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Seahawks Kam Chancellor, Chris Clemons undergo surgeryUpdated Jan 18 Share Tweet
Seattle Seahawks safety Kam Chancellor and defensive end Chris Clemons each underwent surgeries on Thursday. Chancellor’s surgery was for an undisclosed injury in his lower right leg. Seahawks team doctor Edward Khalfayan performed the surgery. Chancell
Share TweetJohn Idzik, who has been with the Seahawks since 2007, was named general manager of the New York Jets.
Sando's best guess: Week 20 predictionUpdated Jan 18 Share TweetThe anticipated trip to Candlestick Park for the NFC Championship Game has taken a detour to Atlanta. The Atlanta Falcons earned it with a 30-28 victory over the Seattle Seahawks in the divisional round. It's now up to the San Francisco 49ers to give th…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetAround the NFC West: Jan. 18, 2013 Thursday was kind to the NFC West. The Arizona Cardinals found their next head coach in Indianapolis Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians. The Seattle Seahawks moved quickly to hire Dan Quinn, their first and only …Source: ESPN.comShare TweetCardinals hire Bruce Arians as head coachESPN.com The Arizona Cardinals’ hiring of Bruce Arians means that Darrell Bevell will be returning for a third season as Seattle’s offensive coordinator. In fact, Bevell received a new contract, according to ESSource: seattletimes.comShare TweetQuinn spent two years as Seattle's defensive line coach before leaving to be the defensive coordinator at Florida.Source: seattletimes.com
Kerry J. Byrne: Changes on offense fueling Ravens, Niners in playoffsJan 18The Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers each made major and even controversial decisions on offense this year.
Chadiha: Progress for minority coaches stallsJan 18The Rooney Rule helped, but the NFL needs another push on hiring minority coaches.
Peter King: Ravens owe consistent success to 'other' HarbaughJan 18ATLANTA -- I'll be spending the weekend covering the NFC Championship Game, but before I get too heavy into Niners-Falcons, I wanted to write about the most under-appreciated single person of the NFL weekend: John Harbaugh.
Don Banks: History not on Ravens' side as they try to get revenge on Patri…Jan 18The Baltimore Ravens have worked hard and admirably persevered through multiple challenges this season to get back to the same position they were in last year: playing at New England in the AFC Championship game. But history says the chances of the outc…