Seahawks Cornerback Justin Coleman’s “Kettle Jump” Jersey Is Being Auctioned To Benefit The Salvation Army | Seattle Seahawks
The jersey Justin Coleman wore in Seattle’s Week 16 win at Dallas is being auctioned off to raise money for the Salvation Army.
Seahawks first round pick: Best running back options
Seahawks first round pick: Best running back options. Seattle needs an infusion of running back talent. Chris Carson and Mike Davis are unproven & need help
Seattle Seahawks’ Justin Coleman donates jersey from kettle jump to The Salvation Army | The News Tribune
The 24-year-old defensive back taking his touchdown celebration on Christmas Eve at Dallas a step further with a donation to the Seattle chapter of The Salvation Army shows his future is bright with the Seahawks.
Luke Willson says teammate hit locker, broke hand after SB pick
Seattle Seahawks TE Luke Willson reveals teammate punched locker and broke hand after infamous Super Bowl interception, via Barstool Sports.
Super Bowl preview: The one Seahawks fans don’t want
Super Bowl preview: The one Seahawks fans don’t want. Why don’t 12s want it? Because there is no Seattle in the Big Game. Still, here you go.
Seahawks’ Wilson set to benefit as quarterbacks’ salaries increase | HeraldNet.com
Turns out, Russell Wilson got back to the Super Bowl, after all.
Highlights from the Seahawks Super Bowl XLVIII win vs Broncos
It’s the four year anniversary of the Seattle Seahawks Super Bowl win over the Denver Broncos celebrate in style.
Alex Smith trade to have costly domino effect on Russell Wilson’s next Seahawks deal | Pro football | host.madison.com
As if the Seahawks don’t have enough to worry about in this turbulent offseason, Russell Wilson’s next contract just moved into much choppier waters.
VIDEO: Richard Sherman creates Grape Toss Challenge
Seattle Seahawks CB Richard Sherman challenges fans to grape toss challenge via Twitter.
NFL Fantasy: NFC’s Fantasy Pro Bowl Team – GET MORE SPORTS
Despite collapsing late in the Pro Bowl this year, the NFC roster was full of superstars. Many of these players are stars on the field and in NFL fantasy.
Friday notes: O-line first? | Seahawks Draft Blog
Despite all the mock drafts touting defense for Seattle in round one, there are some quite realistic options on offense. We’ve talked a lot about running backs.
NFL says Rooney Rule allows Ravens to promote Eric DeCosta without interviews – ProFootballTalk
The Ravens have announced that General Manager Ozzie Newsome will step aside after the 2018 season, and the team’s longtime No. 2 personnel man Eric DeCosta will take Newsome’s place. The Ravens will not conduct any interviews, which might sound like a violation of the Rooney Rule.
Kirk Cousins expects to be free agent in March – NFL.com
Kirk Cousins is likely headed for free agency. The quarterback knew it when Washington agreed to acquire Alex Smith. On Friday, Cousins made that revelation — and another surprising one — clear.
Predicting Justin Timberlake’s Super Bowl LII setlist – NFL.com
Justin Timberlake will make his third appearance in a Super Bowl halftime show on Sunday. Dan Hanzus predicts JT’s SB LII setlist based off knowledge of JT’s career and deductions from Thursday’s press conference.
Belichick’s burden: Studying Brady-Garoppolo decision – NFL.com
Chris Wesseling takes a deep look at the great Jimmy Garoppolo conundrum of 2017. Did Bill Belichick make a mistake in continuing to ride with Tom Brady?
Le’Veon Bell: Contract talks ‘about the guarantees’ – NFL.com
Running back Le’Veon Bell continues to speak confidently about landing a long-term contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers — as long as the guaranteed money is to his liking.
Atlanta Falcons owner: We want Matt Ryan here for life – NFL.com
Falcons owner Arthur Blank replied “yes, yes” when asked by NFL Network’s Andrew Siciliano on Super Bowl Live if the team is eager to make quarterback Matt Ryan a Falcon for life.
Ravens owner considered firing coach John Harbaugh – NFL.com
Baltimore Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti revealed Friday that he considered firing head coach John Harbaugh after the 9-7 team failed to reach the playoffs.