The Seahawks' Super Bowl victory has only added to the chatter of possibly hosting the big game in the future.
Hundreds of thousands of notoriously loud Seahawks fans are cranking up the noise, as they cheer, chant and go berserk during a parade to celebrate the franchise's first Super Bowl victory.
Fresh off spending more than two hours winding his way in front of a parade crowd that surpassed the population of Seattle, Pete Carroll was ready for the postseason to finally arrive.
It took 38 seasons of existence but the Seattle Seahawks finally reached the top of the NFL.
President Barack Obama has congratulated the Seattle Seahawks for defeating the Denver Broncos and winning Super Bowl XLVIII.
According to his agent Mark Rodgers, Russell Wilson will, in fact, report to Arizona for the start of spring training with the Texas Rangers, as reported by Fox Sports’ Jon Morosi.
For a city accustomed to losing not just games, but teams, the Seattle Seahawks' dominant Super Bowl win provided a long overdue catharsis, buoying the spirits of a fan base that hasn't always had much to cheer about.
A few hundred thousand people are expected to descend on downtown Seattle for the Seahawk's Super Bowl victory parade on Wednesday.
The historic Pioneer Square pergola sustained about $25,000 in damage during the post-Super Bowl game celebrations Sunday night, and now some in the city want to say "we're sorry" by trying to raise money to repay the damage.
Less than 12 hours after winning the Super Bowl, Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll already was talking about getting started on next season.
Three words raced through Seattle Seahawks linebacker Malcolm Smith's mind as he streaked toward the end zone in the Super Bowl, returning his interception of a pass by Peyton Manning: "Don't get caught."
It took only a few moments after last night's game ended for the fans to pour out of Century Link field. The excitement was at serious Super Bowl levels. Here is just some of the insanity we saw, complete with a face painted Mark Miller.
Sports fans bet a record $119.4 million at Nevada casinos on the Super Bowl.
In the moments after Seahawks fansaround Seattle began celebrating the big Super Bowl win, it became quickly apparent this was not going to be your normal celebration. It was jubilation, Seattle style.