Found July 24, 2012 on
Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Scanning the internet this morning, I came across an interesting post by a Seattle Seahawks fan. Chris Chard of Seattlesportsnut.com posed a question regarding Marshawn Lynch and the possibility of the Seahawks trading for Tampa Bay Buccaneers RB LeGarrette Blount, and I have to say that he poses some interesting speculation.
The site links to a clip from Seattle’s ESPN 710 which discusses the relationship between Buccaneers General Manager Mark Dominik and Seattle’s GM, John Schneider. The two clubs have already executed a trade for former Buccaneers TE Kellen Winslow Jr. Could something else be looming on the horizon between the two clubs?
I believe the entirety of a possible deal has everything to do with timing. Lynch, arrested for DUI, will not appear in court until August 14th. I have speculated on his arrest and how it might effect fantasy football owners this season. Will the NFL hand down a possible suspension before Lynch heads to trail or wait until after he gets his day ...
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Pete Carroll, head coach of the Seattle Seahawks, is going into his third season as head coach and this is the season to see if they will keep him around. If this team is successful and has a shot at making the post season by the end of December, Pete Carroll will have the head coaching [...]
The contract extension agreed to on Monday, and likely to be signed Tuesday or Wednesday by Seattle Seahawks' defensive end Chris Clemons, is for three years and worth more than $21 million, The Sports Xchange has confirmed. Agent Don Henderson confirmed the length of the contract only. Henderson was still reviewing the contract late Tuesday afternoon, and precise details were...
The Seattle Seahawks have locked up center Max Unger beyond the 2012 season after signing the anchor of Seattle's offensive line to a multi-year extension.
Seattle announced the signing on Wednesday afternoon, just days before the start of training camp. Unger, who was a second-round pick out of Oregon in 2009, was entering the final year of his initial rookie contract and was...
Clemons was owed just 4 million dollars this season, 3 million if you count the 1 million that the Seahawks were allowed to reduce his salary by after he skipped mandatory minicamp last month, per his contract. This deal rips up the final year of his old deal and replaces it with a 3 year, 21 million dollar contract and keeps Clemons from holding out into Training Camp, which could...
When Pete Carroll and the Seattle Seahawks broke from minicamp in mid-June, all the focus heading into training camp was on a three-way competition for starting quarterback.
While figuring out that key position is still a major concern, it's no longer the biggest story as the Seahawks prepare to start training camp Saturday.
Marshawn Lynch's arrest for driving under the...
According to Dan Arkush of ProFootballWeekly.com, even though some people around the league believe Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch may not be suspended after being arrested, there’s still a chance NFL commissioner Roger Goodell will punish him this season by suspending him for a couple of games.
“Opinions leaguewide have been mixed on the subject of...
After getting arrested last week on DUI, Marshawn Lynch, who has 2 prior convictions and a prior 3 game suspension, is facing suspension from the NFL. According to the Sports Xchange’s Len Pasquarelli, the Seahawks are “holding their breath” as the NFL reviews the situation of their recently paid 31 million dollar back (over 3 years). He should get some sort of suspension....
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A lot of Seattle’s 5dimes odds depends on the status of two players, defensive end Chris Clemons and running back Marshawn Lynch. One half of that duo is in a better place than he was, while the other is waiting to see if he can even play in the season opener.
Actually, Lynch’s troubles are larger than that as he was arrested for a DUI and he has been...
According to Mike Sando of ESPN.com, the Seattle Seahawks have signed defensive end Chris Clemons to a new multi-year extension. The terms of the new deal haven’t been disclosed yet.
Clemons has been holding out this offseason in hopes of getting a new contract, now he can report to training camp on time with some more money headed his way.