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Seattle Seahawks 1st-round pick Bruce Irvin recorded his first career sack on Sunday against the Cowboys and is developing into an asset as a pass rush specialist.
Through two games Irvin has been used as a pass rusher on 53 of his 64 snaps (82.8%).
While Irvin has done a nice job in this role (he’s recorded a sack, hit or pressure on 9.1% of his pass rush plays), their use of him in this role begs the question: is it worth drafting a pass-rush specialist in the 1st round?
No matter how well Irvin performs in this role, the fact remains he’s a part-time player. He certainly hasn’t looked like a bust, but until he develops into a a true three-down lineman it will be hard to give the Seahawks a strong grade for their selection.
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With the signing of DB Danny Gorrer today the Seattle Seahawks have waived seldom used RB Kregg Lumpkin.
WE learned this news via the OFFICIAL twitter account for the Seahawks.
Seahawks have signed CB Danny Gorrer (#36) to active roster. RB Kregg Lumpkin has been released.— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) September 18, 2012
According to new documents filed in his L.A. child support case, Terrell Owens only brought in $28 per hour during his short pre-season membership with the Seattle Seahawks.
Owens is required to submit paperwork showing his financial status as part of his court case which includes two of his baby mamas. Owens pay stubs show he only made $4,342.86 for 152 hours of work.
IRVING People in both the Seattle and Dallas organizations have been informed that the vicious and illegal crackback block administered to Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee by Seahawks receiver Golden Tate will result in a 21,000 fine to Tate, sources say.
In reviewing the play from Sunday's 27-7 Seahawks win, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said to the media, "I'm sure they will...
Kellen Winslow's physical with the Patriots a couple of weeks ago appears to be much more than a formality. New England could be on the verge of adding the free-agent tight end now that Aaron Hernandez is sidelined.
ESPN.com reports that Winslow has inked a one-year deal with the Patriots. Other reports have surfaced stating that a deal is not done yet, but that the Patriots...
Thanks to Black Sports Online we got a hold of this footage of some Cowboys and Seahawks fans fighting before last Sunday’s game. I’m sure like most fights that revolve around sporting events, this one was alcohol induced.
Viewer discretion is advised. WARNING: There is offensive language as well as fighting.
Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate is 5'10", 202 lbs. Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee is 6'2", 245 lbs. Leverage and the element of surprise = Golden Tate de-cleating Sean Lee.
“It’s one of...
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In my eyes it was a good hit. In Pete Carroll's eyes it was a good hit. (By good we mean legal of course)
Pete Carroll: "Oh ya - I knew Golden Tate was fined. It was a fantastic block, in their eyes he clipped the guys facemask, in chin area"— Q Smith (@NWSBQ) September 19, 2012
Today however the NFL said Golden Tate has been fined for his block on Dallas...
The Dallas cowboys came to town Sunday to take on our Seattle Seahawks. The last 2 meetings were in Dallas and the last 3 meetings went in favor of the Cowboys.
Seattle 27, Dallas 7
When: 4:05 PM ET, Sunday, September 16, 2012
Where: CenturyLink Field, Seattle, Washington
Head Official: Donovan Briggans
Boxscore | Recap
I know many people believe that the Seahawks wide receiver Golden Tate should be fined for lighting up Cowboys linebacker Sean Lee during yesterday’s game. But I’ll break down why the hit is clean in my opinion.
Lee was not a defenseless player. Tate hit him straight on and not on the side.
Lee failed to guard himself and keep his head on a swivel.
Tate didn’t lead with...
A parking lot brawl broke out between fans of the Dallas Cowboys and Seattle Seahawks, after the Seahawks walloped the Cowboys 27-7 on Sunday.
Here's video (via The Big Lead) of the fight between a bunch of drunken idiots:
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Wide receiver Deion Branch is back with the New England Patriots.
Branch signed with the Patriots on Tuesday, rejoining the team that cut him three weeks ago, according to the NFL.com.
Branch should have no trouble fitting back into the Patriots offense after playing six of his 11 NFL seasons with the team. Branch and Tom Brady hooked up on 51 receptions for 702 yards and five...
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