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
As they continue preparations for the Fight Hunger Bowl, the Huskies will resume practicing on Friday morning at the Dempsey Indoor facility, under the direction of interim coach Marques Tuiasosopo. UW will practice again on Saturday, take Sunday off, and then practice Monday through Thursday. All p
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
Three managers won eight titles and 7,500 games
Washington coach Chris Petersen leaves Boise State with warm feelings, and that and his record there are all you need to know about him.
Pete Carroll said his team was hurt by penalties in its loss to the 49ers on Sunday, including three that stopped drives.
Morning links: — Our story on Chris Petersen‘s introduction at UW on Monday. — Jerry Brewer: Petersen looks like an ideal fit in Seattle. — Breaking down Petersen’s five-year, $18 million deal. — Our photo gallery of Petersen’s press conference. — The
11:11 p.m. Closing up, but big congrats to Tim Hevly of the Mariners, who was named the recipient of the 2013 Robert O. Fishel Award for Public Relations Excellence, presented this evening during the Baseball Winter Meetings. After dealing with the issues of college sports and the lack of acces
Justin Wilcox has options, it seems. Washington’s defensive coordinator for the past two seasons is known to be coveted by Steve Sarkisian at USC. His is said to be one of three candidates to succeed Chris Petersen for the head-coaching job at Boise State. And Petersen’s “first ord
The transcript of Chris Petersen‘s press conference today at UW: (opening remarks) Thank you guys. I need to start by saying how honored and humbled and excited I am to be here, no question about it. I want to thank President Young, Scott Woodward, Jennifer Cohen for making this process as smo
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,
New Huskies coach said it was a matter of timing and fit in making move to Washington
A seven-player trade sending forward Rudy Gay from the Toronto Raptors to Sacramento was completed Monday, a day after the teams reached an agreement. “Excited, to say the least,” Gay said of his reaction to the deal.
Josh McCown threw a career-high four touchdown passes to help the host Chicago Bears beat the Dallas Cowboys 45-28.
According to a memorandum of understanding he signed Friday, new UW football coach Chris Petersen will make $3.2 million in base salary the first year of his five-year deal, increasing to $4 million in the final season.
The NFL set a single-day record for touchdowns when the New Orleans Saints scored three times in the first half of Sunday night's game against the Carolina Panthers.
In a statement released Monday at baseball’s winter meetings, Mariners general manager Jack Zduriencik said he didn’t think the questions he and others asked former manager Eric Wedge should be portrayed as meddling.