Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett made an appearance Monday on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” and expressed a desire to sit down with President Donald Trump to discuss the
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll made it clear the team is 100 percent behind Michael Bennett in the wake of an incident last month involving the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department.
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell on Wednesday night released a statement addressing an incident last month involving Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett and members of the Las Vegas Metropol
Colin Kaepernick on Wednesday took to Twitter to react to Michael Bennett’s recent allegations of misconduct by Las Vegas police officers.
Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett is among the most opinionated, outspoken, thoughtful and occasionally controversial players in the NFL.
Michael Bennett continues to be a provocative source of commentary on issues inside and outside the world of football.
Michael Bennett is among the most outspoken players and the NFL and has been a vocal supporter of Colin Kaepernick.
Michael Bennett completely supports the potential of adding of Colin Kaepernick to the Seattle Seahawks roster.
Count Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett among the contingent convinced Richard Sherman isn’t going anywhere, despite recent trade rumors.
Seattle Seahawks defensive lineman Michael Bennett may be one of the better players in the NFL, but he has career aspirations that go far beyond the gridiron.
Michael Bennett obviously is one of the most outspoken players in the NFL.
Jay Cutler recently was on the receiving end of some pretty harsh criticism courtesy of Michael and Martellus Bennett, both of whom savagely questioned his quarterbacking credentials.
The Seattle Seahawks are set to meet with Michael Bennett’s camp to work out terms on a new contract, according to reports from both the Seattle Times and ESPN.
Much has been made this season over how the Carolina Panthers — and specifically Cam Newton — have gone about their business, especially the unabashed way the team engages in what often seems to
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll acknowledged that defensive lineman Michael Bennett made a “real mistake” by going after Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton following an i