Adam Jude here filling in for Ryan Divish tonight. Not much time for introductions. I will say I once had a decent curveball, but then I turned 13 and everything went down hill from there. And now I'm a sportswriter.
Newly re-signed Seahawks receiver Sidney Rice said in an interview on ESPN 710 Seattle this morning that the New York Jets offered him more money than the one-year deal he got to return to Seattle, which is worth $1.4 million if he reaches all incentives. But Rice said he simply wanted to stay with
The Seahawks will get back to work on Monday when the team begins its off-season workout program in Renton. It's technically voluntary, but you know what that means. These aren't sessions open to the media or public, but the the team will be there, beginning the work of defending its Super Bowl