Update: Marshawn Lynch's stuck with the same act, but had a different line during Wednesday's media availability. With throngs of media members again surrounding the Seahawks' running back, Lynch answered each question with a simple: "You know why I'm here."
The Seahawks, back for a second consecutive Super Bowl appearance, were prepared for the absurdity this year, though for some players like Keavon Milton, it was a moment he wanted to remember.
Lots of transcripts from media day for the Seahawks. No I won't be posting the Marshawn Lynch transcript. But there are transcripts from general manager John Schneider, head coach Pete Carroll, cornerback Richard Sherman, defensive tackle Michael Bennett, wide receiver Doug Baldwin, linebacker Bobby
Philadelphia 76ers guard Tony Wroten Jr., a former Washington Husky who is sidelined by a knee injury, said, “I’m not really down. I’m not really feeling bad for myself.”
To fulfill his NFL-mandated media obligation Tuesday, the Seahawks running back uses a variation of the same line — “I’m here so I won’t get fined” — to answer every question.
The New England running back says the NFL’s top defense is “not immortal” entering Super Bowl XLIX.
Dog lover was attending a funeral and was on his way back to Arizona when he found out five of his six dogs died after an air conditioner malfunctioned at a boarding facility.
Coach Lorenzo Romar says “emotional” loss of one of team’s best players will be tough task as Huskies prepare for Stanford.
The Cougars name Eric Mele as special-teams coordinator and Brian Odom as defensive quality control coach.
Here are some impressions from Media Day from Bob Condotta and Jayson Jenks:
Meet Roger Vaughn, 45, of Monroe. He and his wife have arrived in Phoenix in their motor home and are staying at a campground about 20 miles out of town.
Here's video of the interview with coach Lorenzo Romar who met with the media before Tuesday's practice to talk about the loss of sophomore center Robert Upshaw.
One of the first documents placed in our hands when we arrived in Arizona this week is a list of 100 fun facts about the state.
The sophomore center is dismissed by coach Lorenzo Romar for a violation of team rules.
The Seahawks are trying to trademark the word “boom,” the phrase “Go Hawks” and the number “12,” part of a quiet yet aggressive legal strategy to make money from the team’s growing brand.
GOHAWKS is a vanity license plate that could fetch big bucks if resold. Not a chance, says the family that’s had it for 40 years: It’s their dad’s legacy.
The offensive lineman is thankful that Thelma Shifflett chose to send him away to boarding school at age 7.
Brandon Browner’s comments that he encouraged his New England teammates to go after the injuries of Seahawks’ Earl Thomas and Richard Sherman didn’t surprise Seattle’s players. “We’re going after him, too,” said Bobby Wagner of Browner.
Pete Carroll showed this season that he’s actually more than just a rah-rah coach by saving what could have been a lost season.