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Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable praises blocking of Jimmy Graham
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Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach Tom Cable said tight end Jimmy Graham was among those whose perimeter blocking helped spring Thomas Rawls to his big game last week.Share Tweet
Rookie Seahawks receiver Tyler Lockett learning the ‘little things’ that are as important as catching the ballseattletimes.com 8 hours agoWide receivers Doug Baldwin and Jermaine Kearse are helping Lockett adjust to having fewer passes thrown his way and to appreciate important duties such as blocking and helping other receivers get open.Share Tweet
Seattle Seahawks-Pittsburgh Steelers preview from Pro Football Focusseattletimes.com 10 hours agoPro Football Focus offers some links and stats and notes previewing Sunday's Seattle Seahawks-Pittsburgh Steelers game.Share TweetOnly three Seahawks appear in danger of not playing Sunday against the Steelers --- Marshawn Lynch, Bruce Irvin and Paul Richardson.Share Tweet
N.F.L. Week 12 Previews and Picksnytimes.com 13 hours agoThe most intriguing matchup of Week 12 is between the Steelers and the Seahawks.Share Tweet
Seahawks to activate Jeremy Lane this weekprofootballtalk.com Nov 26 (yesterday)The Seattle Seahawks will get some additional help back in their secondary this week against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Head coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday the team will activate cornerback Jeremy Lane from the physically unable to perform list. “Jerem…Share TweetHow does the Seahawks' secondary match up with the Steelers' air attack? Will Thomas Rawls continue channeling his own Beast Mode? Here's an inside look at Sunday's big matchup at CenturyLink Field.Share TweetFamily statement says NFL Hall of Famer ‘was suffering from the debilitating effects of head trauma.’Share TweetThe Seattle Seahawks had six players sit out of practice Wednesday, but starting center Patrick Lewis was not one of them. Instead, he was a full participant, overcoming an ankle injury he suffered in Sunday's win over the 49ers.Share Tweet
Paper Hawks: A new Seattle Seahawks paper doll is coming FridayWho will be this week's chartaceous character? Find out Thursday when we reveal this week's Paper Hawks doll, and look in Friday's newspaper for your own template.Share Tweet
Tracking the the Seattle Seahawks’ improved playoff odds after 10 gamesThe Seattle Seahawks' playoff odds improved markedly with the events of last weekend.Share Tweetnytimes.com Nov 25 (2 days ago)Iannetta agreed to a $4.25 million, one-year contract with Seattle with the expectation he will be their starting catcher going into 2016.Share Tweet
Can the Steelers hold off the Seahawks?Nov 25On NFL Live OT, ESPN's Mark Schlereth and Antonio Pierce break down the Sunday matchup between the Steelers and the Seahawks.
Roethlisberger: I can't shy away from Antonio BrownNov 25Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger says he'll still target WR Antonio Brown despite being matched up with the Seahawks' Richard Sherman on Sunday.
With Lynch sidelined, spotlight on RawlsNov 25Seahawks RB Marshawn Lynch will be out for a minimum of three to four weeks, meaning the team will count on rookie Thomas Rawls as it tries to go on a run.
Steelers to focus on stopping GrahamNov 25Jeremy Fowler discusses Pittsburgh's plan to focus on stopping Jimmy Graham, and whether the Seahawks will take advantage at other positions.
Future NBA cornerstone (Insider)Nov 25Chad Ford says the LSU freshman has special qualities. "I think what scouts love the most is how Simmons plays the game. He plays with a calm demeanor...
NBA: Opponents can't afford to give Golden State Warriors second looksNov 22For Golden State, offensive boards equal a wide-open -- and dangerous -- Steph Curry. Teams that want a chance against the champs must limit their second looks, writes J.A. Adande.
NBA: Warriors are having a blast making historyNov 20Winning is a feat and a mindset built by repetition. The Warriors have grasped the concept and mastered the approach and are leaving the rest of the NBA behind.
ESPN NowNov 13No. 1 recruit in 2015 ESPN 100From Melbourne, Australia6-10, 240 lbsNo. 1 on Chad Ford's 2016 NBA draft Big Board