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As if there weren’t enough story lines to sustain Sunday’s game between the Seahawks and the Redskins, a new angle has been added on Friday, courtesy of Washington defensive lineman Kedric Golston. As linebacker Lorenzo Alexander was being asked whethUpvote Share Tweet
Tate still says he caught the ballThe notorious “Fail Mary” play from the last game of Week Three didn’t help the Seahawks make it to the playoffs, but it did help the 49ers secure a bye week that otherwise would have gone to the Packers. As the postseason approaches, the man who waUpvote Share TweetPlayers had to be separated before Seattle and Washington played last season at CenturyLink Field.Upvote Share Tweet
Seahawks' road playoff streak has reached eight games, 29 yearsThe Seahawks haven't won a road playoff game since the first one they played, Dec. 31, 1983, at Miami.Upvote Share TweetThe Philadelphia Eagles will interview Colts offensive coordinator Bruce Arians and Seahawks defensive coordinator Gus Bradley for their coaching vacancy.Upvote Share Tweet
Redskins activate Cedric Griffin after suspensionThe Redskins will have cornerback Cedric Griffin back in the lineup when they face the Seahawks in Sunday’s playoff game. The team announced Friday that they removed Griffin from the exempt list he was on while serving a four-game suspension and placedUpvote Share TweetUnless you're firmly in Andrew Luck's corner when it comes to the NFL's Offensive Rookie of the Year nomination -- and there's certainly some weight to that argument -- the wild-card battle between the Washington Redskins and Seattle Seahawks presents p…Upvote Share Tweet
Pete Carroll: 'We're about as healthy as we could get'RENTON - The Seahawks expect to have all 53 players on their active roster available for Sunday’s game as running back Marshawn Lynch and cornerback Jeremy Lane are each considered certain to be available. Lynch was limited on Wednesday with a sore baUpvote Share Tweet
PFT on NBC Sports Network: DeAngelo Hall, Wild Card weekend previewThe Redskins make their return to playoff action on Sunday and cornerback DeAngelo Hall will join Erik Kuselias to talk about the game against the Seahawks on Friday’s edition of Pro Football Talk on NBC Sports Network. Hall had an up-and-down regular sUpvote Share Tweet
Joe Namath’s Wild-Card Picks: Texans, Ravens, Seahawks, Packers advanceyahoo.com Jan 4, 2013As he did last year for the playoffs, NFL Hall of Famer and New York Jets legend Joe Namath will join Yahoo! Sports and the Shutdown Corner Blog during the playoffs to break down the key games, players and moments each weekend. Make sure you like the Of…Upvote Share Tweet
Marcus Trufant on his playoff touchdown against Washington five years ago: 'That's ancient history.'* * * Sunday will mark Marcus Trufant‘s third career playoff game versus Washington. The two others? Jan. 14, 2006 - Seahawks 20, Washington 10 (divisional round) Jan. 5, 2008 - Seahawks 35, Washington 14 (wild-card round) In fact, oUpvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Jan 4, 2013Even though he doesn't act like he has a chip on his shoulder, Seattle Seahawks rookie quarterback Russell Wilson will have the chance to prove he belonged in the first round of the 2012 NFL Draft. When Seattle faces Washington on Sunday in a NFC wilUpvote Share Tweet
Mariners outright Mitchell to Triple-A TacomaMLB.com Jan 4, 2013Right-handed pitcher D.J. Mitchell was outrighted to Triple-A Tacoma by the Mariners on Friday, remaining in the organization after being designated for assignment on Dec. 26 to make room on the 40-man roster for free-agent signee Raul Ibanez.Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Jan 4, 2013Five nuggets of knowledge about the Seattle Seahawks' wild-card playoff game against the Washington Redskins on Sunday at FedEx Field: Rookie showcase. Washington's Robert Griffin III (102.4) and Seattle's Russell Wilson (100.0) are the only qualifying …Upvote Share TweetESPN.com Jan 4, 2013A postseason featuring two NFC West participants has just about arrived. The San Francisco 49ers earned a bye in the wild-card round. The Seattle Seahawks are on the road. Let's get right to the prediction for this 18th week of the 2012 season: Seattle …Upvote Share Tweet
Seahawks hope to contain Washington's other rookie star - running back Alfred MorrisRedskins rookie Alfred Morris, a sixth-round draft choice from Florida Atlantic, was second in the NFL in rushing this season.Upvote Share TweetSeahawks star Marshawn Lynch doesn't reveal much of himself outside the locker room. But he's the heart of the Seattle offense.Upvote Share Tweet
NFL Kickoff OT: Wild Card WeekendJan 4NFL Live OT previews this weekends' NFL playoff games.
Sunday Wild-Card PreviewJan 4Mark Schlereth and Tedy Bruschi preview Sunday's wild-card matchups between Indianapolis-Baltimore and Seattle-Washington.
Jaworski's QB Big BoardJan 4Ron Jaworski ranks Peyton Manning the No. 1 quarterback in the NFL this season and reveals his rookie QB rankings.
Who Wins Seahawks-Redskins?Jan 4Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless debate the winner of Saturday's playoff matchup between the Seahawks and Redskins.
Daquean Cook to sign with Chicago Bulls after clearing waivers, agent saysJan 4Free-agent shooting specialist Daquean Cook will sign with the Chicago Bulls after clearing waivers Friday, according to his agent.
Daequan Cook to sign with Chicago Bulls after clearing waivers, agent saysJan 4Free-agent shooting specialist Daequan Cook will sign with the Chicago Bulls after clearing waivers Friday, according to his agent.
Don Banks: Kansas City gets its man, but history says Reid may not win bigJan 4The Kansas City Chiefs on Friday completed their whirlwind pursuit of Andy Reid and hired him as their next head coach, making the big, bold headline move in large part because they were drawn by his long NFL track record and history of winning in Phila…
Peter King: Quarterback play crucial in uncertain Wild Card roundJan 4Minnesota cornerback Antoine Winfield and Baltimore quarterback Joe Flacco are two of the major difference-makers on Wild Card weekend in this 93rd NFL season, if you accept these premises: