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December 21, 2014 at 11:30 PM

Video: Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch

There was unquestionably a lot that Marshawn Lynch could have talked about following Sunday’s win over Arizona. But Lynch again chose essentially not do. He did meet the media afterward, but again picked a phase with which to basically answer every question — today it was “thanks for asking.” You can watch it below, and here is More

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December 21, 2014 at 4:11 PM

Seattle Seahawks inactives vs. Arizona:

No real surprises in the list of Seattle inactives for Sunday. The seven inactive are: WR Chris Matthews, C Max Unger, DT Travian Robertson, OT Russell Okung, WR Kevin Norwood, TE Tony Moeaki and DE Demarcus Dobbs. Matthews, Unger, Okung, Moeaki and Dobbs are all dealing with varying injuries while Norwood and Robertson are healthy inactives to…

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December 21, 2014 at 2:46 PM

Seahawks Richard Sherman says he’d benched if he gave up as many TDs as Patrick Peterson

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman kept his comments about Arizona cornerback Patrick Peterson when asked about him during his regular weekly press conference in Seattle. But in an exclusive interview with Bob Costas airing tonight on Football Night in America┬áthat will air in conjunction with the Seattle-Arizona game tonight, Sherman said that if he gave up as…

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December 20, 2014 at 4:30 PM

Seahawks waive TE RaShaun Allen, sign OL Keavon Milton from the practice squad

The Seahawks today announced they have waived tight end RaShaun Allen and have signed offensive lineman Keavon Milton from the practice squad. Milton, who will wear No. 66, is undoubtedly a hedge against some of the injuries on Seattle’s offensive line. Specifically, left tackle Russell Okung (bruised lung) and center Max Unger (ankle) are out for…

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December 20, 2014 at 1:26 PM

Seahawks-Cardinals: What to watch

Here are some things to watch in Sunday’s Seattle-Arizona game from beat writers Jayson Jenks and Bob Condotta. First, from Jenks: 1. Can the offense hit a few big plays down the field? The Cardinals are going to come after the Seahawks with blitzes, as they do every game, and that means the Seahawks…

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