When the boogeyman goes to sleep, who does he check the closet for? The 12th Man will tell you. Click through the photos for the answer.
Many players talk about overcoming obstacles to get to the biggest football game of the year, the Super Bowl. But Seattle Seahawks fullback Derrick Coleman has a unique one: he's legally deaf. (Jan. 28)
Members of the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos answer reporter questions at Super Bowl XLVIII Media Day Tuesday, Jan. 28, 2014, in Newark N.J.
WSB's Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the biggest collection of bums, crackpots, jerks and idiots are those who cover sporting events on a regular basis. And that ramps up at Super Bowl Media Day.
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says if you are looking to fall asleep early on Sunday to jump start your new week, then watching the NFL Pro Bowl may just be for you.
NFL officials say they treated this week's snowstorm as a dress rehearsal for the Super Bowl. Officials say they met a self-imposed deadline of removing snow from the stadium within 18 hours, and will be ready if snow hits before the big game. (Jan. 23)
The Seahawks' most outspoken player, cornerback Richard Sherman, talks at a news conference several days after his outburst after the team won the NFC Championship game.
Photos: Cheerleaders show spirit at NFL playoffs
WSB Sports Director Tony Schiavone says the post game interview by Richard Sherman of Seattle proves that everywhere you look in sports, you see the fingerprints of professional wrestling. And he should know.