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Nineteen things to know about Week 10 injury report
Vikings starting signal caller Teddy Bridgewater is expected to start Sunday's tilt against the Oakland Raiders. Bridgewater suffered a concussion in last week's victory over the St. Louis Rams.
Seahawks WR Ricardo Lockette released from hospital
Seahawks wide receiver Ricardo Lockette was released from the hospital on Thursday. After his release Lockette posted a message on social media. Find out what he had to say.
Percy Harvin met with Bills about hip, wants to play
Percy Harvin missed the Bills game in London as he pondered retirement due to a hip injury. The wideout met with the team to evaluate the extent of the injury and indicated to Rex Ryan he wants to play.
Seahawks shake off fourth-quarter woes in 13-12 win
Shaking off a handful of Seahawks late-game miscues, Russell Wilson led a game-winning field-goal drive in Dallas. Can the Cowboys overcome their five-game losing streak?
Seahawks WR Ricardo Lockette leaves on stretcher
The Seahawks received a scare Sunday when wide receiver Ricardo Lockette left on a stretcher just before halftime. Lockette suffered a concussion, according to the press box.
Ricardo Lockette's flea-flicker grab is best of Week 6
The Seahawks' flawless trick play against the Panthers earned the No. 1 spot in the Top 10 "Performance Moments of the Week" presented by Bridgestone. Who else made the cut?
Cam Newton shines to put Seahawks in big trouble
Cam Newton saved his best for last. And the Seahawks have to live with another blown fourth quarter lead in a 27-23 Panthers win in Seattle.
Week 6 fantasy football recap: Bryant's back, baby!
Martavis Bryant finally returned to the Steelers with a bang today, racking up over 130 yards and scoring two touchdowns. More of the top storylines from Week 6 in our fantasy football recap.
Darrell Bevell: 'I wouldn't change' Super Bowl play call
Seattle Seahawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell is haunted by the results of the final play call of the Super Bowl, but he wouldn't go back and change it.
Seattle Seahawks training camp: Aerial attack about to take off?
Seattle's offense has long been defined by the ground attack, but will the passing game take off with playmaking newbies Tyler Lockett and Jimmy Graham? Steve Wyche reports from Seahawks camp.
Ricardo Lockette 'can't watch' Butler interception
Ricardo Lockette was involved in one of the most famous plays in NFL history. That's not a good thing in his case. The Seahawks wideout gets honest in an essay about Super Bowl XLIX.
Top 18 NFC training camp battles
Sam Bradford's battle against Mark Sanchez for the Eagles' QB job is further hindered by injury woes he's attempting to return from. Read what other NFC position battles are worth keeping an eye on.
NFL Power Rankings: Patriots reclaim top spot with stellar draft
With the 2015 NFL Draft in the books, we now have a very good idea of what each team will look like in 2015. So how do the 32 member clubs stack up against each other? Elliot Harrison offers his hierarchy.
Best fits from free agency
Are Percy Harvin and Darrelle Revis a perfect fit for their new respective teams? Around The NFL breaks down the best fits from the moves thus far during free agency.
NFL Power Rankings: Seahawks sit above Super Bowl champs
Sure, the Seattle Seahawks lost Super Bowl XLIX -- but is Jimmy Graham's new team winning the offseason? Elliot Harrison assesses the impact of a torrid free agency period on the NFL hierarchy.
NFL Power Rankings: New England Patriots reign ... then what?
The 2014 NFL season is in the books. The New England Patriots have claimed the throne, but how do the rest of the teams stack up? Elliot Harrison reveals his final countdown (with an eye toward 2015).
Malcolm Butler, Chris Matthews legit? Plus, future surprise stars
Malcolm Butler and Chris Matthews became instant Super Bowl stars -- but, Gil Brandt says, the future is much brighter for one than the other. Plus, four unknowns who could rise to the limelight.
Pete Carroll continues to defend Seahawks OC Bevell
The truth might never come out regarding who called the Seahawks' final play in Super Bowl XLIX. But Seattle coach Pete Carroll insists that he, not offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell, dialed it up.
Malcolm Butler a late substitution on game-winner
Super Bowl hero Malcolm Butler wasn't on the field when the Seahawks huddled for the ill-fated call that resulted in an interception. Willie McGinest breaks down the Patriots' adjustment.
Super Bowl XLIX: Patriots-Seahawks proved to be classic, tragic
Tom Brady cemented his legacy as a big-game maestro and possibly the best QB ever. Meanwhile, Pete Carroll made a decision he'll never live down. Adam Schein provides Super Bowl XLIX takeaways.
Seahawks' Pete Carroll explains ill-fated call in Super Bowl XLIX
The Seahawks were a yard away from the end zone when an ill-fated play call sealed the Patriots' fourth Super Bowl win. Seattle coach Pete Carroll explained his reasoning to Michael Silver.