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Dec.
31st

Doug Baldwin on his former college coach Jim Harbaugh to Michigan: “Best of luck–and go Buckeyes”

Pete Carroll bumpin’ Notorious B.I.G. throughout the meeting room as the entire roster files in for a noon meeting.

Michael Bennett producing gems for quotes.

Doug Baldwin zinging Jim Harbaugh.

Just another playoff-bye-week day for the NFC’s top seed.

Today is the first of two practice days before the NFC West-champion Seahawks get Friday through Sunday off to watch which team it is they will host Jan. 10 in the divisional round.

But Bennett and Baldwin were in game-ready mode, quote wise.

Baldwin, the former Stanford wide receiver who played there for Harbaugh, went undrafted in 2011 before becoming a

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Dec.
28th

Is Seahawks All-Pro Richard Sherman’s transformative 2014 beyond his dreams? “It definitely is.”

While the league and the state of Michigan swoon around Jim Harbaugh’s is-it-done-or-not deal out of Santa Clara to coach his college team, the Wolverines, the Seahawks have an NFC West title and home-field advantage for the conference playoffs to win today.

A victory today would be a fittingly sterling cap to a 2014 for Richard Sherman that even Seattle’s All-Pro cornerback can’t believe.

A televised rant immediately after January’s NFC title game, spawning a national discussion on race that Sherman poignantly steered.

Winning a Super Bowl title, with he and the Seahawks’ defense shutting down the prolific Peyton

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Dec.
14th

Seahawks’ key today: Start strong to pile on 49ers’ woes

Still smarting over that Navy timeout call as my Army team was about to go up 14-0 yesterday. Man, 13 years in a row now.

Game day in Seattle has dawned sunny and cool, some of the best conditions for a Seahawks home game in December in years.

News Tribune columnist Dave Boling writes how dangerous this 49ers team can be to Seattle today.

Here is my game advance story that appears in today’s News Tribune, leading with Pete Carroll calling this home stretch of the regular season for Seattle in the NFC West race “as good as

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Dec.
3rd

Eagles coach Chip Kelly on visiting Pete Carroll’s Seahawks practice, hosting Russell Wilson at Oregon

Apparently forgetting his Pacific-time-zone roots, Chip Kelly talked to us in the Seattle media on a conference call from Philadelphia this morning — at 6:45 a.m.

The former Oregon Ducks coach is leading his 9-3 Eagles into Sunday’s game against the 8-4 Seahawks at Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia. Kelly recalled the the day in the fall of 2010 he visited Pete Carroll in Carroll’s first season as Seahawks coach, to see how he ran practice. Kelly said he also visited Jim Harbaugh’s practices with the 49ers and those at the Air Force Academy while he was Oregon’s coach. In

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Sep.
30th

Garry Gilliam gets to show off his versatility at TE for Seahawks; Richard Sherman on Denver

Garry Gilliam has played just two snaps on offense through the Seahawks’ first three games. That may now increase exponentially, beginning Monday night at Washington, as the Seahawks rookie implied with this tweet Monday:

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Coach Pete Carroll said yesterday the rookie tackle and former tight end for his first three seasons at Penn State is a viable option to help replace starting tight end Zach Miller over the next few

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Sep.
28th

Richard Sherman live in studio on NFL Network; 5 questions for NFL’s Week 4

Good (no Seahawks) Sunday morning.

–Richard Sherman is live this morning of NFL Network’s Gameday Morning, getting a lot of love from the crew and in a bow tie putting stop moves on Michael Irvin in the studio:

Sherman’s been diplomatic when asked to pick between, for instance, Green Bay quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Chicago’s Jay Cutler today. Asked who will have the upper hand today at Soldier Field, Seattle’s cornerback

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Sep.
7th

Seahawks (very) off; Phil Bates, explained; NFC West’s start to the season today

The Seahawks are so off right now.

After film and treatment Friday, they didn’t have practice Saturday and don’t again today. Effectively, the Thursday night opening win over Green Bay created a mini bye this weekend for the Seahawks. They practice Monday in Renton — then are off again Tuesday for the weekly players’ rest day mandated by the collective bargaining agreement. Volia! Three days off from practice in four days.

The Seahawks who are benefiting most from these days off include LB Bruce Irvin, who played 19 snaps against Green Bay in his fifth day back following offseason surgery — Pete

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