A backup offensive tackle with the Seahawks has been jailed for suspicion of domestic violence. Chad Wheeler remained in the King County Jail Monday night after he was arrested Saturday morning. According to ESPN’s Brady Henderson, Wheeler is accused of assaulting a woman in an apartment in Kent.
The police report says Wheeler is accused of throwing a woman on a bed, strangling her before she lost consciousness and later picking a lock on a door to a bathroom, where the woman had fled to call 9-1-1 after she regained consciousness.
The Seahawks said in a statement obtained by ESPN, “we are aware of the situation and still gathering information.”
Wheeler appeared in five games with Seattle this season. He is a restricted free agent.
Sounds sign Schmetzer to stay in Seattle
The Seattle Sounders FC announced Monday that head coach Brian Schmetzer has agreed to a contract extension…
The Seattle native has led the Sounders to four MLS Cup appearances and two titles since taking over in the summer of 2016.
Sounders FC owner Arian Hanauer said, “Brian Schmetzer and I have an almost 20-year history of working together. Although I never doubted Brian would be back in 2021 and beyond, I am grateful he will continue to lead the Sounders FC for years to come.”
Schmetzer said, “It is with great pride that I will be able to continue coaching a club with such a rich history and tradition and positive community influence. I’d like to thank club ownership for this opportunity, as well as all of the current and former players, coaches and staff that have helped build something here I’m very proud of.”
Men’s college hoops returns Thursday
Here’s what is coming up in men’s college basketball this week…
Washington State plays at Colorado tomorrow night at 6 on ESPN-U. No. 1 Gonzaga travels to San Diego Thursday night at 6. After a day off, the Bulldogs will play at Pepperdine Saturday at 5 on ESPN-2. Washington will host Washington State Sunday at Alaska Airlines Arena at 5 o’clock on the Pac-12 Network.
Women’s schedule resumes Wednesday
On the women’s side this week…
Washington makes up its game at Oregon State today at 4 o’clock. Washington State will host No. 6 Stanford tomorrow night at 6:30 on the Pac-12 Network. No. 18 Gonzaga plays at Pacific Thursday at 7.
The busy women’s schedule continues on Friday when Washington State will host No. 6 Stanford once again in Pullman at Noon. Cal has COVID running through its program so its weekend games against Washington and Washington State had to be postponed.
No. 18 Gonzaga visits Saint Mary’s Saturday at 1 o’clock. Washington hosts the Cardinal Sunday at 1 o’clock on the Pac-12 Network.
Sutter’s hat trick puts Canucks over Senators
In the only game in the NHL Monday, Vancouver clobbered Ottowa 7-to-1…
Brandon Sutter had a hat trick for the Canucks in the victory in Vancouver.
The early games have Pittsburgh in Boston; the Rangers in Buffalo; New Jersey hosts Philadelphia; the Islanders are in Washington; and Columbus hosts Nashville. The 5 o’clock games have Edmonton in Winnipeg while Minnesota hosts Los Angeles. Detroit skates at Dallas at 5:30. The late games have St. Louis at Vegas; Toronto in Calgary; Colorado hosting San Jose; and Anaheim in Phoenix to face Arizona.
Seahawks Top-10 plays of 2020
While the Buccaneers and Chiefs are preparing for Super Bowl 55 in two weeks, the Seahawks are resting and retooling for next season. The search for a new offensive coordinator continues. And there are many questions about several players who have become unrestricted free agents.
And while the road ahead is a little blurry, the road behind can be seen clearly in the rear-view mirror. Seattle offered up its top 10 plays of the 2020 season. Today, we’ll show you the first 5 of the Top 10…
We’ll show you the Top 5 plays of the Seahawks season tomorrow.