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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin has been out with a hamstring injury and likely won’t play in this week’s preseason finale.
“It’s doubtful receiver Doug Baldwin will play against the Raiders, either. He is still recovering from a hamstring problem. Doctors had to drain some fluid last week,” wrote Bill Swartz of 710 ESPN in Seattle.
Baldwin had a great rookie season and if he can keep progressing this season, the Seahawks will be loaded at the wide receiver position with Braylon Edwards, Sidney Rice, Golden Tate and Baldwin.
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According to Danny O’Neil of The Seattle Times, Seahawks wide receiver Doug Baldwin is expected be back at practice on Monday after missing the entire preseason due to a hamstring injury.
“Doug Baldwin will not play, meaning he will miss all four exhibition games with a hamstring injury, but Carroll said the team’s leading receiver from a year ago will be back practicing...
By all accounts Braylon Edwards has been having a great camp with the Seattle Seahawks. It is the reason Terrell Owens has gone fishing.
Edwards was asked about the differences between Russell Wilson and Mark Sanchez here is what he had to say.
Seattle Seahawks receiver Braylon Edwards has played with rookie quarterbacks before. In Cleveland it was Brady Quinn. In...
Russell Wilson isn’t the only rookie making some noise in Seattle.
J.R. Sweezy, a defensive tackle in college (North Carolina State) converted to playing guard in the Seattle offense, and so far has looked pretty good in the preseason.
"I couldn't be more pleased with J.R.," head coach Pete Carroll told the Daily Herald. "He is so far ahead of expectations...
The Seahawks have gone from laughingstock to Super Bowl participant to laughingstock to …..well don’t get carried away. If it wasn’t for the creative mind of the jovial head coach, they’d probably be mired in the bottom tier of the NFL, but for as much as Pete Carroll was derided for returning to the NFL after failed stints with the Jets and Pats, he has done wonders...
It’s become rather evident that the only reason that Terrell Owens is still desperately trying to find work as a receiver in the NFL is because he’s broke. And much to the surprise of nobody except probably Owens, the Seattle Seahawks kicked the tires on the 38-year old and found nothing but holes in his hands. That obviously sucks for Owens, because if he made the Seahawks roster...
According to Bill Swartz of 710 ESPN in Seattle, the Seahawks are working on getting approved to make a bid to host a future Super Bowl.
In the midst of this report the Seahawks have come out and denied that they’re pursuing a Super Bowl bid for the city of Seattle.
We are not presently pursuing a Super Bowl bid for the City of Seattle
— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) August 29...
The Seahawks are very impressed with 4th round pick Robert Turbin, as they should be. After all, he is 5th in preseason rushing yards, with 151 yards and a touchdown on 34 carries, including 93 yards on 14 carries against the Chiefs last week. In an interview with the Seattle Times, Head Coach Pete Carroll said about Turbin, “He’s a really good football player. I’m so happy...
Detestable wide receiver Terrell Owens tweeted on Sunday that he was released by the Seattle Seahawks less than three after inking a one-year contract with the lowly franchise. Owens, a five-time All-Pro selection and member of the NFL 2000s All-Decade … Continue reading →
Despite being perceived as a quasi midget, Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll somewhat surprisingly named rookie Russell Wilson the team’s starting quarterback this past weekend. The 5-foot-11, 206 pound Wilson, who the Seahawks took out of the University of … Continue reading →
Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll admitted that he was worried about whether Sidney Rice was going to be ready for the regular season. But now he believe’s he’s good to go.
“It really guided a lot of our thinking in the decisions that we made … with the receiver position,” Carroll said per 710 ESPN in Seattle. “We weren’t sure, you know? But he’s proven...
Braylon Edwards has made himself quite at home in Seattle. The receiver recently gave statements on the difference between his current QB, Russell Wilson and Jets Mark Sanchez who he played with during the 2010 season. Seattle Seahawks receiver Braylon Edwards has played with rookie quarterbacks before. In Cleveland it was Brady Quinn. In New [...]
I’ve always been fascinated by team numbers. Numbersology as I call it. Yes I made that word up. My wife always tells me I have my own language of “Q-isms.”
The #3 is a number that we have only seen on display in Seattle a handful of times in the Seahawks short 36 year history.
Three are quarterbacks, the rest kickers and punters.
Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider went on a spree this summer in an attempt to round out Seattle's collection of pass catchers. Bringing in Braylon Edwards, Kellen Winslow and (the now-dispatched) Terrell Owens was more than a publicity stunt.
The frenzy had everything to do with the status of the Seahawks' No. 1 receiver -- in theory -- Sidney Rice, who underwent...
Seahawks Raiders Story-lines
I’m sitting here writing this at 1:00 Thursday morning, in large part because I spent the day traveling to Eastern Washington to pick up my nephew. He will be attending his first Seahawks game.
I have to be honest here, he is not a Seahawks fan, he’s a Buccaneer’s fan. Even-though he is not a member of the 12th man he has a deep hatred of the...
On this episode of The Slant, host Brad Stein talks about who the most recognizable athlete is in sports, changes in the Seattle Seahawks lineup, Dez Bryant, some baseball, and more.
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