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After a very strong game the other night against the Broncos, I don’t think there’s any doubt that second-year wide receiver Jermaine Kearse will make the Seahawks final roster. Bob Condotta of the The Seattle Times says there’s very little question whether Kearse will make the team. Inside the team, there’s been little question for a while now that Kearse was going to make the final roster. And anyone on the outside who still doubted — those who may have fixated on his status as a free agent or focused on the struggles he sometimes had at Washington with drops — had to be won over by his performance Saturday when he caught his second TD pass of the exhibition season and also returned a kickoff 107 yards for another score. Maybe it’s the eye surgery he had during the offseason that he says has allowed him to see more clearly on the field than he had previously. Or maybe it’s just a young, talented player coming into his own. Whatever the reasons, at this point it’s obvious that Kearse is not only making the team but is likely to be a key part of the receiving rotation and special teams. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... ZergNet The post Jermaine Kearse expected to make the Seahawks final roster appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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With Percy Harvin out after hip surgery, it seemed very likely wide receiver Jermaine Kearse would end up on the Seattle Seahawks final roster.
He likely cemented his spot Saturday night, showing off skills he last displayed in high school.
Kearse caught a 12-yard touchdown pass from Russell Wilson and returned a kickoff 107 yards for a score and the Seahawks used big plays to...
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So if you missed the Seattle Seahawks‘ last preseason game against the Denver Broncos, you may still be able to find some blue and orange corpses scattered across Century Link Field.
The Hawks led a stampede over the traveling Broncos.
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Saturday night the Seattle Seahawks did just...
It may have been only a mid-August exhibition game.
But CenturyLink Field appeared in midseason form at kickoff with nary an empty seat in the house the stands filled by fans eager to get their first in-person look at a Seahawks team generating as much enthusiasm as any in franchise history.
“It felt just like a regular big-time football game to our players’’ said Seahawks...