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Marshawn Lynch dealing with a back issue

Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll told reporters on Monday that Marshawn Lynch is dealing with a back issue. Carroll said Lynch's back issues are "ongoing." Will be monitored. #Seahawks — Liz Mathews 710 ESPN (@Liz_Mathews) September 15, 2014 The good news is that Christine Michael is expected to return to practice on Tuesday. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551...
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Keenan Allen on Richard Sherman: “He’s just a normal guy”

Todd Kirkland/Icon SportswireAfter showing the NFL world that Richard Sherman can be beat off the line, Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen stated that Sherman is just normal guy. “He’s just a normal guy,” Allen said of Sherman. “We can go at him. We took some shots at him. We are not going to shy away from him. He’s not really a shutdown corner. We definitely wanted to...
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4 things we learned in the Seahawks’ disappointing loss to San Diego

I knew the moment that Teddy Bruschi of ESPN predicted earlier this week that the Seattle Seahawks would go 16-0 this season that we were in trouble. On Thursday I wrote a column that listed five reasons why the Seahawks might be upset by San Diego. In a nutshell, I felt the Chargers needed to win more, it was a trap game for the Seahawks, and that the Chargers are built the right...
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NFL admits refs missed Harvin stepping out of bounds on TD

Seattle Seahawks wide receiver scored a scintillating touchdown on Sunday — or did he? The dynamic playmaker continued what’s been an already impressive start to the season with a 51-yard touchdown run in the first quarter against the San Diego Chargers. However, Harvin’s touchdown had one glaring issue: Harvin stepped out of bounds as he raced down the sidelines. It was pretty...
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Keenan Allen: Richard Sherman is ‘not really a shutdown corner’

Wide receiver Keenan Allen said Sunday after the Chargers 30-21 upset victory over the Seahawks that Richard Sherman  is “not really a shutdown corner.” “He’s just a normal guy,” Allen said of Sherman. “We can go at him. We took some shots at him. We are not going to shy away from him. He’s not really a shutdown corner. We definitely wanted to come out and show...
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Seattle Seahawks: Three reasons why they lost to the Chargers

The Super Bowl high has ended for the Seattle Seahawks in a 30-21 loss against the San Diego Chargers. The last time the Seahawks lost by more than seven points was week nine of 2011 in Dallas. It’s also their fifth loss since 2012. Here are three reasons why the Seahawks fell short to the Chargers. Time was not on their side The Chargers (1-1) dominated the time clock. Total...
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Richard Sherman responds to ‘exposed’ comments on Twitter after declining to talk to media

The Seattle Seahawks‘ Legion of Boom did not attain the same level of success in Sunday’s game than it did in previous games against the Broncos (last season) and the Packers. San Diego was able to throw for 284 yards, and they moved the ball through the air consistently throughout the game. And after the game, multiple players said they “exposed” Sherman. Same word from...
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Watch Keenan Allen juke Richard Sherman out of his jock strap (Video)

Looks like Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen proved that Richard Sherman is in fact human. h/t Next Impulse Sports var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ZergNet The post Watch Keenan Allen juke Richard Sherman out of his jock strap (Video) appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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Seattle Seahawks stunned by Chargers

Philip Rivers and Antonio Gates, one of the greatest quarterback-tight end duos I have seen in my young life, dominated the Seahawks’ defense, and the Chargers handed the defending Super Bowl champs their first loss, winning 31-20. When I looked at the match-up between the Seattle Seahawks and San Diego Chargers, I envisioned a 31-20 final score. I somehow got that right. I just...
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Seahawks Injury Update: Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor suffering from cramps

Seattle Seahawks safeties Earl Thomas and Kam Chancellor both had to exit Sunday’s game against the San Diego Chargers due to cramps:#466654023 / gettyimages.comA combination of on-field temperatures around 120 degrees and a heavy time of possession advantage for San Diego have led to some cramping issues for the Seahawks’ defense. Thomas and Chancellor both had to return to...
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Percy Harvin Steps Out Of Bounds, The Automatic Review Is Botched

This still doesn’t make sense to me. In the Seahawks and Chargers game, Percy Harvin scored on a 51-yard run. It was pretty cool. Percy Harvin is super fast. Except on the play, he clearly stepped out of bounds. Like, it’s crystal clear: How clear was it? The ref even pointed to the spot: I know what you’re thinking. But no, the play didn’t even get reviewed. And the...
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Weekly Rewind: Seattle Seahawks are still a whole lot better than rest of the NFL

Football is back and the Seattle Seahawks picked up right where they left off at MetLife Stadium in February. After one game Seattle is number one in our power rankings and look a whole lot better than the rest of the league. Here’s our top 12 stories of the week. Seahawks Columns - Check out this awesome video from Thursday Night Football (WATCH) - Chip Kelly’s Eagles have...
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Seattle Seahawks should dominate vs. Rivers, Chargers

The Seattle Seahawks travel to San Diego to take on the 0-1 Chargers on Sunday at 4:05 p.m. ET, and while the game strongly favors Seattle on paper, the Chargers could make things more interesting. By interesting, I mean the Seahawks won’t win by 27 points, like their 41-14 Week 2 preseason game. The Seahawks are clear favorites, certainly. They’re facing a team whose offense...
3 days ago  |  2 Comments

VIDEO: Watch Kam Chancellor pick off a pass by Russell Wilson

During the preseason and the opener against the Packers, Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has taken his game to another level than the one we saw in 2013. This will come as no surprise to Seahawks fans and observers who were paying attention through OTAs and training camp, or those that listened to people like Pete Carroll and Earl Thomas who kept telling us that Wilson...
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Seahawks sign former Dolphins bully victim Andrew McDonald

Today the Seattle Seahawks made a power move. The team signed offensive tackle Andrew McDonald off the Carolina Panthers practice squad.  He began his NFL career with the Miami Dolphins after going undrafted out of Indiana University in 2012. McDonald was one of the players in the Dolphins bully scandal that claims he was bullied […] The post Seahawks sign former Dolphins bully...
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