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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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The NFL Network finished unveiling its Top 100 Players of 2017 Monday, and the Seahawks ended up with a league-high eight players on this year's list. Read

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The Seahawks, Sounders FC, Mariners, Reign FC and Storm are partnering in an “unprecedented effort" to champion LGBTQ equality. Read

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The NFL announced a series of important dates for the 2017 and 2018 seasons this week. Read

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“I think these guys from top to bottom are going to contribute to factor in on this team." - Pete Carroll, on the Seahawks' 2017 rookie class. Read

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With offseason workouts in the books, a look at some of the things that stood out about the Seahawks' past two months. Read

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Key takeaways from Seahawks coach Pete Carroll's press conference on the final day of offseason workouts. Read

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The Seahawks remember former Pro Bowl punter Rick Tuten, who passed away earlier this week. Read

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Seahawks Michael Bennett covered a number of topics, football-related and otherwise, during his press conference Wednesday. Read

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Cornerback Richard Sherman, a subject of plenty of media attention this offseason, met with reporters following Day 2 of the Seahawks' mandatory minicamp. Read