In a friendly post-practice competition to see who could hit a floating green most often, Steve Ballmer beat a trio of Seahawks and then ousted Champions Tour golfer Fred Couples in a playoff.
As good as the Seahawks’ secondary was last season; the challenge is to be even better. That’s why Friday night’s matchup Bears QB Jay Cutler is a good test for what awaits in their regular-season opener.
When things start to come unglued around him, Seahawks QB Russell Wilson tries to slow things down while sticking to some advice his late father gave him years ago: “Just salvage the play.”
“Explosive” is the term most often used to describe Percy Harvin, but even that oft-repeated tag doesn’t seem to do justice to what the receiver/returner/runner brings to the Seahawks now that he’s healthy.
Scott Engel of RotoExperts.com issues his Fantasy-specific preseason observations on the Seahawks as the team readies for its opener on Sept. 4.
Sidelined following offseason ankle surgery, Malcolm Smith participated in all phases of practice for the first time on Tuesday and celebrated by making a one-handed interception that he returned for a touchdown.
New L.A. Clippers owner and former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer was on hand for the Seahawks' Wednesday practice at Renton's Virginia Mason Athletic Center.
After Wednesday's practice, golf legend Fred Couples, L.A. Clippers owner Steve Ballmer, Jermaine Kearse, Steven Hauschka & Cooper Helfet participated in a floating green golf challenge ahead of this year's Boeing Classic.
With the Seahawks readying to face the Chicago Bears on Friday night at CenturyLink Field, Wednesday's workout at Virginia Mason Athletic Center turned into "No Repeat Friday" on the Pete Carroll practice calendar.