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  • Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch's crass act is all about him

    Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch's crass act is all about him
    The most popular man at the Super Bowl walked into media day Tuesday like a prizefighter swaggering toward the ring, fans screaming, reporters staring, smile glistening. Marshawn Lynch stepped through the crowd, climbed onto a small podium, carefully...
  • Seahawks fans turn up in droves for Super Bowl rally in Phoenix

    A crowd of about 25,000 Seahawks fans some of whom had waited two hours in the rain packed a Saturday rally in a Phoenix ballpark in which Seahawks owner Paul Allen thanked them for their "amazing, amazing, incredible support" "You never wavered,"...
  • Leaning on their record defense is why the Seahawks will win 2nd straight title

    The sideshow is over, which means Marshawn Lynch can go back to not talking and this realization can become obvious again: The Seattle Seahawks are still the best defensive team in football. And as we saw in last year's Super Bowl, defense still...
  • Belichick's coaching, Brady's leadership, improved defense should carry Patriots past Seahawks

    Go ahead, pile on the Patriots. Declare the Bill Belichick-Tom Brady era over after they split their first four games this season. Call them cheaters when their footballs lose too much air. Predict the Legion of Boom will bring the hammer down on Rob...
  • Packers fire Shawn Slocum as special teams coordinator

    GREEN BAY, Wis. Two weeks after two of the most crushing special teams plays in Green Bay Packers postseason history, a change has been made. On Friday, special teams coordinator Shawn Slocum was fired by head coach Mike McCarthy. While not a...
  • How Lombardi almost became Eagles coach

    As Philadelphia's scarred football fans will again be reminded on Sunday, the Eagles have won none of the LXIX Super Bowls. But had things worked out differently 57 years ago, they might not only possess a Lombardi Trophy or two by now, they might have...
  • Packers' Lang: Suh tried to fight me

    Everybody seems to be chiming in on Ndamukong Suh these days with the All-Pro defensive tackle mulling his future. T.J. Lang, a Green Bay Packers offensive tackle joined the chatter in a radio interview on Friday, though he had little to say about...
  • Watch this year's Super Bowl? No, thanks.

    Watch this year's Super Bowl? No, thanks.
    I watched the first Super Bowl in 1967, and it was one of the great TV viewing experiences of my life. The resonant, rock-steady call of play-by-play announcer Ray Scott and the 35-10 throttling that my beloved Green Bay Packers gave the brash Kansas...
  • Super Bowl means slow day for some suburban businesses

    Sunday's clash between the Patriots and Seattle Seahawks will draw millions of fans around the world and tens of thousands in our area to their TV sets and to house parties to enjoy the NFL's annual spectacle. Of course, sports bars and other places...
  • With Marynowitz in place, Eagles can focus on more important matters, like QB

    With Marynowitz in place, Eagles can focus on more important matters, like QB
    Now that their personnel man, Ed Marynowitz, has been identified and rewarded, the Eagles are free to start executing their offseason improvement plan, which actually starts with not weakening themselves further. Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin and...
  • Plenty of Lehigh Valley connections to previous Super Bowls, NFL title games

    Plenty of Lehigh Valley connections to previous Super Bowls, NFL title games
    Pennsylvania, and the Lehigh Valley in particular, has always been a region where sports have been taken seriously. At one time it was a "way out" for young scholastic athletes to go to college on a scholarship or to sign a professional contract so that...