It has been 10 years since New England won back-to-back titles, but it has remained an elite team, with quarterback Tom Brady and coach Bill Belichick.
Pete Carroll’s vision drives the Seahawks’ organization and Schneider’s talent evaluation fuels it. They’ve created a place for individuals to thrive in the ultimate team concept.
Here is the official pool report on Seattle's practice today:
Son of Seahawk running back of the same name will visit UW this weekend and announce his choice among the Huskies, Texas, Texas Tech and Oklahoma State on signing day next Wednesday.
In case you missed it, both Russell Wilson and Richard Sherman had first-person stories this week that are worth reading.
Seattle Times sports reporters Bob Condotta and Jayson Jenks discuss their three biggest takeaways from what happened Wednesday as the Seattle Seahawks prepare for Super Bowl XLIX in Phoenix.
Seattle's injury report for its Wednesday practice here at Arizona State University in preparation for the Super Bowl was as short as possible.
Mentioned a few days ago that the Mariners would likely sign a veteran back-up catcher to a minor league deal. Though not officially announced by the organization yet, pending the results of a physical, they have agreed to terms with John Baker on a minor league contract with an invitation
Here is New England's injury and participation report for Wednesday.
Here’s something I haven’t seen in Seattle: Free sunscreen dispensers set up in downtown Phoenix for “Super Bowl Central,” a collection of concerts, football-related exhibits, beer garden and a chance to get autographs from former NFL players.
The trade, which also sends forward Shekinna Stricklen to the Sun, yields the third and 15th overall picks in the WNBA draft and veteran guard Renee Montgomery.
Super Bowl XLIX media day was all about scale, and for one day at least, it overshadowed the deflated-ball allegations against the Patriots.
Super Bowl Media Day let Seahawks fans enjoy their favorite players off the field.
The two Super Bowl coaches are a study in contrasts. The Patriots’ Bill Belichick is dour and stone-faced, while Pete Carroll is all smiles and enthusiasm. Those qualities were on display at media day, but the two coaches have more in common than you think.
Seahawk Michael Bennett unleashed his personality at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day on Tuesday, and please try not take it personally.
The executive says the Seahawks would have to rely on the draft because of free-agency limitations related to the quarterback’s likely big contract extension.
Even before Washington booted sophomore center Robert Upshaw from the team, tonight's game against Stanford was going to be a tough test for the Huskies.
What do these items have in common: Frisbees, noisemakers, coolers, tripods, umbrellas and strollers?
Seahawks cornerback Byron Maxwell buckled down this season after being challenge by a coach, and he’ll reap the rewards after becoming a free agent in the offseason.