Seattle Seahawks offensive line coach and assistant head coach Tom Cable saw some improvement from his offensive line in week two. Especially as the game went on. "I thought I saw a much better second half -- obviously a really good finish to the game," he said on Wednesday. "Early, maybe [there was] not enough on rhythm with a back -- some misreads. [The offensive line] targeted much better than the week before and I thought it showed later in the game. Obviously at the end, it was pretty good. Targeting from week one to week two [was] 100 percent improvement in that regard. Cable thought his pass protection was inconsistent but wouldn't have his line held accountable for what he felt wasn't
The Seahawks listed cornerback Richard Sherman questionable last week with a hamstring injury. “I guess from what I understand the rules are for gamblers, for Vegas to make sure the odds and everything are what they are supposed to be, which is apparently what the league is concerned about when talking about injuries and things like that,’’ Sherman said, via Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times. Sherman blamed fantasy football, too.
A group of four players sent the NFL a memo in August requesting league support and asking for a month to be dedicated to social activism, not long after commissioner Roger Goodell reportedly had talked to several players regarding their game-day activism efforts. According to Yahoo! Sports, Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett, Philadelphia Eagles safety Malcolm Jenkins and wide receiver Torrey Smith, and former Arizona Cardinals wideout Anquan Boldin co-authored a 2,740-word document intended to push the NFL to honor activism in an effort "similarly to what the league already implements for breast cancer awareness, honoring military, etc." The letter was obtained by Yahoo! Sports