10:04 PM EDT, Sun September 14, 2014
Denver Post 33 mins ago
Broncos to catch Seahawks smarting from loss to San Diego

Broncos to catch Seahawks smarting from loss to San Diego

Maybe this time the undefeated-if-sputtering Broncos are in an ideal state as they prepare to play the Seattle Seahawks.

Seahawks assistant coach taken to hospital

Seattle Seahawks assistant offensive line coach Pat Ruel was taken to a San Diego-area hospital with an irregular heartbeat following Sunday’s loss to the Chargers, according to multiple reports. The Times’ Bob Condotta reported that Ruel was taken to the hospital for “precautionary reasons” No further information is known at this time, but the conditions […]

One silver lining for Seahawks --- No significant injuries

In what is the one silver lining of Sunday's 30-21 loss at San Diego --- the team's first by more than a touchdown since a 23-13 loss at Dallas on Nov. 6, 2011 --- the Seahawks did not suffer any significant injuries. The players who left due to cramping --- Earl Thomas, Kam Chancellor and Byron Maxwell --- all returned to the game.

Seahawks fans, what are your expectations for the Broncos game?

  Seahawks fans: On Sunday, Sept. 21, at CenturyLink Field, the Seahawks will take on the Denver Broncos, the team the Hawks defeated in Super Bowl XLVIII in February. We’d like to know your expectations for the upcoming game. If you leave your information, reporter Jack Broom might contact you for a story he's working on.  

Bobby Wagner on Seahawks’ 30-21 defeat at San Diego: “We lost A GAME. It’s not the end of the world”

SAN DIEGO — The team bus just left Qualcomm Stadium. It only seems like the Seahawks’ defense is still on that field. After running just 40 plays – 35 fewer than San Diego did in its pitch-and-catch, first-down fest between Philip Rivers and revitalized tight end Antonio Gates – Seattle’s offense was left more idled than inert. The defense was just in exhaustion. “We were trying to keep number three (Russell Wilson) off the field as much as we could,” Chargers coach Mike McCoy said. Mission accomplished — for San Diego, that is, … Read more »