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QB Russell Wilson exercised poor decision-making on two deep throws against Jacksonville Sunday, neither of which had mu...
12/12/2017
Wilson’s 2 long TDs in 4th quarter an NFL rarity | Sportspress Northwest

QB Russell Wilson exercised poor decision-making on two deep throws against Jacksonville Sunday, neither of which had much chance of succeeding. CB Jalen Ramsey picked off the first one in the second quarter on what was essentially a jump ball in the end zone with WR Doug Baldwin, and CB A.J. Bouye collected the other one in the third quarter on another 50-50 ball to Baldwin.

Russell Wilson had three interceptions Sunday, then took his place among the NFL's all-time fourth-quarter legends with two long-distance TD passes.

"Remorseful" was the word of the day Monday at Seahawks headquarters after the ta**ry conclusion to the Seahawks-Jaguars...
12/12/2017
Thiel: No suspensions for miscreant Seahawks | Sportspress Northwest

"Remorseful" was the word of the day Monday at Seahawks headquarters after the ta**ry conclusion to the Seahawks-Jaguars game in Jacksonville Sunday. Lame as was the expression of regret, at least it was better for the Seahawks than the word, "suspended."

Monday brought a little better news for the Seahawks than Sunday: No NFL suspensions for players involved in mayhem. That doesn't change the fact that it was embarrassing.

Washington State DL Hercules Mata’afa and OL Cody O’Connell were named to Associated Press All-America football teams an...
12/12/2017
Cougs’ Mata’afa named first-team AP All-America | Sportspress Northwest

Washington State DL Hercules Mata’afa and OL Cody O’Connell were named to Associated Press All-America football teams announced Monday. Mata'afa earned first-team honors and O'Connell second-team accolades, along with Washington WR/PR Dante Pettis.

Washington State's Hercules Mata'afa was named first-team All-America by the Associated Press, the first Cougars defensive lineman to earn that accolade since 2002.

The NFL is investigating the controversial conclusion of the Seahawks-Jaguars game in Jacksonville Sunday after some fan...
12/12/2017
Thiel: NFL probing ‘ugly’ end to Seahawks game | Sportspress Northwest

The NFL is investigating the controversial conclusion of the Seahawks-Jaguars game in Jacksonville Sunday after some fans threw objects at Seahawks players, who had two ejections for unsportsmanlike conduct and a third, DE Michael Bennett, criticized for a dirty play.

The NFL will review the mayhem at the end of the Seahawks-Jaguars game. Meanwhile, coach Pete Carroll partially defended DE Michael Bennett's play that was called dirty.

After twice bombing the Jaguars with long touchdown passes to turn a laugher into a crier, QB Russell Wilson offered up ...
12/12/2017
Thiel: Seahawks lose game & cool, but no ground | Sportspress Northwest

After twice bombing the Jaguars with long touchdown passes to turn a laugher into a crier, QB Russell Wilson offered up a trenchant observation.

"They were terrified, a little bit," he said. They should have been.

Wilson had just become the greatest single-season thrower of fourth-quarter touchdown passes in NFL history with 16, and was driving for No. 17 -- the third one this game.

A game-ending melee likely will result in suspensions for a couple of Seahawks, who almost made it back from a 27-10 hole. Can't live off a Wilson-led miracle every Sunday.

TORONTO – Bullied in the midfield, then bent and broken at the back.In their second consecutive MLS Cup final against To...
12/12/2017
No two-peat for Sounders in lopsided MLS final | Sportspress Northwest

TORONTO – Bullied in the midfield, then bent and broken at the back.

In their second consecutive MLS Cup final against Toronto FC, the Sounders were stopped cold. After not conceding a goal in a playoff-record 706 minutes, Seattle gave way in the second half, and dreams of repeating slipped away in a 2-0 loss at BMO Field.

Pushed around from the opening minute, the Seattle Sounders were unable to generate much pressure on Toronto FC in the MLS Cup final, falling 2-0 to the new champions

TORONTO – Ahead of the Sounders' final practice of the year Friday, something needed to be done to ease the stress of de...
12/09/2017
Loose Sounders ready for the cold and Toronto | Sportspress Northwest

TORONTO – Ahead of the Sounders' final practice of the year Friday, something needed to be done to ease the stress of defending their MLS championship in the the same place it was won, at BMO Field. So Roman Torres, to the delight of all, decided to re-enact his championship-winning penalty kick that brought Seattle its first title.

