The agent for Brandon Browner told two different outlets Wednesday that he intends to sue the NFL, challenging a decision that has Browner currently indefinitely suspended.
Washington spring practices begin Tuesday under the direction of new coach Chris Petersen and his staff. Today, a primer on the Huskies’ key position battles for 2014:
On Wednesday, Arizona Governor Jan Brewer vetoed a proposed bill that would have allowed refusing service to gays based on religious reasons. What does this have to do with the Super Bowl?
Major League Baseball has issued a statement criticizing legislation in Arizona that if enacted would add protections for people who assert their religious beliefs in refusing service to gays.
Today's sights and sounds video features Danny Hultzen playing some catch, Felix Hernandez throwing a simulated game of sorts and Justin Smoak and Robinson Cano putting in extra time after batting practice.
Another day passed without Seattle making any official transactions.
Deandre Coleman was one of the best defensive linemen in the country when he played at Garfield High School. He chose to play at California, where things didn’t go as he had hoped. But he has skills that will likely entice an NFL team to draft him in May.
Arizona has been a little shaky since losing sophomore star forward Brandon Ashley on Feb. 1 during a 60-58 loss at California. The Wildcats posted a 3-1 record in the next four games, which included two overtime wins and a two-point victory at home over Oregon.
Pro Football Talk has the latest on the Brandon Browner saga, as the former Seattle cornerback plans to sue the NFL over his suspension next week.
Former Mariners star Ken Griffey Jr. sauntered into camp in Arizona this week the way he always does — on his terms. Griffey, unlike other stars of his era, can show up with no regrets, and no shame.
Washington’s first spring practice is a week away, and today I’m taking a look at a handful of breakout candidates who could figure into UW’s 2014 fall plans. A note on the criteria: Only freshmen and sophomores with limited playing experience were considered, and an endorsement fr
The circus known as the NFL Combine started in Indianapolis.
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Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will avoid a trial on a 2012 DUI charge by pleading guilty Friday to reckless driving, Lynch’s attorney said.
Seahawks not saying anything, but wide receiver Sidney Rice tweets apparent goodbye after report said Seattle would release him.
Former Washington tight end says pre-existing foot condition no major problem
Bishop Sankey, already generally considered one of the top five running back prospects, took no chances Sunday when running backs participated in drills at the NFL combine, turning in one of the best overall performances of the day.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson showed the NFL that size doesn’t matter if you can play. Now Texas A&M’s Johnny Manziel doesn’t have to measure up to the league’s old standards at the NFL Combine.