Darrell Bevell said he is not pursuing the BYU job even though the school is interested in him. He said he is intent on helping the Seahawks reach a third straight Super Bowl.
Anthony McCoy is back with the Seahawks, replacing short-timer Chase Coffman.
Marshawn Lynch was back at VMAC on Wednesday, but Pete Carroll said Monday that Lynch is a “few weeks” away from being able to play. Sure sounds like Lynch could end up on IR.
Doug Baldwin is having his best statistical season and could end up as Seattle’s first 1,000-yard receiver since 2007.
Here’s a statistical look at Russell Wilson’s three-game hot streak.
The Seahawks are the only team in the NFL not to allow a 100-yard rusher. The Jets and Seahawks are the only teams this season to allow under 60 rushing yards in three straight games. It’s the only time the Seahawks have done that in franchise history.
Bob Condotta compares Seattle’s key offensive and defensive stats to previous seasons.
The offense apparently has made the second-biggest jump in the league over the last six games.
With Thomas Rawls’ emergence, Sheil Kapadia revisits Seattle’s reliance on undrafted players.
USA today looks at Pete Carroll’s 25-year history of finishing strong.
If Jimmy Clausen starts for Baltimore vs. Seattle, he will become the sixth QB in NFL history to start for two teams against the same opponent in a season.
Teddy Bridgewater said it was “embarrassing to hear” Bruce Irvin called him scared after the Seahawks dominated Bridgewater’s Vikings.