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  • • Jon Gruden continues to serve up magnificent morsels of quotable quotes
    Only five games into his first season back as head coach of the Oakland Raiders, it’s already tough to take Jon Gruden seriously. While previewing the upcoming matchup with the Seattle Seahawks, per Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, Gruden shared his praise for current Raiders who previously played for the NFC West squad. Gruden must have decided ...
  • • Report: Seattle's Thomas fined for middle finger
    Earl Thomas has been fined $13,369 by the NFL for giving the middle finger as he was carted off the field with a broken leg last Sunday, the Seattle Times reported....
  • Seahawks' Earl Thomas fined for obscene gesture toward sideline, report says
    Thomas was fined for "what was deemed as unsportsmanlike conduct by the NFL," according to The Seattle Times....
  • • Is the NFL mishandling the Mychal Kendricks case?
    Is the NFL mishandling the Mychal Kendricks case? Mike Florio of PFT seems to think so, arguing that a potential 12-game suspension for alleged insider trading doesn’t make sense considering the baseline punishment for domestic abuse suspensions is a six-game ban.The “indefinite” suspension for the Seahawks linebacker could technically allow him to...
  • • Dipoto, Servais aren't looking for tear-it-down rebuild of Mariners
    The Mariners were one of the most talked-about teams in the first half of the 2018 season and finished with an impressive 89 victories on the year, but that total left them an improbably significant nine games back from even obtaining a Wild Card berth in an extremely top-heavy American League. The organization is in somewhat of a tough spot, with ...
  • • Mariners, Mel Stottlemyre Jr. Part Ways
    The Mariners won’t retain pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre Jr. for 2019, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times tweets. The rest of manager Scott Servais’ staff has been invited back for next season, Divish adds. To this point, the 54-year-old Stottlemyre has been Servais’ sole pitching coach since the latter took the reins as the Mariner...
  • • Mariners part ways with pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre
    The Mariners won’t retain pitching coach Mel Stottlemyre Jr. for 2019, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times tweets. The rest of manager Scott Servais’ staff has been invited back for next season, Divish adds.To this point, the 54-year-old Stottlemyre has been Servais’ sole pitching coach since the latter took the reins as the Mariners’ skipper after th...
  • • Doug Baldwin defends Thomas over middle finger salute
    Earl Thomas probably played his last game as a member of the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, and the message he sent the team on his way out the door was a very clear one. It was also one that many felt was classless, but the All-Pro safety’s veteran teammates don’t see it that way.After he suffered a broken leg in a win over the Arizona Cardinals, Tho...
  • • AL West Notes: Paxton, Buttrey, Laureano, Astros’ Roster
    Mariners lefty James Paxton is slated to make his final start of the season Saturday, and he’ll be on a pitch count of about 85, tweets Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times. Paxton is aiming to top 160 innings in an effort to build up to the point where he’d be able to strive for…...
  • • James Paxton to be on pitch count in season's final start
    Mariners lefty James Paxton is slated to make his final start of the season Saturday, and he’ll be on a pitch count of about 85, tweets Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times. Paxton is aiming to top 160 innings in an effort to build up to the point where he’d be able to strive for a 200-inning season without any workload limitations. Paxton, 30 in Novem...
  • • Eric Reid's deal with Panthers include $900K in incentives
    Eric Reid‘s one-year deal with the Panthers has a base value of $1M, but he can earn an additional $900K via other means, tweets Ian Rapoport of NFL.com. Reid could collect the extra cash via playtime incentives, Pro Bowl incentives, or per-game roster bonuses. Carolina needed extra defensive backs after recently losing Da’Norris Searcy, and Reid s...
  • • Seahawks not interested in Dez Bryant?
    It doesn’t sound like Doug Baldwin‘s partial MCL tear will lead the Seahawks to sign Dez Bryant. When asked about the ex-Cowboys receiver, head coach Pete Carroll told reporters that he “like(s) the guys they have,” (Twitter link via Mike Vorel of The Seattle Times). Through two weeks, previously unknown tight end Will Dissly leads the Seahawks in ...
  • • Hisashi Iwakuma To Return To Japan
    Veteran right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma tells Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times that he will conclude his tenure with the Mariners and return to his native Japan. That does not mean, however, that he’s calling his playing career quits. Iwakuma had been trying to return from shoulder surgery, but only made it to a pair of…...
  • • Hisashi Iwakuma to return to Japan
    Veteran right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma tells Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times that he will conclude his tenure with the Mariners and return to his native Japan. That does not mean, however, that he’s calling his playing career quits.Iwakuma had been trying to return from shoulder surgery, but only made it to a pair of rehab appearances. While he was ...
  • • Seahawks could move CJ Prosise to receiver following Doug Baldwin injury
    The Seahawks are currently thin at the wide receiver position, with No. 1 wideout Doug Baldwin having suffered a partial MCL tear in Sunday’s loss to the Broncos.It’s unclear exactly when Baldwin will return, but in the meantime, Tyler Lockett is currently listed as the team’s No. 1 receiver on the depth chart, with Brandon Marshall, Jaron Brown, D...

