- Seattle, WA
Stephen A. proclaims Wilson the NFL's best QB this season
Dalvin Cook 8 Yd Run (Dan Bailey Kick)
12 plays, 77 yards, 6:12
Dan Bailey 52 Yd Field Goal
17 plays, 64 yards, 10:13
Dan Bailey 46 Yd Field Goal
11 plays, 57 yards, 1:37
Will Dissly 19 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Jason Myers Kick)
4 plays, 58 yards, 1:42
DK Metcalf 13 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Jason Myers Kick)
2 plays, 15 yards, 0:39
Chris Carson 29 Yd Run (Jason Myers Kick)
1 play, 29 yards, 0:07
Adam Thielen 3 Yd pass from Kirk Cousins (Two-Point Run Conversion Failed)
11 plays, 77 yards, 4:23
Adam Thielen 6 Yd pass from Kirk Cousins (Dan Bailey Kick)
15 plays, 97 yards, 8:11
DK Metcalf 6 Yd pass from Russell Wilson (Two-Point Pass Conversion Failed)
13 plays, 94 yards, 1:42
Le'Veon Bell apologizes for comments about Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid, but does not 'regret at all what I said'
Admitting in a series of social media posts Sunday night that his thoughts about coach Andy Reid should have been kept to himself, former Chiefs running back Le'Veon Bell said he does not regret feeling the way he feels after one season in Kansas City.
Miami Dolphins reach three-year, $39 million extension with LB Jerome Baker
The Dolphins and linebacker Jerome Baker have agreed to a three-year, $39 million extension, including $28.4 million guaranteed, agent Drew Rosenhaus told ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Will Odell Beckham Jr. be back to his best after ACL injury?
Jeremy Fowler reports on how Odell Beckham Jr. is progressing following his ACL injury last season.
Cleveland Browns' Jarvis Landry says Odell Beckham Jr. looks 'amazing' after knee surgery
After working out with him last week in Texas, Jarvis Landry says Browns teammate Odell Beckham Jr. is "ready to go" after having knee surgery last year.
Le'Veon Bell says he'd retire before playing for Kansas City Chiefs coach Andy Reid in social media post
Le'Veon Bell, responding to a comment on Instagram about his time with the Chiefs in 2020, said, "I'd never play for Andy Reid again ... I'd retire first.''
Bucs' public relations staff wins Rozelle Award from PFWA
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers public relations staff has won the Pete Rozelle Award from the Professional Football Writers of America for its work in a Super Bowl-winning season that included the free agent addition of quarterback Tom Brady.