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  • Carroll speaks at length about protest: ‘It’s not about the flag, or law enforcement’

    RENTON, Wash. – Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll called for more empathy on Monday, saying he was proud of the way the Seahawks handled their protest before their loss to the Titans and driving home that it wasn’t pointed at the American flag or law-enforcement. “It’s hard for everybody to see everybody’s view, because we don’t have the skills that empathy calls for to understand somebody has something to say,” Carroll said. “Empathy would call on us to listen and […]

  • Seahawks come alive too late, falling to the Titans, 33-27

    NASHVILLE, Tenn. – If nothing else, it was memorable. The Seattle Seahawks lost an ugly game to the Tennessee Titans, 33-27, at Nissan Stadium on Sunday, battling heat, an uncharacteristically spotty day from the defense, and long stretches of ineptitude from the offense after both a surreal pregame scene in with both teams stayed in their locker rooms in protest during the national anthem. Though the Seahawks’ offense found spurts of life beginning near the end of the second half, […]

  • LIVE UPDATES: Seattle Seahawks at Tennessee Titans

    The Seahawks (1-1) will find out if this season’s slow start is just their typical early season rust - or perhaps a sign of something more worrisome - when they kick off against the Tennessee Titans at 1:05 p.m. on Q13 FOX.

  • Seahawks stay in locker room during national anthem before Titans game

    TENNESSEE – The Seattle Seahawks and Tennessee Titans joined in Sunday’s NFL-wide protests, with both teams staying in their respective locker rooms as the anthem played before their game at Nissan Stadium. More than 100 players took a knee on the sidelines during the early round of games Sunday, even as President Trump tweeted a new round of critcism for players who do so, calling for owners to fire or suspend them. The Seahawks released a statement about 20 minutes […]

  • Seahawks undecided on protest as kickoff approaches

    TENNESSEE – Barely an hour before game time, the Seattle Seahawks still hadn’t decided how they were going to protest during the national anthem before the game against the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Q13 FOX’s Ian Furness said it was “a fluid situation,” with various players who wanted to stand, sit, or kneel during the anthem, and others who wanted to stay in the locker room. Furness said the team held a meeting Saturday night, but no consensus was reached. […]

  • Glowinski on Seahawks’ inactive list, but Graham and Lacy will play

    TENNESSEE – Eddie Lacy and Jimmy Graham are in, and Mark Glowinski is out. A week after he was a healthy scratch against the San Francisco 49ers, Seattle Seahawks running back Eddie Lacy was not on the inactive list the team released before it’s game at the Tennessee Titans on Sunday. Tight end Jimmy Graham, who was suffering from an ankle injury suffered last week, was also absent from the inactive list. Glowinksi, however, appeared to be a victim of […]

  • What would make Pete Carroll happy today? More offense, more turnovers

    RENTON, Wash. – Pete Carroll isn’t panicking. The Seattle Seahawks are 1-1, after all, and that loss was on the road to a very good Green Bay Packers team. But Carroll does see lots of room for improvement – particularly the offense’s lack of explosive plays, and the defense’s lack of forced turnovers. Seattle will have a chance to execute when it plays the Tennessee Titans at 1:05 p.m. Sunday (with the Gameday pregame show set for 12:30 p.m.). During […]

  • A lot of ‘wait and see’ as Seahawks look for solutions on offense

    RENTON, Wash. – Many of the questions the Seattle Seahawks were facing at the end of last season are still plaguing them three days after the second game of this season. Coach Pete Carroll said Wednesday afternoon that the team hasn’t yet settled on a starting offensive line for Sunday’s game at the Tennessee Titans (which will be broadcast at 1:05 p.m. on the home of the Seahawks, Q13 FOX), even as uncertainty lingers over the running-back rotation and Jimmy […]

  • Season’s first touchdown is a huge one as Seahawks squeak past 49ers, 12-9

    SEATTLE – The Seattle Seahawks’ first touchdown of the season was worth the very long wait. A scrambling Russell Wilson threw a 9-yard TD pass to Paul Richardson with just over 7 minutes remaining in the game Sunday to give the Seahawks a 12-9 victory over the San Francisco 49ers at CenturyLink Field. Richardson caught the game-winning grab after sufferin “Sometimes its good to win a game like that because it tests your composure,” Wilson said. “It tests your belief […]

  • Eddie Lacy listed as inactive for Seahawks’ game against 49ers

    SEATTLE – Running back Eddie Lacy was among the players on the Seattle Seahawks’ inactive list on Sunday afternoon, despite the fact their injury report indicated he was healthy. Lacy was apparently a victim of Thomas’ Rawls return from an ankle injury, as well as his own lack of productivity during the team’s season opener against Green Bay. Lacy had five carries for 3 yards in the 17-9 loss. Rawls appeared likely to get the start and the bulk of […]