Russell Wilson said “last week was a battle” and his ankle is feeling better.
Thomas Rawls is doubtful with a shin injury, and Tyler Lockett is listed as questionable.
Rawls has been too overzealous and needs to slow down a bit once he is back out there, coaches say.
Lockett said, “As long as I’m alive, I’ll keep on fighting.”
Jimmy Graham will “continue to grow with us,” Darrell Bevell said.
The only failing of the Seattle defense has been the lack of takeaways.
Richard Sherman wrote, “Winning never gets old and losing always sucks. But you have to treat those two impostors just the same.”
Pete Carroll and Chip Kelly face each other for the third time as the Hawks and Niners resume a rivalry that has softened as the Hawks have dominated recently.
Kelly’s up-tempo offense doesn’t faze the Seahawks.
Here’s a preview of the Niners and Hawks, via Pro Football Weekly.
The Seattle running game is among the key matchups, via Seahawks.com.
The Seahawks cut Will Tukuafu and added practice running back Terrence Magee.
Colin Kaepernick and the Seahawks have formed an unlikely alliance.
Doug Baldwin, whose dad is a cop, wants states to review their police training.
Neil deGrasse Tyson visited the Seahawks, and big fan Garry Gilliam loved it.
Marshawn Lynch opened a Beast Mode store in Seattle. He also apparently has a line of candy bars.