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San Francisco 49ers
What does this team do for an encore? Hmm, wait for it. Wait for it. Oh, how about get stronger on offense and defense while looking to challenge the Super Bowl runner up for not only the NFC Title, but a spot in the Super Bowl and a chance to win the League Championship for the first time.That’s what Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks did over the off season. That is what a championship-caliber franchise does when it is not satisfied with the season it had in 2012, although it was pretty darn good. That is what will propel this team to the final game of the NFL season.You heard it here first--- Seattle vs. Denver in the Super Bowl.While it is not an off-the-wall pick to get on board with the trendy Seahawks, the play of quarterback Russell Wilson, the legs of Marshawn Lynch and the defense that got better with the addition of Cliff Avril, there are real reasons to like this team other than what the media has been feeding everyone. This is a REALLY good team. And with the recent ...
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The Seattle Seahawks were by far the most surprising team of the 2012 season with their playoff run with a rookie quarterback. Here is the rookie class Pete Carroll has put together to make a Super Bowl run in 2013.Seattle Seahawks Rookie Class of 2013Draft Picks2nd Round: Christine Michael – Running Back3rd Round: Jordan Hill – Defensive Tackle4th Round: Chris Harper – Wide...
Seahawks wide receiver Percy Harvin told the Seattle Times that he’s happy that he’s in a place where he feels wanted.
“It’s neat to know that you are wanted,” Harvin said.
Harvin stated that he’ll have many difference roles in the Seahawks offense. He’ll even play some running back.
“I’ll be moving around — pretty much all around,” said the 5-foot-11, 184...
According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today Sports, Seahawks tight end Anthony McCoy will be out for the next 6-9 months after undergoing surgery to repair a torn Achilles that he suffered during OTA’s.
Even though McCoy isn’t a starter he saw plenty of action in 2012. Rookie Luke Willson might be in line for bigger role this coming season.
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According to the News Tribune, former Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Mike Williams has signed with the Toronto Argonauts of the CFL. After spending a year out of football, former Seattle Seahawks receiver Mike Williams resurfaced north of the border, signing a deal to play with the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League. Even after resurrecting his NFL career with the...
Former NFL player Mike Williams will head to the Canadian Football League in hopes of resuming his football career. Williams did not play during the 2012 season after spending the last two years with the Seattle Seahawks.
Williams was a first round pick of the Detroit Lions in 2005 but weight and off the field issues derailed his NFL career. He eventually found his way...
Raekown McMillan, a top-rated linebacker headed to Ohio State in 2014, reports that head coach Urban Meyer told him he has "a linebacker butt."
The Seattle Seahawks have lost backup tight end Anthony McCoy for possibly the entire 2013 season after he sustained a torn Achilles during an organized team activity earlier this week.
The Seahawks confirmed McCoy injury on Friday, which was first reported by USA Today. McCoy has already undergone surgery to repair the injury and recovery time is typically six to nine months.
Sometimes in the NFL, you can get a pass, but that’s only if you are a star or a player with tremendous upside. Josh Portis has neither of those things. After getting pulled over under suspicion of being drunk while driving, the Seahawks have decided to part ways with the 2011 undrafted free agent out of California (PA).
This move likely solidifies that Brady Quinn is entrenched...
According to Mike Garafolo of USA Today, Seattle Seahawks tight end Anthony McCoy will be out at least 6 months after suffering a torn achilles tendon during OTAs this week. No word on the exact mechanism of injury, but McCoy had surgery yesterday and is expected to be out until at least November, which probably represents a best case scenario.
This week has become the Week of the...
Seattle Seahawks tight end Anthony McCoy suffered a
partially torn Achilles tendon during the team’s organized team activities, an
injury that will sideline him for six to nine months, according to Mike Garafolo of USA Today.
McCoy underwent surgery to repair the injury, and he’ll be
sidelined for at least six months. The exact timeframe isn’t yet known, as the
Undrafted free agent receiver Justin Veltung was picked up by the Seattle Seahawks this week, and the video of him jumping surfaced shortly thereafter. No more intro needed, the dude just crushes a 56′ inch super jump like it was nothing.
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The Vikings have parted ways with 2012 starters Jasper Brinkley and Antoine Winfield, but the defensive talent added in the offseason makes life on the bubble more uncomfortable for these four veteran defenders.
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll says that quarterback Russell Wilson is a lot further along this year then he was last year.
“He’s threw a couple of balls today, things that we talked about over the offseason that he’d like to take a shot at, and he did it today just to see what would happen with full awareness of why he was doing it,” Carroll said, per the News...
Seattle Seahawks coaches and players are already impressed with their new talent at wide receiver as the first day of organized team activities got underway on Monday. Percy Harvin, who was acquired via trade with the Vikings, reportedly put a series of moves on third-year cornerback