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A Seahawks fan's thoughts on his dad, the Raiders fan, on Father's Day I write this letter to my father, the Raiders fan, on Father's Day about how his love of sports helped bring us together and drew us a…

Seahawks safety Ugo Amadi may be the man for the slot The Seahawks need an infusion of talent after losing four defensive backs in two years. Ugo Amadi may just be the secret weapon no one expected. The Seahaw…

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll feels really good about the kicking game Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll opened up his final press conference before the six-week summer break with three words; "let's talk kickers".

Cardinals not one of Seahawks' top rivals? It is safe to say that Arizona Cardinals fans would consider the Seattle Seahawks as one of their biggest rivals. Games against the Seahawks are physical and heated. And facing them twice a year, it is natural to view them as the enemy.

Earl Thomas says Seahawks defense was simple. Your point, sir? The Ravens were much better last year. Baltimore ranked fifth in yards allowed, second in yards per attempt, and third in touchdowns allowed. Advantage Thomas, I'd say. The teams were much closer in 2017, though. In yards allowed, average per attempt, and touchdowns allowed, Seattle ranked sixth, sixth and seventh.

Seahawks players volunteer around Seattle in 'Huddle for 100' initiative Seattle Seahawks players and Legends offered a day of service around the Seattle area in support of the "Huddle for 100" campaign.

Digging deeper into issues of predictability and expectations for the Seahawks offense Friday here at Field Gulls, Matty F. Brown took a deep dive into the 2018 offense of Seattle Seahawks under the command of offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer, looking at the things the offense did well during the season and offering praise for an underappreciated job well done.

Seahawks 2019 Schedule: Week 1 is Pete Carroll’s chance to finally beat the Cincinnati Bengals Since Pete Carroll became Seattle Seahawks head coach in 2010, the team has beaten 30 of the other 31 teams in the NFL. Who is that one elusive team you may ask? Well thank you for asking, the answer is the Cincinnati Bengals!

Seahawks Sunday roundup: Minicamp and C.J. Prosise hurt…again Of course, he was throwing to them when there was no pressure on Wilson, but Wilson is great. The question is whether Metcalf and Jennings will be able to catch passes when they are harassed by opposing NFL defenders. Wilson signed a huge contract extension this offseason.

Seahawks players off, but in "extraordinarily competitive time" Since players around the league have roughly the next six weeks off, there's only so much coaches can expect of them. Mostly, it's a quick prayer that they don't get arrested, or as Andy Reid said: "Don't come back on crutches." Seahawks coach Pete Carroll looks at it differently.

Seahawks: Jaron Brown is balling out in a big way The Seahawks have plenty of competition at wide receiver. One of the best candidates for 2019 was almost forgotten in the offense of 2018. The Seahawks hav…

Tough to evaluate Seahawks defense during offseason But it wasn't just the injuries that prevented Carroll from a thorough examination of the roster, it was also the NFL's rules prohibiting contact and favoring offensive players that made it difficult to completely analyze the defensive squad.

Seattle Seahawks: Russell Wilson and the NFL's oddest offense The Seattle Seahawks have been one of the most interesting and sometimes oddest NFL franchises in recent memory. It only feels like a short time ago when t…

Earl Thomas comments on Seahawks 'simple' defensive scheme And it's no secret that running a cover-3 defense almost exclusively is a lot - I mean a lot - easier when you have a future Hall of Fame free safety like Thomas roaming center field to cover the deep ball.

Three positions of concern on the Seahawks’ roster General Managers talk about heading into the draft with no holes on the roster. They then look to add to their roster and have a vicious 90-man offseason competition, before finally having a terrific 53-man unit. In truth, it never works out quite like this.

The Drive: One night in 1984, Part 1 For the next few weeks I am going to analyze the game tape of the Seattle Seahawks' 1984 Monday Football win over the San Diego Chargers. My hackneyed sensibility implores me to write a "no spoilers" joke here. It won out I guess and we all lose for it.

Seahawks' John Ursua might be ideal replacement for Doug Baldwin The Seahawks need someone to replace the production of Doug Baldwin. John Ursua might not be able to do that in his rookie season but maybe in years beyond…

NFC West Notes: Gurley, Rams, 49ers, Gould, Shanahan, Seahawks, McDougald One of the biggest stories of this NFL offseason has been the drama surrounding Todd Gurley's knee. Gurley clearly wasn't right down the stretch last season, and C.J. Anderson ended up taking the bulk of the Rams' running back snaps during their Super Bowl run.

Seahawks OC Brian Schottenheimer on Seattle's evolving offense: 'We're so far ahead of where we were last year' 710 ESPN Seattle's Brock Huard spoke with Seahawks offensive coordinator Brian Schottenheimer about the offseason and the evolution of his system in year two. How does Russell Wilson look? Will this team attack more with the passing game? How are the young receivers coming along?

Seahawks have some questions to answer before training camp — The just-completed offseason program helped the Seahawks learn a few things about the team they expect to have in 2019.

Clayton: What we learned - and what we're waiting to find out - after 10 Seahawks offseason practices The Seahawks will take a six-week break before returning for training camp. 710 ESPN Seattle's John Clayton explains what we've learned about this team so far through 10 OTAs and minicamp practices.

Barkevious Mingo to be utilized more as a pass rusher next season Seattle Seahawks SAM linebacker Barkevious Mingo is working to transition into more of a pass rusher, a skill that will go a long way toward him keeping his roster spot in 2019. "If you watched in this camp, he worked a lot with Clint in the pass rush stuff," coach Pete Carroll commented on the final day of mandatory minicamp.

Tight end Will Dissly should be ready for start of training camp Although he won't be rushed back from injury, Seattle Seahawks tight end Will Dissly should be ready for the start of training camp in July.

Seahawks Offensive Line Improving Since Tom Cable Left for Raiders Offensive line coach has a poor track record as a coach, but the Raiders decided to keep him on.

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