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.
The Seattle Seahawks are still the clear favorite in leading the Associated Press power rankings, with commanding home-field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs there for the clinching with a couple of wins.
What a performance, what domination and what bragging rights. All that buzz is great for the team and for fans and our city.
Seattle Seahawks roaring fans managed to show up on a seismometer that records earthquakes.
Alex Rodriguez walked out of his grievance hearing Wednesday after arbitrator Fredric Horowitz refused to order baseball Commissioner Bud Selig to testify.
Chuck Knox never did it. Neither did Mike Holmgren, Tom Flores or Dennis Erickson.
Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas doesn't cry often, but he shed tears after last seasons playoff loss to the Atlanta Falcons.
Alex Rodriguez tested positive for a banned stimulant in 2006, The New York Times reported Monday, an accusation a spokesman for the New York Yankees third baseman denied.
There is still no definitive date for when wide receiver Percy Harvin will make his Seattle Seahawks debut.
The wife of Seattle Mariners outfielder Carlos Peguero is accused of making $180,000 in unauthorized purchases with another person's debit card.