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Cornerback Richard Sherman walks off the field after last Sunday’s 30-21 loss. Sherman wasn’t avoided by the San Diego offense.
“It’s really funny,” Sherman says of chatter after the loss at San Diego, when Keenan Allen caught five passes. “Especially when you have little guys like the Chargers guys talking about how they exposed something.”
The Denver Broncos will have a chance Sunday at CenturyLink Field to avenge the 43-8 beatdown they suffered at the hands of the Seahawks in the Super Bowl.
The Seahawks’ loss on a sweltering day in San Diego drives home one point: Seattle will get every opponent’s best shot.
If the Seahawks thought San Diego was fired up, they haven’t seen anything yet. Here comes a Denver Broncos team fuming from their embarrassing Super Bowl loss.
Mariners manager Lloyd McClendon has done an outstanding job of managing personalities and his pitching staff, keeping his team in the hunt for a playoff spot.
Outgoing commissioner has mostly rebounded from black marks of canceled World Series, steroids era.
Chris Petersen says he is absolutely convinced that the long-term benefits of consistently applied discipline are not only worth the temporary disruptions, but essential to team-building.
For those who are purveyors of stout defense, well, you would have been better served to sit this one out. What might have looked like a cream puff for the Huskies turned instead into a tense battle by the Huskies to avoid a shattering upset in Petersen’s home debut.
The Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch bulls his way for two touchdowns and is complemented by Percy Harvin’s explosiveness in beating the Packers.
After a wait that somehow seems both interminable and fleeting, the Seahawks — the champion Seahawks — are back to open the NFL season.
The Reign, which had the best record in National Women’s Soccer League history, were left unfulfilled after FC Kansas City earns title at Starfire.