Found January 26, 2012 on
12th Man Rising:
Fansided does some pretty awesome things. Sure I’m a little biased since they made me the editor of this site, but lets not get too distracted from the point. They do some pretty awesome things, and one of them is keeping a database of over 200 Mock Drafts.
While I don’t have time right now to go through all of them, I thought I’d give you a taste of some of the players that the different draft experts have the Seahawks taking in 15 of those Mock Drafts:
CBS – Rob Rang
Nick Perry, DE
CBS – Dane Brugler
Ryan Tannehill, QB
The New Draft
Quinton Coples, DT/DE
Draft Day Insider
Jerel Worthy, DT
Michael Brockers, DT … [visit site to read more]
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Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice has undergone surgery on both shoulders.
One of the procedures was to repair a torn labrum.
Rice's season was cut short when he was placed on injured reserve at the end of November with a concussion.
He had 32 receptions for 484 yards and two touchdowns in his first season with season.
Rice has his best season in 2009, hauling in...
According to Tom Pelissero of 1500 ESPN Radio in the Twin Cities, Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice underwent surgery on both of his shoulders.
One of Rice’s shoulders had a torn labrum and the other we’re not positive what the injury was.
At this point, it looks like the Vikings made a smart move when they decided to not re-sign Rice when his contract expired last...
The Seahawks have chosen two quarterbacks in the previous seven drafts combined. The Colts, Cowboys and Jaguars are the only teams that have picked fewer, but that's part of a larger trend in Seattle where it has been 19 years since the Seahawks chose Rick Mirer with the second pick of the 1993 draft.
There have been 208 quarterbacks drafted into the NFL since then, 44 of them...
Reports are coming out from YAHOO sports that Seattle Seahawks wide receiver Sidney Rice had surgery on both of his shoulders following the season.
Tom Pelissero of 1500 ESPN reports Rice will have to rehabilitate twice as hard this offseason as he looks to bounce back from a disappointing first season following his big free-agent splash.
One of the procedures was to repair a torn...
Join us as we take a look at the Seahawks rookie class of 2011 beginning with Round 1, James Carpenter and Round 3, John … [visit site to read more]
The Seahawks, who didn't have a player in the Pro Bowl the past two seasons, have five players in this year's game.
Sidney Rice was one of the biggest names on the free agent market last year. He was seen as a big-time risk because of injuries, but he still scored a huge deal from the Seahawks. One year later, Rice’s rep as an injury prone player has not improved. Tom Pelissero of espn1500.com reports that Rice…
That’s right -- five Pro Bowlers!
In their second year at the helm, Pete Carroll and the Schneid have brought in five guys who made the Pro Bowl this year. I hope Addicts and other Seahawk fans realize what an enormous feat that is. Of course, a deep playoff run would be even more amazing, but let’s put this achievement in perspective by comparing it to Tim Ruskell’s five...