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Seattle Seahawks Motives in DraftBy DJ BoyerSeattle may have the biggest impact on the first round and they are doing it without a 1st round selection after giving theirs away to Minnesota in exchange for Percy Harvin. By signing Cliff Avril and Michael Bennett it should ease the pain of losing Chris Clemons after watching him blow out his ACL in the playoff win against the Redskins. Seattle seems intent on looking at the offensive line where aside from Pro Bowlers Max Unger and Russell Okung, they have very little. Seattle may also try to add another linebacker and hopefully see the same impact Bobby Wagner gave them a season ago when the rookie led the team in tackles. With arguably the best starting secondary in football depth in the secondary should be addressed. With such a great corps of starters rumors have already begun that the Seahawks may be the team to bring in a playmaker for the slot/nickel and that could be in the form of The Honey Badger, Tyrann Mathieu.Thanks for re...
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The Seattle Seahawks are making a lot of moves in this 2013 offseason, but one of the moves they could make is signing Tim Tebow if the New York Jets part ways. Now the Seahawks have Matt Flynn as their backup quarterback, but can Matt Flynn run the same offense that Russell Wilson runs? No, and Tebow isn’t nearly as accurate as Wilson, but he would be a good fit in that offense... Read more
A week into the 2013 NFL free agency frenzy, many players have moved to knew teams. Also, many of the big name guys were let go from their respective franchises as well. Here are my top 3 winners and losers of free agency so far. Winners 1. Seattle Seahawks: In becoming one of my top [...]
Seahawks general manager John Schneider initially didn’t want to trade for Percy Harvin, according to a Sports Illustrated story that indicated the Vikings initiated contact on a trade.
1. The Percy Harvin trade was outstanding for the Seahawks. They landed a proven playmaker for a first-round pick that may-or-may not wind up being a valuable piece, a seventh-rounder that probably would have been a long-shot to make an already stacked roster, and a third-round selection in 2014 that may-or-may not turn into a solid role player. It’s clear that Harvin wore out...