Hall Elects A Punter, Finally

Someone named Ray Guy has finally made it into the Hall of Fame. After years of discriminating against specialists, the election committee has finally voted in one of the best of all time with this year's class.
February 5, 2014

Brooks and Jones to the NFL Hall of Fame

The Seminole duo joins San Francisco's Gino Marchetti and Ollie Matson (1972) as the only pair of first-ballot Hall of Famers from the same class who attended the same college.
February 1, 2014

Bates Learned "Grinding" From Gruden

He's a grinder. That's one thing that new Seahawks offensive coordinator Jeremy Bates took from his mentor Jon Gruden, who gave Bates his first coaching job in the NFL at Tampa Bay.
February 12, 2010

NorthwestFootball.net Power Rankings: Week 7

Did the Saints stay at the top? Who's the biggest surprise this season? And just how bad are the Rams? Dylan Johnson answers these and other questions in this week's Power Rankings.
October 29, 2009

News & Notes: Is Walter Done?

Seattle Seahawks cornerstone offensive tackle Walter Jones may have played his last game for the franchise in 2008. Head coach Jim Mora announced during his press conference on Wednesday that he had a long conversation with his veteran offensive tackle on Monday, and the team decided to give Jones a few days off this week because he has been experiencing pain in his surgically repaired knee again
October 1, 2009

News & Notes: Is Walter On the Mend?

There's a chance the Seattle Seahawks' best offensive lineman could be ready for an early-season, NFC West division showdown with the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. However, Seahawks head coach Jim Mora is taking a wait-and-see approach to whether or not Walter Jones will play this weekend.
September 17, 2009

Behind Enemy Lines: Seahawks-Rams, Pt. 1

The season is here, and we're ready! In our Game 1 preview, Doug Farrar talks with Ryan Van Bibber of Turf Show Times, the excellent SBNation blog that covers everything about the Rams. We start with a few questions from Ryan – why are the Seahawks the division favorite in many minds, who's recovered from last year's injury plague, and how does the offensive line shake out?
September 11, 2009

Behind Enemy Lines: Seahawks-Broncos, Pt. 2

In Part 2 of our preseason preview, NorthwestFootball.net's Doug Farrar answers five questions from Michael John Schon of Broncos Update. How will Big Walt's injury affect Seattle's offense, what will that offense look like in the preseason, and can the iffy Seahawks pass defense keep Kyle Orton from bouncing back?
August 21, 2009