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Kam Chancellor doesn’t practice Wednesday for Seahawks
profootballtalk.com Updated Jan 8, 2014
The member of “The Legion of Boom” most well-known for bringing the boom on the football field was absent from practice for the Seattle Seahawks on Wednesday. Safety Kam Chancellor was one of just two players held out of practice for the Seahawks on Wed…Share Tweet
Russell Wilson: "Our preparation is the exact same"Seattle QB Russell Wilson met the media today in advance of the playoff game Saturday against the Saints. Here are some excerpts of what he had to say: (On how the Seahawks stay focused without letting the importance of the game being a distraction...) …Share Tweet
Is this the best team in Seahawks history? Well, it’s on its way2013 version of Seahawks has a slight statistical advantage over 2005 team at this pointShare TweetQuarterback Russell Wilson has earned respect of teammates and coaches with his coolness and performance under pressure. He’ll try again to lead the Seahawks to the Super Bowl.Share Tweet
Once Bobby Wagner got healthy, Seahawks began to shut down the runSeattle’s middle linebacker Bobb Wagner a key factor in Seahawks’ improving run defenseShare TweetESPN.com Jan 8, 2014New Orleans Saints cornerback Keenan Lewis practiced fully on Wednesday, confirming that he will almost certainly play Saturday against the Seattle Seahawks.Share TweetSeattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch said Wednesday on his Facebook page that he won an appeal with the NFL over his $50,000 fine for not speaking to the media this season.Share TweetThe Seahawks received minimal return on their investment in Percy Harvin during the regular season. With the playoffs here, they could be getting plenty of bang for their millions of bucks. Officially, Harvin fully participated in practice on Wednesday.…Share Tweet
Seahawks flag raised outside Wash. CapitolGov. Jay Inslee was joined by former Seahawks offensive tackle Walter Jones in raising a 12th Man flag outside the Capitol.Share TweetThere are some great storylines for Saturday's New Orleans Saints-Seattle Seahawks game. The league's two shortest quarterbacks, Drew Brees and Russell Wilson, facing off. Two unorthodox, excitable coaches in Sean Payton and Pete Carroll. The underdog s…Share Tweet
Looking back at the 'Beast Quake' run on its three-year anniversaryThe date: Jan. 8, 2011. The Seattle Seahawks upset the defending Super Bowl-champion New Orleans Saints, 41-36, in the wild-card round of the NFL playoffs. Of course the play that goes hand in hand with that game is Marshawn Lynch's unforgettable 67-yar…Share Tweet
Saints seek unlikely redemption in playoff rematch with SeahawksCNNSI.com Jan 8, 2014For the Saints to advance, they must find a way to buck their recent history and win in Seattle.Share Tweet
Elsewhere on site: How to make a 'Hawktail'; rain likely on game dayWe had local bartenders mix us up some Hawktails, inspired by players like Marshawn Lynch, Golden Tate and, of course, Russell Wilson. But we want to know What Would Pete Carroll Drink? What’s your idea for concocting coach’s cocktail? Head over here an…Share TweetThis is the time of year when coaches will try anything to make sure their team is properly motivated. So who knows? Maybe that's what is at the root of a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter this week that the Saints feel as if the Seahawks ran up the scor…Share Tweet
2013: Best of Russell WilsonJan 8Watch the best plays of the season from Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, narrated by the signal caller himself.
NFL Live Prediction: NO-SEAJan 8The NFL Live crew make their picks for New Orleans at Seattle.
Lynch May Avoid Paying FineJan 8ESPN.com Seahawks' reporter Terry Blount provides the latest on Marshawn Lynch's fine for not speaking to the media.
Who's Got the Best Chance of a Road Upset?Jan 8Who's Got the Best Chance of a Road Upset?
Much to the dismay of his skeptics, Johnny Manziel will be a star in the N…Jan 8Folks who doubt Johnny Manziel better get ready for a rough ride because the former Heisman winner has the skills and drive to be the NFL's next young QB star, writes Jeffri Chadiha.
Clayton's mailbag -- The reality regarding coaching hiresJan 8Clayton's mailbag: The failure rate is high for coordinators who land head-coaching jobs.