Jermaine Kearse's big moment gave way to a low-key celebration

Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse met with the media on Monday, a day after going from goat to hero in Seattle's win over Green Bay in the NFC title game.

Carroll: Seahawks still waiting for MRI results on Sherman, Thomas

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said the team is still awaiting the MRI results on cornerback Richard Sherman and free safety Earl Thomas, who were both injured in the NFC title game a day earlier.

Carroll: "Really fun" and "a little bit personal" to face Pats in Super Bowl

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll will become only the fourth head coach to face his former team in the Super Bowl. He talked briefly about his history with the Patriots when he joined "Brock and Salk" on Monday.

Carroll: "Really fun" and "a little bit personal" to face Pats in Super Bowl

Seahawks coach Pete Carroll will become only the fourth head coach to face his former team in the Super Bowl. He talked briefly about his history with the Patriots when he joined "Brock and Salk" on Monday.

Playing hurt, Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas show their grit

Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman and free safety Earl Thomas both played through injuries they sustained during the NFC title game. "That's just total guts," coach Pete Carroll said.

Video: Doug Baldwin rips Seahawks' doubters in postgame rant

Another NFC title game. Another emotionally-charged rant right afterward. This time it was courtesy of Doug Baldwin, who aimed his words at anyone who doubted that the Seahawks could do what they had just done.

Jermaine Kearse redeems drops with game-winning touchdown

After letting a pair of passes bounce off his hands for interceptions, Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse hauled in the game-winning touchdown pass in overtime.

Carroll says Sherman, Thomas should be OK for Super Bowl

Cornerback Richard Sherman and free safety Earl Thomas both played through injuries in the second half of Seattle's win over Green Bay. "We think they'll be fine," coach Pete Carroll said afterward.

Britt questionable for NFC title game; Bailey "ready to go" if needed

Seahawks right tackle Justin Britt will be a game-time decision for Sunday's NFC title game, listed as questionable because of a sore knee. Backup Alvin Bailey would start if Britt is unable to play.

Alice in Chains to perform at halftime of NFC title game

Seattle-based rock band Alice in Chains will perform at halftime of Sunday's NFC title game, the Seahawks announced on Friday.

Dan Quinn: "No hard feelings" if he misses out on head-coaching job

Seahawks defensive coordinator Dan Quinn is up for several head-coaching vacancies, but he could be passed up if interested teams decide to fill their vacancies before he comes available after Seattle's playoff run.

Seahawks Thursday injury report: Britt, McDaniel both return

Right tackle Justin Britt and defensive tackle Tony McDaniel both returned to practice on Thursday after sitting out Wednesday, good signs regarding each player's status for Sunday's NFC title game.

Richard Sherman hoping for busier day in Seahawks-Packers rematch

After Aaron Rodgers and the Packers avoided throwing toward Richard Sherman altogether in Week 1, Seattle's All-Pro cornerback was more frustrated than flattered.

Doug Baldwin has seen connection with Russell Wilson grow

Russell Wilson and Doug Baldwin have the all-important connection between a quarterback and his go-to receiver, and as Baldwin explained on Wednesday, that has grown a great deal this season.

Seahawks Wednesday injury report: Britt, McDaniel listed as DNP

The first injury report of the week included a pair of surprises for Seattle as right tackle Justin Britt and defensive tackle Tony McDaniel are both listed as having not participated in practice on Wednesday.

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