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2018 Seattle Seahawks starters, 53-man roster, schedule prediction
The Seahawks' roster to start the season sees a lot of new names in the secondary and a deep running back group.
Seahawks' offensive depth chart: Some new targets for Russell Wilson
After losing three of their most productive pass catchers in free agency, the Seahawks look to regroup on offense.
Mike Holmgren: New coach Mike Solari is what Seahawks' O-line needs
The addition of O-line coach Mike Solari might be the most impactful of all of Seattle's coaching changes.
Malcolm Mitchell's return to practice highlights importance of QB-WR trust
As the margin for error lessens and one play can make or break a playoff run, Malcolm Mitchell's return as a target for Tom Brady is notable.
Pete Carroll: 'Cap concerns,' wanting to keep David Moore among factors in waiving Dwight Freeney
Pete Carroll made clear that keeping versatile WR David Moore away from other teams played into Seattle's decision to cut veteran Dwight Freeney loose.
What's next for the Seahawks after Dwight Freeney's surprising release
Dwight Freeney had been productive during his short time with the Seahawks so why waive him? Some potential reasons and a look ahead.
With Eddie Lacy banged up, Seahawks turning back to Thomas Rawls
Offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell said on Tuesday that Thomas Rawls will be the Seahawks' starting running back for Thursday night's game.
OL switch? More no-huddle? Adjustments coming to Seattle offense
After scoring one TD in their first two games, the Seahawks will head to Nashville with new wrinkles on offense as the search for answers continues.
Seahawks' 53-man roster projection includes options behind Thomas Rawls, Eddie Lacy
The Seahawks have expanded their running back depth behind Thomas Rawls and Eddie Lacy, with C.J. Prosise and rookie Chris Carson.
Preseason position reviews: Running back
It's time to start our preseason position reviews. Please, hold your applause until we are finished.Here's how we do this. We provide three evaluative categories: "Great shape," "Good shape" and "We'll see.
Roundtable: Most important offensive stat
The Trojans will be using an up-tempo offense for the first time this season. What will be the most notable statistic to keep an eye on from the offense in 2014?
Week in review: Jump on DT recruiting
It was a busy week for USC football with one player transferring and two high school verbals, along with the upcoming Oakland Nike Camp.The news that tailback Ty Isaac was going to transfer came out of the blue.
The best of spring football at USC
Here’s our look back at the Trojans’ progress during spring.MVP Garry Paskwietz: Nelson AgholorJohnny Curren: AgholorGreg Katz: Agholor, Hayes PullardCurren: From the start of spring ball to last Saturday’s finish no other player performed at such a sky-high level, and with such consistency, as Agholor.
Pinner shows off versatility for Trojans
USC junior fullback Jahleel Pinner hasn’t recorded a single carry up to this point in his career, but if the two most recent practice sessions of the spring are any indication, that just might change in the fall.
Isaac aims to make sizable contribution
LOS ANGELES – The first thought when seeing No. 29 enter Goux Gate and sprint onto USC's practice field is that he must be either a tight end or an H-back.
Five who lend versatility to Trojans
The upcoming spring practice sessions will be the first official opportunity for Steve Sarkisian and staff to view the players on the field, and the coaches have been clear that they want to see the players in action before determining certain position spots.
Roundtable: Biggest noise in spring?
WeAreSC staffers give opinions on topics related to Trojans football:Give your offensive and defensive "spring revelations," guys who will make the biggest noise in spring.
Spring position breakdown: RBs
Our look at position groups in the Pac-12 continues.Arizona: With Ka'Deem Carey off to the NFL, figuring out Arizona's running back situation requires a bit of guesswork.
Trojans are deep at tailback
After the fax machines stopped rolling and the ink was dry on national signing day, USC first-year head coach Steve Sarkisian, when discussing the merits of the 2014 recruiting class, made a point of stating that his staff intentionally did not recruit a running back.
Roundtable: 2014 running back rotation
One of the primary positions to watch this spring will be tailback, as the Trojans are deep in players looking to establish their spot in the rotation.
2013 review: USC offense
With a new starting quarterback at the helm, a slew of injuries depleting an already thin depth chart and a highly publicized coaching carousel, the production of the USC offense was largely up and down in 2013 with the Trojans averaging a pedestrian 29.
Isaac feeling good after breaking through
LOS ANGELES -- After showing promise in limited action throughout USC’s first nine games, freshman tailback Ty Isaac received the chance to contribute on a much grander scale this past weekend and responded with a breakout performance.
Planning for success: USC
Ed Orgeron didn’t waste any time in getting to the heart of USC’s matchup against Stanford on Saturday.“This is gonna be a line of scrimmage game,” the interim head coach said after the Trojans practice on Tuesday.
Five Trojans who have stepped up
As the Trojans continue to battle injuries while they prepare for the final stretch of the 2013 season, here are 5 players who have stepped up when called upon due to injuries to other players at their position.
Tuesday mailbag: Can Mac get it done?
Just cause it’s the mailbag doesn’t mean I mail it in.Trojan Nation in (Downtown LA) writes: For the mailbag ... Kevin! You picked USC to lose against Oregon State.
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Hasselbeck: Bengals now have to scramble to replace Williams
Jeff Saturday and Tim Hasselbeck discuss the impact of Bengals first-round pick Jonah Williams' season-ending shoulder surgery.
Cooper: 'It feels like I'm in the NFL' with the Cowboys
Amari Cooper explains what it's like to be with the Cowboys and his expectations for the upcoming season.
Spears: Cleveland is perfect city for OBJ to focus solely on football
Marcus Spears and Jalen Rose explain why Cleveland is the perfect place for Odell Beckham Jr. to escape the hectic New York media and focus on football.
Handicapping the AFC East takeover: Who will be first to catch the Pats?
The Patriots' AFC East title streak is at 10 seasons. It can't last forever (we think), so who among the Jets, Bills and Dolphins is closest to flipping the script?
'Tight as a fist': Steelers' Edmunds brothers tackle NFL life as roommates
Football is a family affair for the Edmunds siblings, as linebacker Terrell and running back Trey push each other to achieve in Pittsburgh.
Marshal Yanda can rank among all-time best guards with strong finish
The O-line stalwart assuaged the Ravens' fears that he was done when he signed a one-year extension: "I’m really happy ... to get to finish it here."