Inside sports business Brad Griffith was a paid “Moneyball” intern seeking hidden statistical player value for the Chicago White Sox when they won the World Series a decade ago. Now, the founder and CEO of Gametime, a San Francisco-based mobile-phone application, sits in a Sodo District cafe explaining plans to capitalize on an undervalued part...
Letters to The Seattle Times sports editor for July 6, 2015.
Russell Wilson's appearance on the Jimmy Kimmel Live! Thursday was entertaining, if not necessarily news-making.
Three-time All-Pro tight end Antonio Gates of San Diego will be suspended the first four games of the 2015 season along with New York Jets defensive lineman Sheldon Richardson and Dallas linebacker Rolando McClain for violating NFL drug policies.
For the first time, the Wilson image is absorbing some serious puncture wounds. That’s what happens when money and contract negotiations rear their ugly headlines.
The NFL announced the suspensions of four players for various violations of the league’s drug policy on Thursday. None, thankfully for the Seahawks, were Seahawks
The Green Bay Packers are now the Bovada favorites to win the Super Bowl, supplanting the Seahawks.
The National Park Service won’t grant the District of Columbia a new lease for the site of the Washington NFL team’s old stadium in part because Interior Secretary Sally Jewell opposes the team’s name.
Questions on Brandon Mebane, Thomas Rawls, Bobby Wagner and more in our latest Seahawks mailbag.