Dave Boling HEADLINES
For suffering fans who contend the Mariners need a transaction of biblical proportions to salvage a decaying season, general manager Jack Zduriencik responded Thursday by sending catcher Jesus Montero to Triple-A Tacoma while the Rainiers’ Jesus Sucre took his place.
Percy Harvin pulled in a pass on the sideline in front of Richard Sherman, and in the ensuing collision, Harvin was laid out flat.
So, heres how NBA commissioner David Stern opened his Wednesday press conference to announce that the owners had voted to reject the Kings relocation to Seattle: This is going to be short for me; I have a game to get to in Oklahoma City.
After three days of watching draft picks play touch football in their skivvies, the question arose: Which of the rookies the Seattle Seahawks drafted will be the one to have the most immediate impact?
For the second consecutive season, an eye-catching performance at the Seahawks’ rookie minicamp has been produced by a guy named Wilson. Give or take an “L.”
LeBron James, the best basketball player on the planet, and among a small handful of the greatest since the game’s invention, predictably won the NBA’s MVP award Sunday.
As a rule, it’s hard to work up a critical mass of sympathy over the disappointments of billionaire hedge-fund managers.
Professional sports locker rooms generally are not at the forefront of social acceptance, sensitivity or political correctness.
Considered a possible first-round pick by some analysts, defensive tackle Jesse Williams might turn out to be the best value of the 2013 draft for the Seattle Seahawks.
So, we’ve been led to believe that it’s premature to judge the quality of a draft class by NFL teams in any span shorter than three or four years.
RENTON — Being a Seattle Seahawks player these days carries two implied promises:
John Schneider, partner in the roster-construction firm of Schneider, Carroll and Associates, ranks as one of the NFL’s rising stars.
The pastor of Urban Grace describes her church in downtown Tacoma as a place of peace and of warm welcome to those in all the varied stages of their personal journeys.
I’d like to thank the Seahawks for the gift of Richard Sherman.
His first time around with the Seattle Mariners, Mike Morse was the most exuberant guy in the clubhouse, a 6-foot-5 shortstop prospect with the playful demeanor of a Labrador puppy.
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