11:27 AM EDT, Wed April 23, 2014
Seattle Times 19 mins ago

Wednesday links: Can Seahawks revive Pryor's career?

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NFL schedule to be announced today

As they always do, the NFL Network will be turning a piece of news into a three-hour television special. Tonight, that news will be the full NFL schedule. The schedule is expected to be released at 5 p.m. We already know the Seahawks’ opponents for 2014: Home San Francisco, St. Louis, Arizona, Denver, Dallas, Green Bay, New York Giants and Oakland. Road San Francisco, St. Louis, Arizona, Carolina, Washington, Philadelphia, Kansas City and San Diego.
Tacoma News-Tribune 8 hours ago

Sherman, Seahawks in contract discussions

When asked about offseason priorities, Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider always mentioned Richard Sherman.

Tonight's poll: Which team do you want the Seahawks to face in their home opener?

So finally tomorrow we will find out the Seahawks' 2014 regular season schedule, and most notably which team Seattle will host in its opener Sept. 4 --- an opener that may be the most-anticipated in franchise history. As all teams do, Seattle has eight teams on its home schedule for 2014. Three, though, stand out as the most likely to be the hosts for the Thursday night opener, when the Seahawks will presumably do all kinds of celebrating of the Super Bowl title, as well. Those three teams are San Francisco, Green Bay and Denver. Here are some quick thoughts on each: SAN FRANCISCO --- Hard...
Seattle Times 12 hours ago
Terrelle Pryor has talent to be Seahawks’ latest reclamation project

Terrelle Pryor has talent to be Seahawks’ latest reclamation project

Terrelle Pryor can be saved from the NFL scrapheap by Pete Carroll, but only if he realizes he needs the Seahawks more than they need him.