Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch told a Turkish television station that he was expecting the ball on the fateful play-call that decided Super Bowl XLIX.
Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll is going back to Southern California to pick up an honorary degree.
CenturyLink Field will have an additional 1,000 seats for the 2015 NFL season under expansion plans officially unveiled by the Seattle Seahawks.
He already owns the name "Beast Mode," and now Seahawks star Marshawn Lynch wants to trademark another of his signature phrases.
The Seattle Seahawks and Marshawn Lynch have not yet reached an agreement on a contract extension, Lynch's agent said on Saturday.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll put the ball right in Marshawn Lynch's hands Friday.
Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch created headlines this season with his refusal to talk with reporters, but when it comes to subjects he cares about Lynch has no problem speaking his mind.
Have you been wondering what's been going through Russell Wilson's head since the final play of the Super Bowl that saw the Seahawks come up a yard short of the championship?
Seahawks General Manager John Schneider said Thursday that the team still doesn't know if superstar running back Marshawn Lynch will be back next season but added "he's going to let us know soon."
The Green Bay Packers have released tight end Brandon Bostick, who mishandled a Seattle onside kick in the Packers' loss in the NFC title game last month.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman will not have surgery on his injured left elbow and will let the ligament damage heal on its own.
Seahawks General Manager John Schneider on Tuesday identified running back Marshawn Lynch as one of the team’s most important players moving forward, but acknowledged he wasn’t sure if “Beast Mode” would be back with the Hawks — or any team — next season.
Kris Richard has been promoted to defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks, replacing Dan Quinn, who took over as head coach in Atlanta.
The Seattle Police Department bicycle made famous after the Seahawks' victorious NFC Championship game now has a new owner.
Seattle Seahawks linebacker Bruce Irvin has been fined $10,000 by the NFL for his role in a scuffle with 18 seconds left in the Super Bowl. Three other players received lesser fines.