporary replacement for the retiring Kevin Donnelly. And they had a good backup in Rich Tylski. So what was the problem? Things don't always turn out the way you want them to.
May 5, 2005