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Pro Sports Daily:
Seahawks offensive lineman Allen Barbre was suspended the first four games of the 2012 season, Howard Balzer of the The Sports Xchange has learned. Barbre, 28, plays guard and tackle. He's not guaranteed a roster spot and his suspension complicates his chances of making the 53-man roster out of camp. The Seahawks pursued multiple offensive linemen in the offseason and also get second-year guard John Moffitt back. Second-year offensive lineman James Carpenter (knee) could return, but his health remains a question.
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According to Howard Balzer of ESPN101.com, the NFL has suspended Seattle Seahawks tackle Allen Barbre for the first four games of the 2012 season.
Right now we don’t know the reasoning for Barbre’s suspension, since the NFL has yet to confirm the situation.
The 27 year-old Barbre played in 4 games during the 2011 season.
In a picture snapped off at the Seattle Seahawks OTA practice today at the VMAC we now know what number Kellen Winslow Jr. will wear at TE for Seattle.
He is officially wearing Darrell Jackson's old #82.
Also Paul Skansi's old #82. But who's showing off their Seahawks history?
K2 will not be available for interviews until Thursday we're told.
According to Seattle Seahawks owner Paul Allen, his team has acquired tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. in a trade with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for an undisclosed 2013 draft pick.
I’ll admit, I was wrong. I really thought Winslow would be released, since it was believed that he didn’t have much trade value. This is the second time in his career that he’s been...
Even though the NHL playoffs is taking up a lot of attention along with the NBA postseason and the beginning of the MLB season, action in the NFL is heating up as OTAs, or Organized Team Activities as they are formally known, are taking place and the Seattle Seahawks are starting to look like well see in when camp starts up. The Seahawks made a trade to pick up tight end Kellen...
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The Seattle Seahawks made a great move on Monday by acquiring TE Kellen Winslow from the Buccaneers and all they had to give up was a conditional 2013 7th round draft pick that will be a 6th round pick if he makes the team and makes some plays.
Per Mike Sando of the ESPN NFC West blog. “The team does have ample cap room to absorb the $4.8 million salary,...
The Seattle Seahawks just acquired tight end Kellen Winslow Jr. from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for an undisclosed draft pick on Monday. The Seahawks already had a solid pass-catching tight end in Zach Miller who they signed from the Oakland Raiders just a year earlier. Miller only caught 25 passes for Seattle last year though after having 60 or more receptions in each of his last...
While Tarvaris Jackson may have another competitor for a quarterback job on the roster, the height question continues to dog Russell Wilson and some wonder if he was a big reach for the Seahawks in the third round. Plus, teams are struggling with how to deal with players hurt away from work, and running backs continue to get big contract extensions.
Per Mike Sando of ESPN, the Seahawks have agreed to a trade with Tampa Bay for tight end Kellen Winslow. Trade details to follow as it is made available.
Winslow gives the Seahawks a talented pass-catching tight end that can situationally be used as a blocker. He is 29, giving the offense a veteran presence. At his best he is a pro-bowl caliber type of tight end, yet another weapon...
Our man Brandon made a pitch for why the Seattle Seahawks should appear on HBO's 2012 Hard Knocks a little over a week ago in his 5 Reasons the Seahawks are a perfect fit article.
Apparently the powers that be over at the VMAC see things differently.
Per a story today at ProFootballTalk the Seahawks were approached about HBO's Hard Knocks, but said no.
Seahawks GM John...
The third and final phase of the offseason is in full swing as the Seattle Seahawks hold the first of ten offseason team activities (OTAs) this week at Virginia Mason Athletic Center. Under the new collective bargaining agreement, phase three allows all coaches to be present at on-field team practices and 10 OTA days, which will be broken up in to four mini camps over the next four...