Found April 12, 2012 on
NorthWest Sports Beat:
Even NHL fans in the Northwest should still have an eye on the Seattle Seahawks, who are doing their best to field a competitive team in the NFC West.
Meanwhile in Major League Soccer action, two of the three Northwest sides will hit the pitch this weekend.
Most sportsbooks reviews would state that Seattle just isn’t a free-agent destination for the big names; Matt Flynn was the only quarterback they could get to join the Seahawks, and no one is even sure that he’ll beat Tarvaris Jackson for the starting spot.
Therefore, the Seahawks have to work with what they have and that means they could be in the market to re-sign offensive lineman and Brandon Keith, and they also re-signed veteran corner Marcus Trufant and another lineman, Deuce Lutui.
Thorough players that use price per head services know that Trufant’s career has been derailed by injuries, but he can still provide veteran leadership for a young secondary, especially since Walter Thurmond III may not be ready for the start of the season because of a knee injury.
Linebacker Barrett Ruud was brought in to replace David Hawthorne, and the Seahawks also signed Allen Bradford.
Bradford played at USC, where he was originally supposed to play linebacker but was moved to running back, and now he is going back to his first position under his old coach; he also realizes that this could be his best shot to stick in the NFL.
Most online betting sharps didn’t expect the Vancouver Whitecaps to go through the regular season undefeated, and it took five games for the Whitecaps to lose their first as they lost 3-1 to second-place San Jose and they know have 11 days between games before hosting Kansas City.
The Whitecaps sit in fourth place in the Western Conference on eight points, one ahead of Seattle, who managed to snag a point in a 1-1 draw at D.C. United.
Seattle returns on Saturday for their fourth home game in five outings this season as they welcome Colorado to town and even with a loss, they would still be tied with Portland if the Timbers can steal a win in Los Angeles, where the Galaxy are mired in last place.
The Timbers dropped their second straight game at home with a 2-1 loss to Chivas USA, and Portland simply can’t afford to drop points on their own pitch because they’re not a very good squad, to be honest.
The Timbers need to take care of business at home if they’re going to make some noise in your online sportsbook.
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The Seattle Seahawks have been busy during free agency including the resigning of Marshawn Lynch and addition of Matt Flynn. While it may be an open competition at the quarterback position it is Flynn’s job to lose. Seattle believes they may have found their quarterback of the future. The Seahawks draft number 12 during the
The Seattle Seahawks may finally have an answer for their QB problem in Matt Flynn, but is he good enough to be handed the starting job? As everyone in Seattle knows, Head Coach Pete Carroll is all about competing for starting jobs, even at the QB position. Some might say that when you pay Matt
Per Seahawks.com a short while ago.
The Seahawks added quality and depth to their linebacker corps today, when veteran starter Leroy Hill and special teams standout Matt McCoy agreed to terms on one-year contracts.
Hill, a third-round draft choice in 2005, has started 77 games including the first 16-start season of his seven-year career in 2011, when he finished fourth on...
The Seattle Seahawks re-signed linebacker Leroy Hill to a one-year contract.Hill played in all 16 games for the first time in his seven-year career, registering 89 tackles and 4.0 sacks.It was his highest sack total since he posted 7.5 as a rookie in 2005-06. He played in only one game in 2010 after serving a suspension and then tearing his Achilles tendon.Seattle also re-signed...
According to multiple sources, including the team itself, the Seahawks have signed both Leroy Hill and Matt McCoy to one year contracts. I guess this means that someone over at the VMAC finally noticed the roster was thin on linebackers.
After injuries and off-the-field problems all but derailed his career, it was a minor miracle that Leroy Hill was asked to return at all last...
The Seattle Seahawks officially announced today that linebackers Leroy Hill and Matt McCoy have each agreed to the terms of a one year contract.
Hill will be able to compete for a starting job since they lost Davd Hawthorne in free agency. And McCoy will give them depth at the linebacker position as well as help on special teams.
Hill racked up 89 tackles, 4 sacks and 1 forced...
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Well we've finally got the times and dates for the 2012 NFLX schedule for our Seattle Seahawks.
And it goes a little sumtin like this.
Week 1 - Saturday, August 11th - 7:00 PM PT - vs. Tennessee TitansWeek 2 - Saturday, August 18th - 6:00 PM PT - at Denver BroncosWeek 3 - Friday, August 24th - 5:00 PM PT - at Kansas City ChiefsWeek 4 - Thursday, August 30th - 7:00 PM PT...
Tru back in the fold
The reasons I love the re-signing of Marcus Trufant.
On March 7th the Seahawks released Marcus Trufant in a move that I expected to end his tenure in Seattle. I thought some team would offer the former pro-bowler a decent contract with a starting opportunity but it appears that was not the case.
Yesterday the Seahawks re-signed Marcus to a 1-year contract to...