Sports enterprise and investigative reporter for Seattle Times. A reader claims: Like a terrier on a rat. Bite down hard, shake him till head flies off.

Seahawks rank 4th in NFL for fan loyalty

seattletimes.com — Inside sports business Three seasons removed from their lone Super Bowl victory, the Seahawks have nonetheless maintained one of the NFL's most marketable brands. So says Brand Keys, a longstanding New York firm that develops high-end predictive marketing metrics. Brand...

Carlos Delgado’s 2004 protest a reminder that we shouldn’t rush to judge Colin Kaepernick

seattletimes.com — Inside sports business San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick protesting perceived racial inequality by sitting through the national anthem reminded me instantly of a different athlete using similar tactics. In July 2004, I had highlighted a sitdown by Carlos Delgado...

PUERTO RICO HERALD: Citizen Carlos; Jays' Delgado Fights For Justice For The People Of A Small Puerto Rican Island Vieques Ravaged By Six Decades Of U.S. Weapons Testing, Writes Geoff Baker

puertorico-herald.org — Citizen Carlos; Jays' Delgado Fights For Justice For The People Of A Small Puerto Rican Island Vieques Ravaged By Six Decades Of U.S. Weapons Testing, Writes Geoff Baker

Hope Solo or Ryan Lochte: Whose earning potential was damaged more during Olympics?

seattletimes.com — Between swimmer Ryan Lochte and soccer goalkeeper Hope Solo, the U.S. didn't make many friends at last month's Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. But for all their damage on a global stage, the lingering question is: Who torched their career and earnings potential the most?

Secondary market for Seahawks’ tickets climbs to an average of $466 for a ticket

seattletimes.com — Share story A company tracking the nation's resale ticket market like no other has rendered its verdict: Seahawks seats are the priciest in football. The findings by New York-based TicketIQ - which last week rebranded from its prior TiqIQ name - shouldn't surprise anybody paying attention to what the Seahawks have done the past two offseasons.

Bellevue football coach Butch Goncharoff plans to sue after being removed from job

seattletimes.com — Goncharoff, who is on "non-disciplinary" leave, filed a tort notice against Bellevue High School, the Bellevue School District, the WIAA, Sea-King District 2 and the KingCo Conference, alleging he was banned from coaching without due process. Share story Bellevue High School football coach Butch Goncharoff has served notice of his intent to sue officials who removed him from his job.

Bellevue football parents, ex-booster club file lawsuit to overturn sanctions

seattletimes.com — The suit states that the sanctions against the program were based on an investigation that disregarded procedures, relied on "inferences and supposition" and found violations inappropriately and with poor interpretation of state and school-district rules. Share story Bellevue High School football parents and the team's former booster club filed a lawsuit Monday asking that sanctions against the program be overturned.

Bellevue football parents, ex-booster club file lawsuit to overturn sanctions

seattletimes.com — The suit states that the sanctions against the program were based on an investigation that disregarded procedures, relied on "inferences and supposition" and found violations inappropriately and with poor interpretation of state and school-district rules. Share story Bellevue High School football parents and the team's former booster club filed a lawsuit Monday asking that sanctions against the program be overturned.

TV company stare down means less games for Seahawks fans

seattletimes.com — Share story Seahawks fans are learning firsthand about the new dog-eat-dog realities of the television world. A dispute between Dish Network and the Chicago-based parent company of Q-13 Fox (and sister-station JOEtv) over carriage fees has resulted in the first two Seahawks exhibition games not airing for Seattle-area subscribers to the satellite provider.

New Bellevue football booster club to hold ‘kickoff’ fundraiser, save any donations for later

seattletimes.com — Sanctions upheld this month against the football program prohibit it from accepting booster money for at least two seasons. "We've got to make sure we're abiding by the sanctions, simple as that,'' said John Harrison, director of schools for the Bellevue School District.
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Sep 24, 2016

@PeterMagTX I would think they will need a complete off season to really transition.

Sep 24, 2016

RT @pgcornwell: The #Burlington shooting is the sixth mass shooting (4 or more people killed or wounded) in Washington this year. https://t.co/RDaP5NdErY

Sep 23, 2016

Story that's mentioned about Washington Post writer Dave Shenin and me in Buenos Aires back in 2001 is 100 percent true. Power of points... https://t.co/xTTtVo20Ui

Sep 23, 2016

RT @Matt_Calkins: "You need a white guy to join the fight" -- Michael Bennett. Will we see a white NFL player take a knee? https://t.co/eS9JhDIiRi


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