A guide to finding your favorite sports content on the redesigned seattletimes.com
Many of you have written us to say you’ve had trouble finding your favorite sports blogs — or you thought we had done away with them altogether. We realize now that even though our writers are continuing to report and write as always, we could have done a better job helping you find them on our redesigned site.
Based on your feedback, we have created more places on the sports page where we are promoting our writers and pointing you to their work. You can click on any writer’s name to navigate to his or her author page, where you can read everything that person has written. We’ll feature the writers in rotating spots on the sports page and alongside the section blocks for each major team we cover.
Alternatively, you can follow a writer’s work by navigating from the sports page to the page for a specific team he or she covers; that page will feature that person’s writing plus anything else related to that team.
We’ve also created more links on the sports page to take you to stats, schedules and standings, the fundamental information any sports fan needs. We hope these steps help you find your way around our new site, which offers all of the great content we’ve always had with a design that’s optimized for tablets, phones and all other devices.
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- What the contracts of Al Woods and Geno Smith say about their potential roles for the Seahawks in 2019
- Analysis: While UW basketball stocks up on top-tier talent, Oregon can't catch a break | Jon Wilner
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