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NFL Playoffs – Seattle Seahawks Somehow the More Likable Team in the Super Bowl

Posted on 27 Jan, 2015, by in NFL

There’s not a lot of love for the Seattle Seahawks and the team’s players outside their own fanbase, but because their opponents are the New England Patriots, who have their own issues with overall popularity and now the targeting comments from Brandon Browner regarding the injuries of Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas. More

Richard Sherman

NFL Playoffs – Seattle Seahawks Will Have Richard Sherman & Earl Thomas in the Super Bowl

Posted on 20 Jan, 2015, by in NFL

Despite playing injured in the NFC championship game, both Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas will be available for the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl, even if they might not be 100% by the time they have to play the New England Patriots. More

Phil Bates

Seattle Seahawks – Richard Sherman Making the Preseason Interesting

Posted on 19 Jun, 2014, by in NFL

There’s nothing wrong with NFL players blowing some steam on each other during practice, but when nothing actually happens during preseason, scuffles and fights make the top news, especially when it’s the Super Bowl champions Seattle Seahawks and especially Richard Sherman, one of the most vocal players in the league, getting involved. More

Earl Thomas

Seattle Seahawks – Earl Thomas Becomes Highest Paid Safety

Posted on 29 Apr, 2014, by in NFL

It was quite obvious the Seattle Seahawks were going to need to spend a lot money in order to keep their Super Bowl winning defense intact, so it comes as no surprise that they went ahead and turned Earl Thomas into the highest paid safety in the history of the NFL, going by the average salary of his new deal. More

Richard Sherman, Russell Wilson

Seattle Seahawks – What Happens Next?

Posted on 5 Feb, 2014, by in NFL

There’s no denying it – beyond the great team building done by the front office, the Seattle Seahawks have been fortunate to get this group at such a young age, which means there’s plenty of talent that came relatively cheaply, but won’t be like that for much longer, with contract extensions being a big part of the next offseason. More