Seahawks’ Russell Wilson: ‘I don’t even want to talk about football’

“To be honest with you, I don’t even want to talk about football right now,” Wilson said during a video conference Wednesday. “You know, that’s a thing that I don’t even know what that looks like down the road or anything else. I think that none of that matters. I can’t compare football to life and what the black community is going through right now.”

Former Seahawks WR Nate Burleson talks Seahawks, Wilson and NFL on "Q It Up Sports"

Former Seahawks receiver and Seattle native Nate Burleson joined Q13 Fox Sports Director Aaron Levine on "Q It Up Sports" Sunday night to talk about whether he thinks the NFL season will go on this fall, his thoughts on Russell Wilson and the NFL getting rid of replay review for pass interference.Burleson is currently an analyst on the CBS Network pregame and postgame show, along with the NFL Network's "Good Morning Football" and is a correspondent for "Extra."He also took part in our weekly Trivia Challenge against Demetrious Johnson, which can be found in a separate post.Interview above.

NFL releases full 2020 season schedule, with 1st game set for September 10

LOS ANGELES -- Football fans had reason to celebrate on Thursday as the NFL released its full 2020 schedule, with the first game of the season set for Sept. 10, when the Texans will play the Chiefs.Dates and locations for all preseason and regular season games were announced on each team's Twitter accounts on Thursday ahead of the full schedule, which was made available online at the NFL’s website.RELATED: Seattle Seahawks 2020 schedule announced

Marshawn Lynch tells ESPN his agent 'in talks' with Seattle

SEATTLE - In a time of nearly no sports news, Seattle fans are yearning for a hint of something to get excited about.Well, here's something.Running back Marshawn Lynch appeared on Sportscenter Monday night to talk with host Scott Van Pelt.

Former Seahawks QB Tarvaris Jackson killed in car crash

Former Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson died in a car crash in Alabama Sunday evening, according to NFL Network reporter Ian Rappaport.He was 36.Jackson was drafted in the second round of the 2006 NFL Draft and played four seasons with the Minnesota Vikings from 2006 to 2010 before signing with the Seahawks.

Singing, dancing and cooking: How Seattle athletes are entertaining their fans amid a pandemic

SEATTLE -- Sports are a form of entertainment, which makes the athletes themselves, well, entertainers.So, in a time when there are no sports to play, in a time when everyone seems just a little stir crazy – that entertainment has continued in many forms.There's the singing, the dancing, the cooking and, of course, the gaming.From Russell Wilson and Walter Jones showing us their family moves to Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe belting out Avril Lavigne tunes, to DK Metcalf helping us whip up some dinner, our hometown superstars are giving us ways to cope:

AP Source: Greg Olsen agrees to 1-year deal with Seahawks

CHARLOTTE, N.C. — A person familiar with the situation says tight end Greg Olsen has agreed to terms on a one-year, $7 million contract with the Seattle Seahawks.The person spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity Tuesday because the terms of the deal were not announced by the team.Olsen was released by the Panthers earlier this month after nine seasons with the team amid a rebuilding process under first-year coach Matt Rhule.The three-time Pro Bowl selection has caught 718 passes for 8,444 yards receiving and 59 touchdowns during his 14-year NFL career.

Seahawks DE Jadaveon Clowney shares childhood challenges to support local kids

SEATTLE -- We have all seen Seahawks defensive end Jadaveon Clowney tear down opposing offenses.But away from football, he's building bonds with kids who have a parent locked up in prison, and he has a very personal reason for investing in them.Clowney has delivered some of the Seahawks' most memorable plays of the season.