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Christine Michael

Are The Seattle Seahawks Running Away From The Future At Running Back?

The last time the Seattle Seahawks invested a high (second-round) draft pick on a running back was in 2013, when they selected Christine Michael out of Texas A&M with what was their first selection in that draft. That’s par for the course in Seattle. To uncover the last time the Seahawks invested that high of […]

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Seattle Seahawks Hope Jimmy Graham Doesn’t Turn Into Percy Harvin

“[Michael] Bennett was also asked about the team’s trade for [Jimmy] Graham, who he famously labeled ‘soft’ and ‘overrated’ following a playoff game in 2014.  ‘I still feel the same way,’ Bennett said. ‘Just because he’s on my team I don’t stop feeling that way. Obviously I’m going to be a better teammate to him […]

Russell Wilson

Keep On Dreaming, Russell Wilson … But Not About Baseball

There was quite a buzz over the weekend on various sports outlets and on social media, stemming from the interview Bryant Gumbel of HBO’s Real Sports conducted with Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson. In the interview, Wilson is quoted as saying that “{I} never want to kill the dream of playing two sports,” the second […]

John Schneider

A (Sort Of) Conversation With Seattle Seahawks GM John Schneider

Not long after the NFL owner’s meetings convened, I sat down for a conversation with Seattle Seahawks General Manager, and close personal friend, John Schneider. The following exchange took place in a seedy bar in a sketchy section of Scottsdale, AZ. And completely in my own mind. Brad Stickney (BS): Bro, good to see you. […]

Super Bowl

Anything Less Than A Super Bowl Victory Would Be Disappointing For The Seattle Seahawks

The conclusion to Super Bowl 49; it’s the foul smog that still suffocates the air of the Seattle Seahawks faithful. In all my years of watching football, I’ve never experienced such a powerful “WTF” moment after what transpired when the clock hit zero. To this day, it still invokes painful grimaces and also sparks conspiracy […]

Full House

Full House – The NFC West

In honor of the hotly awaited reboot of “Full House” that everyone has been dying to see*, I bring to the insatiable masses the NFC West as Full House characters. *Statement above may be a complete fabrication Uncle Jesse- The San Francisco 49ers Who can forget bad-boy turned soccer dad Jesse Katsopolis. If you have […]

NFL: San Francisco 49ers at Oakland Raiders

In Memorium – The Life And Death Of An NFL Rivalry

Ever since the gut-wrenching conclusion to Super Bowl XLIX, I have been left with a hollow void inside. Where once I had purpose and spirit, now only uncertainty and angst govern my daily existence. I am truly lost. But that goal line interception, played ad nauseum on highlight shows to the agony of 12’s everywhere, […]

NFL: Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans

Seattle Seahawks Free Agency To Date

After everything that’s happened in the last week, it seemed like a good idea to start off this one with a quick recap of how things stand (as of this moment, anyway) with the Seattle Seahawks and their own free agents.  A few of these signings technically occurred just prior to the official start of […]

Jimmy Graham

The Seattle Seahawks’ Newest Solution To An Old Problem

The Seattle Seahawks have decided to play coy with NFL free agency thus far into the 2015 NFL year. That doesn’t mean all’s quiet on the veteran acquisition front. In fact, the Seahawks are exhibiting the same approach as always when it comes to top receiver talent: let’s go shopping. The shot heard ‘round the […]

Zach Miller

Is History Bound To Repeat Itself In Seattle?

My article last week was completely nullified by the Seattle Seahawks trading their 31st pick in the draft for New Orleans Saints Pro-Bowl tight end

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Legion Of Banged Up – With The 31st pick In The NFL Draft, The Seattle Seahawks Select …

With the free agent signing frenzy just beginning, the Seattle Seahawks have remained pretty quiet aside from re-signing Marshawn Lynch.  With around $20 million dollars in cap space for 2015, Seattle will turn to the draft to address certain needs they have on the team.  One of those needs is at the cornerback position. The […]

Brandon Marshall

The Seattle Seahawks And The Free Agent Field

Free agency begins on March 10th and all indicators point to the Seattle Seahawks being very active. While the Seahawks don’t have a mountain of money to spend like the Oakland Raiders ($63 million), they do have a respectable $30 million available to retool an already impressive Super Bowl roster. It is hard to pin-point […]

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