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Seahawks announce Richard as DC, more hires Courtesy of
Kris Richard is the new defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks, the team announced Monday evening. ESPN Mon, Feb 09
Seahawks fans duped by Super Bowl ticket scams urged to file complaint (Reuters) Courtesy of
Washington state's top lawyer sought on Monday to bring some justice to any Seattle Seahawks fans who traveled all the way to Phoenix for the Super Bowl only to find they had spent hundreds or thousands of dollars on fake tickets. "Dealing with a heartbreaking Super Bowl loss is bad enough," Washington state Attorney General Bob Ferguson said in a statement on Monday. The Seattle Seahawks fell 28-24 to the New England Patriots in the National Football League's championship game two Sundays ago, failing to advance the ball one yard in the final seconds of play. Seahawks Quarterback Russell Wilson's pass was intercepted in the final seconds of the game, leaving exasperated fans wondering why the team didn't simply hand the ball to powerhouse running back Marshawn Lynch to punch it into the end zone. Yahoo! Mon, Feb 09
Gronkowski spikes puck as Bruins honor champion Patriots (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Rob Gronkowski puck-tuated a Super Bowl victory with a spike on the ice. The star tight end and several of his New England Patriots teammates were honored by the Bruins before their game against the New York Islanders on Saturday night in a pregame ceremony in Boston. After teammate Rob Ninkovich dropped the ceremonial puck between Bruins captain Zdeno Chara and Islanders captain John Tavares, Gronkowski pulled another puck out of his pants pocket and emphatically spiked it - as he does with the football when he scores a touchdown - to the delight of the sellout crowd at TD Garden. Yahoo! Sat, Feb 07
National Football League roundup (Reuters) Courtesy of
(The Sports Xchange) - The Buffalo Bills have reached an Ć¢€œagreement in principleĆ¢€ with guard Richie Incognito, the team confirmed on Saturday. The controversial Incognito was out of the NFL last year after he served an eight-game suspension in 2013 for bullying former Miami Dolphins teammate Jonathan Martin. The veteran offensive lineman was cleared last summer to play again after a league investigation found Incognito and fellow offensive linemen John Jerry and Mike Pouncey harassed Martin, who was later traded to the San Francisco 49ers. - - - Ndamukong Suh's rookie contract officially was voided Friday and the Detroit Lions want to re-sign their all-pro defensive tackle. Yahoo! Sat, Feb 07
Hasty Pudding winner Chris Pratt roasted at Harvard (The Associated Press) Courtesy of
Chris Pratt was teased about his early acting roles while being roasted Friday night at Harvard University, where he received the Hasty Pudding Man of the Year award by America's oldest undergraduate drama troupe. Zoe Rosenthal and Joshua Friedman, producers of Hasty Pudding's production of ''Oops! ... Madrid It Again!,'' teased Pratt about some of his earlier TV roles before his current gig on NBC's ''Parks and Recreation,'' such as his portrayal of Winchester ''Che'' Cook on ''The O.C.'' ''Our Man of the Year played a minor character who had a major role in getting the show canceled,'' Friedman joked. During a brief performance, Pratt was asked to break planks of wood with his hands and head, a reference to his character Andy Dwyer's ''Johnny Karate'' gimmick on ''Parks and Recreation.'' At the end of the roast, Pratt was presented with the traditional golden Pudding Pot. Yahoo! Fri, Feb 06
Current Roster
Quarterback College External Player News Links
B.J. Daniels South Florida
Tarvaris Jackson Alabama State
Russell Wilson Wisconsin
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Marshawn Lynch California
Christine Michael Texas A&M
Robert Turbin Utah State
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Doug Baldwin Stanford
Jermaine Kearse Washington
Ricardo Lockette Fort Valley State
Chris Matthews Kentucky
Kevin Norwood Alabama
Bryan Walters Cornell
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Cooper Helfet Duke
Tony Moeaki Iowa
Luke Willson Rice
Kicker College External Player News Links
Steven Hauschka North Carolina State
Defensive Lineman College External Player News Links
Cliff Avril Purdue
Michael Bennett Texas A&M
Landon Cohen Ohio U.
Demarcus Dobbs Georgia
David King Oklahoma
Tony McDaniel Tennessee
O'Brien Schofield Wisconsin
Will Tukuafu Oregon
Kevin Williams Oklahoma State
Linebackers College External Player News Links
Brock Coyle Montana
Bruce Irvin West Virginia
Mike Morgan USC
Malcolm Smith USC
Bobby Wagner Utah State
K.J. Wright Mississippi State
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Marcus Burley Delaware
Kam Chancellor Virginia Tech
Jeron Johnson Boise State
Jeremy Lane Northwestern State-Louisiana
Byron Maxwell Clemson
Deshawn Shead Portland State
Richard Sherman Stanford
Tharold Simon LSU
Steven Terrell Texas A&M
Earl Thomas Texas