This is the January 9, 2014 news archive. View today's Seahawks rumors and news.
Percy Harvin’s season with the Seattle Seahawks nearly ended two weeks ago. Following Seattle’s 27-9 victory over the St. Louis Rams in the regular season finale, it was finally time for judgement day on Harvin’s injured hip. Head coach Pete Carroll met…Upvote Share Tweet
Seattle Central Library to show Seahawks game on big screenThe Seattle Central Library will screen Saturday’s Seahawks playoff game Saturday at Microsoft Auditorium. The broadcast is free to the public.Upvote Share Tweet
Seahawks sacrifice to make most of their remarkable depthThe Seahawks are one of the NFL’s deepest teams, which keeps players fresh but means they have to sacrifice playing time and stats for the good of the team.Upvote Share Tweet
Quiz: Test your Seattle vs. New Orleans knowledgeWith the Seahawks hosting the Saints on Saturday, seems like a good time to test your New Orleans (and a little Seattle) pop culture knowledge. No Googling allowed.Upvote Share TweetFormer Seahawk Walter Jones was named tonight as one of 15 finalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Here's our story on Jones being named and what happens next. And here is the Hall of Fame website with more info.Upvote Share Tweet
Marshawn Lynch: "I love them''Here's what Marshawn Lynch had to say today when he spoke to reporters following practice: (On the offensive line…) “I love them.” (On Russell Wilson…) “I love him.” (On the wide receivers…) “I love them.” (On the fullbacks…) “I love them.” (On how many…Upvote Share Tweet
Thursday injury reportToday's official injury reports for the Seahawks and Saints are out, and most of it is as expected other than that Seattle listed DT Jordan Hill as not participating with a groin injury. Hill, a rookie from Penn State, has been active for just four game…Upvote Share TweetHe didn’t even have a Wikipedia page when the Seahawks hired him four years ago, and his friends still like to remind him that he’s short. But general manager John Schneider is ... The Natural.Upvote Share TweetSeahawks running back Marshawn Lynch answered questions after practice Thursday, speaking to the media for the second time this season. Refusing to speak would cost Lynch $100,000 in NFL fines.Upvote Share Tweet
Seismometers to monitor Seahawks-Saints gameEarthquake trackers are ready for the Seahawks' re-match with New Orleans on Saturday at CenturyLink Field -- one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL.Upvote Share TweetRENTON, Wash. -- Just like Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, receiver Jermaine Kearse was one of seven Seattle rookies in the 2012 season who were experiencing life in the NFL playoffs for the first time. Kearse, however, said there was one big diffe…Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Jan 9, 2014RENTON, Wash. -- Believe it or not, the Seahawks didn’t cast a single vote for Detroit defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh as the most feared player in the NFL, but they thought a lot of his teammate Calvin Johnson. The Detroit receiver, known as Megatron, r…Upvote Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Jan 9, 2014The New Orleans Saints rushed for 185 yards in their 26-24 victory over Philadelphia Eagles on Saturday night. The Saints accomplished the feat without Pierre Thomas in the lineup and may be without him again this week against the Seattle Seahawks. Thom…Upvote Share Tweet
For N.F.L. Playoff Teams, Statistics Are Important, but So Is Lucknytimes.com Jan 9, 2014Most of the teams beat their regular-season expectations, but this showed that the season was too short for breaks to even out, not that an efficiency model was flawed.Upvote Share Tweet
Power meals: Seahawks chef plays key role in team’s successSeahawks chef Mac McNabb makes massive meals that are healthful, tasty and filling, while working in what the Bellevue native says is his dream job.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL Cold Hard FactsJan 9Mark Schlereth provides the keys to this weekend's playoff games.
How loud is the 12th Man?Jan 9They may just be loud fans, but their presence gives the Seattle Seahawks a major advantage for the opposition. Get an inside peek at how loud the 12th Man really is.
Divisional Round Weekend weather reportJan 9Jim Kosek from ABC 4 Salt Lake City predicts rain in Saturday's games and clear weather for Sunday's slate of games.
Inside the Huddle with John ClaytonJan 9Inside the Huddle goes deep on four new NFL topics: the dangers of promoting coordinators to the head coach position, Crabtree making things click for Kaepernick, Percy Harvick helping spark the Seahawks, and the Bears' salary cap maneuvers.
Don Banks: 49ers' unique quest; more storylines to watch in NFL divisional…Jan 9Last weekend's entertaining wild-card round games served to separate the contenders from the pretenders, and now we get the NFL's Elite 8 squaring off in what many annually consider the best two days of action on the league's schedule. Here are eight of…
Don Banks: NFL divisional round picksJan 9The divisional round of the NFL playoffs is where big dreams go to die. From 2005-12, the top seeds in each conference went a stunning 7-9 in their playoff openers, with so many clubs squandering the home-field advantage and hard-earned benefit of the f…
2013 NFL playoffs -- John Clayton's First and Goal: Divisional roundJan 9No lead is safe with the QB field left in the playoffs and recent history sides with No. 6 seeds, John Clayton writes.