The Seahawks' Super Bowl victory has only added to the chatter of possibly hosting the big game in the future.
At today's Super Bowl Media Day there were plenty of 12s showing their support for the Hawks. While many had made the trip from the northwest, we found quite a few local Seahawk fans who were excited to have their favorite team come to their hometown.
Bill de Blasio was an underdog when he started running for mayor of New York City. Now he's backing the underdog in Sunday's Super Bowl.
Star Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch was not one of the 17 Seattle players or coaches assigned to podiums for media day on Tuesday.
The Seattle Seahawks arrived in New Jersey for the start of what will be a chaotic week before Super Bowl 48. But amidst all the chaos, the Seahawks have consistently been level headed, lead by Russell Wilson and Richard Sherman. Wilson the silent confident type, while Sherman will get in your face.
The owner of the 12th Man trademark is keeping a careful eye on the Super Bowl hype surrounding the Seahawks.
In a fit of raw emotion and miscalculated bravado Richard Sherman looked bad Sunday night less than a couple minutes after he looked great.
Catcher John Buck and the Mariners have finalized a $1 million, one-year contract, giving Seattle another veteran option behind the plate.
Deep in Seahawks territory with 28 seconds to play, Colin Kaepernick launched a pass for the end zone. As it lingered in the air above CenturyLink Field a season was in the balance and the 12th man was holding their collective breath at the stadium.
The NFL is like that: when you catch lightning in a bottle, you'd better run with it - all the way to the podium where you get to hoist the Lombardi Trophy because it may be a while before that chance comes again.
There's the regular season and then there's the playoffs. While we as fans and broadcasters make a big deal about the postseason, the Seahawks treat their preparation like it's just another week.
Seahawks fans are helping to "feed the beast" after the NFL fined Marshawn Lynch $50,000. The league levied the fine after learning the star running back had refused to speak to the media during the regular season.
It was a sold out night for Seattle Seahawks defensive end Cliff Avril. On Monday night he hosted the United Way of King County Charity Bowling Bash at West Seattle Bowl,
Beyond the big plays and fan frenzy that come with the NFL playoffs, hosting a post-season game also promises a huge payday for the regional economy.
There was no reason to celebrate the loss to San Francisco two weeks ago, but Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll is quick to point out that not every loss is bad.