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John Boyle

John Boyle enters his third season with the Seattle Seahawks as digital media reporter after covering the team for six seasons with the Everett Herald, first as a beat reporter and later as a columnist. Boyle was on site in New York/New Jersey covering the Seahawks’ Super Bowl XLVIII championship run and followed the Seahawks to Arizona for Super Bowl XLIX the very next year.

Prior to his time on the Seahawks beat, Boyle covered the University of Washington Huskies football and men’s basketball teams for two years. He earned his start in journalism covering prep sports for The Seattle Times.

A Seattle-area native and graduate of Seattle University, Boyle has received several awards for his writing, including Society of Professional Journalists’ (SPJ) Pacific Northwest Excellence in Journalism honors in 2009, 2013, and 2014.

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You had Seahawks questions; we have answers. Read

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The Seahawks made changes to their 53-man roster and practice squad on Tuesday. Read

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Key takeaways from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll's Monday press conference. Read

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A look at who played and how much they played in the Seahawks’ Week 14 loss in Jacksonville. Read

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The Seahawks were disappointed to leave Jacksonville with a loss, but also know their goals are still within their reach. Read

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Quick notes and key takeaways from the Seahawks' Week 14 road game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. Read

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Defensive end Dion Jordan will miss a third straight game with a neck injury, and other notes on the Seahawks' Week 14 inactives. Read

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Jaguars.com senior writer John Oehser answer five questions about the Seahawks' Week 14 opponent. Read

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A number of newcomers, ranging from free-agent signings to trade acquisitions to rookies, are making a difference for the Seahawks this season. Read

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Before the Seahawks kick off the final quarter of their season Sunday in Jacksonville, take a look back at the players and moments that stood out from the season's third frame. Read