Hawks Promote Seto

seto-seahawksThe Seattle Seahawks have promoted Rocky Seto to assistant head coach/defense, the team announced Tuesday afternoon. Seto originally joined Pete Carroll's staff at USC in 2001 and worked with the safeties, linebackers and secondary before serving his final season as defensive coordinator/secondary coach in 2009.

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Seahawks-Coaching Changes

seahawks blueKris Richard has been promoted to defensive coordinator for the Seattle Seahawks, replacing Dan Quinn, who took over as head coach in Atlanta. The Seahawks announced Richard's promotion Monday. Richard seemed to be the likely candidate to replace Quinn all along and that became even more apparent after Ken Norton Jr. left the Seahawks defensive staff last week

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Seattle MF Osvaldo Alonso Could Miss First 2 Games Of Season

Seattle Sounders midfielder Osvaldo Alonso could miss the first two games of the MLS regular season after undergoing groin surgery. Seattle coach Sigi Schmid said Monday that Alonso's recovery time is not completely known. Schmid said it could be two weeks before he starts training again, or it could be as long as six to eight weeks before the talented defensive midfielder can get back on the field. Alonso had surgery late last week in Southern California to remove scar tissue that was impinging on a nerve. Schmid said the team was pleased the surgery was not more extensive. Seattle opens the season on March 8 hosting New England and is home against San Jose on March 14 before having a two-week break prior to its next league match. TUKWILA, Wash. (AP) – February 10, 2015

Bike Sold For Charity

MBennett-bikeThe police bicycle that Seattle Seahawks player Michael Bennett rode to celebrate the team's NFC Championship has been auctioned off for charity. The Seattle Police Department bicycle fetched $10,000 during a benefit for the Seattle Police Foundation on Saturday.

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Sports Recap - Feb. 9

sports bbfloorWashington St-Oregon
EUGENE, Ore. (AP) - Joseph Young just missed a triple double with 29 points, 10 rebounds and eight assists as Oregon beat Washington State 95-72 on Sunday. Dwayne Benjamin added 25 points for Oregon (17-7, 7-4 Pac-12), which raced to a 52-28 halftime lead on the way to its fifth win in its last six games.

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