• by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Seahawks WR Jermaine Kears leads team in receiving Monday

    Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse caught two passes (on two targets) for 84 yards in Monday night's win over the Lions.Kearse led the Seahawks in receiving yards thanks to a game-long 50 yard catch, which helped compensate for his mere two targets Monday. While Kearse caught both passes thrown his way, his 18 targets heading into Monday night's game suggested he might be more involved. To his credit, Kearse still managed a season-high 84 yards, which should result in more looks moving forward.

  • by RotoWire Staff | Special to CBSSports.com

    Seahawks WR Jermaine Kearse catches six passes for 76 yards

    Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse caught 6 of 6 targets for 76 yards in Sunday's 26-0 win over the Bears. Kearse made a couple of nice catches, including a long pass of 22 yards at one point. He rebounded nicely from last week's goose egg, and outperformed fellow wideout Doug Baldwin, who had just three catches for 35 yards Sunday. Next week, Kearse will face the Lions at home on Monday Night Football.

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Seahawks WR Jermaine Kearse signs RFA tender

    Seahawks wide receiver Jermaine Kearse signed his restricted free-agent tender on Tuesday, reportedly worth $2.356 million, according to ESPN.com. Kearse had his best season as a pro in 2014 with 38 receptions for 537 yards and one touchdown.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Seahawks extend second-round tender to RFA Jermaine Kearse,

    The Seahawks extended a second-round tender to restricted free agent wide receiver Jermaine Kearse, according to ESPN's Field Yates. He will make $2.356 million next year with the Seahawks, unless a team offers a second-round pick. Kearse turned 67 targets into 38 catches for 537 yards and one touchdown in 2014. He had four touchdown receptions in 2013.

  • by Brandon Wise | Staff Writer

    Seahawks' Russell Wilson throws game-winning touchdown pass

    Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson struggled for most of the NFC Championship Game, throwing four interceptions. However, when the game reached overtime, Wilson connected on two different plays for 35 yards each, including the game-winning touchdown to Jermaine Kearse to send Seattle to the Super Bowl. Wilson threw for 209 yards in the game and rushed for 25 yards, including a touchdown.

  • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

    Seahawks' Jermaine Kearse gets open deep against Panthers

    Seahawks wideout Jermaine Kearse broke free for some big plays against the Panthers on Saturday. Kearse only caught three balls, but managed to make the most of his chances. He was mainly used as a deep threat, and had a lot of success in that role. Kearse pulled in two passes that went for 33 yard gains, and also pulled off a 63 yard touchdown reception. Kearse's touchdown catch was particularly impressive. He was able to get a step ahead of his defender, but couldn't get both hands free. That didn't matter, as Kearse pulled the ball in his one hand as he raced toward the end zone for the score. Kearse will take on the winner of the Packers/Cowboys game in the NFC Championship.

  • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

    Seahawks' Marshawn Lynch cleared to play on Saturday

    As expected, Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch will play on Saturday against the Panthers. Lynch was listed as probable due to a back injury, but was never expected to miss the game. He's been battling the injury throughout the whole season, but has not missed a game. The team will also have Michael Bennett, Demarcus Dobbs, Cooper Helfet, Jermaine Kearse, Byron Maxwell and Tharold Simon for the game. All six players were also listed as probable going into the contest.

  • by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

    Seahawks relatively healthy for playoff opener

    The Seahawks have listed Jeron Johnson (elbow) out and tight end Tony Moeaki (calf) as questionable for Sunday's playoff opener against Carolina. The following players on Seattle's injury report were labeled as probable: Michael Bennett (not injury related), Demarcus Dobbs (ankle), Cooper Helfet (ribs), Jermaine Kearse (hamstring), Marshawn Lynch (back), Byron Maxwell (illness), Tharold Simon (shoulder) and Max Unger (knee, ankle).

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Seahawks WR Jermaine Kearse on track to play Saturday

    Seahawks wideout Jermaine Kearse, who missed the regular-season finale with a hamstring injury, is practicing Tuesday and should play Saturday against the Panthers, reports 710 ESPN Radio. Kearse caught 38 passes for 537 yards and a touchdown in 15 games. Seattle is an 11-point home favorite.

  • by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com

    Seahawks list inactives for Week 17

    The Seahawks have listed DE Demarcus Dobbs, TE Cooper Helfet, WR Jermaine Kearse, OL Keavon Milton, CB Tharold Simon and OL Max Unger as inactive Week 17 against the Rams. Both Dobbs and Kearse had been ruled out prior to the contest. Helfet, Simon and Unger all came into the game listed as questionable. Helfet is dealing with a rib injury. Simon has a shoulder issue. Unger is battling knee and ankle injuries. Milton is a healthy scratch.