10:39 PM EDT, Fri October 31, 2014

Make your pick: Winless Raiders take aim at Seahawks

The last time the Seattle Seahawks faced a rookie quarterback on a winless team, last year, they had to put together the biggest comeback in franchise history to sneak by with an overtime victory. This weekend, the opponents won’t be Mike Glennon and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. This time around, the Hawks face Derek Carr […]

Pick 6: Six things to watch as Seahawks look to get back to winning ways at home versus Raiders

By the time the Seattle Seahawks and Oakland Raiders kickoff in Seattle on Sunday, the defending Super Bowl-champions won’t won a game at CenturyLink Field in 42 days. That’s six weeks in between wins in the stadium where the Hawks had a 14-game home winning streak from 2012 to 2013. Seattle’s matchup with the winless […]
Seattle Times 1 hour ago

Seahawks’ Paul Richardson trying to be the ‘speed guy’

With Percy Harvin traded away, Paul Richardson has had to step up at wide receiver and his speed could help open up the Seahawks’ offense.
Seattle Times 4 hours ago

Max Unger may be able to return for Sunday’s Seahawks game

Center Max Unger, who has not played since injuring his foot at Washington on Oct. 6, may be able to return Sunday against the Raiders. Unger is officially listed as questionable but said after practice that he feels healthy and answered “hopefully” when asked if he expects to play.
Seahawks to honor Marysville-Pilchuck High School by wearing “MP” helmet decals Sunday vs. Oakland

Seahawks to honor Marysville-Pilchuck High School by wearing “MP” helmet decals Sunday vs. Oakland

  From the Seahawks, this is above an example of the decals their players will be wearing for Sunday’s game against the Oakland Raiders to honor Marysville-Pilchuck High School. Coaches, staff and inactive players will wear “MP” lapel pins on the sideline. This morning, just before the Seahawks took the field for practice here in Renton, marked one week to the hour since a freshman at Marysville-Pilchuck began shooting five classmates in the school’s cafeteria, killing two of them and then himself. Three students remain hospitalized. The Marysville-Pilchuck football team is playing...