My word is stronger than OAK!
Remember this? ”I got a shelf life of ten years, tops. My next contract’s gotta bring me the dollars that’ll last me and mine a long time. $hit, I’m out of this sport in 5 years.
What’s my family gonna live on? Huh? ” - Rod Tidwell
The Seahawks held their mandatory three-day minicamp last week, and defensive end Chris...
...pick no one. They just traded their selection to the Eagles. In return, they move down three spots to the 15th overall spot and get a fourth (114th overall) and a sixth (172nd overall) round pick from Philadelphia. That's great news -- if there's one thing we've learned about John Schneider, it's that he does great things with mid-round picks.
At five o'clock today, John Schneider and Pete Carroll will begin their third draft together. Well, not precisely at five, since holding the twelfth overall pick means the Seahawks probably won’t go on the clock until six thirty or so, but you know what I mean.
And at this point, that’s the sum total of what everyone without access to Seattle’s draft room knows for...
Recap: Seahawks GM John Schneider’s 710 ESPN interview
Yesterday Seattle Seahawks GM John Schneider was on air with Brock & Salk on ESPN710. He was there to discuss what everyone would imagine: where team is going, where they’re looking in the draft, and who, if any, out of the free agents are enticing to the Seahawks front office.
Schneider delivered as advertised.
Video of Bob and Groz from 710 espn In Seattle discussing the interview earlier in the day with John Schneider.
My Love/Hate Relationship With The GM!
When the Seattle Seahawks hired Pete Carroll to be the head coach of the Seahawks the search for a General Manager began. Pete had final say in the team’s roster decisions so the team was not as attractive to some of the more established GM’s around the league.
Seattle interviewed several candidates but in the end chose Green Bay assistant...
GM John Schneider says he feels no pressure to go that direction despite Seattle's need at QB and plenty of available QB talent. "If it happens, it happens," he says.
Or don’t actually. Build him up so someone else can overpay for him. Just don’t expect the Seahawks to move up for Robert Griffin III. While anything is possible, there’s simply too much evidence available that suggests it simply won’t even be considered by the Seahawks.
By now you’ve already read all about John Schneider’s Green Bay background and trade down philosophy...