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Here’s an interesting look into what makes Seattle Seahawks Richard Sherman and Earl Thomas such great players. Both members of Seattle’s famous “Legion of Boom”, Sherman and Thomas teamed up with the Sport Science crew to examine their athletic abilities in an attempt to figure out why they are so successful. Definitely an interesting video worth watching.
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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is a certified loudmouth who has gained his reputation around NFL circles — players, media, fans — thanks to on-field antics, as well as alleged off-field transgressions. What people often forget is that Sherman is also a very motivated fifth-round pick out of Stanford, who can be rather eloquent at times (Sherm refers to himself as...
According to the team's website, the Seattle Seahawks have finalized their 8 man practice roster.
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The 2013 NFL season is finally upon us, and for the Seattle Seahawks it brings with it a mountain of expectations. That said, there are only a few sure-fire Fantasy starters on the roster. Marshawn Lynch as always is a must-start with the defense projecting to be a top 10 unit in Week 1, but...
Seahawks cornerback Brandon Browner was a surprise limited-participant in
practice on Wednesday due to a strained hamstring, according to ESPN.com's Terry Blount. Browner played in all four of Seattle’s preseason games without any
problems. This particular injury popped up somewhat mysteriously leaving his
availability for this weekend in question. It is possible head...
Seahawks announced their preliminary eight-man practice squad for the 2013
season on Monday, according to ESPN.com's Terry Blount. As expected, Seattle
had several players poached off of waivers from other teams before they could
get signed to the practice squad. For example, the Kansas City Chiefs claimed
tight end Sean McGrath, defensive back Ron Parker, and defensive...
Seahawk wide receiver Percy Harvin hinted at a possible week 7 return this week
on Twitter, according to NFL.com's Marc Sessler. Harvin’s official Twitter
account read “keep an eye on week 7” when referring to his progress. The former
University of Florida playmaker has been sidelined with a torn labrum after
being acquired by the Seahawks this past offseason. Many...
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QB Matt Flynn, OT Frank Omiyale, DT Alan Branch, DT Jason Jones, OLB Leroy Hill, KR Leon Washington
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With this current secondary, the Seattle Seahawks can boast one the greatest defensive units of all time but on one condition: they must win a Lombardi trophy. Legacies matter in sports, especially football, so if Seattle, particularly their safeties and corner backs wish to enter the pantheon of NFL legend and pigskin lore, a Super Bowl ring,...
Prediction: 1st in division (13-3 overall)
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Causes for concern: Not too many causes for concern...