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Don't expect any big additions on O-line

A year ago, the Seahawks’ obvious priority was to build an almost entirely new offensive line. They ended up with three first-time starters, a fourth in a new position and a fifth who was only in his second year at his spot. 868 more words

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Wild Season For Seattle Ends With Questions on Title Window

RENTON, Wash. (AP) — In the midst of all that happened this season between debilitating key injuries, inconsistent play on both offense and defense, and enough distractions to raise the ire of any coach, there was one particular aspect of the Seattle Seahawks season that stood out to Pete Carroll. 816 more words

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Report: NFL "looking into" Seahawks possibly breaking an NFL rule

The NFL is looking into the Seattle Seahawks’ failure to disclose an injury to star cornerback Richard Sherman during the season, per Pro Football Talk… 244 more words

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Seahawks Season In Review: Too Many Injuries Derailed Seattle In 2016

By Sam McPherson

Most NFL teams would be thrilled with the season the Seattle Seahawks just completed: Double-digit wins, a division title and a playoff win. 831 more words

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The NFL Hurry Up: 'I'm Not On Snapface'

It was time for the NFL Hurry Up.

Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll has now admitted to not disclosing injuries to Richard Sherman during the season where Sherman had missed practices, but was listed for “personal reasons.” Carroll later went on to claim that he didn’t realize they didn’t disclose it. 58 more words

The Seattle Seahawks could be in trouble for not disclosing an injury to a star player

The Seattle Seahawks could be in trouble for failing disclose an injury to star cornerback Richard Sherman.

Head coach Pete Carroll told ESPN Radio that Sherman had an MCL injury the second half of the season. 215 more words

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The voice in your head does sound different, and other things we learned from Mastering Civility

Mastering Civility: A Manifesto for the Workplace
By Christine Porath
Grand Central Publishing
240 pp; $32.50

Mastering Civility might sound more like a handbook for baby’s first cotillion than a business professional’s next pocket read, but Georgetown management professor Christine Porath’s manifesto offers several simple ways the resident cubicle keener can make this year their most courteous – and thereby successful – yet. 532 more words

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