While rookie phenom Russell Wilson is mainly responsible for Seattle's recent offensive fireworks, the O-line in front of him has also excelled.
PFW’s Dan Arkush focuses on Vikings DRE Jared Allen vs. Seahawks OLT Russell Okung in the Vikings-Seahawks game Sunday in Seattle.
After being “under siege” in Week One according to their head coach, it appears disorder has returned to the Seahawks’ O-line.
Another changing of more than just the guards is coming for the offensive line after OLT Russell Okung's torn pectoral ended Seattle's 31-14 win over the Eagles on a down note.
Seahawks OLT Russell Okung tore his pectoral muscle in Thursday night's win over the Eagles and will reportedly miss the rest of the season.
Injuries have limited Seattle's offensive line. But the biggest problem has been the inconsistency with so much youth being served.
It appears Cardinals veteran OLG Alan Faneca is in no rush at all to decide whether or not he wants to continue his playing career.
Seahawks GM John Schneider told PFW at the NFL Scouting Combine that he couldn't be more excited about the progress he is expecting from the team's two first-round picks last season — OT Russell Okung and FS Earl Thomas.
Rookie OLT Russell Okung played one of his best games of the season against DE Julius Peppers, who was held to two tackles as the Bears failed to sack QB Matt Hasselbeck in Week Six.
Of the five Cardinals named as Pro Bowl alternates, PK Jay Feely is the player who most deserved the honor, according to NFC West Whispers.
With their offense unable to score in the first three quarters for a second straight week, and their defense surrendering touchdowns on five straight first-half possessions, Seattle looked clueless in a 41-7 thumping by the Giants that does not bode ...
In addition to getting beaten to a pulp by the suddenly red-hot Raiders in Week Eight, the Seahawks' already ailing roster was further depleted by a new rash of injuries, including a knee injury to DE Red Bryant.
Hardly concerned about style points, Pete Carroll’s Seahawks snapped a four-game losing streak to the division-rival Cardinals Sunday despite an offense that had trouble scoring touchdowns and the loss of first-round OLT Russell Okung with another ankle injury.
Although he has had his share of problems, especially as a pass blocker, Cardinals third-year ORT Brandon Keith is unlikely to give up his starting job, according to NFC West Whispers.
Even the elite players are going to have a bad day once in a while. Julius Peppers had his on Sunday, which was surprising.