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Seahawks Draft Day 3 Recap

Here are the day 3 draft choices for the Seahawks:   – 4th round – Cassius Marsh – DE – UCLA – 6’4″ 252 lbs.       – 4th round – Kevin Norwood – WR – Alabama – 6’2″ 198 lbs         – 4th round – Kevin Pierre-Louis – LB – Boston College… Read More ›

Seahawks Select Justin Britt

With the last pick in the 2nd round (64th overall,) the Seahawks chose Justin Britt. Britt is a massive 6’6″ 325 lb Tackle from Missouri. In highschool Britt also excelled as a wrestler, going 45-0 his senior year and winning the state wrestling title. The draft “experts” call this pick a reach, graded as a 6th-7th round… Read More ›

Seahawks Select Paul Richardson

The Seahawks were able to trade down twice, and still nab a playmaking WR. With the 45th overall selection in the 2014 NFL Draft the Seattle Seahawks chose WR Paul Richardson from the University of Colorado. Richardson is certainly a high risk / high reward player. The things to like are he is just over… Read More ›

Seahawks Trade Down

With the 32nd pick in the 2014 NFL draft the Seattle Seahawks traded down with the Minnesota Vikings for two draft picks. Minnesota gave up a 2nd round (40th Overall,) and 4th (108th Overall,) draft pick to move up and select Louisville Cardinals QB Terry Bridgwater. I like this trade, we only moved down 8 picks and we gained an early… Read More ›

Deone Bucannon Drafted in the 1st Round

Congratulations to Washington State Cougar Safety Deone Bucannon, as he was drafted in the 1st round of tonight’s 2014 NFL Draft.  The 3-time Defensive Captain Bucannon finished his Wazzu career by collecting 1st Team all Pac 12, 1st Team All American honors, as well as the CFPA Elite Defensive Back trophy. He is a big physical, hard-hitting Safety, who has great speed… Read More ›

NFL Scouting Combine

Man, time flies. I haven’t even received all my Super Bowl XLVIII Champions gear in the mail yet, and it is already next season. The NFL Scouting combine this weekend is where all the front office staff, coaches, scouts, and fans begin to start debating which of these college kids will be the missing piece… Read More ›

Super Bowl: A Day To Remember

It’s 2:00 in the morning now and I find myself sleepless despite an overwhelming exhaustion. An exhaustion from two weeks of nervous anticipation. Every day checking the calendar, reading the news, talking with friends and family about the special day to come. The excitement built as days passed as if I were awaiting the birth… Read More ›

#5: Ring Of Honor

Today we will pay our respect to the Seahawks Ring of Honor. Steve Largent was the first player inducted into the Ring of Honor in 1989. He as also the first Seahawk to have number retired. Here’s the list of all the Ring of Honor inductees: Steve Largent (1976–1989), wide receiver – inducted 1989 Dave… Read More ›

#6: Taste The Rainbow

Well, it’s official… Marshawn Lynch has signed a deal making him the first athlete to endorse Skittles. In addition to the undisclosed deal, Skittles will donate $10k to Lynch’s charity with each touchdown he scores during the Super Bowl. This news of the deal will certainly add to the Skittle craze here in the Northwest… Read More ›

#7: Best of Both Worlds

Most 12’s know by now that the Seahawks changed conferences, from AFC to NFC, in 2002. This cemented the Seahawks in NFL history by becoming

#10: History Repeats Itself

Today we have just a short and sweet fact for you all. The Seahawks have faced the Denver Broncos

#11: Accepting Applications: The Bandwagon Fan

“Anyone who claims they are a “fan” of a particular sports team, even though they had no prior support for/interest in the team until that team started winning. These types of fans only show playoff interest, have probably never watched a regular season game, don’t own any type of team merchandise, nor would they buy… Read More ›

Seferian-Jenkins Wins Mackey Award???

Yes, you read that correctly. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, 2nd-Team All Pac 12 tight end, has been named the 2013 John Mackey Award recipient. For those who don’t know, the Mackey is awarded yearly to college football’s best tight end. Here’s a little history I pulled off the Mackey Award website: “The John Mackey Award, established in… Read More ›

The Competition Goes On

Pete Carroll announced this week that rookie Russell Wilson with start at QB for the 3rd Seahawks preseason game. Most around the league would agree that Wilson has earned the right to start after having two great performances so far in preseason. He comes into game 3 completing 22 of 33 passes for 279 yards…. Read More ›

Seahawks And Chris Clemons Sign Multi-Year Contract

After missing all offseason workouts, Chris Clemons has finally reached a new multi-year deal with the Seattle Seahawks and should participate in the upcoming training camp. The deal is not yet official so no financial details have been released but the new contract is expected to match other top D-Ends in the league. As much as I can’t stand when these… Read More ›

Seahawks 2012 Rookie Class

There were tons of big names left on the board when the Seahawks made their choice with the 15th overall selection, and Bruce Irvin was the name I saw across the bottom of the screen…. Who is Bruce Irvin? What are they doing!?! That was my initial reaction, and judging from most of the fan… Read More ›

NFL WELCOMES 5 NEW HUSKIES

The University of Washington can be proud this year after sending 5 new players to the NFL this weekend. Two players made the league via the draft, defensive tackle, Alameda Ta’amu (109th overall) and  offensive lineman, Senio Kelemente (151). Jermaine Kearse, Devin Aguilar, and most surprisingly, Chris Polk, were signed as undrafted free agents. Alameda Ta’amu was drafted 109th overall by the… Read More ›

Seahawks Draft Chat

The Seahawks have the 12th pick in tomorrows 1st round of the draft. Who do you guys want to see us pick up? Trade up to go get a guy? Trade down to aquire more picks? Pete and John have demonstrated a great ability to find late round talent. Use comment section below to post… Read More ›

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