Seahawks Trying to Get Ground Game Going

After struggling to run the ball in the first two preseason games, the Seattle Seahawks finally got their running game going Aug. 29 against the Kansas City Chiefs.
September 1, 2009

News & Notes: Seattle's Connections to Vick

He coached Michael Vick for three seasons while serving as the head man for the Atlanta Falcons, but current Seahawks head coach Jim Mora remained silent on the possible return of his former quarterback to the NFL.
May 22, 2009

Raiders - Dolphins gameday primer

This is the 28th meeting between the Raiders and Dolpins. The Raiders lead 15-11-1, but Dolphins have won the last six and eight of the past nine. Dolphins won last meeting 33-21 in 2005, breaking the game open in the fourth quarter and recording seven sacks and a safety on defense. Miami also won the last game in Miami, 23-17, the Raiders' last loss that season until the Super Bowl.
September 29, 2007

Raiders recap: Right and Wrong

After scoring just 12 offensive touchdowns all last season, there are some definitive positives that can be taken from the Raiders loss to the Lions on Sunday. There were also some things that went brutally wrong.
September 9, 2007

Raiders get busy with signings

The Oakland Raiders had a busy Friday, signing fullback Justin Griffith and tight ends Tony Stewart and Fred Wakefield, and re-signing wide receiver Alvis Whitted.
March 10, 2007

MSU Football Remembered: Justin Griffith

One of the most talented and most respected Mississippi State football players of the past several years is current Atlanta Falcons fullback Justin Griffith. Griffith was known as a tireless worker and a punishing ball carrier while at MSU. Justin continues to be a great ambassador for the Maroon and White and was gracious enough to grant an interview about his playing days in Starkville.
July 9, 2006

Griffith receives Ed Block Courage Award

Falcons FB Justin Griffith was named the Falcons 2005 recipient of the prestigious Ed Block Courage Award. Griffith will receive the award at the 28th Annual Ed Block Courage Awards on March 7 in Baltimore, Maryland.
January 23, 2006