Jerry Brewer offers a unique perspective on the world of sports.
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson holds the Lombardi Trophy as he, coach Pete Carroll and GM John Schneider celebrate the Super Bowl XLVIII win at MetLife Stadium. “One championship is special. Two is historic. Three is a dynasty,” said linebacker Bobby Wagner.
The Seahawks believe they can win more than one Super Bowl. And maybe this young, talented, hungry team is right. Maybe it can.
For six seasons, GM Jack Zduriencik has taken a methodical approach to build the Mariners and he received an undisclosed multi-year deal on Tuesday.
Harvin compares third-year quarterback to legendary leader Brett Favre.
Seattle pounded the Bears, 34-6, with Russell Wilson leading the Seahawks to nine consecutive scoring possessions.
Seahawks defensive backs coach Kris Richard, just 34 years old, quickly converted from a player to a valuable assistant.
In small doses, you can see the change afoot. As much as the Seahawks are a championship team set in their championship ways, they’re also addicted to being different.
The rampant rebuilding is over! Eight and a half months into a banner Seattle sports year, it has become plausible not just to dream, but to expect great things. Winning seems to be contagious.
Seattle on pace to finish with the American League’s first sub-3.00 ERA in 40 years.
Near the end of his Mariners’ Hall of Fame acceptance speech, Lou Piniella transformed from gracious retired legend to motivational skipper once more.
For all Shaq Thompson has accomplished in two years at Washington, you still fantasize about him doing more. You want to see the linebacker get carries as a running back. You want to see him make an even greater impact on defense.
As the defending champion Seahawks opened training camp Friday, with Marshawn Lynch in Holdout Mode and nowhere to be found, there was an eerie feel to the team’s mild-mannered reactions to his absence. The message was clear, if subtle.