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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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Seahawks receiver Doug Baldwin was named to the NFC Pro Bowl roster Thursday, replacing Larry Fitzgerald, who is unable to participate due to injury. Read

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The Seahawks signed two more players to reserve/future contracts Wednesday. Read

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Seahawks coach Pete Carroll talked Tuesday about a disappointing 2017 season and why he remains so optimistic about the future. Read

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The Seahawks signed six players from their practices squad to 2018 future contracts. Read

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Seahawks players discuss a disappointing end to the season and look ahead to 2018. Read

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The Seahawks finished the 2017 season with a 9-7 record and missed the playoffs for the first time since 2011, a disappointing result for a team used to playing in the postseason. Read

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While the exact dates and times of next year's regular-season games won't be known until the spring, the Seahawks' opponents for 2018 have been determined. Read

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Quick notes and key takeaways from the Seahawks' 26-24 season-ending loss to the Arizona Cardinals. Read

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With two tight ends questionable for Sunday's game against Arizona, the Seahawks promoted rookie tight end Tyrone Swoopes off the practice squad Saturday. Read

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The Seahawks need help in order to make the postseason, but they know their focus Sunday has to be on their own game, not Carolina's game at Atlanta. Read