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In Paul Allen’s world, these are the glory days

In Paul Allen’s world, these are the glory days

seattletimes.com Updated 1 hour ago
Seahawks owner Paul Allen, in the midst of his own winning streak, talks about his championship team, unique players and memories of his first Super Bowl win.
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  • Darrell Bevell: Robert Turbin “understands his role”

    Darrell Bevell: Robert Turbin “understands his role”

    profootballtalk.com 20 minutes ago
    Some teams use a running back-by-committee approach. The Seahawks are not one of those teams. Marshawn Lynch, of course, will get the vast majority of backfield snaps for Seattle in Super Bowl XLIX, and with good reason. But even a back at the top of hi…
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  • Seahawks dread this call: Hey, bro, can you buy me a Super Bowl…

    Seahawks dread this call: Hey, bro, can you buy me a Super Bowl ticket?

    seattletimes.com 3 hours ago
    Seahawks can buy up to 15 tickets at $1,500 each, but telling family or friends no is one of the toughest things about going to the Super Bowl.
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  • The Earl Thomas paradox: Seahawks safety radiates love, grace a…

    The Earl Thomas paradox: Seahawks safety radiates love, grace and ferocity

    seattletimes.com 3 hours ago
    Seahawks safety Earl Thomas is the most inscrutable of all Seahawks, and as Super Bowl XLIX approaches, his positive energy is almost blinding.
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  • How Pete Carroll-John Schneider’s partnership spawned the Seaha…

    How Pete Carroll-John Schneider’s partnership spawned the Seahawks’ unique culture

    seattletimes.com 3 hours ago
    Pete Carroll’s vision drives the Seahawks’ organization and Schneider’s talent evaluation fuels it. They’ve created a place for individuals to thrive in the ultimate team concept.
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  • Seahawks head toward Super Bowl with minimal injuries

    Seahawks head toward Super Bowl with minimal injuries

    On Friday, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll declared the shoulder injury to safety Earl Thomas to be “over.” Technically, it isn’t. As a practical matter, it is. Thomas fully participated in the team’s “Competition Wednesday” practice session despite the sho…
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  • Seattle Seahawks Wednesday Super Bowl practice report

    Seattle Seahawks Wednesday Super Bowl practice report

    seattletimes.com 4 hours ago
    Here is the official pool report on Seattle's practice today:
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  • New England's injury report for Wednesday

    New England's injury report for Wednesday

    seattletimes.com 5 hours ago
    Here is New England's injury and participation report for Wednesday. The biggest thing to watch is the health of center Bryan Stork, who missed the AFC title game. He was listed as limited today with a sore knee.
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  • AZ postcard: Free sunscreen for the masses

    AZ postcard: Free sunscreen for the masses

    seattletimes.com 5 hours ago
    Here’s something I haven’t seen in Seattle: Free sunscreen dispensers set up in downtown Phoenix for “Super Bowl Central,” a collection of concerts, football-related exhibits, beer garden and a chance to get autographs from former NFL players. Admission…
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  • Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch again fulfills media obligation in his…

    Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch again fulfills media obligation in his own way

    The running back continued to answer Super Bowl media questions with the same response Wednesday. His line of the day was, “You know why I’m here.”
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  • Seahawks kick-started careers of Patriots’ Alan Branch, Sealver…

    Seahawks kick-started careers of Patriots’ Alan Branch, Sealver Siliga

    seattletimes.com 6 hours ago
    Both Alan Branch and Sealver Siliga played for the Seahawks before going to the New England Patriots.
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  • Seahawks’ Malcolm Smith maintains perspective on diminished rol…

    Seahawks’ Malcolm Smith maintains perspective on diminished role

    seattletimes.com 7 hours ago
    Last year’s Super Bowl MVP is trending back toward obscurity, having barely played the past two months of the season — he got 25 snaps in Seattle’s last six regular-season games and has played just two in the playoffs.
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  • Seahawks Cure Super Bowl Hangover to Salvage Shot at Repeat

    Seahawks Cure Super Bowl Hangover to Salvage Shot at Repeat

    nytimes.com 7 hours ago
    The Seattle Seahawks showed classic symptoms of a Super Bowl hangover early in the season, but a team meeting struck a chord and now they are one win away from becoming the NFL's first repeat champion 10 years.
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  • Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn doesn't focus on Falco…

    Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn doesn't focus on Falcons job

    yahoo.com 8 hours ago
    PHOENIX – It must be a little strange for Dan Quinn, having two important jobs on his mind this week. The Seattle Seahawks defensive coordinator is going to be the next head coach of the Atlanta Falcons. The Falcons part isn’t official, because he can’t…
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  • Patriots Expect to Have 'Hands Full' With Seattle Defense

    Patriots Expect to Have 'Hands Full' With Seattle Defense

    nytimes.com 8 hours ago
    The New England Patriots may have one of the NFL's most potent offenses but they expect to have their hands full in Sunday's Super Bowl when they face a suffocating Seattle Seahawks defense that is second to none.
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  • Russell Wilson and Tom Brady have an email connection

    Russell Wilson and Tom Brady have an email connection

    ESPN.com nytimes.com 9 hours ago
    PHOENIX -- Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has an email buddy you might not expect. It's New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady. It started through a mutual friend. "I'm not sure if I should give that information out," Wilson s…
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  • AZ postcard: There’s a lot you can’t bring to the Super Bowl

    AZ postcard: There’s a lot you can’t bring to the Super Bowl

    seattletimes.com 9 hours ago
    What do these items have in common: Frisbees, noisemakers, coolers, tripods, umbrellas and strollers? They are all on the list of items you will not be allowed to bring into University of Phoenix Stadium for Sunday’s Super Bowl XLIX. At a Wednesday brie…
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  • Sign Up for Daily Super Bowl Updates

    Sign Up for Daily Super Bowl Updates

    nytimes.com 11 hours ago
    The Seahawks and Patriots and all their fans are preparing for the Super Bowl and The New York Times has you covered. Get a regular digest of news, highlights and context from Times reporters and editors delivered to your inbox.
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  • Video - Inside Edge: Super Bowl XLIX 01:41

    Inside Edge: Super Bowl XLIX

    Jan 28
    ESPN NFL Insider Mike Sando delivers stats to help you make a pick for New England vs. Seattle.
  • Video - Penalty Free Football Not So Important 03:13

    Penalty Free Football Not So Important

    Jan 28
    ESPN NFL Insider Mike Sando talks about how the Seahawks have adapted to the NFL's rules on defensive holding and pass interference.
  • Video - Impact Of Seattle's 2012 Draft Class 03:22

    Impact Of Seattle's 2012 Draft Class

    Jan 28
    Terry Blount takes a look back at the Seahawks' 2012 draft class, and what players like Bruce Irvin, Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner have meant to the team.
  • Video - 3 Things We Learned At The Super Bowl: Wednesday 02:06

    3 Things We Learned At The Super Bowl: Wednesday

    Jan 28
    John Clayton discusses the possible fine Marshawn Lynch could receive, the health of Seattle's offensive line, and Tom Brady showing signs of a cold.

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