Here's some random videos that Bob and I shot during media day at U.S. Air Arena. It was a zoo with a guy dressed in a barrel, Tara Lipinski and Johnny Weir serving as correspondents, two guys with puppets, a guy in a clown suit and Jayson Jenks, being, well Jayson Jenks.
Follow along as we take you through the madness of Super Bowl Media Day. Will Beast Mode talk? How many more times will Brady address deflated balls? Will Richard Sherman declare he's the greatest athlete to ever live? We'll give you live updates and anything else you need to know right here.
Former Seattle cornerback Brandon Browner raised eyebrows with his comments in an ESPN interview this week that he would tell his New England teammates to hit Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas in the spots where they are injured.
The Huskies parted ways with third-year sophomore center Robert Upshaw after the 7-foot center violated team rules.
Here's our daily roundup of what the national media is saying about the Seahawks.
Here’s a rundown on concerts, football expos and other events around Phoenix for Seahawks fans headed to the Super Bowl, plus tips on where to restaurants, pubs and more.
Super Bowl XLIX is about more than just deflated footballs. Honest.
After New England arrives in Arizona for the Super Bowl, the owner says the team has “done nothing wrong” regarding the deflated-football controversy and adds that he wants an apology from the NFL if its investigation finds nothing.
We have gone from the ridiculous to the more ridiculous. The anticipation is greater than ever. The lines are drawn. Sides have been chosen.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll won’t say whether he’ll talk to Marshawn Lynch about reports the NFL will throw a penalty flag if he makes an obscene gesture.
Superstar Kobe Bryant will undergo surgery Wednesday to repair a torn rotator cuff in his right shoulder, a procedure expected to end his 19th season with the Los Angeles Lakers a little past its halfway point.
The New York Yankees reportedly are thinking about not making a $6 million payment to Alex Rodriguez if he hits six home runs and ties Willie Mays at 660 for fourth place on the career list.
A position-by-position analysis of the 2015 Washington Huskies roster before national signing day on Feb. 4. Today: Linebackers. Tuesday: Secondary.
Robert Upshaw, Washington's 7-foot sophomore center who leads the nation in blocked shots, has been dismissed from the program for an unspecified violation of team rules, UW coach Lorenzo Romar announced Monday afternoon.
Former Vikings defensive tackle Kevin Williams narrowed his free-agent choices to the two teams meeting in Sunday’s Super Bowl. “Guess I couldn’t have gone wrong,” he said.
The Oakland Raiders signed pending free-agent safety Charles Woodson to a one-year contract extension, bringing him back for an 18th season in the NFL. Woodson, 38, led the Raiders in tackles last season.
Keegan Cook, a University of Washington assistant volleyball coach for the past two seasons, is the Huskies’ new head coach. He replaces Jim McLaughlin, who left two weeks ago to become head coach at Notre Dame.