Same teams, same site, same stakes -- an MLS Cup. Sounders and Toronto will have a go in the Canadian cold, with a chance for the Sounders to make national and civic history.

Injuries have cost the Seahawks a couple of players when RG Oday Aboushi was declared lost for the season Friday after d...
12/09/2017
Return of Seahawks RB Chris Carson is set back | Sportspress Northwest

Injuries have cost the Seahawks a couple of players when RG Oday Aboushi was declared lost for the season Friday after dislocating his shoulder three weeks ago, and RB Chris Carson had his comeback temporarily thwarted by an ankle sprained in practice this week.

The Seahawks hoped that RB Chris Carson might return in late December, but he turned an ankle this week in practice and set back his timetable.

The well of good news in Seattle sports wasn't going to linger forever, or even for long. But given the effort and resou...
12/09/2017
Thiel: Angels beat Mariners in bidding for Ohtani | Sportspress Northwest

The well of good news in Seattle sports wasn't going to linger forever, or even for long. But given the effort and resources the Mariners put into landing free agent Japanese star Shohei Ohtani, the well suddenly seems Southern California dry, no rain in sight.

Despite the best efforts by GM Jerry Dipoto, who is now out four good minor league prospects, Japanese two-way star Shohei Ohtani chose the Angels over the Mariners.

Talk about a power play: About 24 hours after the city signed a deal to develop privately a  an arena worthy of the NHL,...
12/09/2017
Thiel: NHL says Seattle is ready to be anointed | Sportspress Northwest

Talk about a power play: About 24 hours after the city signed a deal to develop privately a an arena worthy of the NHL, league owners at a meeting in Florida Thursday voted 31-0 to allow Seattle to begin the application for an expansion team in 2020 whose entry fee Commissioner Gary Bettman fixed at $650 million. That's $150 million more than the most recent expansion team in Las Vegas was charged.

The day after the arena MOU was done, NHL promptly gives permission for Seattle to begin an expansion application. Fee: $650 million. Including arena cost, $1.3 billion. Wow.

Has there been a week like this in Seattle sports?The 10-2 University of Washington football team was booked into a New ...
12/07/2017
Thiel: Durkan reps the Sonics in KeyArena deal | Sportspress Northwest

Has there been a week like this in Seattle sports?

The 10-2 University of Washington football team was booked into a New Year's Day appearance in the Fiesta Bowl. The 8-4 Seahawks beat a top team in one of the most emotional prime-time games in the Pete Carroll era. The Mariners are in the hunt for one of the baseball world's most remarkable players. The Western Conference champion Sounders are playing Saturday in Toronto for their second consecutive MLS Cup.

In a remarkable week of sports news, the big story was the deal to re-do KeyArena on a grand scale -- and discovery that new mayor Jenny Durkan goes back with the Sonics.

A California woman, employed by a sports marketing company led by former University of Washington and Seahawks quarterba...
12/07/2017
Football icon Moon sued for sexual harassment | Sportspress Northwest

A California woman, employed by a sports marketing company led by former University of Washington and Seahawks quarterback Warren Moon, has filed suit against the former football star and current broadcaster accusing him of sexual harassment. According to the Washington Post, which first reported the story, the suit was filed Monday in Orange County, CA.

Warren Moon, a Seattle sports icon, is the latest in an expanding list of nationally prominent men to get sued for sexual harassment.

Plucked from the harshness of Flint, MI., and delivered to the pristine waters of Alaska's Bristol Bay, upon one of worl...
12/07/2017
Alaskan summer of success for a kid from Flint | Sportspress Northwest

Plucked from the harshness of Flint, MI., and delivered to the pristine waters of Alaska's Bristol Bay, upon one of world's greatest fisheries, Jawanza Brown had his mind close to blown.

"It was almost like going to a whole other planet, you know?" he said. "Everything was so different. I mean, Alaska's part of the U.S., but it's such a different part of the country, and the fishing industry is so big and booming. It was just wild."

