The Seahawks travel to Candlestick Park for the final time, looking to clinch the NFC West title against the two-time defending division champion San Francisco 49ers on Sunday.
In addition to everything else that’s on the line in Sunday’s game between the Seahawks and 49ers at Candlestick Park, it also will be the Seahawks’ final game at the stadium that opened in 1960.
Pressuring the opposing passer with just four rushers is a key element for any defense, and that has become the case for the Seahawks’ No. 1-ranked defense entering Sunday’s game against the 49ers.
Robert Turbin got used to carrying the load at Utah State. But since being drafted by the Seahawks last year to backup Marshawn Lynch, Turbin has had to alter his outlook, if not his physical style.
After starting eight games when Russell Okung was sidelined and then rotating with Paul McQuistan the past two games, former first-round draft choice James Carpenter is back in the starting unit at left guard.
Seattle native Dan Poss, lived out a childhood dream as a guest photo journalist behind the scenes of a record-setting Monday night at CenturyLink Field as the Seahawks played host to the New Orleans Saints.
One night after his show at the Tacoma Dome, Canadian recording artist Drake stopped by Virginia Mason Athletic Center to catch the Seahawks' "Turnover Thursday" practice.
In partnership with the Sea Hawkers Booster Club, the Sea Gals, Blue Thunder, and mascot Blitz paid a holiday visit to the families of Ronald McDonald House.