ANAHEIM, Calif. — All the smiles were gone. The faces of the Mariners’ players were as blank as the panels on the scoreboard.
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SEATTLE — Watching the film Monday of the defeat against San Diego wasn’t any more enjoyable for Seahawks coach Pete Carroll than viewing it in person the day before.
ANAHEIM, Calif. — Perhaps words like catastrophe and disaster are a bit much in describing all that went wrong on Monday night at Angels Stadium and all that has gone awry in the last eight games.
NFL player representatives voted Friday to ratify changes to the sport’s drug policies, giving their approval to a variety of modifications that will include players being blood-tested for human growth hormone.
Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson was indicted Friday on charges that he struck his young son with a switch in Texas, his attorney said in a statement.
RENTON — Russell Wilson knows all about Dan Fouts. Charlie Joiner. Kellen Winslow. “Air Coryell.”
SEATTLE — For moments on Friday night, it seemed like James Paxton’s start would free-fall into a messy disaster, while taking the Seattle Mariners’ victory hopes with him.
A new report Wednesday contradicted the NFL’s insistence that no one in its office saw the surveillance video depicting Ray Rice striking his then-fiancee Janay Palmer in an Atlantic City hotel elevator prior to the public release of the footage on Monday.
SEATTLE — It was a night the Seattle Mariners should have helped themselves immensely in the quest for the postseason.
In 2004, NASCAR went to the “Chase” format to determine the Sprint Cup champion, a gimmicky change aimed at giving the racing community a playoff-type feel similar to other professional sports.
Why do cable subscribers end up with so many channels they have no interest in watching? Blame ESPN, says a small Cedar Falls, Iowa, cable provider.
SEATTLE — Felix Hernandez didn’t have his best stuff Monday night against the Astros.
BALTIMORE — The Ravens are standing by Ray Rice no longer.
OAKLAND, Calif. — Felix Hernandez was, well, Felix Hernandez again and when he’s like that the Mariners don’t lose very often, particularly to the Oakland Athletics.
RENTON — Seahawks coach Pete Carroll allowed himself time for celebrating Seattle’s Super Bowl title this offseason.