Inspired by Seahawk Thomas Rawls, a young African-American man from Flint took a job fishing in Alaska's Bristol Bay, and it paid for his first year in college.

Washington's Vita Vea, a 6-foot-5, 340-pound defensive tackle from Milpitas, CA., Tuesday was selected the Pac-12 Defens...
12/07/2017
Huskies’ Vita Vea claims two top Pac-12 honors | Sportspress Northwest

Washington's Vita Vea, a 6-foot-5, 340-pound defensive tackle from Milpitas, CA., Tuesday was selected the Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, and also won the Morris Trophy, presented annually to the top offensive and defensive linemen in the conference. The league award is voted upon by Pac-12 coaches, the Morris Trophy by players.

Washington DT Vita Vea Tuesday joined Steve Emtman as the only Huskies to win Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year award and the Morris Trophy.

Beaming from a front row seat at Seattle City Council chambers, Tim Leiweke witnessed an improbable dream come true Mond...
12/06/2017
Thiel: City wins on arena deal, hoops fans lose | Sportspress Northwest

Beaming from a front row seat at Seattle City Council chambers, Tim Leiweke witnessed an improbable dream come true Monday afternoon. As we say in the world of hockey, he lit the lamp.

At the end of a 2½-hour meeting, the CEO of Oak View Group watched as council members voted 7-1 to approve a memorandum of understanding for his audacious $660 million proposal: Converting 55-year-old KeyArena, in the middle of a rapidly growing urban village, into a global concert venue and sports arena on his own dime.

City Council votes 7-1 in favor of Oak View Group's $660 million plan to trick out KeyArena for concerts and the NHL. NBA? Maybe 2025. Maybe not.

The crypt was almost complete: Lots of marble, noble and somber inscriptions, soft organ music. All it was missing was t...
12/04/2017
Thiel: Seahawks’ trip to the grave has detour | Sportspress Northwest

The crypt was almost complete: Lots of marble, noble and somber inscriptions, soft organ music. All it was missing was the Seahawks.

"Everybody was sleeping on us," said LB Bobby Wagner, calmly indignant. "Everybody thought we were going to lose. We expected us to win this game. It's not a surprise to us."

Big buzz in the house, high energy on defense and Russell Wilson . . . oh, my. "Phenomenal," said coach Pete Carroll, which may have been an understatement.

Russell Wilson's three touchdown passes helped the Seahawks to their biggest win of the season Sunday night, knocking of...
12/04/2017
Game recap: Seahawks 24, Eagles 10 | Sportspress Northwest

Russell Wilson's three touchdown passes helped the Seahawks to their biggest win of the season Sunday night, knocking off the NFL's best, the Philadelphia Eagles, 24-10 at CenturyLink Field (box). The Eagles (10-2), who saw their nine-game winning streak snapped, entered the contest as the NFL's No. 1-scoring offense (31.9) and No. 3 scoring defense (17.4), but were outplayed by a more opportunistic team.

Russell Wilson threw three touchdown passes and led the Seahwks to a 24-10 win over Philadelphia, snapping the Eagles' nine-game winning streak.

Projected originally to play in the Alamo Bowl, and most recently in the Cotton, Washington instead will play opposite P...
12/04/2017
Bowls: Huskies to Fiesta, Cougars to Holiday | Sportspress Northwest

Projected originally to play in the Alamo Bowl, and most recently in the Cotton, Washington instead will play opposite Penn State in the Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, AZ., Saturday, Dec. 30. That announcement came Sunday following the College Football Playoff Committee's choice of national semifinal pairings, No. 1 Clemson vs. No. 4 Alabama and No. 2 Oklahoma v. No. 3 Georgia.

Projected first for the Alamo Bowl, then the Cotton, Washington instead will take on Penn State in the Dec. 30 Fiesta Bowl in Glendale, AZ.

Washington State University football coach Mike Leach has met with University of Tennessee athletic officials about beco...
12/01/2017
No deal — yet — between Leach and Tennessee | Sportspress Northwest

Washington State University football coach Mike Leach has met with University of Tennessee athletic officials about becoming the Volunteers' head coach, but no deal has been struck, according to reporting by ESPN. Leach and Tennessee athletic director John Currie talked about the job Thursday in Los Angeles, where Leach was on a recruiting trip.

