Seahawks Playing for Big Stakes in Finale vs. 49ers
The stakes for this season’s finale between fierce NFC West rivals Seattle and San Francisco are far more one-sided that a year ago.
Governor Jay Inslee Wins Third Term
Governors in Washington state aren’t subject to term limits, though most haven’t served more than two terms.
Seahawks Uncertain About Adams, Continue Wait for Gordon
The Seahawks continue to be uncertain about the status of safety Jamal Adams because of a groin injury suffered in Week 3. Seahawks did sign veteran linebacker Mychal Kendricks.
Governor Announces New COVID-19 Restrictions
Starting next Thursday, indoor dining at restaurants will be limited to members of the same household and alcohol service must end at 10 p.m.
Olsen Learning Seahawks System During a Different Offseason
It’s a different offseason for Greg Olsen. The veteran tight end was released by Carolina and eventually signed a $7 million, one-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks.
Seahawks Loaded up on the D-Edge, Still Waiting on Clowney
The Seahawks have added four edge rushers this offseason to try to bolster the pass rush. Seattle signed veterans Bruce Irvin and Benson Mayowa in free agency.
Seattle’s K.J. Wright on the Mend from Shoulder Surgery
Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider said starting linebacker K.J. Wright underwent offseason shoulder surgery and is unsure when he’ll be healthy.
Seahawks Releasing Veterans Britt, Fluker
The Seattle Seahawks are releasing Justin Britt and D.J. Fluker in a major overhaul of their offensive line that clears significant salary cap space.
WWE Cuts Wrestlers After Florida Deems it ‘Essential’
WWE has started releasing professional wrestlers in budget cuts related to the pandemic. The pro wrestling was deemed “essential” by Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis.
Ag News: China Promises to Make Good
W.H. economic adviser Larry Kudlow says China's president Xi has reassured President Trump that Beijing will meet purchase goals outlined in the Phase-One agreement.
Ag News: Beef Ban in NYC Schools
The New York City Council went forward with a citywide ban on processed meats in New York City schools, meaning no more bologna, salami, pepperoni or bacon.
Ag News: Protected Agriculture in Mexico
As of 2018, there were about 126,000 acres of protected agriculture in Mexico, a huge jump from the 325 acres planted in 2003.