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It’s a vanity license plate that might get thousands of dollars if resold, especially in our current Seahawks frenzy.
CLE ELUM, Wa. — Jack Patera, the first coach of the Seahawks, was a bear of a man, a 6-foot-1, 300-plus pound former NFL linebacker who might greet you with a withering stare and an intimidating growl. Knock on the door of Patera’s country home today, and you get a much different greeting. Maggie, his 2-year-old German shorthair pointer, appears from behind the house and bounds up the front steps in a tail-wagging, tongue-lapping frenzy.
PHOENIX — Seattle coach Pete Carroll said Sunday he plans to talk to running back Marshawn Lynch about the NFL’s plans to penalize the Seahawks on the field if Lynch continues to grab his crotch in the Super Bowl.
PHOENIX — In dealing with what he says is “my first major injury’’ Seahawks safety Earl Thomas plans to look into the future and draw on his past.
The injury news continues to trend positively for Seahawks stars Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas, both injured in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday.
Football and the word “boom” have been married for decades, long before someone nicknamed Seahawks defenders the “Legion of Boom.” Way back in the 1960s, Minnesota Vikings running back Bill Brown was known as “Boom-Boom” for his similarly punishing style.
Let’s begin by asking the questions I know are foremost in the mind of every Seahawks fan. Every sports fan. Every human being who watched the madness Sunday at CenturyLink Field.
Seahawks receiver Chris Matthews still is waiting to make his first NFL catch.
Former Seattle Seahawks tight end Jerramy Stevens — the husband of U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo — has been arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence in Southern California.
NFL officials say the University of Phoenix Stadium’s roof will be open for the Super Bowl, but that could change.
Safety Earl Thomas suffers a dislocated shoulder, while CB Richard Sherman is diagnosed with a sprained elbow in Sunday’s game.
SEATTLE — After the chaos subsided, Earl Thomas sat in his locker quietly searching for a description.
SEATTLE — A report from the NFL Network said Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn will be named the next head coach of the Atlanta Falcons in the coming weeks. Multiple outlets are also confirming the report.
The final “Jeopardy!” category is Super Bowl XLIX, and the clue is: “You mad, bro?”
SEATTLE — It wasn’t a desperate grasp for hope in a game that was slipping away. No, this was planned and practiced precision. In the end, it might have been a season-saving play that breathed some life into a team headed for defeat.
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