According to multiple reports, Mike Leach has had discussions about becoming head coach at Tennessee, but no deal has been struck yet.

For the second year in a row, the Seattle Sounders are bound for the MLS Cup finals in Toronto. An early goal in the sec...
12/01/2017
Sounders bound for shot at second MLS Cup | Sportspress Northwest

For the second year in a row, the Seattle Sounders are bound for the MLS Cup finals in Toronto. An early goal in the second leg of the Western Conference finals Thursday put things in cruise control, and Seattle finished off the depleted Houston Dynamo, 3-0, and 5-0 on aggregate.

Armed with a big lead before the start of the second leg, the Seattle Sounders swiftly dominated Houston, finishing off their Western Conference final opponents 5-0 on aggregate.

In mid-May, the Sounders lost a third consecutive game (3-0 to Sporting Kansas City) to drop to 2-5-4, a certain sign th...
12/01/2017
Thiel: Sounders’ ‘two-peat’ plan working well | Sportspress Northwest

In mid-May, the Sounders lost a third consecutive game (3-0 to Sporting Kansas City) to drop to 2-5-4, a certain sign that the perils of defending an MLS championship had consigned them to the hellfires of soccer condemnation.

"We had some dark days then," said coach Brian Schmetzer.

After Thursday's dominant win over Houston to advance to the MLS Cup to defend their title, the Sounders' 2-5-4 start is hardly remembered. It was all part of the plan.

All that needs to be known about the relationship between Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril is who was first to show up to...
12/01/2017
Thiel: Bond between Bennett, Avril go past team | Sportspress Northwest

All that needs to be known about the relationship between Michael Bennett and Cliff Avril is who was first to show up to Bennett's hotel room after he had been held, face down and handcuffed, on a Las Vegas curb with a police firearm point at his head.

Not long after Cliff Avril helped Michael Bennett through an ordeal, Bennett is returning the favor with his good friend by helping him navigate a career-threatening health trauma.

Nelson Cruz of the Mariners Thursday was named the winner of the 2017 Edgar Martinez Outstanding Designated Hitter Award...
12/01/2017
Mariners’ Cruz named top designated hitter | Sportspress Northwest

Nelson Cruz of the Mariners Thursday was named the winner of the 2017 Edgar Martinez Outstanding Designated Hitter Award after a season in which he hit .288, scored 91 runs, belted 39 home runs, drove in 119 runs and had a .924 OPS in 155 games. This marks the first time Cruz has won the DH award, named after his club's batting coach.

Among AL DHs, Nelson Cruz ranked first in batting, hits, runs, home runs, RBIs, slugging, OPS and extra-base hits, T1 in doubles and second in OBP.

Something is familiar about the Philadelphia Eagles, and it has nothing to do with being the team that lost to Seahawks ...
12/01/2017
Thiel: Seahawks were then, 10-1 Eagles are now | Sportspress Northwest

Something is familiar about the Philadelphia Eagles, and it has nothing to do with being the team that lost to Seahawks 26-15 a year ago. It has to do with them looking a lot like the 2013 Seahawks. Not necessarily in player-for-player talent, but in efficiency, power, swagger and good fortune.

The 2017 Eagles look quite a bit like the 2013 Seahawks when they were 10-1. But age, injuries and salary cap travail have conspired to send the Seahawks into decline.

The University of Washington parlayed its 41-14 Apple Cup victory last Saturday night into a four-place jump in the week...
11/29/2017
Huskies 13th in CFP poll; Gaskin wins award | Sportspress Northwest

The University of Washington parlayed its 41-14 Apple Cup victory last Saturday night into a four-place jump in the weekly College Football rankings released Tuesday night on ESPN. The Huskies came in at No. 13 after their decisive win in the rivalry game, and will learn Sunday where they will go bowling, and against whom.

With their Apple Cup win, the Washington Huskies climbed to No. 13 in the CFP poll released Tuesday. Also, RB Myles Gaskin won a Pac-12 award.

