One year after suffering a torn ACL, it's possible Seattle may be without its third-year defensive back for the remainder of the season following another devastating injury suffered in Monday's defeat.
Barely producing 100 total yards after a long touchdown to DK Metcalf, Seattle's offensive ineptitude cost the team yet another winnable game at home, giving the organization three consecutive losses for the first time since 2011 and dropping them into last place in the NFC West.
For the fifth time in seven games, Seattle chose not to dress former first-round pick L.J. Collier, whose days in the Pacific Northwest look to be numbered.
Losing four of their past five games, the Seahawks will look to get back to their winning ways at home against a well-rested Saints squad in a game with plenty at stake for both teams. What must Seattle do to pick up a signature home win?
With one of the most prolific passers in franchise history set to enter the Ring of Honor on Monday Night Football, which games stand out as Hasselbeck's best during a decade with the Seahawks?
Seeking a win to keep their playoff aspirations alive in the rugged NFC West, the Seahawks will be tasked with trying to slow down one of the best dual-threat running backs in the league and providing support for backup Geno Smith against a talented Saints defense. Reporter Corbin Smith breaks down five key matchups to watch at Lumen Field.
Brown had an exciting debut against the Steelers on Sunday Night Football. In his latest video, Matty F. Brown highlights the technique behind Tre’s impressive showing and why the 2021 fourth round rookie offers much-needed hope for Seattle’s struggling defense.
After a resurgent second half in 2020, Dunlap has gotten off to a disappointing start in his first full season in Seattle, failing to record a sack in six games. What is behind his regression and how can the Seahawks get him back on track?
While Holmgren made life difficult on Hasselbeck during his first few seasons in Seattle, the quarterback/coach pairing achieved legendary status in Seahawks history by guiding the franchise to unprecedented heights in the mid-2000s. Now, over the next two weeks, they will rightfully have their names forever immortalized at Lumen Field.
If there's good news heading towards Monday's matchup at Lumen Field, Seattle didn't rule any players out, suggesting the team could be close to full strength after losing several players to injuries in the first half in last week's loss in Pittsburgh. Meanwhile, the Seahawks could be without their top draft pick for a while longer.
Reporter Ty Dane Gonzalez presents three "best-case scenarios" for the Seahawks to win their upcoming Monday Night duel with the Saints.
Known for his durability while starring at San Diego State, Penny has dealt with non-stop injuries in four seasons in Seattle. Possibly down to his last shot to impress, the former first rounder hopes to provide a much-needed jolt to the team's banged up backfield.
Entering the season with Super Bowl aspirations, Seattle has limped out of the gate with four losses in its first six games and will be without Russell Wilson for at least two more weeks. But despite the bleak outlook, Wagner has been in this position before and believes this team still has time to change the trajectory of their season.