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Seattle Seahawks: The Seattle Times 

New Vikings lineman big enough to hold down 2 jobs

Babatunde Aiyegbusi is 6 feet 9 and 351 pounds.

Why NFL’s doing more than kick around major changes on PATs

From narrower goal posts to snapping the ball from the 15-yard line, the NFL is considering a major overhaul of extra points.

Gonzaga, Seahawks, Marcus Peters: Seattle Times sports readers sound off

Readers’ letters to The Seattle Times sports editor for March 29, 2015

Aaron Hernandez’s fiancée discusses money, gun at his murder trial

Aaron Hernandez, former New England Patriots tight end, and his fiancée traded expressionless glances as she took the witness stand to testify in his murder trial. Shayanna Jenkins was called by prosecutors after being granted immunity.

Randy Gregory admits he tested positive for marijuana at NFL combine

Defensive end says he also failed two drug tests at Nebraska.

Cassius Marsh could provide much-needed depth to Seahawks’ defensive line

Marsh played in only a few games last year because of a broken foot. But he showed flashes of the productivity the Seahawks need to rebuild along the defensive line.

Kingdome debt to be retired 15 years after implosion

On the 15th anniversary of the implosion of the Kingdome, a King County official said enough lodging-tax revenue has been collected to pay off debt of the former home of the Mariners and Seahawks.

Minnesota has no plans to trade Adrian Peterson

Coach Mike Zimmer says he expects running back to be on team this season.

Seahawks’ Pete Carroll ‘way over’ Super Bowl finish

The question continues to come his way: Does he regret the Super Bowl pass play?

It’s no easy task, but contract extension for Seahawks QB Russell Wilson will get done

The Seahawks are not going to let their franchise quarterback walk away. That’s unthinkable. They’re not even going to let him get to the doorway and gaze at the landscape.

Ditch the extra-point kick, suggests Seahawks coach Pete Carroll

Carroll said he is in favor of changing the traditional extra- point attempt — a kick from the 2-yard-line — a play that many view has become so automatic as to almost be meaningless.

Super Bowl ticket claims by Washington residents reach $820,000

Washington residents made 133 complaints for Super Bowl ticket ‘short sales’ through the state’s Attorney General’s Office as of Friday.

After Russell Wilson strikes gold, Seahawks must keep unearthing young gems to keep winning

Quarterback Russell Wilson is about to become a very rich man, ending one of the Seahawks biggest advantages the past three seasons. Now it’s even more critical for the team’s brain trust to find cheaper talent.

Ray McDonald, former 49ers defensive end, agrees to contract with Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears agreed to a one-year contract with former San Francisco 49ers defensive end Ray McDonald, 30, despite his having brushes with the law.

Titans were unaware Jake Locker was considering retirement

Coach Ken Whisenhunt also said he wouldn’t rule out that the former Ferndale High and University of Washington star might return.

Seahawks to enter NFL draft loaded with picks

After being awarded the maximum four compensatory picks by the league, Seattle will enter the 2015 draft with the most picks of any team — 11.

Seahawks working on ‘Phase two’ of offseason before turning attention to Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner

General manager John Schneider says the team will work on immediate needs and then get into serious talks with the quarterback and linebacker.

Seahawks won’t deny that Michael Bennett is requesting a new contract

History shows team rarely revamps a contract with three years remaining

Plea deal means Darren Sharper will serve about 9 years in federal prison

Former All-Pro safety Darren Sharper, 39, is expected to serve about nine years in federal prison as part of an expansive plea deal to resolve state and federal charges he drugged and sexually assaulted women in four states.

Super Bowl ticket brokers reneged on orders even while selling nearby seats for far more

Washington residents angry about practice of filling consignment orders for big money while prepaid ticket orders aren’t filled. Complaints have been made to state attorney general offices and possible suits threatened.

Former Husky star Keith Price just looking for opportunity

For once in his post-Washington football career, at least one thing turned out the way Price hoped as he was one of eight quarterbacks to get invited to the combine, and one of 105 players overall.

Pro Football Hall of Famer Chuck Bednarik dies at 89

Chuck Bednarik, a Pro Football Hall of Famer and one of the last great two-way NFL players, died Saturday. He was 89.

Jimmy Graham gives the Seahawks a unique offensive weapon

Graham, the Seahawks’ newest toy, is part tight end, part receiver and full-time matchup nightmare. He is big enough to overpower cornerbacks, fast enough to run by linebackers and coordinated enough to catch passes in traffic.

Seahawks re-sign long snapper Clint Gresham

Team also confirms the signing of free-agent defensive tackle Ahtyba Rubin.

Dallas mayor criticizes Cowboys for signing Greg Hardy

Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings sharply criticized the Cowboys’ decision to sign defensive end Greg Hardy in spite of serious domestic-violence allegations.

Go Hawks: Fed bank presidents get playful parting gift

Janet Yellen, the Federal Reserve chairwoman, delivered a clever parting gift to a pair of retiring reserve bank presidents who have repeatedly warned that she is leading the Fed down a path that may unleash dangerous inflation.

Dolphins decline to match Charles Clay’s $38M offer

Tight end Charles Clay is switching teams in the AFC East.

Greg Hardy signs with Dallas

The Dallas Cowboys made their big play in free agency with defensive end Greg Hardy. Now they wait to see how soon the former Carolina player will boost their mediocre pass rush.

49ers linebacker Chris Borland’s decision to retire may be start of silent revolution

It won’t be a stampede, but there unquestionably will be players emboldened by Borland to re-evaluate why they stay in football. And to walk away as well.

Buffalo Bills sign tight end Charles Clay to offer sheet

Tight end Charles Clay signed an offer sheet with Buffalo and Miami has five days to either match the deal or lose him. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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