NFC West Training Camp: Players to Watch

With what's expected to be a drastically improved division, teams in the NFC West are busy preparing for training camp. Who are the players to watch and who's on the hot seat? Find out inside.
July 20, 2010

Seahawks News, Notes and Needs

CFL pass-rush specialist Ricky Foley does not expect to be a training camp casualty come September. Foley, who led the CFL with 12 sacks last year for the B.C. Lions, reportedly signed a deal with Seattle after trips to the N.Y. Jets, St. Louis, Philadelphia and San Diego.
February 19, 2010

Johnson, Titans are too much for Seahawks

For Seahawks fans, watching Sunday's game versus the Tennessee Titans was like watching a train wreck -- you couldn't look away from the scene unfolding in front of you as Titans RB Chris Johnson edged closer and closer to the 2,000-yard mark, but then again, you didn't necessarily want to watch the carnage either...
January 3, 2010

NFL Quick Count: Big-Play Passers

Who are the league's big-play passers? Why is this weekend's matchup pivotal and ironic for the Patriots? Colts RB Joseph Addai, Chiefs QB Matt Cassel, the Seahawks rushing attack, NFL team rushing tendencies and more in Ed Thompson's NFL Quick Count.
December 15, 2009

Seahawks get last-second win over 49ers

Seattle has struggled all season to be a consistent ball club, but on Sunday in front of a sold out Qwest Field, the Seahawks got consistently stingy defense and solid special teams while coming away with a nail-biting 20-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers who were playing for their playoff lives.
December 6, 2009

Rams Could Provide Rushing Dividends

After the Seahawks rushed for a franchise-worst 4 yards against Minnesota on Sunday, they may be facing St. Louis at the right time. Seattle ran for 167 yards in the regular-season opener against the Rams, a 28-0 win. The Rams rank 28th overall against the run, giving up an average of 146.4 yards per contest.
November 25, 2009

Mora Unhappy With Dockett, Refs

After reviewing the game on Sunday, Seahawks head coach Jim Mora said he turned in 17 plays to the league's officiating office for their consideration on Monday. Mora said the number of plays under consideration in a game called by referee Walt Coleman is the most he's submitted during his four years as a head coach in the NFL.
November 17, 2009

Seahawks blowout Rams in opener

His first two passes fell incomplete and his third was intercepted in the endzone, but eventually Seattle QB Matt Hasselbeck settled down and he, along with RB Julius Jones and TE John Carlson, helped lead the Seahawks to a 28-0 blowout of the St. Louis Rams in front of a raucous Qwest Field audience.
September 13, 2009