What advantages does a deflated football hold for a team? Former NFL quarterback Hugh Millen, who played two seasons for the New England Patriots and now helps designs footballs for manufacturer Baden in Washington state, explains.
Just like the rest of America, the Seattle Seahawks are well aware of the ongoing saga known as deflate-gate.
On a night Andrew Andrews missed most of his shots, he came back to hit the one that made all the difference.
The Seahawks have been one of the best home teams in the NFL the past few years. Next Sunday, they'll be wearing the part.
Every now and then, even during games sometimes, Bruce Irvin will be overwhelmed by gratitude.
Seattle Seahawks nickel cornerback Jeremy Lane said Thursday he doesn't think New England All-Pro Rob Gronkowski is that good and being physical with the tight end is important.
A Bremerton dentist is learning it's not easy being a New England Patriots fan in Seahawks territory-- she's now 'brushing off' pranks from her staff as the teams prepare to go head-to-head in the Super Bowl.
Mariners' officials spent their pre-spring training luncheon on Thursday lauding the transformation of the once highly touted prospect, reporting that he had lost 40 pounds this offseason.
Mayor Ed Murray says he met with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman on a trip to New York this week to reiterate the city's interest in bringing both leagues to Seattle.
Trick plays stand out in a Super Bowl a little like clown suits at a cocktail party.
After watching their team win with a series of improbable moves in the NFC championship game, Seahawks fans are hoping a similar kind of luck will get them Super Bowl tickets.
As the NFL investigates how footballs got deflated during the AFC Championship game, and detractors accuse the team of cheating, very little air seems to have gone out of Patriots Nation and its Super Bowl euphoria.
Patriots coach Bill Belichick said Thursday he doesn't know how footballs became deflated during the game that got his team to the Super Bowl.
U mad bro? They're three little words that thrust Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman into the national spotlight a few years ago, and they're words he's still answering questions about today.