Found June 16, 2012 on PPR Fantasy Football:
Former Charger Kevin Ellison finds himself in the criminal spotlight once again after allegedly setting fire to his apartment building in Liberty Lake Washington. Kevin Ellison was drafted in the sixth round of the 2009 draft by the Chargers. His career looked promising after an impressive Junior year at USC. Making second team All-American and All PAC-10 honorable mention. Ellison’s career looked to be a bright one in San Diego. However after just one year in San Diego, he was caught and arrested for having over 100 Vicodin painkillers in his vehicle. He was then waived by the Chargers and picked up by the Seattle Seahawks. After for the most part staying out of the public eye, Ellison went to the Arena Football League to continue and revitalize his career. On June 15th 2012, Ellison lit a marijuana filled cigarette and set his bed and apartment on fire. Sources say damages went over $50,000. Nobody was hurt as the police were able to evacuate the building in time. The rea...

Arena football player claims God told him to set fire to his bed

An Arena football league player set fire to his bed Thursday, claiming God told him to do it. Kevin Ellison, a linebacker/defensive back for the Spokane Shock, is facing federal arson charges after telling authorities that God told him to set fire to his bed with a marijuana blunt, starting a fire which gutted his third floor apartment. Damage is estimated at $50,000.00. Ellison...

AFC East Revenge Tour: Pete Carroll Has Some Extra Motivation in 2012

Most people know Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll, entering his third season with the team as coach and executive vice president, as the former USC head coach who has put up a 15-19 record in Seattle, including playoffs.  Of course, that is the “what have you done for me lately” description of Carroll, but since he was hired by USC in December 2000, it is a accurate...

Chris Clemons rejects Seahawks’ contract offer, will hit free agency in 2013

Getty Images According to Len Pasquarelli of the Sports Xchange, the Seattle Seahawks offered defensive end Chris Clemons a three-year contract that would pay him $8 million this season, instead of the original $4 million he’s set to make.  He would then make $4.5 million 2013 and $5.5 million in 2014.  This means Clemons would essentially earn $18 million over three seasons...

Kellen Winslow takes a shot at Tampa Bay Buccaneers head coach Greg Schiano

Former Tampa Bay Buccaneers tight end Kellen Winslow has always been outspoken during his football career. He started in college while at the University of Miami and he continued once he followed his father's footsteps into the NFL. Once he arrived in Tampa Bay, however, Winslow decided to keep his mouth shut and let his play do the talking. During his three seasons with...

Seattle Seahawks pass on signing Brian Banks

The Seattle Seahawks signed a linebacker on Friday that attended this week's minicamp on a tryout basis.  The player signed was undrafted rookie Kyle Knok from Fresno State and not Brian Banks who fans had hoped would be signed. Banks, as many know spent five years in prison and five years wearing a tracking bracelet for accepting a plea deal on one count of forceable rape. ...

2012 NFL Season Preview: Seattle Seahawks

2012 NFL Season Preview: Seattle Seahawks

OTAs Have Been An Interesting Time In Seattle

Northwest Sports Update Most reviews probably won’t go too in-depth when it comes to reporting on OTAs, but in Seattle, there have been a few surprises during this time, including a quarterback battle that is ramping up and a violation. Many sharps that are working with a pay per head service have Matt Flynn penciled in as the starter under center for the Seahawks...

Umenyiora deal might be best model for Clemons, Seahawks

Although there was a Thursday suggestion that the Seahawks and defensive end Chris Clemons are negotiating a possible extension, the report was hardly accurate. The club did make Clemons an offer, but that was quite a while ago, and there has been no substantive dialogue since. Unless one counts a late-week text message from agent Don Henderson to general manager John Schneider...

Kellen Winslow claims the Tampa Bay Buccaneers “fired the wrong dude”

In yet another attempt to grab headlines, Seattle Seahawks TE Kellen Winslow said that the Tampa Bay Buccaneers “fired the wrong dude” when they parted ways with head coach Raheem Morris. Winslow was traded to the Seattle Seahawks last month after he clashed with rookie head coach Greg Schiano. In this interview during Seahawks mini-camp via the Real Rob Report, Winslow slams...

Oft-injured Rice still on sidelines in Seattle

By JOHN HOLLER Maybe the Vikings knew what they were doing when they opted out of giving Sidney Rice a huge contract last year when he became an unrestricted free agent. Rice, who spent his first four seasons with the Vikings, has played all 16 games just once in his career -- his breakout 2009 season when he caught 83 passes for 1,312 yards and eight touchdowns...
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