By now most have surely seen the Super Bowl rings the Seattle Seahawks received last week. Perhaps you even wished you could have a ring of your own.
ESPN said today that Seahawks’ running back Marshawn Lynch will appear in its "The Body Issue" next month.
We know Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice loves chicken wings. How do we know that? Last year, he invested in the Wingstop franchise and planned to open five new locations in the Seattle area.
The world championship ring, which was presented to the players Thursday night, will be on display this weekend at the Tiffany & Co. shop at Pacific Place mall in downtown Seattle. The jeweler that made rings said one of them will be on public display at its retail location from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday.
So much for concern that running back Marshawn Lynch would be absent from the Seattle Seahawks minicamp.
The Seahawks announced deals with former Minnesota Vikings All-Pro defensive lineman Kevin Williams and former Washington and Eastern Washington running back Demitrius Bronson. The team released Kenneth Boatright and rookie quarterback Keith Price.
Tempers flared during the second day of the Seattle Seahawks' minicamp, with cornerback Richard Sherman and wide receiver Phil Bates in the middle of a heated scuffle.
Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch, who will reportedly miss next week’s mandatory minicamp, told teammates during the 2013 season that he would consider retiring if the Hawks won Super Bowl XLVIII, according to a report.
After the surgery and the rehabilitation, the setbacks and finally the triumph in the Super Bowl, a simple voluntary offseason workout has more meaning for Percy Harvin.
Prosecutors in Miami have decided not to file charges against San Francisco 49ers star quarterback Colin Kaepernick and two other NFL players in an incident involving a woman at a downtown hotel.
The Seattle Seahawks have added another big body to their defensive line after agreeing to terms with free agent Kevin Williams.
"I don't think about anything like that. It's just something that's been fabricated, I think," Sherman said Monday.
Cornerback Richard Sherman will become the second Seattle Seahawks player ever featured on the cover of a "Madden" video game after the results of fan voting were announced live on ESPN's "SportsCenter" on Friday.