Defensive backs Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas should be ready to go against the Patriots, coach Pete Carroll says.
New England coach Bill Belichick just held one of the more unusual press conferences in NFL history, talking at length about Deflate-gate.
The New England quarterback and coach addressed reports of wrongdoing as they prepare to face the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX.
Tia Presley scored 17 points, including five in a late 9-0 run, and Washington State pulled away for a 63-54 Pac-12 basketball victory over visiting Utah.
In the latest fine to be levied on a Seattle player from Sunday's NFC Championship game win over Green Bay, receiver Jermaine Kearse was fined $5,512 for throwing the ball into the stands following his winning touchdown catch.
The two Super Bowl participating teams are required this week to give not only injury reports but also to list a game status designation.
It's early but some national media and major newspapers are picking New England to beat the Seahawks in Super Bowl XLIX on Feb. 1 in Glendale, Ariz.
Via a Tweet from team owner Paul Allen, the Seahawks have announced their Sunday travel plans, with fans invited to helped send off the team on its way to the Super Bowl in Glendale, Ariz.
With another run at the Super Bowl, local 12s are getting inked to show their loyalty.
The NFL said Friday it has interviewed dozens of people and collected physical evidence but has no conclusions yet on how the New England Patriots used underinflated balls in their last game, offering no timetable for resolving the cheating accusations with the Super Bowl nine days away.
Here's what Seattle coach Pete Carroll said today to the local media following practice:
Seattle general manager John Schneider held what is becoming something of a happy tradition --- meeting with the local media during the bye week leading up to the Super Bowl.
The star quarterback faced early-season criticism but again has New England in the Super Bowl.
Now, a year older and with a new contract featuring $40 million in guaranteed money, the 26-year-old Richard Sherman returns to the Super Bowl as a quieter (by his standards) and more mature man still coming to grips with what he has created.
Teammates credit the former All-Pro for solidifying the nose-tackle spot, admitting they expected there might be a drop-off after the loss of Brandon Mebane.
Content enjoying the quiet at his mountain home, Jack Patera, the Seahawks’ first coach in 1976, reminisces on his famous trick plays and the franchise’s first steps.
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch touched the ball 360 times this season, and Seattle Times reporter Jayson Jenks watched every one of him. Statistics don’t tell the full story. This is what Jenks saw — and heard.