With RB Shaun Alexander ailing, the Seahawks adopted a pass-first mentality on Monday night. Look for the approach to stick, writes John Clayton.
With its two stars -- Shaun Alexander and Matt Hasselbeck -- back, Seattle's ready for the stretch run, writes John Clayton.
Halfback Shaun Alexander will have another X-ray of his injured foot Tuesday morning, but there is no guarantee he will be able to play in Sunday's game against the Rams.
The last five Super Bowl losers have been under .500 the following season. To avoid that fate, the Seahawks know they need to be even better in 2006.
Shaun Alexander helped carry the Seahawks to the Super Bowl. But will that be enough to ensure that he remains a Seahawk?
RB Shaun Alexander, the league's MVP, owes much of his success to the three-receiver sets often run by Seattle's offense.
With Shaun Alexander sidelined, Matt Hasselbeck lifted Seattle to its first playoff win in 21 years.
Shaun Alexander is having his best season in the NFL. But despite that, his future in Seattle remains up in the air.
One year after missing out on the rushing title, Shaun Alexander got the chance to put his name in the record book Sunday.
As they have all season long, the Seahawks made a habit of cashing in once they reached the red zone on Sunday.
The Seahawks did the improbable on Sunday -- won the type of wild, close game they have typically lost in the past.
Despite being among the NFL's leading rushers, Shaun Alexander and Edgerrin James failed to land deals.
Add Seahawks franchise halfback Shaun Alexander to join the competition for finding a trading partner in a tight, tough market for tradable running backs.
Seattle and swagger usually don't belong together. However, Mike Holmgren has a confident bunch.
With Trent Dilfer's status a little shaky, the Seahawks could be thin at backup QB.