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K-Shell one of our Seattle Seahawks bloggers tells us the Seahawks won't be a good team until they have their quarterback high up on this list. Matt Barkley could be the guy in 2012, for now though he points out five great Seahawks players to build around. Sidney Rice, David Hawthorne, Kam Chancellor, Earl Thomas, and Red Bryant.
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Seahawks injury reportWednesdayThursdayFridayDid not practiceDid not practiceDid not practiceLB David Vobora (concussion)Vobora (concussion) WR Sidney Rice (foot) TE Cameron Morrah (knee) Limited in practiceLimited in practiceLimited in practiceQB Tarvaris Jackson (pectoral)TE Cameron Morrah (toe/knee) WR Sidney Rice (foot) Full practiceFull practiceFull practice QB Tarvaris...
Kick returner still dangerous despite sub-par season, Ravens sayThe Seattle Seahawks’ Leon Washington has been unable to repeat his prolific season of last year, ranking in the bottom half of the NFL in kick returns thus far and becoming almost an afterthought.
Each week, I contact the editor of the FanSided team blog the Ravens are playing that Week. This week I wrote five questions to Keith Myers, editor of the Seahawks blog 12thManRising. Read what he has to say about the rivalry and more.1. It’s pretty clear that Tavaris Jackson is not the guy for the Seahawks. Moving forward, who do you think will be the next franchise quarterback...
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll likes tall, physical cornerbacks, and he's got them this season. First-year players Brandon Browner (6 feet 4) and Richard Sherman (6-3) have played well for Seattle.
Seahawks beat writer Brandon Choate brings us another list today. Top 5 Seahawks dropped pass offenders. Koren Robinson, Darrell Jackson, Jerramy Stevens, TJ Houshmanzadeh and Anthony McCoy all make the list.
I'm pretty sure this isn't news to anyone, but penalties have been killing the Seahawks. False starts, neutral zone infractions, defensive pass interference, unnecessary roughness -- you name it, the Seahawks have been penalized for it. According to Pete Carroll and others, the reason for the increase in penalties this season is the team's youth and lack of experience...
Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson said his injury isn’t as sore today, and that he will participate in more reps in practice today than he did on Wednesday, switching around his workout regimen. Last week, Jackson practiced hard on Wednesday and took it light on Thursday before taking most of the snaps with the first unit on Friday. So we’ll see how the change helps prepare...
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Eric Williams of The Tacoma News Tribune and Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com discuss the Seattle Seahawks upcoming game against the Baltimore Ravens. Download link (45.8 MB)
Three keys to Seahawks victory 1. Protect Tarvaris Jackson.After giving up just one sack in Dallas last week, the Seahawks no longer rank last in the league in sacks allowed. Don't exhale just yet, though. Here comes Baltimore's defense, which only ranks second in the NFL with 26 sacks. That might mean another afternoon of pass-protection assignments for Seattle tight end...
After beating the Pittsburgh Steelers last weekend, the Ravens have touched down in Seattle, where they will play the Seahawks on Sunday afternoon. The Seahawks were a playoff team a season ago (mostly by default, though, because they won the woeful NFC West with a 7-9 record), but they have won just two games in 2011.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice left Sunday's game against the Baltimore Ravens with a head injury.Rice was hurt while attempting to catch a long pass in the third quarter. Seahawks wideout Doug Baldwin also exited the game with a head injury.The team listed the return of both players as questionable.Rice had two receptions for 14 yards and Baldwin had one catch for 50 yards.