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The Seattle Seahawks announced on Thursday that they signed sixth round pick, fullback Spencer Ware.
Sixth-round draft pick FB Spencer Ware (@spenceware11) has signed a multi-year contract with the club.
— Seattle Seahawks (@Seahawks) May 16, 2013
It’s interesting that the Seahawks drafted a fullback when they already have Michael Robinson. You have to wonder if Robinson’s job is in jeopardy.
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The Seattle Seahawks have agreed to a deal and signed their sixth-round draft pick Spencer Ware to a four-year deal. The running back will most likely be a lead blocker and perform as a full back on the Seahawks roster considering that they already have one of the better backs in the game with Marshawn Lynch.
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The Seattle Seahawks have signed fullback Spencer Ware to a multi-year contract, leaving the team with just three unsigned draft picks.
Seattle announced the signing of its sixth-round pick on Thursday. Terms of Ware's deal were not announced.
Ware is being moved from running back, his position at LSU, to fullback. He received praise from coach Pete Carroll during last weekend...
According to Black Sports Online, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman posted on his Facebook page that he hired Lance Easley to officiate a charity softball game that he put together. He’s the referee that blew a huge call on Monday Night Football that prompted the NFL to get a deal done with the regular officials.
“Remember the Ref who called TD during the Green Bay...
It is no secret that Bruce Irvin and I don’t have the best relationship. I am not exactly sure what I did to piss him off, but it must have been something. He’s not the first player, nor will he be the last, that I haven’t seen eye to eye with.
Still, I do my best to evaluate those players the same as I would a player who I like, or one that I have never...
According to Darin Gantt of Profootballtalk.com, Seattle Seahawks defensive end Bruce Irvin has been suspended for violating the performance enhancing drug policy of the NFL and will face a four week suspension.
Irvin, in his second year can still practice with team, but is prohibited from the start of the regular season to have any contact with the team for four weeks.
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Say what you will about Richard Sherman, but the outspoken cornerback has a sense of humor. Sherman hired Lance Easley to umpire his charity softball game on July 7, according to the event’s Facebook page. Easley, for those who don’t recall, is the NFL replacement referee who blew the simultaneous catch call in the Monday Night Football matchup between the Seahawks and Packers...
ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that Seahawks DE Bruce Irvin has been suspended for the first four games of the 2013 regular season for violating the NFL policy on performance enhancing substances.
Dave Mahler reports that league sources have confirmed that Irvin’s suspension was for adderall use.
Irvin has since released a statement:
“I want to apologize to my teammates, coaches...
Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman loves to make a splash or bring attention to himself. With so much free time during this off-season, Sherman is going to bring some attention to himself, and poke the Packers a little bit.
Sherman is hosting a charity softball game in July, and he hired a special guest referee to take part in the festivities.
Sherman wrote on the Facebook page for...
For those of you who didn't know already, Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman is hosting a charity softball game in July and he got a very special person to help call the game.
The replacement referee who helped the Seahawks score a week three victory against the Green Bay Packers in 2012 NFL Season.
The fine folks over at Pro Football Talk have the official details...
It seems that Richard Sherman is still very appreciative of Lance Easley. You remember old Lance. He was the guy that said Golden Tate caught the ball and awarded the Seattle Seahawks with a Hail Mary touchdown to win the game over the Green Bay Packers. This was the catalyst that sent the NFL into overtime in their negotiations to strike a deal with the actual referees after fans...
GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Lance Easley just will not go away.
The NFL replacement referee who infamously ruled a touchdown on the final play between the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks in Week 3 last season is once again making the most out of his blown call.
Easley will umpire an upcoming charity softball game that is being hosted by Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman.
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To get what needs to immediately be said before addressing this article, the Seattle Seahawks are loaded with talent. A youth-movement that has been supplemented with the presence of veterans has led this team to being an early favorite in the NFC while garnering the attention of the national media.
Players like Earl Thomas, Russell Wilson, Richard Sherman, Brandon...
I am a bit late to the party on this piece due to vacation. Nevertheless I wanted to take a moment to summarize what caught my eye watching the video's and listening to all the press conferences on the Seahawks website.
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