Wagner proving to be the voice of the surprising Seahawks
SEATTLE -- Bobby Wagner walked to his locker and noticed there was perhaps a bit too much noise and laughter less than 24 hours after a loss. Wagner didn't raise his voice. He respectfully said a few words and the noise immediately died down. "His voice is bigger than ever and he's taken to it," Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. "He's embellished the role to become - he's really the voice of our guys. He's done a great job with handling that."