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One change on the horizon as Seattle prepares for a divisional playoff game Sunday at Green Bay: play Marshawn Lynch more.
The Philadelphia Eagles have been playing must-win games for a month to get to this point so playoff pressure won’t be anything new.
When Pete Carroll was informed that nearly 10 years to the day had passed since he was announced as the Seattle Seahawks head coach, the normally effusive coach was momentarily stunned.
The Seattle Seahawks will open the NFC playoffs on the road after missing their chance to win the NFC West at home.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll plays the long game when it comes to player punishment. “We’re not going to spank the guys publicly,” he said.
The high point of Jadeveon Clowney’s four months with the Seahawks occurred the last time Seattle played the 49ers, a spectacular performance that earned him NFC Defensive Player of the Week honors and seemed to herald a turnaround for the Seahawks defense.
When Marshawn Lynch played his last game for Seattle in January 2016, a playoff loss to Carolina, the idea of him ever wearing a Seahawks uniform again seemed preposterous.
Was anyone talking Monday about the most abysmal Seahawks performance of the year? Barely. All the buzz – and it quickly turned into a din – revolved around the ramifications of Lynch’s possible, and then actual, return.
The Seattle Seahawks have reunited with Marshawn Lynch. The bruising, 33-year-old running back known as “Beast Mode” signed a contract with the Seahawks on Monday night, his agent confirmed on Twitter.
When debating NFL awards candidates, don’t forget about the Seattle Seahawks’ coach and general manager.
The Seahawks, the only NFL team to have taken an in-person look at Colin Kaepernick since his exile from the league began in 2017, had hoped to get another one Saturday.
There is a growing belief that no matter the situation, these Seattle Seahawks can find a way to win
Predicting anything in the “Any Given Sunday” NFL with any degree of certainty is about as risky as trying to tackle Chris Carson with just one arm.
The Seahawks have nudged, trudged, finessed, finagled, willed and Wilson’d their way to a 7-2 record.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll continues to stand by struggling kicker Jason Myers.
In the giddy aftermath Sunday of the overtime victory over Tampa Bay, Pete Carroll stepped to the podium for his news conference and spent the first two minutes talking about the Seahawks’ “incredibly beautiful” performance. Then his tone turned serious. He wanted to talk about his kicker.
The Seahawks won this game in the first half, with a dazzling performance, and then did all they could to lose it.
Falcons’ Dan Quinn may be coaching to save his job – just in time for visit from Seattle’s Pete Carroll, his former boss.
More than a year later, as Thomas prepares to make his return to Seattle on Sunday in Baltimore Ravens colors, Carroll said he has no hard feelings toward the former All-Pro safety.
The worst fears have been confirmed: Will Dissly will miss the remainder of the season with a torn Achilles tendon.