There is no doubting the feats of Russell Wilson on the football field. But can he do the Argentine tango? We might soon find out as the Seahawks quarterback told Access Hollywood he “definitely” has plans on joining the cast of ABC’s hit show “Dancing With the Stars” sometime in the future. Wilson said in…More
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The practice report for Wednesday has been released, and there were no surprises for the Seahawks. Running back Marshawn Lynch did not participate, with his absence listed as “not injury related.” He hasn’t practiced Wednesdays throughout the season so to keep rested for games. Full participants were receiver Doug Baldwin (hip), receiver Percy Harvin (concussion) and defensive…More
The darling of this Super Bowl is pretty clearly Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning. The media horde has been following him in droves, and that continued Wednesday during access on the Cornucopia Majesty Ship (as a side note, it is definitely interesting trying to participate in interviews on a swaying boat).
Anyways, here are some notes from Manning:More
Needless to say, Super Bowl Media Day is wild, with people dressed as superheroes or in colonial outfits, and while it’s impossible to pass along everything from the day, here are a few notes from Denver’s session: * * * — By far the most popular person was quarterback Peyton Manning, as you might expect. So how…More
Receiver Percy Harvin was a full participant in practice for the second-straight day Thursday. So how does he feel? “I feel good,” he said. “It was good to get back out there with my guys. I don’t think anybody is not feeling good going up to the most prized possession in our profession — the Super…More
The Cleveland Browns announced Thursday that they have hired Buffalo Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine as the franchise’s new head coach. Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn had been in the mix for the position, and Browns CEO Joe Banner reportedly said passing over Quinn was probably the toughest decision in the process. Quinn had also interviewed…More
Even during an off week, the Seahawks and Broncos had to file practice reports Wednesday. As noted earlier, receiver Percy Harvin was able to practice, and he did so as a full participant. Three players did not practice: running back Marshawn Lynch (knee), receiver Doug Baldwin (hip) and defensive tackle Brandon Mebane (ankle). Coach Pete Carroll indicated…More
Seahawks receiver Percy Harvin was able to return to practice Wednesday and looked “fine,” according to offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell. Harvin had missed the NFC Championship game due to a concussion suffered in the divisional round. Coach Pete Carroll had said Monday that Harvin was expected to be able to practice Wednesday. Not bad being able to…More
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Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman spoke with the gathered media Wednesday for the first time since his controversial postgame interviews Sunday.
Here is some of what he had to say…More
Receiver Percy Harvin has been ruled out Sunday’s NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers due to a concussion suffered in the divisional round, according to coach Pete Carroll. “He will not make it through the doctor’s protocol and will not be able to go,” Carroll said Friday. Harvin wasn’t able to practice Wednesday or Thursday,…More