The Seahawks released a new depth chart after cutting their roster to 53 players on Saturday, and while there's not much unexpected, there are a couple of things worth highlighting:
A man who pleaded guilty to stealing more than $400,000 from a private water association will not face jail time.
Vernon Adams throws for 360 yards and five touchdowns to lead Eagles to easy 41-9 victory.
First, a note on the practice squad. Teams can start adding players to the practice squad on Sunday and may add any player that clears waivers after being cut, including players the Seahawks cut. NFL teams can add 10 players to their practice squads this season as opposed to eight last year.
Education Lab will be hosting a live chat on special education in Seattle the week of Sept. 8. Check back to this space for more information in coming days.
Mariners catcher looking like a polished veteran on defense and working with pitchers, but more a youngster when batting
The woman killed in Friday’s bicycle crash has been identified by her employer as attorney and new mother Sher Kung, 31. The crash happened days before Seattle plans to make safety upgrades to the bike lane, the scene of many accidents.
Instead of trying to match Wimbledon champion Petra Kvitova’s power, Aleksandra Krunic confounded her with looping shots and frustrated her by chasing down every ball.
Among the hundreds of prop-bet odds available at Vegas sportsbooks:200-1: That Seahawks or Broncos will finish with the league’s worst record.
Even though he has played in 60 MLB games this season, Stefen Romero is still considered a prospect.
It seems if you’re a tech giant these days you need to have a drone-development program, lending to the notion that in the future we’ll see skies darkened by fleets of these devices. But is it all just for show?
With ample feed and lots of room to grow in Seattle’s biggest urban watershed, state fisheries biologists claim its only a matter of time before a record-breaking perch will be brought to the Lake Washington scales.
Sigi Schmid - Seattle Sounders FC Head Coach
An article in the ruling Communist Party’s flagship newspaper People’s Daily said some people in the former British colony were colluding with outside forces to interfere in Hong Kong’s governance.
Bidding for a third consecutive U.S. Open title, Serena Williams moved into the fourth round by beating 52nd-ranked Varvara Lepchenko 6-3, 6-3 Saturday.
Medicare may begin covering end-of-life discussions next year if it approves a recent request from the American Medical Association.
The Bumbershoot 2014 party continues. Far from a lazy Sunday, today offers a continuing slate of quality acts. Here are our picks for keeping your good time going.
Of all the things to protest: Labor Day? Workers have it hard enough, so leave their one day alone.
China is grousing that the SAT may impose American values on its best and brightest, who in preparation for the exam might be studying the Declaration of Independence and the Bill of Rights instead of “The Selected Works of Mao Zedong.”