6:34 AM EDT, Mon October 24, 2016
New York Post

Pete Carroll rocked by Dennis Byrd death: ‘We’re so sick’

The news hit Pete Carroll hard last Saturday night. The Seahawks coach was preparing for his team’s game with the Falcons the next day when he heard Dennis Byrd had died. Carroll had been the Jets’ defensive coordinator when Byrd suffered his career-ending neck injury. Carroll was at the hospital that night and watched Byrd...

Seattle Times

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson on hospital visits with Atlanta players: ‘It was just a special day’

Seahawks QB Russell Wilson called Tuesday's visit to Seattle Children's Hospital "a special day'' as he was able to take a couple of Atlanta Falcons, as well as teammate Tyler Lockett, along with him.

Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times

Kam Chancellor, Frank Clark among the Seahawks questionable for Sunday’s game against Falcons

The Seahawks have listed defensive end Frank Clark and safety Kam Chancellor among four players who are questionable for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons. Chancellor showed up on the injury report for the first time on Friday with a groin issue. Coach Pete Carroll will speak to the media after practice. As of now, […]

Seahawks Blog | Seattle Times

Seahawks injury report: DE Frank Clark sits out again, considered day-to-day with hamstring soreness

Seahawks defensive end Frank Clark sat out practice on Thursday for a second consecutive day while dealing with hamstring soreness. That Clark is sitting out is being termed as precautionary and Clark is considered day-to-day. Still, it remains unclear what his status is for Sunday’s game against the Atlanta Falcons — the Seahawks will have […]

All Things Broncos | Denver Post

Gary Kubiak’s health scare is not the first time a Broncos coach suddenly suffered a problem

A sudden health scare Sunday night sent Broncos coach Gary Kubiak to the hospital minutes after his team's loss to the Atlanta Falcons in Denver. He's not the first Broncos coach to suffer a medical problem during a season

Tampa Bay Times

Panthers' Newton fined for taunting Falcon who later concussed him

NEW YORK — Panthers quarterback Cam Newton was fined $9,115 for taunting Falcons linebacker Deion Jones, who avoided a fine for his helmet-to-helmet hit on Newton on a two-point conversion later that knocked Newton from Sunday's game with a concussion.

All Things Broncos | Denver Post

Gary Kubiak: Trevor Siemian is “day-to-day” but expects to be “ready to play” Sunday

Quarterback Trevor Siemian is expected to be “ready to play” against the Falcons in Denver on Sunday, but that he remains “day-to-day” with a left (non-throwing) shoulder injury.

All Things Broncos | Denver Post

Cam Newton leaves game with concussion symptoms, doesn’t return

Carolina quarterback Cam Newton was being evaluated for concussion symptoms in the fourth quarter and did not return to the game against the Atlanta Falcons.