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January 8, 2005
Today St. Louis at Seattle RAMS: Doubtful: RB Arlen Harris (hamstring). Questionable: DE Tyoka Jackson (ankle); DE Leonard Little (groin); G Tom Nutten (knee). Probable: WR Isaac Bruce (hip); LB Brandon Chillar (shoulder); DE Bryce Fisher (ankle). SEAHAWKS: Out: DT Marcus Tubbs (ankle); WR Jerheme Urban (foot). Doubtful: DE Grant Wistrom (knee). Questionable: LB Niko Koutouvides (knee); TE Itula Mili (thigh); CB Bobby Taylor (knee). Probable: WR Darrell Jackson (hamstring); WR Koren Robinson (hip)
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December 14, 2006
Today San Francisco at Seattle 49ERS -- Out: TE Eric Johnson (Knee); LB Derek Smith (Hamstring); T Adam Snyder (Knee). Questionable: LB Jeff Ulbrich (Foot). Probable: DT Anthony Adams (Knee); CB Shawntae Spencer (Ankle);T Jonas Jennings (Ankle). SEAHAWKS -- Out: C Robbie Tobeck (Hip); WR Darrell Jackson (Toe); TE Itula Mili (Concussion). Questionable: DT Rocky Bernard (Foot); G Floyd Womack (Groin); WR Bobby Engram (Illness). Probable: DE Joe Tafoya (Calf). Saturday Dallas at Atlanta COWBOYS -- Questionable: RB Oliver Hoyte (Knee)
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By Los Angeles Times | January 4, 2004
NFC wild card Seattle (10-6) at Green Bay (10-6) Time: 1 p.m. TV: Chs. 45, 5. Line: Packers by 7 1/2 . Record vs. spread: Seahawks 9-5, Packers 10-6. Series: Packers lead 5-4. Last meeting: Packers won, 35-13, on Oct. 5 at Green Bay. Story line: The Packers have the feel of a team of destiny. From QB Brett Favre's remarkable performance after his father's death to securing a playoff bid thanks to an improbable victory by Arizona, the Packers have momentum. The Seahawks are 2-6 on the road.
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By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | December 14, 2006
49ers (5-8) @ Seahawks (8-5) Time, TV -- 8, NFL Network Line -- Seahawks by 9 1/2 Last meeting -- 49ers won, 20-14, at San Francisco on Nov. 19, 2006. Key stat -- The Seahawks are 5-1 at home, losing only to the Vikings. The buzz -- The Seahawks' Matt Hasselbeck missed the teams' first meeting, and it was RB Shaun Alexander's first game back from injury. The Seahawks are still fighting injuries and will go without WR Darrell Jackson (toe), but they have enough to wrap up their third straight NFC West title.
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By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | December 14, 2006
49ers (5-8) @ Seahawks (8-5) Time, TV -- 8, NFL Network Line -- Seahawks by 9 1/2 Last meeting -- 49ers won, 20-14, at San Francisco on Nov. 19, 2006. Key stat -- The Seahawks are 5-1 at home, losing only to the Vikings. The buzz -- The Seahawks' Matt Hasselbeck missed the teams' first meeting, and it was RB Shaun Alexander's first game back from injury. The Seahawks are still fighting injuries and will go without WR Darrell Jackson (toe), but they have enough to wrap up their third straight NFC West title.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 24, 2003
Matt Hasselbeck's comments after yesterday's 44-41 overtime loss to the Ravens began with I don't knows, I can't recalls and I guess sos. But who could blame the Seattle Seahawks quarterback for his purple haze? In one day, he had endured a miserable beginning to dominate one of the NFL's best defenses, only to lose a game of inches. "The game was so long," said Hasselbeck, a fifth-year veteran from Boston College whose team fell to 1-4 in road games this year. "With everything that went on, it's hard to remember it all."
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By Alex Marvez and Alex Marvez,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | December 10, 2006
Ten items causing buzz around the NFL: One Martin Gramatica -- The kicker capped his Dallas debut with a 46-yard field goal with one second left to give the Cowboys a 23-20 win over the Giants last week. He replaced Mike Vanderjagt, who was released Nov. 27. Gramatica said Vanderjagt called after the game to congratulate him. Two Willis McGahee -- The Bills running back has rushed for 538 yards and four touchdowns in his past four games against the Jets, giving him ammunition in his trash-talking battle with New York linebacker Jonathan Vilma, his former college teammate at Miami.
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April 30, 2007
Moves Baseball BRAVES -- Traded OF Ryan Langerhans to Athletics for player to be named or cash. NATIONALS -- Placed P Jerome Williams on 15-day DL with sprained left ankle. Activated P Ray King from 15-day DL. ORIOLES -- Activated P Jaret Wright from 15-day DL. Optioned Jim Johnson to Triple-A Norfolk. ROCKIES -- Optioned P Ryan Speier to Triple-A Colorado Springs. Recalled P Denny Bautista from Colorado Springs. WHITE SOX -- Placed DH Jim Thome on 15-day DL, retroactive to April 28, with muscle strain in right rib cage.
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By Alex Marvez and Alex Marvez,South Florida Sun-Sentinel | December 10, 2006
Ten items causing buzz around the NFL: One Martin Gramatica -- The kicker capped his Dallas debut with a 46-yard field goal with one second left to give the Cowboys a 23-20 win over the Giants last week. He replaced Mike Vanderjagt, who was released Nov. 27. Gramatica said Vanderjagt called after the game to congratulate him. Two Willis McGahee -- The Bills running back has rushed for 538 yards and four touchdowns in his past four games against the Jets, giving him ammunition in his trash-talking battle with New York linebacker Jonathan Vilma, his former college teammate at Miami.
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By Los Angeles Times | January 4, 2004
NFC wild card Seattle (10-6) at Green Bay (10-6) Time: 1 p.m. TV: Chs. 45, 5. Line: Packers by 7 1/2 . Record vs. spread: Seahawks 9-5, Packers 10-6. Series: Packers lead 5-4. Last meeting: Packers won, 35-13, on Oct. 5 at Green Bay. Story line: The Packers have the feel of a team of destiny. From QB Brett Favre's remarkable performance after his father's death to securing a playoff bid thanks to an improbable victory by Arizona, the Packers have momentum. The Seahawks are 2-6 on the road.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | November 24, 2003
Matt Hasselbeck's comments after yesterday's 44-41 overtime loss to the Ravens began with I don't knows, I can't recalls and I guess sos. But who could blame the Seattle Seahawks quarterback for his purple haze? In one day, he had endured a miserable beginning to dominate one of the NFL's best defenses, only to lose a game of inches. "The game was so long," said Hasselbeck, a fifth-year veteran from Boston College whose team fell to 1-4 in road games this year. "With everything that went on, it's hard to remember it all."
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