If a truth emerged from Seattle’s 28-26 loss Sunday against the Rams, the players inside the Seahawks’ locker room had no trouble finding it. “Special teams killed us all day,” safety Earl Thomas said.
After a crazy weekend that left Seattle’s season more uncertain than ever, cornerback Richard Sherman was sure of one thing — when the whistle blew, he had possession of a fumble by St. Louis’ Tre Mason with 1:14 left in the game.
The Mariners sent out an update on pitching prospect Taijuan Walker, who had been pitching in the Arizona Fall League. Walker is done after two starts and is returning to his home in Southern California.
And so it has come to this for the Seahawks, who once were the darlings of football, the baddest team in the NFL, the model of a franchise that seemed to do no wrong: They are grasping for positive signs in defeat. The Seahawks’ present is precarious at best, and grim at worst.
ST. LOUIS — Seahawks safety Earl Thomas was asked if he was surprised if the Rams' fumble at the end of Seattle's 28-26 loss wasn't reviewed. It looked as if Sherman had recovered the fumble initially, but the Rams' retained possession and ran out the clock.
During an appearance on NFL GameDay First this morning on the NFL Network, former Seahawk Michael Robinson confirmed the reported fight the night before the Super Bowl between Percy Harvin and Golden Tate, as well as talked about lots of other issues related to that situation.