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Early returns on Bradford surprising Rams, Seahawks

Posted on by Doug Farrar

No. 1 pick much more adept as NFL QB than pundits expected

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‘You don’t mess with your brain’

Posted on by Todd Dybas

Shutting down Cort Dennison following a concussion in practice shows the concussion education process is working.

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TWTWTW (Sept. 27-Oct. 3)

Posted on by Steve Rudman

Please tell us how Seattle managed to get stuck with the worst batting order in American League history, and also the worst NFL offense in 2010.

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One-Year Wonders

Posted on by Steve Rudman

Today we present the greatest one-year wonders in Seattle sports history. They range from Spencer Hawes, who bailed out of Washington after his freshman year, to Cliff Lee, who spent half a season with the Mariners before they traded him …

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Number Crunch

Posted on by Steve Rudman

Numbers can fascinate and amuse, and be used to start and settle all manner of sporting debates. But numbers can also tell stories. Here you’ll find the numbers that best reflect the pulse of sports in Seattle and the Pacific Northwest.

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Chargers ‘Federlined’ by scrappy Seahawks

Posted on by Doug Farrar

The Seahawks tested out some new attitudes –teamwork, mentorship, resilience — and the upshot was an upset

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This time, no jealousy over Ichiro’s 200th

Posted on by John Hickey

The remarkable season hit total was familiar, but this time, no backbiting in the M’s clubhouse

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Take This Exit

Posted on by Seth Kolloen

Exit 164 is ramp off Interstate-5 that you take to get to Safeco Field and Qwest Field. Although Seth Kolloen reports frequently on the denizens of those sporting digs, he is not confined there. Seth brings an intelligent and often off-beat perspective to all the games and teams in our region.

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Quarterback Angst Continues, Huskies Sign a Point Guard

Posted on by Seth Kolloen

Pull a Knox and Bench Hass? Carroll Says No Way First-year coach benches franchise icon QB in favor of untested youngster? Happened in 1983, when Chuck Knox benched Jim Zorn and went with Dave Krieg, who led the Cinderella Seahawks …

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Sarkisian: ‘We lacked the competitive nature’

Posted on by Todd Dybas

UW coach says team backed off in Nebraska game.

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