Found January 11, 2012 on
The Seattle Seahawks announced another addition to the team’s 80-man roster, signing running back Tyrell Sutton to a future contract. Seahawks general manager John Schneider is familiar with Sutton; he was in Green Bay when the Packers signed the running back out of Northwestern as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2009. Sutton was released during final cuts, and signed with Carolina, where he remained until being released at the beginning of the 2011 season. Sutton played in 16 games for the Panthers, starting one game at fullback. He finished with …
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MVP: Marshawn Lynch
Not only did Marshawn rush for 1,204 yards and become the first Seahawk to score a touchdown in 10 consecutive games, “Beast Mode” became a national sensation with his style of running and Skittles antics. Lynch is the face of the Seahawks, and without re-signing him, this off-season just wouldn’t feel as positive. Lynch also helped resurrect Seattle’s...
Hey, it’s Seattle. Looking back at this year, we’ve been through a lot together, haven’t we?
When Pete Carroll brought you in to replace Matt Hasselbeck, fans were unimpressed. You didn’t really do anything worthwhile when you were the starting quarterback in Minnesota, even playing terrible at times. An average NFL fan’s perspective of you was a young...
I didn't write this up as a blog post on the Seahawks blog mainly because I wasn't sure how to get all my thoughts into an article today. I just mainly wanted to sum up most of the season in point form. Figured this was the better spot for it.
The Seahawks finished at 7-9 and out of the playoffs.
I am of the opinion that the season was not a total loss, as...
Seattle Seahawks blogger and NWSB managing editor "Q" tells us former Seahawks defensive tackle Cortez Kennedy is a Hall of Fame finalist for the fourth consecutive year. He deserves to be in. In the 1992 season he recorded 14 sacks and 92 tackles. Kennedy was named to the All Pro team 4 times and voted into the Pro Bowl 8 times.