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GOLDEN TATE’S EASY DECISION

“You can expect to see a lot of new faces on next year’s team. A lot of important contracts are coming up for renewal and you can bet that the guys will be asking for more than management is willing to pay.” Wednesday’s announcement that Golden Tate was leaving Seattle to join the Detroit Lions […]

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CANUCKS COLLAPSE EPIC BY ANY DEFINITION

The final match up of the NHL’s 2014 Stadium series brought the curtain down on the outdoor games with an ending so thud like it should accompany definition of the word. Colin Greening’s game clinching empty net goal for Ottawa with 1:33 left went unnoticed by many of the Vancouver fans still in attendance. The […]

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EXCERPT FROM “SOUNDERS FC: AUTHENTIC MASTERPIECE” -THE ROLE PUBS PLAYED

CHAPTER SIX April 25, 2009 Seattle, Washington   “These kids know what a beer’s for!”   Ever since pro sports arrived in earnest in Seattle — which is to say when the Kingdome opened in 1976 — Pioneer Square eating and drinking establishments have been within a Kasey Keller goalkick of the action. Consider that […]

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HAWKS-NINERS: IT ALL STARTED OVER A SHARPIE

Perhaps we should have known it was going to be great from the very start. Or at least from the point when they started meeting as division rivals 12 seasons ago. The Seahawks versus the Forty Niners has developed into a rivalry that sits atop the NFL in terms of the ABC’s of such things: […]

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Brees compares notes at the Pro Bowl with another quarterback who is "too small to play."

TOP CONCERN FOR HAWKS GAME WEARS #9.

I was listening to KJR this week and heard a long discussion between Ian Furness and Jason Puckett on concerns they might have for Saturday’s divisional playoff game versus New Orleans. Not surprisingly the list became somewhat of an exercise in the trivial. The Seahawks have been established as heavy favorites in this game for good […]

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Fans celebrate Seattle's 41 to 36 win over the Saints in 2011.

2011 SEAHAWKS SAINTS PLAYOFF GAME PRODUCED MEMORABLE LAST HURRAH FOR A SEATTLE LEGEND

January 8th, 2011 had started exactly the way most so-called NFL  experts predicted it would which was bad news for the 66,366 who had made their way into what was then known as Qwest Field. The heavily favored and defending Super Bowl champion New Orleans Saints had jumped out to a 10 to 0 lead […]

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SEAHAWKS CURRENT POSITION UNIMAGINABLE FOUR YEARS AGO

Four years ago this Saturday the Seahawks hired Pete Carroll to be their head coach. In the midst of one of the headiest seasons any Seattle team has ever enjoyed it’s difficult to remember that at the time the Seahawks were not only questioned (by media and fans alike) for the hire but were also […]

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