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Seahawks offensive tackle Russell Okung shows off some celebratory moves  as the Seahawks pulled ahead 22-19 in the NFC title game. “I enjoy it this year way better,” safety Earl Thomas said. “I don’t want to say last year was easy, but, man, we had to fight this year.”
BETTINA HANSEN / The Seattle Times
Thursday, January 29
For Seahawks, title No. 2 would be sweeter because of the struggles en route | Jerry Brewer

A second championship wouldn’t just signify greatness, enhance the Seahawks’ legacy and vault them into elite historical status. It would highlight their grit.

Thursday, January 29

Seahawks assistant Tom Cable making winning strides with his team, and his perception | Jerry Brewer

Offensive line coach is responsible for the success of the Seattle running game, while also smoothing off his own rough edges

Wednesday, January 28

How Pete Carroll-John Schneider’s partnership spawned the Seahawks’ unique culture | Jerry Brewer

Pete Carroll’s vision drives the Seahawks’ organization and Schneider’s talent evaluation fuels it. They’ve created an place for individuals to thrive in the ultimate team concept.

Tuesday, January 27

Welcome to Michael Bennett’s profound, profane, politically incorrect world | Jerry Brewer

Seahawk Michael Bennett unleashed his personality at Super Bowl XLIX Media Day on Tuesday, and please try not take it personally.

Monday, January 26

Pete Carroll is so much more than just a rah-rah coach | Jerry Brewer

Pete Carroll showed this season that he’s actually more than just a rah-rah coach by saving what could have been a lost season.

Sunday, January 25

Seahawks arrive for Super Bowl in unfamiliar role | Jerry Brewer

Thanks to the Patriots’ deflated-football controversy, the in-your-face defending champions are the more lovable team in Phoenix.

Seahawks arrive quietly, but ready to make noise | Jerry Brewer

Most of the talk will focus on New England and Deflate-gate, but Super Bowl’s real story could be passing of torch from Patriots to Seahawks.

Thursday, January 22

A year later, Richard Sherman shows growth amid his newfound fame | Jerry Brewer

Now, a year older and with a new contract featuring $40 million in guaranteed money, the 26-year-old Richard Sherman returns to the Super Bowl as a quieter (by his standards) and more mature man still coming to grips with what he has created.

Monday, January 19

Seahawks’ rally shows their incredible resolve, toughness | Jerry Brewer

After being stifled by their own mistakes, the Seahawks put together a rally that defined their spirit and their season.

Saturday, January 17

Is this Marshawn Lynch’s last home game for the Seahawks? | Jerry Brewer

Marshawn Lynch has had the best season of his career and powered the Seahawks two games from a second Super Bowl victory. But his age and contract status leave his future in Seattle uncertain.

Sunday, January 11

Russell Wilson’s air show lands Seahawks in NFC title game | Jerry Brewer

The Seahawks’ maligned passing game, led by Russell Wilson cold third-down efficiency, leads Seattle to a 31-17 NFC Divisonal playoff victory over Carolina.