This is the January 15, 2013 news archive. View today's Seahawks rumors and news.
Seahawks' coordinators still high on other teams' head-coaching listsImitation isn't the highest form of flattery in the NFL. Acquisition is. And the fact Seattle's two coordinators are closing in on head-coaching...Upvote Share TweetThe Chicago Bears and Jacksonville Jaguars might not be the only NFL teams considering Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell for head coaching vacancies. Seattle's division rivals from Arizona could also consider him, according to Ian Ra…Upvote Share TweetIn his end of season press conference on Monday, coach Pete Carroll acknowledged the lack of a consistent pass rush this season, and said the Seahawks will address that by looking to add guys to the mix of players already on the roster. “We need anotherUpvote Share TweetESPN.com Updated Jan 15, 2013The facts: The Seattle Seahawks finished their season with a 12-6 record, including 1-1 in postseason, thanks to a 30-28 defeat at Atlanta in the divisional round. The upside: Even the worst defeats tend to feature a bright spot or two. Tight end Zach M…Upvote Share TweetThe fact that Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley will interview with the Eagles for a second time on Tuesday coupled with pre-existing rumors that Bradley is the leading candidate for the job has created a sense that Bradley could soon be the te…Upvote Share TweetThe first person to reach Russell Wilson on the field after the final play in Sunday’s game might surprise you. It was Matt Flynn. You know, the guy most people expected to begin the season as Seattle’s starting quarterback. The guy who got to play inUpvote Share Tweet
PFT Live: Eagles talk with Tim McManus, Coaching CarouselSeahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley is the hot name in the Eagles coaching search at the moment and we’ll be talking about the Eagles on Tuesday’s edition of PFT Live. Tim McManus of 97.5 The Fanatic will join Mike Florio to talk about the procUpvote Share Tweet
Nearly every person in Seattle was watching SeahawksBigfoot, Ken Griffey Jr. and the ghost of Jimi Hendrix could have carried an NBA team back into Seattle Sunday, and there’s a very good chance no one would have noticed. Nearly 87 percent of all televisions that were on in the Seattle market were tunedUpvote Share Tweet
Falcons relief stems from rediscovered run gameThe Falcons have reason to feel relief, beyond finally getting the much-discussed playoff win. The fact they found their run game again gives them reason to believe they might get another one. For all the individual parts of Sunday’s comeback win over tUpvote Share Tweet
Seahawks give thanks to the 12th ManThe Seahawks had a lot of kind words for the 12th Man as they cleaned out their lockers Monday. Fans sent the team off before each road playoff game and, most recently, welcomed the team home Sunday night in defeat… * * * “I was prettyUpvote Share TweetRussell Wilson was disappointed when his rookie season ended with a playoff loss at Atlanta, and said he can't wait to get back to work.Upvote Share Tweet
Go for it on fourth-and-one? Evidence says it's the right thing to doThere's a mountain of statistics to back up Pete Carroll's decision to go for it on fourth-and-1 Sunday in the Seahawks' loss at Atlanta. It just didn't work out this time.Upvote Share Tweet
Peter King: Peyton's arm and conservative Broncos; catching up with Reid; …Jan 15Five items, a sort of mini-MMQB, for a Championship Week Tuesday ...
Don Banks: Once left for dead, Ravens a threat again thanks to bold Caldwe…Jan 15Everyone understood it was a bold and risky move to make at such a vital position so late in the season. But that Harbaugh guy clearly knew what he was doing, because it has quickly elevated his team's offensive production to new heights and brought a S…
NFL playoffs -- Harbaugh's risk will pay off for 49ersJan 15Jim Harbaugh's gamble on Colin Kaepernick will pay off with a Super Bowl title.
Grantland Channel Presents: House EatsJan 15Joe House and I became friends for two reasons: eating and basketball. When we went to school together at the College of the Holy Cross, we would play...