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Nov.
24th

Pete Carroll: Marshawn Lynch’s back getting more attention, but just normal managing, wear

Marshawn Lynch has had to stay outside on the sidelines getting treatment during halftime in 10-degree wind chill at Kansas City because his low back was aching. He’s had to sit out two drives in the first half of yesterday’s game against Arizona in Seattle while spending some of the time next to the bench sitting on a stationary bike and not pedaling.

The last three weeks, the Seahawks’ star running back had to sit out practices on Wednesday and Thursday. The first week it was rest and a calf injury. The second

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Nov.
17th

The value of Max Unger and Brandon Mebane to the Seahawks — and what’s next without them

If you saw even a fraction of the Seahawks’ loss yesterday in Kansas City you saw how much Seattle’s defense misses Brandon Mebane, who went on injured reserve with a torn hamstring last week. Jamaal Charles and the Chiefs tromped through where Mebane used to stuff blockers and running lanes en route to 190 yards rushing. That is by far the most Seattle’s previously No.-1 rushing defense has allowed this season.

For the game story from Kansas City that’s in today’s News Tribune I focused first on where this loss leaves the Seahawks’ quest to defend their Super Bowl title in

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Nov.
3rd

Marshawn Lynch speaks quickly and carries a big stick in leading Seahawks’ win over Oakland

Yes, Marshawn Lynch talked after he led the Seahawks to their 30-24 victory over Oakland. If he hadn’t, he was subject to an NFL fine for not being accessible to the media.

To be clear, it wasn’t any reporter from the Seattle market that complained to the league office. We get the deal; he doesn’t like or want to talk. If and when he is forced to not much of what he says is usable. So in general we don’t bother him or raise an issue over him not speaking.

Just the ground rules for how we operate on a

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Oct.
29th

Rookie QB Derek Carr won Raiders’ job by shredding Seahawks 8 weeks ago. He gets them again Sunday

Derek Carr is getting his second go-around this week against the team that helped make him a starter two months ago.

The rookie from Fresno State lit up the Seahawks’ first- and second-team defense — which rested four  starters — on Aug. 28 in the exhibition finale at the Oakland Coliseum. He went right at Richard

Sherman immediately away, targeting him for completions in the first quarter. He completed 11 of 13 passes for 143 yards and three touchdowns, including two scores on consecutive throws — in just one quarter plus one drive of the Raiders’ 41-31 win. He completed his last

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Oct.
23rd

DE Bennett (toe), kick returner Walters (concussion) join those Seahawks not practicing; LB switch to FB

 

The Seahawks practiced outside for the first time this week today in Renton. All but nine of them, that is.

Defensive end Michael Bennett has a new toe injury and punt returner/kick returner/wide receiver Bryan Walters has a new concussion on today’s practice participation report.

Since the Seahawks aren’t exactly whacking each other around in these mostly no-contact practices between games, it’s safe to assume Walters got his concussion in last weekend’s loss at St. Louis. If he can’t do the kickoff and punt returning Sunday at Carolina, 2013 returner Jermaine Kearse or Doug Baldwin could return kickoffs

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Aug.
30th

Seahawks’ final cuts: Terrelle Pryor, Eric Winston, Bryan Walters. On 53-man roster: Phil Bates, Stephen Schilling, Garry Gilliam

Here are the Seahawks’ final cuts to get to 53 players for the start of the regular season Thursday night versus Green Bay:

Terminated Veteran Contracts
CB Phillip Adams
T Eric Winston

Waived
TE RaShaun Allen
CB Akeem Auguste
RB Demitrius Bronson
WR Arceto Clark
QB B.J. Daniels
G Caylin Hauptmann
T Nate Isles
C Patrick Lewis
WR Chris Matthews
DE Benson Mayowa
S Terrance Parks
TE Morrell Presley
QB Terrelle Pryor
DT Andru Pulu
FB Kiero Small
DT Jimmy Staten

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Aug.
26th

Seahawks waive-injured Brooks, Gilreath, Horace Miller; Farwell, Jefferson, Davis to IR; Pinkins reserve-non-football injury list

The Seahawks are down to the NFL-mandated limit of 75 players in advance of today’s 1 p.m. deadline after making seven more moves this morning.

They waived-injured defensive tackle Michael Brooks, wide receiver David Gilreath and linebacker Horace Miller.

Seattle also placed backup middle linebacker and 2013 special-teams captain Heath Farwell (groin), cornerback A.J. Jefferson (ankle) and C.J. Davis (calf) on the season-ending injured-reserve list.

Farwell sustained what coach Pete Carroll said yesterday was a major groin injury that will likely require surgery. The 10-year veteran did that while jumping to defend a Chicago Bears pass in the end zone

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Aug.
7th

First Seahawks “game” day since the Super Bowl

Good morning from Mile High country. Just arrived in Denver for tonight’s exhibition opener against the Broncos (6 p.m., channel 13, 710AM/97.3 FM). Sunny and warm here now, but a chance of thunderstorms by early this evening.

I was astounded at the number of buzzing Seahawks fans inside SeaTac Airport this morning heading here — in full-on, regular season-caliber 12th Man regalia — for a preseason game. If I had been more alert, or if it hadn’t been 5 a.m., I’d be posting pictures on here for you of the scene.

My game advance in today’s News Tribune profiled Brock Coyle, who

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