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Richard Sherman, Doug Baldwin mock NFL media policies

Today at the Seahawks practice facility in Renton, Sherman used his weekly availability to mock the NFL's players-media policy. Joining him in this...

It was not the ordinary Richard Sherman press conference.

Today at the Seahawks practice facility in Renton, Sherman used his weekly availability to mock the NFL's players-media policy. Joining him in this protest was Doug Baldwin and a life-sized cut out of Doug Baldwin.

Sherman and Baldwin performed a skit mocking players being fined for not talking to the media — Marshawn Lynch and his $100,000- fine — while the NFL wanting them to be its pitchmen for different products.

Kyle Seager close to 7-year deal for $100 million with Mariners

Randy Johnson, Edgar Martinez on 2015 Hall of Fame ballot

Third baseman Kyle Seager will be rewarded with a seven-year, $100 million contract after he led the Seattle Mariners with 25 home runs and 96 RBIs this season.

Contrarian: Colin Kaepernick thinks Jim Harbaugh will be back to coach 49ers in 2015

The 49ers quarterback also doesn’t want to talk about Richard Sherman or last January’s NFC championship game, saying the latter doesn’t matter Thursday.

Sounders’ Chad Marshall wins MLS defender award for record third time

Vote of fellow players pushes Seattle central defender to the top.

Chad Marshall, top, of Seattle physically dominates Landon Donovan of the L.A. Galaxy in the Oct. 25 match at CenturyLink Field. Marshall was named MSL’s top defender Tuesday.

Connor Halliday leaves a remarkable example, high marks for future WSU quarterbacks to pursue

Halliday never won as many games as Jason Gesser and probably won’t be drafted early in the first round like Drew Bledsoe, Jack Thompson and Ryan Leaf, but he has the all-time school records for passing yards (11,304) and touchdowns (90). ...

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