After grinding out a 24-13 win over one-win San Francisco, the Seahawks return to CenturyLink Field for a Sunday night g...
11/29/2017
Seahawks almost never beat teams like Eagles | Sportspress Northwest

After grinding out a 24-13 win over one-win San Francisco, the Seahawks return to CenturyLink Field for a Sunday night game against the Philadelphia Eagles, through 11 weeks the NFC's best team. The Eagles have the top mark in the NFL at 10-1 and are coming off nine consecutive victories, including three 28-point wins, 37-9 over Dallas, 51-23 over Denver, and 31-3 over Chicago.

Hosting the 10-1 Eagles Sunday night, the Seahawks only once in 41-plus years have beaten a team with 10+ wins and a .900-plus win percentage.

The health news that many Seahawks fans were dreading has come to pass -- SS Kam Chancellor's neck injury will keep him ...
11/28/2017
Thiel: Kam done for the year; surgery for Avril | Sportspress Northwest

The health news that many Seahawks fans were dreading has come to pass -- SS Kam Chancellor's neck injury will keep him out for the rest of the season, with his career future unknown, according to Pete Carroll. The Seahawks coach also said DE Cliff Avril will undergo surgery Tuesday to fix a "disc-related" problem in his neck.

Coach Pete Carroll made it official Monday: Defensive stars Kam Chancellor and Cliff Avril are done for the season, ahead of Sunday's game vs. the 10-1 Eagles.

Given the 49ers record, now 1-10, it is tempting to regard the Seahawks' 24-13 win Sunday as more or less an exhibition ...
11/27/2017
Thiel: Pre-season done for Seahawks; Eagles up | Sportspress Northwest

Given the 49ers record, now 1-10, it is tempting to regard the Seahawks' 24-13 win Sunday as more or less an exhibition game, in which neither good plays nor bad plays are weighty because of the caliber of the opposition. While it is partly true, the larger point is that the Seahawks late in the season are breaking in a more-or-less new secondary and a new offensive line, and neither unit spit up.

Needed Sunday by the Seahawks were visible signs of improvement by the re-made secondary and the offensive line. They made it so, as well scoring a win over the forlorn 49ers.

QB Russell Wilson recovered from a grim career first -- an interception on his first pass of a game -- to throw two touc...
11/27/2017
Game recap: Seahawks 24, 49ers 13 | Sportspress Northwest

QB Russell Wilson recovered from a grim career first -- an interception on his first pass of a game -- to throw two touchdown passes and run for another as the Seahawks pulled away from the San Francisco 49ers in the second half for a 24-13 victory, avoiding the ignominy of losing to a 1-9 team starting a rookie quarterback.

The Seahawks (7-4) and Russell Wilson recovered from a poor first half Sunday to defeat 1-10 San Francisco. They draw the 10-1 Philadelphia Eagles Sunday night at home.

Washington rose two spots to No. 13 while Washington State plunged seven places to No. 21 in the Associated Press colleg...
11/27/2017
Huskies rise to 13th, WSU falls to 21st in AP poll | Sportspress Northwest

Washington rose two spots to No. 13 while Washington State plunged seven places to No. 21 in the Associated Press college football rankings released Sunday. The Huskies (10-2, 7-2) made the move after crushing the Cougars (9-3, 7-3) 41-14 in the 110th Apple Cup Saturday night in Seattle.

Washington received a two-spot bump to No. 13 while WSU crashed seven spots to No. 21 in the Associated Press college football poll released Sunday.

In terms of anti-climaxes, the Apple Cup Saturday night made a run at Y2K, a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing. R...
11/27/2017
Thiel: Cougars no match at all for Huskies | Sportspress Northwest

In terms of anti-climaxes, the Apple Cup Saturday night made a run at Y2K, a lot of sound and fury signifying nothing. Ruthless as was Washington's defense and relentless as was the Huskies offense, the utter inability of the Washington State Cougars to play to the level of a 2-9 team, much less the 9-2 team they were, was bewildering.

The Huskies were good, but the Cougars were so bad in the Apple Cup that one wonders how Washington State pulled off its 9-3 record.

