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The Penalty Flag:
Building the core of the Seattle Seahawks roster has already been accomplished in the last three drafts. It’s time to make the final moves to get this team in the Super Bowl in 2013, and still have enough talent to repeat in 2014. Let’s get to my Seattle Seahawks 2013 NFL mock draft and see who the Seahawks might target on draft day.
56. Seattle Seahawks select: Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
The Seahawks are stacked at wide receiver, I get it, but Golden Tate becomes a free agent after 2013... Read more
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
I can’t wait to see Marshawn Lynch running again. I’m almost willing to skip past Fourth of July, fishing, picnics and all that summer stuff just to see Marshawn get Beast Mode on the Carolina Panthers, September 8th. Almost. Let’s not skip the fishing.
But in my analytical heart I must admit running backs don’t last forever. According to the NFLPA, running backs have the...
This April, the Seahawks didn't have to wait until the official start of the draft to pick up a little something special. And no, I'm not talking about trading for Percy Harvin, or signing Cliff Avril, or even re-signing Clint Gresham (it's easy to take having a reliable long snapper for granted until you don't have one -- remember 2008?). No, the big acquisition...
NFL News: The Seattle Seahawks have signed quarterback Jerrod Johnson. The former Texas A&M QB, went undrafted in 2011 and has not made the regular season roster for an NFL team thus far. In 2011 he was brought into Philadelphia where he lasted only two weeks on the 90 man roster. In 2012, Johnson was signed to a reserves/futures contract with the Steelers. He’ll likely serve...
Day 1 in the books
We got Harvin!
Before I get into the potential day 2 picks for the Seattle Seahawks, I want to take a look at a couple things that happened on day 1.
Before the draft, I took to Twitter and Facebook a question to gauge Percy Harvin’s value compared to the talent in this year’s draft. The results where slightly mixed; however, just about everyone agreed that...
In less than an hour, the first round of the NFL's 2013 draft will get underway. Tonight's action won't be as exciting for Seahawks fans, since the team traded its first round pick for all-around offensive stud Percy Harvin, but if there's anything we've learned from Schneider and Carroll's previous three drafts it's that nothing should be taken for...