"From the conversations I've had with him, he's really been remorseful and he's been humbled along the way.'
When it’s supposed to be a battle of two explosive offenses, the Arizona Cardinals and the Seattle Seahawks will go at each others’ throats and finish overtime with a 6-6 tie. If it’s supposed to be Cardinals rookie quarterback Kyler Murray holding a fourth-quarter lead and needing to put away veteran Russell Wilson, it will end up as Arizona backup Brett Hundley doing it instead. Lately, home field has meant nothing.
As the Seahawks move toward an NFC West showdown that has been moved to prime time, it’s looking like they won’t have the cornerstone of their defense. Safety Jamal Adams didn’t practice on Thursday, with a groin injury he suffered 25 days ago. He also didn’t practice on Wednesday. It was believed that Adams had [more]