To say it simply enough, Seahawks safety Earl Thomas wears his emotions on his sleeve as much as any player on the team. So Wednesday when he held his usual mid-week meeting with the media, Thomas’ demeanor made it clear he was still stewing a bit from Seattle’s 19-17 loss to the 49ers S
A few quick news and notes from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll’s press conference earlier today: — Carroll said WR Percy Harvin will not practice today and said he did not know when he will. He said Harvin will do rehab work today and that right now he is “week-to-week” but will
The Seattle Seahawks juts announced they have placed safety Jeron Johnson on injured reserve and signed Perrish Cox to the active roster. Cox signed with Seattle on November 26 only to be released the following day. Cox was with the 49ers earlier this season and will give the team five healthy corne
Remember when there was a lot of angst over the fact that the Seahawks had five road games this year that would start at 10 a.m. Seattle time? I even wrote a story about it, and the fact that the Seahawks took some measures to try to eliminate it as an issue this year. The
Here is a numerical comparison of the Seahawks and Giants (NFL rank is in parentheses): Seahawks Giants Record: 11‐2, 5‐8 Total Yards Gained: 4,636, 4,182 Total Offense (NFL Rank): 356.6 (12), 321.7 (25) Rush Offense: 141.5 (3), 88.0 (27) Pass Offense: 215.1 (21), 233.7 (16) Points Per
We’ll get the links up early tonight/this morning and start with this story by Jayson Jenks examining the art of the catch as it pertains to three of Seattle’s most important receptions of the season. Lots of typically good stuff from Jenks with receivers Jermaine Kearse, Doug Baldwin an
Richard Sherman did it. We asked Seattle Times readers to solve the city’s biggest mystery: What stopped Bertha? The giant underground machine digging the Highway 99 tunnel under Seattle inexplicably was stopped in its tracks Friday night 60 feet beneath the surface. No one knew why, tho
Three very different pass routes and catches by Jermaine Kearse, Doug Baldwin and Golden Tate were crucial in three big Seahawks victories this season. Here’s how they happened.
If it’s Tuesday, then it must be time for another Hawks Evening Edition on KJR-AM. I will be joined once again by Seattle Times columnist Jerry Brewer and KJR-AM’s own Curtis Crabtree as we break down what went wrong in San Francisco and look ahead to the Giants. You can listen here.
Here is this week’s look at some notes and stats on Seattle’s upcoming game from the NFL: SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (11-2) AT NEW YORK GIANTS (5-8) SERIES SEAHAWKS GIANTS SERIES LEADER 9-6 STREAKS 2 of past 3 COACHES VS. OPP. Carroll: 2-1 Coughlin: 3-6 LAST WEEK L 19-17 at 49ers L 3
First, remember this — the Seattle Seahawks are already in the playoffs. They could lose all of their games the rest of the way and still get a wildcard spot. But they obviously want more, and hoped to get it last week when they could have sewn up the NFC West with a win at
The 49ers today signed guard Ryan Seymour off of Seattle’s practice squad to their 53-man active roster. Practice squad players can be signed to active rosters at any time, and Brian McIntyre reports that Seymour will get a pretty good raise by making the move: Seymour guaranteed at least $71,
As I’ve written here a few times, since the NFL expanded its season to 16 games in 1978, only one team has gone undefeated, and only six others have done as well as 15-1. So yeah, the odds were really against the Seahawks going 15-1 this year, even if it was right there in their
Here’s our weekly First Look at Seattle’s upcoming opponent: Game time: 10 a.m. Pacific, MetLife Stadium TV: FOX Coach: Tom Coughlin, 156-127 in 18 seasons. Record: 5-8 Last game: Lost at San Diego 37-14. The series: The Giants lead the series 9-6 but the Seahawks won the most recent mee
Pete Carroll said his team was hurt by penalties in its loss to the 49ers on Sunday, including three that stopped drives.
Here are the official snap counts for the Seahawks for Sunday’s game against the 49ers: There were 53 snaps on offense, 68 on defense, indicative of the way the game went at the end. OFFENSE J Sweezy, 53 R Okung, 53 B Giacomini, 53 R Wilson, 53 D Baldwin, 48 Z Miller, 46 G Tate,
Josh McCown threw a career-high four touchdown passes to help the host Chicago Bears beat the Dallas Cowboys 45-28.