As shocking as it was, the Seattle Seahawks' last-minute loss to the New England Patriots in the Super Bowl Sunday was probably not even the worst loss in the city's sports history.
Dan Quinn is looking to build a defense that plays "fast and physical" and an offense with balance as coach of the Atlanta Falcons.
A small group of Seahawks fans greeted the team after their plane landed at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport on Monday afternoon.
In the silence of the locker room, Byron Maxwell was already addressing the most important challenge Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks will face going forward.
The Seattle Seahawks say they will not be planning any rallies or celebrations in the wake of the team's 28-24 loss in Super Bowl XLIX.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman played the Super Bowl with torn ligaments in his left elbow and will likely need Tommy John surgery in the offseason.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is standing by the decision to throw on the 1-yard line in the closing seconds of the Super Bowl and defending offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, giving credit to Malcolm Butler for making the clinching interception.
Newspapers across Washington sum up the Seahawks Super Bowl loss in big headlines.
EA Sports' Madden 15 not only said the Patriots would win 28-24, but nailed some of the other events that happened in the game.
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 on Monday.
The Seahawks coach chose a pass on second-and-goal from the 1 instead of giving it to Marshawn Lynch, and Butler made him pay - stepping in for the game-saving interception with 20 seconds left .
People in Seattle poised to celebrate a second straight Super Bowl win by the Seahawks were instead left stunned.
Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes, Malcolm Butler intercepted Russell Wilson in the end zone and the New England Patriots rallied from a 10-point fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Seattle Seahawks 28-24 in the Super Bowl on Sunday.
It's one of the mottos of Pete Carroll's program. The word "Finish" is everywhere when it comes to the Seattle Seahawks, always with the idea of being the better team at the end of the game.