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Six Questions For The Seattle Seahawks

In this final stage of the NFL offseason, we find ourselves put on pause. It’s annoying. With the Seattle Seahawks’ players and coaches scattered across the world, getting some R ‘n’ R in before returning for training camp on July 31, the Seahawks still have some vital unanswered questions. It would be preferable to have […]

Tarvaris Jackson

The Seattle Seahawks Made Quarterback News – Just Not The News You Hoped For

Up until Tuesday, your Seattle Seahawks were one blown contract negotiation away from initiating the R.J. Archer era of Seahawks quarterbacking. Fortunately for Seahawks fans, the organization (finally) re-secured erstwhile and once-again veteran backup Tarvaris Jackson to solidify the quarterback position group. Of course, there’s still the nagging issue of what to do about the […]

Ahtyba Rubin

What Will Ahtyba Rubin Bring To The Seattle Seahawks?

Column written by Brian Nemhauser of HawkBlogger.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News You might have missed it if you blinked. Seattle made a sizable addition to their defensive line ten days into the free agent period. Ahtyba (pronounced Ah-TAH-bah) Rubin signed a one-year, $2.6M contract with just $1M fully guaranteed. He was once an […]

Wilson Schneider

Sophie’s Choice – John Schneider Or Russell Wilson?

Column written by Brian Nemhauser from HawkBlogger.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News You have to make a choice. Either you get to have John Schneider as your general manager or Russell Wilson as your quarterback. Which would you choose? Seattle Seahawks fans will increasingly take sides as this impasse on Wilson’s contract continues and […]

Jordan Hill

Seattle Seahawks Spotlight – Jordan Hill

Column courtesy of Brian Nemhauser of HawkBlogger.com Five players had 14.5 sacks or more in the NFL last season. Jordan Hill would join their ranks in 2015 if he can sustain the pace he set over the last six games of 2014 when he recorded 5.5 sacks. Only Sam Adams, Cortez Kennedy and Brandon Mebane […]

Russell Wilson

How The Seattle Seahawks Will Or Won’t Stay On Top

It’s much easier to reach the top of the mountain than it is to stay on top of the mountain. Given the Seattle Seahawks’ most recent two-year run, NFL observers consider the Seahawks to be on the top of the heap. Or at least within about one yard of it. Offseason prognostications unanimously list the […]

RGIII

Kicking The NFL While It’s Down – Why The U.S. Senate Isn’t Letting Up About Washington’s Mascot

On Tuesday, Senator Harry Reid (D-NV) stood on the Senate floor like a boss in sunglasses (he’s still recovering from a January injury) and shamed the NFL and Commissioner Roger Goodell over their refusal to address the racist antiquated name of Washington’s football team: the Redskins. “I find it stunning that the National Football League […]

Frank Clark

Frank Clark Has Seattle Seahawks, Schneider Painted Into A Corner

If you didn’t know who Frank Clark was before May 1, you certainly do now. As if they intended to help me prove my point about their ongoing disdain for high-round draft picks, the Seattle Seahawks took a — let’s kindly call it “questionable” — risk on their only NFL Draft day two pick (they […]

Frank Clark

Seattle Seahawks Face Criticism Over Draft Pick

The 2015 NFL Draft is now in the books and the grades are out. While most pundits agree the Seattle Seahawks had a successful draft, bolstered by the swap of their first round pick with the New Orleans Saints for stud tight end Jimmy Graham, how 12’s ultimately grade out the Seahawks draft will depend […]

Pete Carroll

Seattle Seahawks – The Perfect Draft

With your first pick in the NFL draft, you select a pass rusher who will collect 19.5 sacks in his first three seasons, good for the third-best start in franchise history behind only Jeff Bryant and Cortez Kennedy. With you second pick, you take a middle linebacker who becomes an All-Pro. Your third pick is […]

Aaron Curry

Seattle Seahawks Draftland – Where The First Round Doesn’t Matter

It’s been said that the Seattle Seahawks are a “draft-and-develop” team so often that we generally accept it as fact. What’s more true of recent Seahawks squads is that the blue birds excel at drafting and developing later-round prospects. The top two rounds? Not so much. Can you have a good team without hitting on […]

Russell Wilson

Unconventional Extreme – A Future Without Russell Wilson

Column courtesy of HawkBlogger.com, a partner of Oregon Sports News Pete Carroll and John Schneider love to defy convention. They take cornerbacks that everyone else says are too tall and stiff, and make them into All-Pros and spendy free agents. They take a player like Bruce Irvin in the first round, far higher than projected, […]

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