Frank Hughes reports running back Julius Jones blew up at the end of Sunday's game at Tampa Bay on the sidelines. Jones reportedly was unhappy about his amount of carries, and used Holmgren's name during the rant. Read about it here.
Listen the Hughes talks about the Jones situation with KJR's Mitch Levy in this audio link.
Scott Johnson of the Everett Herald writes that most of the players continue to be frustrated with how the season has gone so far.
ESPN's Mike Sando discusses what is wrong with Seattle.
Nate Burleson talks Seahawks with KJR AM's Dave "Softy" Mahler in this audio link.
San Francisco 49ers
Santa Rosa Democrat columnist Lowell Cohn says the 49ers latest move shows the folks in charge don't have a clue in what the team's long-range vision is.
Steve Wyche of NFL.com writes that new 49ers coach Mike Singletary must change the status quo.
Matt Maiocco of the Santa Rosa Press Democrat talks at length with departing coach Mike Nolan in this Q&A.
Nancy Gay of the San Francisco Chronicle says the blame for the 49ers problems extends beyond Nolan.
Singletary now faces the tough task of cleaning up the mess and trying to get some wins in the process.
Offensive line coach George Warhop also was released.
Kent Somers of the Arizona Republic reports the Cardinals have released center Al Johnson from injured reserve. Johnson apparently plans to file a grievance with the league.
Ken Whisenhunt will be surprisingly be the longest tenured coach in the NFC West after Holmgren retires at the end of the season. Whisenhunt was hired at the beginning of the 2007 campaign.
St. Louis Rams
The Rams play at defensive line has improved, reports Jim Thomas of he St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
Running back Stephen Jackson is named NFC offensive player of the week.