Sunday Night Football Grill Returns to Feed Essential Workers, Teachers
Wednesday’s event featured appearances by the Seahawk Dancers and the Seahawks' mascot, Blitz
Ahead of the Seahawks’ next game against the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday evening, the Sunday Night Football Grill provided free meals to local teachers on Wednesday. In partnership with First + Goal Hospitality and Levy Restaurants, the official concession providers of the Seahawks, the fan experience bus fed employees of Cleveland High School. The next…
Bird Watching: 40th Anniversary of the Seahawks
Forty years of Seahawk history
With additional reporting by Jake Laycock For 40 years, we’ve watched the Seahawks lose (2-12 in their first season) and win a lot, making it to postseason play in 10 of the past 13 seasons. They may never become the Green Bay Packers, but as they enter their 41st season (with three Super Bowl appearances,…
The Force is Strong with the Seattle Seahawks
How this year is the Return of the Jedi season
The Seahawks’ 2015 season will be remembered as their Return of the Jedi year. Allow us to explain. Two seasons ago was the team’s A New Hope year with young Russell Wilson playing the role of Luke Skywalker and leading the upstart rebel team to a universally surprising victory. Their repeat the next year, however,…
What We Know and What We Don’t Heading Into Week 3
What's clear is the Seahawks are a good team, what's unclear is Jimmy Graham's role
Going into Sunday’s week 3 game, the biggest storyline for the 0-2 Seattle Seahawks is Jimmy Graham. Will the 6-foot, 7-inch tight end who plays more like a wide receiver be unleashed by Darrell Bevell, the team’s offensive coordinator who Marshawn Lynch’s mom said should be fired? Will he be the answer to the question…
Seahawks Week Two: Is the Magic Gone?
Eight reasons why we're holding out hope that the Seahawks will still be contenders
Expectations were high. The Seahawks, who have been to the past two Super Bowls (with the most recent trip requiring an upset over the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship), lost their season opener last week. And this week, they knew their opponent, the Green Bay Packers, would have their teeth showing in the…
Everything You Need to Tailgate in Style
Sure, you’re on the sidelines, but your fan game shouldn’t be.
Twelves can show their support this season—and kill time waiting for kickoff—with the Seahawks Tailgate Toss. $69.99. Big 5 Sporting Goods, University Village, 4315 University Way NE; 206.547.2445; big5sportinggoods.com. // Therm-a-Rest Treo Chair folds up into a portable 10-inch package and weighs just 2.6 pounds, but holds up to 250 pounds. $99.95. Available at REI,…
Good, Bad and Ugly: Recap of Yesterday’s Seahawks Game
Sunday's Seahawks game left this writer feeling rather low
Football is a manic mistress; a torrid relationship full of swelling highs and crippling lows. Just ask anyone who watched the Seahawks on Sunday, from the guy at the bar to hold out safety, Kam Chancellor, who watched backup Dion Bailey give up a crucial end-of-game touchdown to drag a win away from the ‘Hawks….
Where to Watch the Seahawks: Pubs, Restaurants and More
The best places to watch the Hawks when you can’t make it (or afford a ticket) to the Clink
When Marshawn Lynch broke eight tackles on his way to a 67-yard touchdown run against the defending Super Bowl champions, the New Orleans Saints, in the 2011 NFC Wild Card game—literally causing the earth to shake beneath him and forever stamping Beast Mode in Seattle sports fans’ lexicon—I was at a bar in Moscow, Idaho….
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