Seahawk’s Diggs says he wishes NFL was like NBA in owner-player relations


Prior to today’s Seahawks practice in Renton, Quandre Diggs met with reporters and said he supports the movement Wednesday across professional sports to conduct a protest boycott…

Quandre Diggs on Message 2020-08-28

Quandre Diggs on Message 2020-08-28

Russell Wilson said on ESPN radio in Seattle that if there was a game this weekend, the Seahawks probably wouldn’t play. Diggs said anything is possible as far as an NFL team protest, but he would like to see a shift in the relationship between players and owners in the NFL to more resemble the NBA…

Quandre Diggs Comparing NFL to NBA 2020-08-28

Quandre Diggs Comparing NFL to NBA 2020-08-28

As the Seahawks hit the home stretch of training camp, it seems they’d like to add depth on the offensive side of the ball. Former center Justin Britt and wide receiver Paul Richardson were brought in for visits on Wednesday. Following Wednesday’s mock game, coach Pete Carroll discussed having the former teammates in camp…

Pete Carroll on Visits by Britt and Richardson 2020-08-28

Pete Carroll on Visits by Britt and Richardson 2020-08-28

Britt was released in the off-season after tearing his ACL halfway through last year. Richardson was released from Washington after signing a free-agent contract and playing 17-games for the then, Redskins.

Coach Carroll emphasized how important Wednesday’s mock game was to evaluate players in game-like situations. He was particularly interested to see how the first-team defense looked on film…

Pete Carroll on Defensive Look 2020-08-28

Pete Carroll on Defensive Look 2020-08-28

Mariners squander big lead but still take 2-of-3 from San Diego

The Mariners were THIS (2-fingers gesture) close to sweeping all three games of its series in San Diego against one of the best teams in baseball yesterday…

Mariners blow big lead and lose to San Diego 10-7

Seattle was just an out away from winning the opener of a doubleheader yesterday, of which they claimed the nightcap to take two of three games from the Padres. But that’s when San Diego proved why they have one of the best records in baseball.

Wil Meyers’ walk-off, 3-run home run capped a 7-run, 7th inning as the Padres came back to beat Seattle 10-to-7. Taylor Williams got the first two outs but then walked the bases loaded as the wheels completely fell off. He ended up with the blown save and loss.

Seattle tops San Diego 8-3

Seattle gave Yusei Kikuchi big run-support in the first inning of Game 2, exploding for 6-runs and go on for an 8-3 victory. Jose Marmolejos followed his game one home run with a big swat in game two…

White came out of the first game of the doubleheader with discomfort in his right shoulder. He’s expected to be OK.

Prior to yesterday’s doubleheader, manager Scott Servais spoke out in favor of his player’s decision not to play Wednesday…

Scott Servais on Protest Day 2020-08-28

Scott Servais on Protest Day 2020-08-28

Seattle travels to Los Angeles to take on the Angels today at 6:40 with Nick Margevicius facing Andrew Heaney.

Mariners move up to 3rd in A-L West

Taking a look at the current standings in the American League West on our Les Schwab Scoreboard…

American League West Scoreboard

Seattle jumped into 3rd place in the standings, 9-and-a-half games behind Oakland and 5-back of Houston. The Angels come into tonight’s contest at 10-and-22, having lost eight of their last nine games. Yesterday’s game in Houston was postponed due to tropical storm Laura.

WVSO Race from last Saturday will air in it’s entirety Saturday night

Here’s what we have coming up this weekend on the sports schedule here on NCWLIFE Channel…

NCWLIFE Sports Schedule

It begins tonight as we pine for the days a year ago when things were “normal” and we could watch high school football on a Friday night. Wenatchee and Mount Si’s game from a year ago kicks off tonight at 6:30.

We have girls soccer tomorrow at 2 o’clock between Eastmont and Cashmere. Then at 6, we’ll air the entire broadcast that didn’t really get on the air last weekend at Wenatchee Valley’s Super Oval on Johnson Electric Night.

We’ll cap things Sunday with a volleyball doubleheader as Wenatchee hosts Sunnyside at 2 o’clock followed by Eastmont and Eisenhower at 7.