Here's our Extra Points Video, previewing Sunday's Seattle-Arizona game:
He’s powerful and physically imposing, but his movements are smooth and graceful. His speed and agility are glaring when he glides down the field and maneuvers in and out of breaks.He makes difficult plays seem routine.
Seattle made a practice squad roster move today, re-signing OL Andrew McDonald, creating space for his return by terminating the contract of DT Jimmy Staten, who was a sixth-round pick in 2014.
A late start to some notes and link, but better than never. ...
To reset the stakes, Arizona comes in at 9-1, the best record in the NFL. Seattle is 6-4, which this week would have been good for the No. 8 seed in the NFC --- just six make the playoffs.
As out-there as some of Lynch’s behavior can seem, as defiant and individualistic as he can sometimes appear, teammates say Lynch is nothing if not real. “I think his rough edges are what makes him a good player,” says defensive lineman Michael Bennett.
A closer look at the Arizona Cardinals
A closer look at Sunday’s Seahawks-Cardinals matchup
Defensive tackle Travian Robertson says he’s glad to get a chance with Seahawks after being cut by Falcons.
Here are three things to watch in Sunday's Seattle-Arizona game:
Minnesota running back Adrian Peterson’s hearing for the appeal of his suspension will be held Dec. 2 — and it will not be in front of league commissioner Roger Goodell.
With Bobby Wagner and Kam Chancellor ready to play against Arizona, Seattle will have 10 of its 11 projected defensive starters in the lineup Sunday.
As I tweeted earlier today, Seattle receiver Ricardo Lockette was issued a $10,000 fine by the NFL for his ejection from the game at Kansas City last Sunday.
Here's what Seahawks coach Pete Carroll had to say to the media today:
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll gave the usual Friday injury updates when he met the media today, his last meeting with the media prior to Sunday's game against Arizona.
Helping us preview the Arizona Cardinals is Paola Boivin, columnist for the Arizona Republic. You can follow her at @PaolaBoivin and read her work here.
The injury news was pretty positive from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll during his Friday morning radio show on KIRO-FM 97.3.
Here is the weekly batch of articles and stats from Pro Football Focus previewing Seattle's game. Some interesting stuff:
One of the problems with sacks is the same problem levied against RBI in baseball: There are too many variables that go into producing a sack for it to carry so much weight.
Rookie Derek Carr gave the Oakland Raiders something to celebrate for a change.
Four Seattle Sounders have been named 2014 Major League Soccer award finalists, the league announced Thursday.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll, during a one-on-one interview with USA Today following practice Thursday, said the team "would love'' to have running back Marshawn Lynch back in 2015.
The film didn't lie after Seattle's 24-20 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday.
Running back Marshawn Lynch was among four Seahawks to sit out practice Thursday, resting a sore back that has plagued him all season.
One can't say Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson isn't holding himself accountable for the recent struggles of the Seahawks passing game.
Whether the Seahawks have issues with their receivers depends a little on who you talk to.
In what should be no surprise, Marshawn Lynch plans to appeal the $100,000 fine he has received for not talking to the media.
Here's what Seattle offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell had to say Wednesday about Marshawn Lynch, the passing game, and more: