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.
Late start tonight at Alaska Airlines Arena. Washington and Stanford tip off at 8 p.m.
Lawyers for the Seahawks had filed to block a trademark request for “District 12,” a region in the “Hunger Games” books and movies. The team is now letting that trademark application proceed.
The Seahawks had media availability on Wednesday. Every player was available to talk. Here's some transcripts from the media gatherings, including Pete Carroll, Dan Quinn, Michael Bennett, Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson and more.
Scouting report: Stanford.
Marshawn Lynch wasn't the only player to "talk" with the media on Wednesday. Every player was made available and Bob Condotta took a few videos of them. So here's Pete Carroll, Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman and two videos of the always entertaining Michael Bennett.
Marshawn Lynch appeared at media day in front of a huge crowd. Many people were expecting him to answer questions to avoid another enormous fine from the NFL. But they would be disappointed. Lynch was there for five minutes and answered questions from an assortment of people, including Deion Sanders
A position-by-position analysis of the 2015 Washington Huskies roster before national signing day on Feb. 4. Today: Specialists.
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Adrian Wojnarowski at Yahoo! Sports reports Robert Upshaw is contemplating playing in the NBA D-League this season.
Update: Marshawn Lynch's stuck with the same act, but had a different line during Wednesday's media availability. With throngs of media members again surrounding the Seahawks' running back, Lynch answered each question with a simple: "You know why I'm here."
The Seahawks, back for a second consecutive Super Bowl appearance, were prepared for the absurdity this year, though for some players like Keavon Milton, it was a moment he wanted to remember.
Lots of transcripts from media day for the Seahawks. No I won't be posting the Marshawn Lynch transcript. But there are transcripts from general manager John Schneider, head coach Pete Carroll, cornerback Richard Sherman, defensive tackle Michael Bennett, wide receiver Doug Baldwin, linebacker Bobby
Philadelphia 76ers guard Tony Wroten Jr., a former Washington Husky who is sidelined by a knee injury, said, “I’m not really down. I’m not really feeling bad for myself.”
To fulfill his NFL-mandated media obligation Tuesday, the Seahawks running back uses a variation of the same line — “I’m here so I won’t get fined” — to answer every question.
The New England running back says the NFL’s top defense is “not immortal” entering Super Bowl XLIX.
Dog lover was attending a funeral and was on his way back to Arizona when he found out five of his six dogs died after an air conditioner malfunctioned at a boarding facility.