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Sherman unfazed by Clark's 'era is over' talk

49ers cornerback Richard Sherman said Thursday that he wasn't bothered by Frank Clark's comments that his "era was over" in Seattle. "The era was over in my mind. Obviously. I'm here," he said.

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Kenneth Arthur

Tom Cable’s last gift to the Seahawks

I have never outright attempted to defend Tom Cable as the offensive line coach for the Seattle Seahawks from 2011-2017, I only mean to say that most people overrated his impact. He was an assistant coach (and assistant head coach) who only had so much under his control. I mean, for 98% of Seahawks fans, they could name four coaches at any given time: Pete Carroll, the offensive coordinator, the defensive coordinator, and Cable. And I mean, not even close to 98% could actually name any one...

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Kenneth Arthur

Troymaine Pope could debut for Chargers tonight

Seahawks fan favorite Troymaine Pope is not even on the Seahawks, but I’d be remiss to not tell you that he could be playing on your TVs tonight. The LA Chargers have activated Pope to the 53-man roster amid concern that starting running back Melvin Gordon could miss the Thursday night game against the Kansas City Chiefs with a knee injury. Gordon missed last week’s game and the Chargers got just 78 yards on 22 carries from Austin Ekeler and Justin Jackson.

Pope, undrafted out of...

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John P. Gilbert

Where the Seahawks stand with the NFL’s 2019 estimates for the salary cap

Wednesday the NFL informed teams across the league of the early estimates for the 2019 salary cap that will go into effect in March when the new league year starts. As Adam Schefter reports here, the range the teams were provided to expect is from $187M to $191.1M.

NFL told its teams today that the 2019 salary cap is projected to be in the range of $187-to-$191.1 millon.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) December 11, 2018

The final cap number will be determined over the next month or two...

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Brendan O'Leary

Century Links 12/13: Seahawks Look Ahead to 49ers

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Seahawks T George Fant surprised, but grateful, for first career catch
Seahawks fans had been waiting through 54 quarters of football for the pass play that came in the second half of Seattle’s win over the Vikings on Monday night. Perhaps no one, though, was more surprised than the pass-catcher himself.

Jordan Simmons The Latest Example Of Seahawks’ Impressive Offensive Line Depth
The Seahawks have gotten significant contributions from nine linemen this season, including guard...

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C'mon, Russ! Wilson's 72 passing yards won't cut it in playoffs

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson had a career-low 72 passing yards on Monday night, but the key to success for Wilson is yards per attempt.

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Alistair Corp

Seahawks sign Ellerbee to active roster, Thomas and Stringfellow to practice squad

The Seattle Seahawks quickly replaced Mychal Kendricks on the active roster, bringing back Emmanuel Ellerbee, who was originally waived upon Kendricks’ reinstatement. Kendricks’ season ended officially on Wednesday, as he was placed on injured reserve.

In addition to Ellerbee’s signing, they added two familiar names to their practice squad on Wednesday, signing cornerback Simeon Thomas and wide receiver Damore’ea Stringfellow to the 10-man unit.

Thomas was originally signed to the...

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Mookie Alexander

Seahawks could be in position to rest starters as early as Week 16

The Seattle Seahawks haven’t clinched a playoff spot yet, but they’re 99% of the way there and just need to beat the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday to secure their place in the postseason.

In the Russell Wilson era, the Seahawks have never had “nothing to play for” late in the regular season. Just look at previous Week 17s:

2012 - Needed a win and a 49ers loss to win the NFC West.

2013 - Needed a win or a 49ers loss to clinch the NFC West and the #1 seed.

2014 - Needed a win or a...

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Seahawks’ Mychal Kendricks done for year

Mychal Kendricks‘ tumultuous season will end on a down note. The Seahawks linebacker suffered a broken tibia on Monday night and will miss the rest of the season, sources tell ESPN.com’s Adam Schefter (Twitter link). Kendricks will be placed on injured reserve this week, opening up a spot on the 53-man roster. Kendricks, of course, has bigger things to worry about than football. After pleading guilty to federal insider trading charges, Kendricks will face sentencing in January. He faces...

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Sources: Seahawks' Kendricks done for season

Seahawks LB Mychal Kendricks is done for the season with a broken tibia, sources told ESPN.

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Mookie Alexander

Report: Seahawks lose Mychal Kendricks for the season

Seattle Seahawks linebacker Mychal Kendricks’ return from his suspension for insider trading will apparently last all of one game.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter has delivered the bad news that Kendricks suffered a broken tibia during Monday night’s win against the Minnesota Vikings, and that obviously means his season is over.

