Hasselbeck Doing All He Can

They usually spend Tuesday afternoons together, formulating the beginnings of an offensive game plan involving the passing game for the team's next opponent.
December 10, 2009

Curry Leads Seahawks to Perfect Preseason

In the last game of their 2009 preseason, the Seattle Seahawks knocked off the Oakland Raiders, 31-21, finished with a 4-0 exhibition record for the first time in franchise history, and discovered defensive stars on both ends of the draft value chart.
September 3, 2009

Behind Enemy Lines: Seahawks-Raiders, Pt. 2

In Part Two of our final preseason preview feature, NWFootball.net's Doug Farrar answers five questions from Michael Wagaman of Silver & Black Illustrated. How much difference has T.J. Houshmandzadeh already made, can Edgerrin James do the same, and what's the story with Seattle's new coaching staff?
September 2, 2009

News & Notes: New Targets in Passing Game

Matt Hasselbeck is getting more comfortable with his new security blanket, veteran receiver T.J. Houshmandzadeh. After hooking up on just one short pass over the middle against San Diego in the first preseason game, Hasselbeck found Houshmandzadeh on a regular basis against the Broncos.
August 24, 2009

Seahawks turnover the Broncos

Last year the Seattle Seahawks only managed to cause 20 turnovers and had a minus-seven turnover ratio. When Jim Mora took the reigns of the franchise he put an emphasis on causing turnovers and protecting the ball. So far this preseason his team has done just that and on Saturday night at Qwest Field they turned four Denver turnovers into 17 points and came away with a 27-13 win...
August 22, 2009

Behind Enemy Lines: Seahawks-Chargers, Pt 1

In Part One of this two-part preseason preview, Doug Farrar of NorthwestFootball.net answers five questions from Michael Lombardo of SDBoltReport about the upcoming Seattle-San Diego game. How will the Seahawks come back from injury, which rookies could stand out, and how will the new schemes play early on?
August 14, 2009

Jones' Recovery Will Decide Seattle's Line

During the final day of minicamp, offensive tackle Walter Jones ran wind sprints and worked out of a three-point stance at the end of practice. It was the first significant work Jones had done on the field since opting for microfracture knee surgery to alleviate pain in his left knee that shortened his 2008 season.
June 26, 2009