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ATLANTA — Seattle defensive coordinator Dan Quinn has agreed to a five-year deal to become the Atlanta Falcons coach, a person familiar with the negotiations said today.
GLENDALE, Ariz. — A second straight championship rested at the 1-yard line. The Seahawks needed to move the football a mere 36 inches, maybe less, to defeat improbability one last time and end this taxing season with a champagne shower. The situation called for Marshawn Lynch.
GLENDALE, Ariz. – Pete Carroll made the call.
GLENDALE, Ariz. (AP) — Play-by-play of the 2015 Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and the Seattle Seahawks:
Aaron Rodgers has won his second Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player award in somewhat surprisingly easy fashion.
Not even Boston Mayor Martin Walsh is betting against the Seahawks ahead of Sunday’s Super Bowl showdown between his hometown New England Patriots and Seattle.
It was a celebration of an ending, and Seahawks coach Pete Carroll confidently assured it also marked a beginning.
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.
For Seattle Seahawks place-kicker Steven Hauschka, spending time with a little Walla Walla girl fighting cancer has not been a one-time deal.
Dynasty is a term tossed out too much in today’s sports world. But when it comes to Super Bowl XLIX, both New England and Seattle have reason to toss around the ‘D’ word.
Coach Pete Carroll says Seattle won’t be caught off guard if New England has eligible receivers declared ineligible on some plays.
You’ve all seen the videos of those uncomfortable, awkward, demeaning (for everyone involved) Super Bowl media sessions of Marshawn Lynch that could have been outtakes of “The Truman Show.”
Even if the Seahawks were unrecognizable to themselves for a while this season, Ken Norton Jr. had seen it before.
“Most people,’’ Earl Thomas explained on Wednesday, “don’t get me.”
The Seahawks were as healthy as could be for practice Wednesday, with all 53 players on the active roster taking part as the team continued preparations for Super Bowl XLIX.
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