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The Seattle Seahawks made a bold move this offseason when they acquired the volatile and versatile Percy Harvin from the Minnesota Vikings. Seattle's newest wide receiver is here to not just enhance — but lead — the Seahawks to offensive air dominance.
The Seahawks sent their 2013 first-round pick (25th overall), a 2013 seventh-round pick and a 2014 third-round pick to the Vikings for Harvin, who was in the last year of his rookie contract. He was given a new contract from the Seahawks, valued at $67 million over six years including $25.5 million in guarantees. For comparison, it's significantly more than Victor Cruz just got in his new deal with the Giants.
That's a lot of want.
Strike that. When you give that much for one player, it reflects a need. Seattle recognized that it needed to improve in the passing game in order to take the next step.
Is Percy Harvin the missing piece of the puzzle? One major publication thinks so, apparently. USA Today spor...
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The biggest weakness for the Seattle Seahawks defense in 2012 was the lack of a solid pass rush.
However, the Seahawks think they have upgraded that area by signing pass rusher Cliff Avril.
Seattle’s top two pass rushers Chris Clemons (ACL) and Bruce Irvin (performance-enhancing drug suspension) won’t be available for the start of the season.
That makes Avril's presence...
After a pretty strong rookie season in 2012, the Seattle Seahawks plan on moving defensive end Bruce Irvin to outside linebacker, according to Eric D. Williams of the News Tribune.
The West Virginia product led all rookies in sacks last year with eight as a part-time player coming in at defensive end in passing situations. But Carroll plans on moving the 6-foot-3, 245-pounder to...
Bruce Irvin, drafted No. 15 overall in the 2012 NFL Draft by the Seattle Seahawks, is learning a new position this offseason. According to The News Tribune, Seahawks coach Pete Carroll plans on moving Irvin from defensive end to outside
According to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch’s pretrial hearing on Thursday revealed he won’t stand trial before a jury until Dec. 27.
He will have his day in court for a July DUI arrest. July of 2012.
Lynch pleaded not guilty to two charges stemming from the arrest.
Commissioner Roger Goodell usually waits for legal outcomes...
The Seattle Seahawks have waived wide receiver Charly Martin. Martin worked as a backup slot receiver and special teamer for the Hawks in 2012 and will now look to join another NFL camp. He caught 4 passes for 42 yards last season and has also previously played for the Carolina Panthers. He shouldn’t have trouble finding a home for the duration of the preseason.
It’s About The Touches
Expectations are high for the 2013 Seattle Seahawks offense. The team peaked in weeks 14-16, outscoring their opponents a combined 150-30. Even in a loss to the Atlanta Falcons in the divisional round, the team showed they belong in the playoffs.
Going into this season, you have a sophomore quarterback who has transformed into the team leader, a running...
Seattle running back Marshawn Lynch's 2012 DUI arrest is still out there, but with a Dec 27 court date and the regular season ending on Dec 29, fantasy owners should not have to worry about him missing any time because of it.Fantasy Spin:Lynch had a monster season in 2012-13 with 1,590 rushing yards, 10 100-yard games and 12 total touchdowns. Fantasy owners can handcuff Robert...
In an effort organized by a group named Volume 12, Seahawks fans will attempt to become the loudest crowd on record when their team hosts the San Francisco 49ers on September 15 at CenturyLink Field in Seattle. Guinness Book of World Records currently lists the noisiest audience as one that reached 131.76 decibels in March 2011 at a Turkish soccer game in Istanbul. “It occurred...
Just yesterday the 49ers released long snapper Kyle Nelson. Today the Niners’ bitter rival, the Seahawks claimed Nelson off of waivers. In order to make room for Nelson, the Seahawks cut wide receiver Charly martin. Need NFL Tickets? Loading... The post Seahawks claim former 49ers long snapper Kyle Nelson off waivers appeared first on Pro Football Zone.
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You’ll see a photo in the gallery of what is allegedly Pirates fans spreading ashes during last night’s game against the A’s. We’ll be trying to track down video of this incident. Hang…
San Francisco added another wide receiver to the mix Friday by claiming former Panther and Seahawk Charly Martin.