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Tom Cable

Tom Cable May Have A Blind Spot

Column written by Brian Nemhauser of HawkBlogger.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News Let me start by saying Tom Cable is one of my favorite coaches on the Seahawks. He stopped the never-ending turnstile of offensive line coaches and instilled a toughness the Seahawks had not seen on the line since Walter Jones, Steve Hutchinson […]

St Louis Rams v Seattle Seahawks

The Numbers Say Beast Mode Should Report To Camp

Friday saw the start of Seattle Seahawks training camp with the glaring absence of starting running back Marshawn Lynch, who is holding out, presumably, for more money or an extension.  While the sudden retirement of wide receiver Sidney Rice frees up some cap space, the Seahawks, so far, don’t seem inclined to move that savings […]

Terrelle Pryor

Will This Be A Down Year For The Seattle Seahawks?

The Seattle Seahawks have every reason to be excited during this offseason. They finished the season with a 16-3 record, never lost a game by more than 7, and were on the winning side of one of the most lopsided Super Bowl victories ever against a team that had just put together one of the […]

Ray Rice

Ray Rice’s Punishment Is An Insult To Football Fans

Amazing what having a nice chat with your boss can do for your job.  According to reports, because Ray Rice had a “good” meeting with NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, his suspension for domestic abuse and third-degree assault is only two games and a $58,000 fine.  Rice will also be in a diversion program to avoid […]

Appalachian State

One More Sunday – Football Is Almost Back

We’ve all been there. That mixed-bag feeling of being excited that training camps are opening, and the realization that you’re actually excited to hear that training camps are opening. But fear not, fellow football fan, for you are not alone. There is a nation of rabid college and NFL fans that are have been getting […]

Russell Wilson

The Myth Of 4,000 Yard Quarterbacks

Column courtesy of Brian Nemhauser and HawkBlogger.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News Passing Muster Seattle Seahawks fans have heard it before. Some even are guilty of it themselves. Russell Wilson has won a Super Bowl, and is entering his third season, so the team should lean on him more and pass more often. Others […]

Aaron Rodgers

No Offense, But The Green Bay Packers Outshine The Seattle Seahawks On Offense

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson is a great quarterback. There. I said it. And I mean it. I also mean it when I say, “He’s no Aaron Rodgers.” Rodgers, of the soon-to-be-visiting (but not soon enough) Green Bay Packers, has generated some offseason headlines over the past few days, as media outlets have filled the […]

Ray Rice

It’s ‘Stupid Season’ Time In The NFL

The NFL’s stupid season is upon us. If you’re an NFL coach, general manager or owner, this is the time of year you fear the most. The four or five weeks between the close of your final offseason mini-camp and the start of training camp at the end of July is crazy time. It’s when […]

Tharold Simon

Seattle Seahawks – Tharold Simon Pressing For Snaps

Column from Brian Nemhauser at HawkBlogger.com. Tharold Simon made a lot of noise with his long-awaited debut on the practice field. Everyone that saw him play was impressed by the potential that he displayed. The obvious question that follows is how and when might he see the field? The answer may not be what you […]

Kevin Williams

Kevin Williams – A Luxury Addition For The Seattle Seahawks

Written by Brian Nemhauser, writer for HawkBlogger.com The Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks boasted the best defense in the NFL last season, and one of the best in NFL history. They reached that peak by throwing wave after wave of top-shelf talent at opponents. Some of that depth was lost this off-season, opening opportunities for […]

Marshawn Lynch

Marshawn, Marshawn, Marshawn. What Are You Doing?

If you ask me, it’s too early for a fantasy football frenzy. Yet a frenzy is just what we got, according to NFL.com, when Seattle Seahawks Offensive Coordinator Darrell Bevell stated last week that the Seahawks aim to go with a “running back by committee” approach this season. While I can’t be worried about the […]

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