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NWSB insider Brandon Choate brings us some Seahawks nostalgia in this weeks Moments In Time. In 2003, the Seahawks and Ravens faced off in what turned out to be an air raid. Both starting quarterbacks threw for over 300 yards in the combined 85 point effort. Matt Hasselbeck to Bobby Engram and Anthony Wright to Marcus Robinson put on a passing clinic.
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The Seattle Seahawks activated wide receiver Deon Butler from the physically unable to perform list on Tuesday.
Butler broke his right leg during a touchdown catch late in the fourth quarter against San Francisco last December. He's been practicing with the team the last three weeks and was activated on the last day he could remain on the PUP list.
To make room on the active...
The Seahawks activated Deon Butler Tuesday off the physically unable to preform (PUP) list.Bulter has been mostly a disappointment since being chosen in the third round coming out of Penn St. Butler has tremendous straight line speed, but … [visit site to read more]
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.
The Seahawks will activate wide receiver Deon Butler on Tuesday, Danny O’Neill of The Seattle Times reported.
Butler has been on the physically unable to perform list since breaking his leg in December. Tuesday is the deadline for players on the PUP list to be activated.
The 2009 third-round pick out Penn State had 36 catches for 385 yards last season...
As expected, the Seahawks activated wide receiver Deon Butler from the physically unable to perform list Tuesday.
To make room for Butler on the 53-man roster, wide receiver Kris Durham was placed on injured reserve.
Also Tuesday, the team signed defensive tackle Pep Levingston from the practice squad and released defensive tackle Al Woods.
Butler has been...
The Seahawks made a couple roster moves this afternoon. The most anticipated was activating receiver Deon Butler from the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP list. To make room for Butler, the Seahawks placed rookie receiver Kris Durham on season-ending injured reserve with an unknown injury. Durham, a fourth-round choice in this year’s draft, was active for three games, finishing...
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...
First reported by Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times, the Seattle Seahawks are expected to activate receiver Deon Butler from the Physically Unable to Perform (PUP) list today. The Seahawks have not announced the move, or who they intend to release to clear a spot on the active roster for the Penn State product. Butler started training camp and the regular season on the PUP list...
According to a tweet from Elias Sports Management, the Steelers have claimed defensive tackle Al Woods off waivers after being waived by the Seattle Seahawks yesterday. Woods was originally drafted by the New Orleans Saints in the fourth round of the 2010 NFL Draft, but was released prior to the start of the season. The Steelers signed Woods to the practice squad following his release...
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)
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The Hawks went in to the 2011 season committed to making major changes at quarterback. We all know what a giant figure Matt Hasselbeck will be in Seahawks history. He was Holmgren...