Lynch Seeking Larger Contract, Will Not ReportPosted:
Will Marshawn Lynch missing Training Camp hurt the Seahawks heading into the 2014 season?
Thank you for participating in our poll. Here are the results so far:
- No, Lynch deserves a bigger contract and more Skittles.
- 38 votes
- Yes, Lynch should just show up and work out a contract later.
- 180 votes
Throwback Thursday Deb Greenough
Red Lodge native Deb Greenough will be inducted into the PRCA Hall of Fame in August. KULR-8 looks back on his career in professional rodeo.
Seahawks release 2018 schedule
Seattle is scheduled to play five prime-time games, including four at CenturyLink Field, marking the first time the Seahawks have hosted four prime-time games in a season.
Mariners drop 3rd straight to Astros, 9-2
Former Gonzaga Bulldogs pitcher Marco Gonzales picked up the loss today for the Mariners, despite giving up zero earned runs and striking out eight batters.
Ty Smith named team captain for Canada's U18 team
Smith, ranked 14th among all North American skaters by NHL Central Scouting ahead of June’s 2018 NHL Entry Draft.
Mariners drop 2nd straight to Astros, 7-1
Pitcher Mike Leake gave struck out seven batters, but gave up five earned runs in the loss.
Mariners surrender 9 hits in 4-1 loss to Astros
Reliever Dan Altavilla came into the game in the 6th inning, but gave up two runs and ultimately suffered the loss.
Mariners improve to 9-5 after win over Astros
The Mariners first run came in the 4th inning when Nelson Cruz hit a solo home run to left field and their second run came in the 7th inning off a Dee Gordon double.
Seahawks re-sign quarterback Austin Davis
The Seahawks made a handful of roster moves Monday as the team kicked off its offseason workout program, including the re-signing of quarterback Austin Davis.
Golden Knights Trainer Mike Muir Remembers Beginnings in Billings
Back in 1995, Mike Muir was just looking a foot in the door as he took an athletic training position with the Billings Bulls under then head coach Bliss Littler. Little did he know, that job would change his life.
Mariner bats help defeat A's 10-8
Saturday night the Seattle Mariner offense was scorching hot--pouring in 17 hits and four home runs en route to the 10-8 win over the Oakland Athletics. In the top of the 7th, Daniel Vogelbach delivered a 433-foot home run to right field that helped clinch the M's eighth victory of the season. Kyle Seager, Jean Segura and Mitch Haniger also chipped in home runs of their own as the M's improved to 8-4 on the season. They'll go for the series sweep Sunday afternoon with Felix Hernandez ...