Found October 11, 2011 on Seattle Times:
Tom Cable, the Seahawks' offensive line coach and assistant head coach, has recovered from recent back surgery. The Seahawks' offense has also made a recovery, scoring 55 points the past two games.

State Of The Seahawks: Weekly Notebook | October 11th

State of the Seattle Seahawks. Insider Steve our man with his pulse on the Seahawks football beat is back with another edition of the Notebook. The October 11th, 2011 edition. After sitting out Sunday's with back spasm's and a bone bruise, CB Marcus Trufant had an MRI on his back, and WR Mike Williams was cleared to resume full contact practice.

Whitehurst looks to take advantage of opportunity

With the Seattle Seahawks offense finally showing signs of life the last few weeks using a no-huddle offense engineered by quarterback Tarvaris Jackson, backup Charlie Whitehurst was left to practice the no-huddle on his own. Whitehurst hadn't had many opportunities in practice to get acclimated to the team's new high-paced offense. His experience was limited strictly to...

Seahawks QB Jackson day-to-day with pectoral strain

Seattle Seahawks quarterback Tarvaris Jackson has been listed as day-to-day with a high-grade strain of the right pectoral muscle. Jackson was injured in the third quarter of Sunday's 36-25 victory over the New York Giants. He was replaced by Charlie Whitehurst. Seattle has a bye this week, giving him time to recover. An offseason acquisition, Jackson has thrown for 1,012...

Pete Carroll: No Seahawks quarterback controversy

Coach doesn't know how long strained pectoral muscle will keep starter Tarvaris Jackson out.

Is Baldwin Already The #2 Receiver

Before week 1′s game against the 49ers, I made what I thought was a fairly bold prediction that undrafted rookie Doug Baldwin would take over as the team’s #3 receiver and would take the place of Ben Obomanu. At the time, I actually thought that Baldwin would make Obomanu expendable, and that this end up being his last season as a Seahawk.Well, it didn’t take very long for...

Seahawks Rookie WR Doug Baldwin's Hot Start Not Surprising To Team

According to QB Charlie Whitehurst, rookie wide receiver Doug Baldwin's hot start has hardly been a surprise at Seahawks headquarters. "The first few days of training camp we kinda had a smirk on our faces," said Whitehurst. "How in the world did we get this guy?" Baldwin racked up the majority of his 136 Week 5 yards in the fourth quarter with Whitehurst...

The 2011 Seahawks are thriving in the no huddle

Seahawks beat writer KShell points out you can clearly see the Seattle Seahawks offense is night and day better running the no huddle offense. Quarterbacks Tarvaris Jackson thrived in the no huddle, as did backup Charlie Whitehurst who came in and got the win versus the New York Giants on Sunday in Week 5 NFL action.

We got no stinkin' controversy

The Seahawks quarterback situation will be a hot-button topic, but I tend to agree with coach Pete Carroll on this one: Let's see how Tarvaris Jackson recovers from his strained pec before getting too lathered up about hypothetical contingencies. Jackson had been on his best streak as a Seahawk, leading them to 35 points combined in the second half of the Atlanta game and the...

Beneficial bye week

It's clear the Hawks will benefit from getting some time off during the bye week, as a number of key players sat out Tuesday's practice. The most visible was center Max Unger, who wore a protective boot. While it looked serious, line coach Tom Cable said it was a problem with a foot that swelled up Monday morning. He said he was told to expect that Unger would be available...

Deep scouting has been the key to Seahawks’ surprises

SEATTLE, Wash. -- Perhaps even more surprising than the Seattle Seahawks' 36-25 Sunday win over the New York Giants at MetLife Stadium — the franchise's first win in New York since 1983 — were the key contributions made by two undrafted free agents. Receiver Doug Baldwin and cornerback Brandon Browner came to the NFL on different career paths, but they're both making...

Seahawks trade former first-round pick Curry to Raiders

The Seattle Seahawks have agreed to trade linebacker Aaron Curry to the Oakland Raiders for undisclosed draft picks in 2012 and 2013, sources told Fox Sports reporter and NFL Network contributor Jay Glazer.
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