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SEATTLE — Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider took a chance on a pro basketball player making the switch to tight end.
Things have changed quite a bit since last April when the Seahawks were deemed clueless by many who thought Seattle had taken defensive end Bruce Irvin a full round earlier than they had to and followed that up by picking a quarterback who was too short to stand out in the NFL.
SEATTLE — The Seahawks had given no indication Leroy Hill was part of their plans. After he was arrested Tuesday on allegations of domestic violence, it’s a veritable certainty he won’t be back.
RENTON, Wash. — Seattle Seahawks starting right tackle Breno Giacomini has undergone arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow and is expected to take four to six weeks to recover.
SEATTLE — Todd Wash has come a long way with Gus Bradley, the college roommates first playing and coaching together at North Dakota State. They worked together in the NFL, first with Tampa Bay and for the past two years in Seattle.
HONOLULU — A handful of shenanigans and plenty of points — yet still another ho-hum Pro Bowl.
SEATTLE — Seattle’s new defensive coordinator should look familiar. And it’s not just because Dan Quinn shaves his head like Gus Bradley and also sports a goatee.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — The Jacksonville Jaguars hired Seattle defensive coordinator Gus Bradley as head coach today, the latest move in the team’s rebuilding project.
SEATTLE — The Seahawks did not come up short this season. Not on offense, anyway.
RENTON — The wounds still felt fresh 24 hours after the Seahawks’ season-ending playoff loss in Atlanta on Sunday.
ATLANTA — It was agonizing.
ATLANTA — Seattle began this season trying to win despite starting a rookie at quarterback.
RENTON — Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch sat out two days of practice because of a sore foot this week, but there’s no doubt about his status for today’s game.
FLOWERY BRANCH, Ga. — Matt Ryan finds himself locked in the middle of a paradox, but one that has an easily discernible exit strategy. All he has to do is win a playoff game, and poof, it begins to evaporate.
RENTON — Pete Carroll laughs at himself now. Ask him about the absence of his riverboat-gambler tactics lately, and he looks like a kid who remembers tipping over the cookie jar.
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