SEATTLE — The Seahawks cut a former NFL starting quarterback they had recently traded a draft pick to get. They let go of the president of the NFL players union. They kept a bushel of wide receivers — but not one of their most versatile and fearless ones.
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SEATTLE — Only the lineup carried over from Seattle’s 4-2 win in Portland last weekend.
SEATTLE — Is it a disturbing trend and a sign of things to come? Or is it just a small bump in an otherwise brilliant season?
SEATTLE — Winning the Super Bowl also means getting the perk of hosting the traditional Thursday night season-opening NFL Kickoff game and all that comes with it. Come for Pharrell and Soundgarden, stay for the game
SEATTLE — Manager Lloyd McClendon summarized the prevailing sentiment of Seattle’s postgame locker room when he opened his news conference with just two words.
RENTON – For the Seahawks’ starters, tonight’s exhibition finale at Oakland is one last necessary check to mark off before turning to the regular season.
SNOQUALMIE — Just when it seemed Scott Dunlap was going to cruise to victory in the final round of the Boeing Classic on Sunday, Mark Brooks’ late birdie binge forced Dunlap to work overtime.
PORTLAND — Momentum has swung back and forth throughout the 88 all-time meetings between the Seattle Sounders and Portland Timbers, north then south then back again.
SEATTLE — Had you never heard of Rangers starting pitcher Miles Mikolas before he handcuffed the Mariners on Monday night, you were not alone. Here is your primer:
SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. — Jackie Robinson West was looking to make history its story Sunday when it faced Seoul, South Korea for the Little League World Series championship.
BRISTOL, Tenn. — It was a clean sweep for Team Penske.
PARAMUS, N.J. — Hunter Mahan’s two-year victory drought might not have been as long as it turned out to be. He could have won the Canadian Open last July, given that he was leading after two rounds, only to abruptly leave during warmups to catch a private jet to Texas so he could be with his wife, Kandi, for the birth of their first child.
SEATTLE — The University of Washington’s quarterback competition has been settled.
SEATTLE — The Storm’s outlook has gone from bleak to bright.
LOS ANGELES — Eric “The Problem” Wright is a grand champion of video games, a Hercules of the thumbs. Wright handles a video controller the way Willie Mosconi romanced a pool cue, the way Ben Hogan swung a butter knife.