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Lynch: "Seahawks talk a lot, I don't"
Seahawks' running back Marshawn Lynch says that the chatter about his future is coming from the front office, not him.
Minneapolis lands another top sporting event: NCAA Final Four
The 2019 men's basketball tournament is the latest in a string of big hosting opportunities for the northern city, following just six months after the award of a Super Bowl.
An explanation of tablets on NFL sidelines
"If a coach is really upset at something, he can slam the tablet on the turf and it will still work okay."
CenturyLink beer appears to be watered-down
A lab check for KOMO shows all the beers sold at CenturyLink have less alcohol than posted, some so much so that they exceed federal tolerances for variations in alcohol content. Sellers deny there is any problem.
Art Thiel: How WSU, UW will cope with loss of key players
Thiel's take on coach Chris Petersen's booting of UW star cornerback Marcus Peters and WSU's injury-fueled loss of starting quarterback Connor Halliday.
St. Louis' fears about losing NFL football team grow
Missouri's governor has appointed a task force to try to work with the Rams on a new stadium.
Oregon Ducks move into football playoff contention
If the season ended today, the Ducks would be in the first-ever four team playoff for the national championship.
Trade Marshawn Lynch?
Previously inconceivable, does it make sense to trade Seahawks' running back Marshawn Lynch?
Report: Percy Harvin traded to Jets
Jay Glazer of Fox Sports has tweeted that Seahawks' wide receiver Percy Harvin has been traded to the New York Jets.
Hawks soar in as 6th most popular sports team in America.
Up from number 12, the Seahawks now rank behind the Broncos, NY Giants, Green Bay Packers, Cowboys, and the Steelers.
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