His challenging year continues: Seahawks’ LB Mychal Kendricks broke his tibia Monday night and is out for the season, per sources.

— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter)...

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Brendan O'Leary

Century Links 12/12: Frank Clark on New Look Seahawks Defense

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Derek Newton joins Saints 2 years after serious injury - NFL.com
Two years ago, it appeared Derek Newton's NFL career was on the verge of ending. On Tuesday, he officially got his second chance to prove he can play

NFL salary cap for 2019 projected at $187M-$191.1M - NFL.com
The salary cap is once again going up.The NFL announced Tuesday that projections for the 2019 salary cap are in the range of $187 million to $191.1 million,

Ben Roethlisberger (ribs) expects to play Week 15 - NFL.com

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Watch: Ranking the NFL's longest runs for shortest gains in 2018

Mitchell Trubisky ran more than 70 yards for an 8-yard touchdown, but that wasn't the biggest differential for a ball carrier this season.

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Mookie Alexander

Enemy Reaction 2018: Minnesota Vikings

The Seattle Seahawks unofficially confirmed its spot in the playoffs with a 21-7 win over the Minnesota Vikings, as Ken Norton Jr’s defense turned in a sparkling performance on Monday Night Football. Minnesota’s normally air-tight run defense got gashed for more than 200 yards, which was necessary for a Seahawks offense that could do pretty much nothing in the air.

A primetime win deserves a primetime version of Enemy Reaction, which... I won’t lie, this was actually kinda sad. I...

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Kenneth Arthur

McAulay: David Moore catch should have been reviewed

Moments before Russell Wilson’s baffling interception at the end of the first half, he came within inches of a touchdown throw to David Moore. After the two minute warning, I thought the Seattle Seahawks would be making a mistake if they went for the end zone, as the Minnesota Vikings had all three timeouts remaining, but clearly Pete Carroll, Brian Schottenheimer, and Wilson saw something open as he heaved it 34 yards downfield to a streaking Moore. He caught the ball, but replay showed...

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Kenneth Arthur

How good are the Cowboys really?

The Dallas Cowboys are 84% to get the 4-seed and the Seattle Seahawks are 94% to get the 5-seed so yes, let’s talk about this matchup briefly. Or at least, let’s talk about the Cowboys.

Dallas is on a five-game winning streak, improving from 3-5 to 8-5 as the Philadelphia Eagles and Washington footballs fail into nothingness this season. This all but assures the Cowboys the NFC East following a win over the Eagles on Sunday. Dallas is also now second in points allowed, fourth in yards...

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Alistair Corp

Snap Reactions: Snap counts from win over the Vikings

It wasn’t always pretty, but the Seattle Seahawks got it done on Monday Night Football, topping the Vikings with a generous scoreline of 21-7. It was a hideous showing from both offenses for the better part of the game, but the Seahawks got the win they needed to firmly place themselves as the NFC’s fifth seed.

Check out the full snap counts from Seattle’s victory below before we hit on points of interest:

Mychal Kendricks reclaims his spot upon returning

Returning from an eight...

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Clark responds: Seahawks' Sherman era over

Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark says that the Richard Sherman era in Seattle is over.

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Kenneth Arthur

Another coach fired after facing Seahawks

After the Seattle Seahawks fired offensive coordinator Darell Bevell in January, they were rumored to be interested in two different replacements: One was the guy they hired, Brian Schottenheimer, and the other was Philadelphia Eagles QB coach John DeFilippo. If the Eagles hadn’t made the Super Bowl, it’s possible Seattle could have interviewed him (by rule, they had to wait) but instead they went with Schotty.

The Minnesota Vikings, who lost offensive coordinator to Pat Shurmur to the...

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John P. Gilbert

Justin Coleman is a touchdown machine

Defensive back Justin Coleman was acquired by the Seattle Seahawks from the New England Patriots on the brink of the 2017 season and many fans barely noticed. On Monday against the Minnesota Vikings, Coleman gave fans reason to take notice yet again.

TOUCHDOWN Justin Coleman!! #Seahawks

Jacob Martin speed rushes around the edge and uses his motor to finish Kirk Cousins for the strip-sack. Justin Coleman returns it for six.pic.twitter.com/QRsbNP4uiG

— Samuel Gold (@SamuelRGold) December...

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