Jerry Brewer offers a unique perspective on the world of sports.
Can Mariners right themselves on the road, starting Monday against the Los Angeles Angels?
In the fourth quarter of a 44-19 victory over Illinois on Saturday, the starters laughed, the bench emptied, and the worrywarts retreated. It was a beautiful, 80-degree day at Husky Stadium, and the home team did nothing to make you feel conflicted about that.
Seattle middle linebacker Bobby Wagner has won a Super Bowl at age 24, but he insists he’s just getting started. “I want to be great,” he says.
In trying to backtrack on Ray Rice saga, NFL commissioner has lost his status as top cop in American sports.
Two games into a bizarre start to the 2014 season, the Washington football team leads the nation in one category. Unfulfilling victories.
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch can still punish tacklers, but against Green Bay he showed he’s noticeably quicker than ever before.
The Seahawks didn’t spend much time Thursday night celebrating their Super Bowl victory. Instead, they dominated a good Green Bay team, proving they’re hungry for more success.
Seven months after Seattle won the Super Bowl, the travels of the championship trophy spark tales of joy far beyond the Puget Sound area.
The Chris Petersen era started with an escape. And an exhale. It wasn’t all high-fives and high praise. Years from now, this debut should prove to be a mere snapshot in Petersen’s album, but it’ll be one of those ugly childhood photos that you wish your parents wouldn’t show
Chris Petersen owns Saturdays. He tolerates the rest of the week, at least when it comes to publicity. From Sunday through Friday, he’s a rigid coach with a high standard for preparation. On Saturdays, he has as much fun as any coach in America.
The Seahawks believe they can win more than one Super Bowl. And maybe this young, talented, hungry team is right. Maybe it can.