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Top news - Seattle Times

  • • East Notes: Bennett, Redskins, Osweiler, Patriots, Wallace
    Zack Rosenblatt of NJ Advance Media looks at 10 unanswered questions stemming from the indictment of Eagles defensive end Michael Bennett, including whether the Eagles and Seahawks already knew, when the NFL found out and how it impacts his roster status with the Eagles.Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times reported Friday (on Twitter) that the Seahawk...
  • • NFC West rumors: Seahawks overhaul, David Johnson recovery
    The Seahawks are now without stars Richard Sherman, Michael Bennett, Jimmy Graham, and Sheldon Richardson as well as up-and-coming wide receiver Paul Richardson, but GM John Schneider is insistent that the team is not in rebuilding mode.“It’s just always very, very hard to make those decisions to move on from people, but that’s what we have to do i...
  • • Mariners To Sign Jayson Werth
    The Mariners have agreed to a minor-league deal with outfielder Jayson Werth, according to Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times (via Twitter). Potential salary terms are not yet known. Werth will open his time with the Seattle organization in extended spring camp, per Divish. It seems likely he’ll report to Triple-A Tacoma from there. The…...
  • • Seahawks reportedly interested in Mark Sanchez as backup QB
    The Seattle Seahawks are suddenly in the market for quarterback depth now that they had to release Trevone Boykin, and Mark Sanchez is a player who could help fill the void.According to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, Sanchez has been mentioned as a possibility for the Seahawks. Sanchez, who is currently a free agent, played his college ball at ...
  • • AL Notes: Cobb won't debut, Mariners, Cruz's sprained ankle, Indians, Salazar
    The latest from the American League… Right-hander Alex Cobb won’t debut with the Orioles before April 14, Roch Kubatko of MASNsports.com reports. Cobb’s behind schedule because he sat on the free-agent market for a surprisingly long time – until March 21, to be exact – before scoring a four-year, $57 million deal. The 30-year-old threw four innings...
  • • Mariners Notes: Catcher moves; Cano relieved about contract
    The Mariners cut ties with veteran catcher Tuffy Gosewisch on Thursday, but Tacoma Rainiers broadcaster Mike Curto noted after reporting the move that the decision is tied to the fact that the organization is likely to bring another veteran catcher on board. It’s not immediately clear whether the Mariners are in talks with a free agent or chatting ...
  • • Latest on Russell Wilson's future in Seattle
    We recently heard that the Seahawks could explore a new deal with quarterback Russell Wilson next offseason, and that such a contract could carry an AAV of $30MM. However, even if the two sides do ultimately come to terms, the negotiations are not expected to be pretty. Several weeks ago, Seattle GM John Schneider attended the pro day for Wyoming s...
  • • Injury Notes: Healy, Sheriff, Rizzo, J.C. Ramirez
    Mariners first baseman Ryon Healy showed up to the team’s clubhouse today in a walking boot; he twisted his ankle in a postgame workout, says Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times. It’s been described as a “pretty bad sprain”, and Healy will have an MRI soon. The expectation seems to be that he will require…...
  • • Injury notes: Rizzo dealing with back troubles; JC Ramirez headed to DL
    Mariners first baseman Ryon Healy showed up to the team’s clubhouse today in a walking boot; he twisted his ankle in a postgame workout, says Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times. It’s been described as a “pretty bad sprain”, and Healy will have an MRI soon. The expectation seems to be that he will require a DL stint, though the severity of the injury ...
  • • AL West Notes: Miranda in Mariners' rotation, DL updates for Rangers and Astros, Angels, more
    The Rangers announced tonight that second baseman Rougned Odor (left hamstring strain) and right-hander Doug Fister (right hip strain) have both been placed on the 10-day disabled list. In their place, the team has activated reliever Tony Barnette from the DL and recalled catcher/infielder Isiah Kiner-Falefa from Triple-A Round Rock. There’s no ind...
  • • NFC West notes: Latest on Seahawks and Thomas, Kaep
    Seahawks GM John Schneider says he has not talked to Earl Thomas‘ representatives since the combine, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times tweets. However, Schneider added that is not unusual. Despite his name being floated in trade rumors this offseason, the GM says that he hopes to have Thomas on the roster when the season begins.Here’s more from the...
  • • Seahawks do not expect Earl Thomas to hold out
    There have been plenty of rumors about Seattle Seahawks safety Earl Thomas and his future with the organization, but general manager John Schneider seems to have gotten some assurances.Schneider said that he has been given indications by Thomas’s representatives that a threatened holdout will not come to pass.“No, I don’t. I don’t,” Schneider said ...
  • • Hisashi Iwakuma Dealing With Shoulder Discomfort
    Mariners right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma felt discomfort in his surgically repaired shoulder during a sim game on Sunday and will be temporarily shut down from throwing, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports on Twitter. The Mariners are hopeful it’s merely tendinitis, but regardless, it’ll delay Iwakuma’s attempt to return to the ...
  • • Hisashi Iwakuma dealing with shoulder discomfort
    Mariners right-hander Hisashi Iwakuma felt discomfort in his surgically repaired shoulder during a sim game on Sunday and will be temporarily shut down from throwing, Ryan Divish of the Seattle Times reports on Twitter. The Mariners are hopeful it’s merely tendinitis, but regardless, it’ll delay Iwakuma’s attempt to return to the majors.The 37-year...
  • • Seahawks release Avril with failed physical designation
    The Seattle Seahawks have seen a lot of talent leave this offseason. Richard Sherman is in San Francisco while Michael Bennett is in Philly. But that’s not all. They might still be looking for a suitor for safety Earl Thomas. And now, they have released former Pro Bowl defensive end Cliff Avril. But there’s a catch: the release comes with a failed ...

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