More Videos

Carroll on status of Bobby Wagner, K.J. Wright for Rams game 1:44

Carroll on status of Bobby Wagner, K.J. Wright for Rams game

Michael Bennett on Marshawn Lynch, having Dwight Freeney as Seahawks teammate, more 1:40

Michael Bennett on Marshawn Lynch, having Dwight Freeney as Seahawks teammate, more

How electric bikes work: The same workout, cover twice as much ground 0:57

How electric bikes work: The same workout, cover twice as much ground

Time is running out to travel South Sound coast via Amtrak Cascades train 1:50

Time is running out to travel South Sound coast via Amtrak Cascades train

Two teens shot behind King County Aquatic Center 0:28

Two teens shot behind King County Aquatic Center

Now that he’s had some time, here is what Mike Hopkins said about the loss to Gonzaga 1:34

Now that he’s had some time, here is what Mike Hopkins said about the loss to Gonzaga

Reaction to Main & Vine's pending closure 0:52

Reaction to Main & Vine's pending closure

Highlights as Willie Thomas, Lincoln rally past Wilson for 61-53 win 3:31

Highlights as Willie Thomas, Lincoln rally past Wilson for 61-53 win

Victoria Woodards leads early Tacoma mayor balloting 2:17

Victoria Woodards leads early Tacoma mayor balloting

Hopkins says Tacoma native Thomas is 'everything' you want your child to be. 1:33

Hopkins says Tacoma native Thomas is 'everything' you want your child to be.

  • VIDEO: Russell Wilson on Recovery Water, his priorities being intact

    Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson discusses his consumption of Recovery Water (which comes from a Tacoma company) as well as his busy career. He says his priorities are intact: faith, family, and football.

Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson discusses his consumption of Recovery Water (which comes from a Tacoma company) as well as his busy career. He says his priorities are intact: faith, family, and football. Gregg Bell Staff writer
Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson discusses his consumption of Recovery Water (which comes from a Tacoma company) as well as his busy career. He says his priorities are intact: faith, family, and football. Gregg Bell Staff writer
Seahawks Insider Blog

Seahawks Insider Blog

Where there is no offseason

Russell Wilson believes Recovery Water likely prevented concussion preemptively, priorities are intact: faith, family, Seahawks

August 27, 2015 01:42 PM

UPDATED August 28, 2015 10:37 AM

More Videos

Carroll on status of Bobby Wagner, K.J. Wright for Rams game 1:44

Carroll on status of Bobby Wagner, K.J. Wright for Rams game

Michael Bennett on Marshawn Lynch, having Dwight Freeney as Seahawks teammate, more 1:40

Michael Bennett on Marshawn Lynch, having Dwight Freeney as Seahawks teammate, more

How electric bikes work: The same workout, cover twice as much ground 0:57

How electric bikes work: The same workout, cover twice as much ground

Time is running out to travel South Sound coast via Amtrak Cascades train 1:50

Time is running out to travel South Sound coast via Amtrak Cascades train

Two teens shot behind King County Aquatic Center 0:28

Two teens shot behind King County Aquatic Center

Now that he’s had some time, here is what Mike Hopkins said about the loss to Gonzaga 1:34

Now that he’s had some time, here is what Mike Hopkins said about the loss to Gonzaga

Reaction to Main & Vine's pending closure 0:52

Reaction to Main & Vine's pending closure

Highlights as Willie Thomas, Lincoln rally past Wilson for 61-53 win 3:31

Highlights as Willie Thomas, Lincoln rally past Wilson for 61-53 win

Victoria Woodards leads early Tacoma mayor balloting 2:17

Victoria Woodards leads early Tacoma mayor balloting

Hopkins says Tacoma native Thomas is 'everything' you want your child to be. 1:33

Hopkins says Tacoma native Thomas is 'everything' you want your child to be.

  • Carroll on status of Bobby Wagner, K.J. Wright for Rams game

    Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll talks about the status of linebackers Bobby Wagner and K.J. Wright in Sunday's game against the Los Angeles Rams.

About the Seahawks Insider Blog

@gbellseattle

Gregg Bell joined The News Tribune in July 2014. Bell had been the director of writing for the University of Washington's athletic department for four years. He was the senior national sports writer in Seattle for The Associated Press from 2005-10, covering the Seahawks in their first Super Bowl season and beyond. He's also been The Sacramento Bee's beat writer on the Oakland Athletics and Raiders. The native of Steubenville, Ohio, is a 1993 graduate of the U.S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y., and a 2000 graduate of the University of California, Berkeley's Graduate School of Journalism.