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NorthWest Sports Beat:
What a weekend it must of been at the Seahawks headquarters, and of course for Paul Allen's wallet.
News being reported today by John Boyle is
Seahawks announce that, in addition to Irvin, they've agreed to terms with seven other draft picks.
All but Robert Turbin and Jaye Howard. Basically in addition to DE Bruce Irvin the Seahawks announced that they have agreed to terms with second round linebacker Bobby Wagner, third round quarterback Russell Wilson, fifth round linebacker Korey Toomer, sixth round cornerback Jeremy Lane and safety Winston Guy, and seventh round guard J.R. Sweezy and defensive end Greg Scruggs.
The two unsigned players are running back Robert Turbin and defensive tackle Jaye Howard, both of whom were selected in the fourth round.
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When the Seattle Seahawks selected Bruce Irvin with the 15th overall pick in the 2012 NFL draft I was critical of the pick. Ever since then he has been doing everything in his power to change my mind and others like me.
I did not hate the pick like some of the others so maybe I am more easily swayed but from everything I have heard from or about him since being...
Earlier today it was reported that the Seattle Seahawks signed first round pick Bruce Irvin. Now we also have confirmation from the Seahawks themselves that they’ve signed rookie quarterback Russell Wilson as well as six other draft picks. So in total they signed eight draft picks today.
The other players the Seahawks signed were 2nd round pick Bobby Wagner, 5th round pick...
Per a report from Pro Football Talk, and later confirmed by Seattle Times Danny O'Neil the Seattle Seahawks have locked up 2012 1st round draft pick and the 15th overall selection Bruce Irvin from West Virginia.
Andrew Brandt reports Irvin gets $9.34M fully guaranteed over 4 yrs, w/over $5M signing bonus
Irvin is the first first-rounder to sign his contract.
The Seahawks moved...
Despite heavy criticism from draft pundits, Damon Hatheway thinks the Seahawks found their man in the first round.
According to Mike Florio of ProFootballTalk.com, the Seattle Seahawks have agreed to terms with first round pick Bruce Irvin.
Irvin has the ability to be one of the best pass rushers in the NFL and he also has to ability to be a huge bust. A lot of that will depend on whether or not he’s willing to put the work in on the field and also stay out of trouble off of it.
Call him the biggest reach in the draft, or call him one of the most astute picks made by the Seahawks, either way Bruce Irvin was the 15thpick in the first round of the 2012 draft and will be given every opportunity to prove worthy of the pick.
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