Mike Leach sounded as if he worried what a team of middle-schoolers would do to his Washington State Cougars if they fai...
11/27/2017
Cougars stumped, Falk thumped in Apple Cup | Sportspress Northwest

Mike Leach sounded as if he worried what a team of middle-schoolers would do to his Washington State Cougars if they failed to focus. But it was the Washington Huskies who tore them to shreds Saturday night. QB Luke Falk was the MMP: Most Mauled Player, throwing three picks, coughing up a fumble and getting sacked five times for a loss of 38 yards in a 41-14 demolition in front of a capacity crowd of 71,265 at Husky Stadium.

After four turnovers grounded the Air Raid offense, the 41-14 blowout inspired WSU coach Mike Leach to introduce Molly Putz Junior High School to the college football world.

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QB Russell Wilson exercised poor decision-making on two deep throws against Jacksonville Sunday, neither of which had much chance of succeeding. CB Jalen Ramsey picked off the first one in the second quarter on what was essentially a jump ball in the end zone with WR Doug Baldwin, and CB A.J. Bouye collected the other one in the third quarter on another 50-50 ball to Baldwin.
"Remorseful" was the word of the day Monday at Seahawks headquarters after the ta**ry conclusion to the Seahawks-Jaguars game in Jacksonville Sunday. Lame as was the expression of regret, at least it was better for the Seahawks than the word, "suspended."
Washington State DL Hercules Mata’afa and OL Cody O’Connell were named to Associated Press All-America football teams announced Monday. Mata'afa earned first-team honors and O'Connell second-team accolades, along with Washington WR/PR Dante Pettis.
The NFL is investigating the controversial conclusion of the Seahawks-Jaguars game in Jacksonville Sunday after some fans threw objects at Seahawks players, who had two ejections for unsportsmanlike conduct and a third, DE Michael Bennett, criticized for a dirty play.
After twice bombing the Jaguars with long touchdown passes to turn a laugher into a crier, QB Russell Wilson offered up a trenchant observation. "They were terrified, a little bit," he said. They should have been. Wilson had just become the greatest single-season thrower of fourth-quarter touchdown passes in NFL history with 16, and was driving for No. 17 -- the third one this game.
TORONTO – Bullied in the midfield, then bent and broken at the back. In their second consecutive MLS Cup final against Toronto FC, the Sounders were stopped cold. After not conceding a goal in a playoff-record 706 minutes, Seattle gave way in the second half, and dreams of repeating slipped away in a 2-0 loss at BMO Field.
TORONTO – Ahead of the Sounders' final practice of the year Friday, something needed to be done to ease the stress of defending their MLS championship in the the same place it was won, at BMO Field. So Roman Torres, to the delight of all, decided to re-enact his championship-winning penalty kick that brought Seattle its first title.
Injuries have cost the Seahawks a couple of players when RG Oday Aboushi was declared lost for the season Friday after dislocating his shoulder three weeks ago, and RB Chris Carson had his comeback temporarily thwarted by an ankle sprained in practice this week.
The well of good news in Seattle sports wasn't going to linger forever, or even for long. But given the effort and resources the Mariners put into landing free agent Japanese star Shohei Ohtani, the well suddenly seems Southern California dry, no rain in sight.
Talk about a power play: About 24 hours after the city signed a deal to develop privately a an arena worthy of the NHL, league owners at a meeting in Florida Thursday voted 31-0 to allow Seattle to begin the application for an expansion team in 2020 whose entry fee Commissioner Gary Bettman fixed at $650 million. That's $150 million more than the most recent expansion team in Las Vegas was charged.
Has there been a week like this in Seattle sports? The 10-2 University of Washington football team was booked into a New Year's Day appearance in the Fiesta Bowl. The 8-4 Seahawks beat a top team in one of the most emotional prime-time games in the Pete Carroll era. The Mariners are in the hunt for one of the baseball world's most remarkable players. The Western Conference champion Sounders are playing Saturday in Toronto for their second consecutive MLS Cup.
A California woman, employed by a sports marketing company led by former University of Washington and Seahawks quarterback Warren Moon, has filed suit against the former football star and current broadcaster accusing him of sexual harassment. According to the Washington Post, which first reported the story, the suit was filed Monday in Orange County, CA.