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The Seahawks return to the scene of the Super crime this week, back in Glendale, Ariz., and Russell Wilson revisited the most infamous interception in Super Bowl history. 139 more words

Russell Wilson

DT Bryant sees parallels with Bills & Seahawks

Bills newest DT Red Bryant, who signed last week, has a Super Bowl ring from his time with the Seattle Seahawks. He’s spent just about a week here, but is extremely impressed with Buffalo’s roster and coaching staffs and sees some striking similarities between this Buffalo club and his championship Seattle team. 120 more words

Inside The Bills

Cliff Avril hosts free football camp at Clay High School

GREEN COVE SPRINGS, Fla. — Clay High School graduate Cliff Avril was back at his alma mater on Saturday morning to host a free football camp for kids. 168 more words


"Dez Bryant rule" doesn't mesh with expectations of players, fans

Yes, the provision previously known as the “Calvin Johnson rule” and now perhaps more properly known as the “Dez Bryant rule” was applied correctly (subject to a caveat mentioned below).  471 more words

Rumor Mill

2014 Season Team Profiles: Jacksonville Jaguars

Team Name: Jacksonville Jaguars

Division: AFC South

Stadium: EverBank Field (Jacksonville, FL)

2013 Record: 4-12

Head Coach: Gus Bradley (2013 – present), was recruited for the Jacksonville head coach position after working wonders with the Seattle defense as their coordinator… 692 more words

Football Guide

Leadership transition is the real challenge in Seattle

As the Seahawks struggle to improve their won-loss record and likewise to get beyond the rumors of dysfunction that have emerged in the aftermath of the Percy Harvin trade, the answer apparently will come from within, via the emergence of new leadership in the locker room. 372 more words

Rumor Mill

Swartz: Seahawks Say Pass Rush Will Improve

Quarterback sacks are down.  Turnovers are down.  Yards and points are up.  All of these are alarming trends for Seattle Seahawks fans accustomed to seeing their defense totally dominate opposing offenses. 455 more words