Marcus Trufant, who played 10 seasons with the Seahawks, officially retires from the NFL on Thursday in a news conference at the team’s training facility.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson’s divorce raises questions about any hero’s too-good-to-be-true image, but he deserves the same admiration he warranted last week.
The Los Angeles County district attorney’s office has referred the airport arrest of San Francisco 49ers linebacker Aldon Smith to the Los Angeles city attorney’s office for misdemeanor consideration, not felony.
With Marcus Trufant officially announcing his retirement today, the Times is asking readers tonight their thoughts on the best brother act in Seattle football history:
ESPN's Adam Caplan is reporting that cornerback A.J. Jefferson, a veteran of four seasons with the Cardinals and Vikings, worked out today for the Seahawks.
A few Seahawk news and notes to pass along this afternoon, so let's get started.
Marcus Trufant retired as a Seahawk today during a press conference that was more of a celebration of his life and career at the team's complex in Renton.
Lots of links to get to in the wake of all the news yesterday, so let's get to it.
Seahawks regular-season schedule also includes Super Bowl rematch with Denver on Sept. 21 among at least four nationally televised games in prime time.
For those who may have wondered why Seattle has just one scheduled home prime time game --- the season opener against Green Bay on Sept. 4 --- Pro Football Talk tonight has what it says may be the answer.
Quarterback Russell Wilson and his wife, Ashton, have filed for divorce, he revealed in a statement released through the team Wednesday.
“I wanted to educate the uneducated,” Richard Sherman said in a discussion at Harvard.
Marcus Trufant, who started 125 games in a Seattle career that lasted from 2003 to 2012, has signed a contract with the team so he can then officially retire as a Seahawk on Thursday.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson said Wednesday that he “made the difficult decision to file for divorce” from wife Ashton, according to a statement through the team.
Seattle senior personnel executive Scot McCloughan is leaving the team for personal reasons, a league source has confirmed.
Okay, so Seattle's 2014 regular season schedule has been announced. Here it is, with some quick thoughts of my own:
Richard Sherman was called all kinds of names after his raging rant at the end of the NFC championship game. It was worth it, the Seattle cornerback said, because it gave him a chance to talk about the perception of black athletes to a wider audience.
To get back to scheduling news, it appears that the Green Bay Packers will be the opponent when Seattle opens defense of its Super Bowl title on Thursday, Sept. 4 at CenturyLink Field.
Well, while the NFL is planning to unveil the 2014 regular season schedule tonight at 5 p.m., a few schedules have begun to leak out.
We'll continue our countdown with a late-round pick who paid off with one of the better scoring seasons in Seattle history.
The NFL will unveil the 2014 regular season schedule beginning tonight at 5 p.m. We'll start chatting about it tonight at 4:30 and stay until we've dissected it all. So come join the fun.
NFL.com has a recap this morning of some of what Russell Wilson had to say on an interview on SiriusXM NFL Radio today, Wilson's first comments since the team traded for Terrelle Pryor on Monday.
Terrelle Pryor can be saved from the NFL scrapheap by Pete Carroll, but only if he realizes he needs the Seahawks more than they need him.
Cornerback Richard Sherman, the first of several key players who will get rich extensions from the Seahawks, could become the highest-paid cornerback in the NFL at more $13 million per season. But how soon it happens isn’t clear.
Former Jacksonville linebacker Russell Allen will retire after suffering a concussion and a stroke in a Jaguars game in December.