Found August 17, 2012 on
The Seattle Seahawks decided this past offseason that they had a wide receiving corps that was not exactly up to the standards of the rest of the National Football League. Not even if the watered down NFC West. Seattle went forward and cut Mike Williams, who had been one of their better receivers a couple of seasons ago. That left them with Ben Obomanu and Deon Butler atop the team’s wide receiver depth chart.
Which is actually quite strange, considering that Sidney Rice and Doug Baldwin are still on the roster. I take it we are to assume their health and production are not quite up to par either.
But after taking a look at how that may actually play out this season for either Matt Flynn or Russell Wilson at quarterback, Pete Carroll and the Seahawks decided that Charly Martin as the team’s No. 3 receiver was not exactly going to help Seattle open up a potent offense through the air.
Due to that, the Seahawks went out and signed Braylon Edwards. And then they brought in Terrell Owen...
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Receiver Terrell Owens did not perform well in his Seahawks debut Saturday. According to the Seattle Times, Owens was targeted five times but failed to catch a single pass.Fantasy Spin:Owens dropped a perfectly thrown ball that would have been a 46-yard touchdown. According to Jason LaCanfora, team sources said Owens is hardly assured of making the roster, though we think he'...
Veteran wide receiver Terrell Owens failed to make a reception in his debut with Seattle, and dropped what should have been a 46-yard TD pass from Matt Flynn.
Owens was open on a deep post pattern on a play-action fake, but failed to secure a perfectly thrown ball that went right through his hands.
The Seahawks lead the Broncos 16-10 with 4:57 left in the third quarter. Neither team...
It’s too early to speculate as to whether or not Seattle Seahawks receiver Terrell Owens has aged like fine wine or not but it doesn’t look good.
Against the Broncos Saturday night, he had every opportunity to come through and show that he still has the goods to be a difference maker in this league.
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Terrell Owens says he is ''no longer'' a member of the Seattle Seahawks.
The 38-year-old wide receiver posted the news on his Twitter account.
''I'm no longer a Seahawk. I THANK the organization 4 the opportunity, I'm truly blessed beyond belief. My FAITH is intact & will NOT waiver.''
Owens signed a one-year deal with Seattle earlier...
Just announced by the Seattle Seahawks. We've learned that Terrell Owens will indeed play for the Seahawks on Saturday night versus Peyton Manning and the Broncos.
It will be good to see TO catching balls from starter Matt Flynn in a real game situation.
It will also be nice to see the young up and coming Seahawks defense get tested by Manning.
Here's the Matchup and Preview...
Braylon Edwards has always been a talented receiver and as such he’s proven himself to be an enigma so far in the NFL.
He’s made huge plays and saw his career jump off to a great start yet after leaving Cleveland he sputtered out in both New York with the Jets and in San Francisco.
Now, it looks like he’s ready to go for his and he appears to be on the verge of his long-awaited...
The Seattle Seahawks signed diva wide receiver Terrell Owens to a one-year deal recently.
With T.O. on the team, the Seahawks have made one of three necessary moves for success in 2012. Now Seattle needs to simply reach out to freshly-available Chad Johnson and throw a feeler out to free agent Plaxico Burress to establish itself as the frontrunner for the 2013 edition of Hard Knocks...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBSSports.com, wide receiver Terrell Owens hasn’t been guaranteed a spot on the Seahawks’ finals 53-man roster.
“The other former superstar trying to rekindle the past, Seahawks receiver Terrell Owens, had considerably less success. He’s hardly assured of making this roster, according to team sources, and while quarterback Matt Flynn...
Terrell Owens will make his debut for the Seattle Seahawks on
Saturday night when they travel to Denver for a preseason game
against the Broncos.
Judging from this practice alone, Matt Flynn is the clear-cut favorite to start in week 1 of the regular season. Flynn, as advertised, showed crispness in his mechanics and his accuracy was top-notch, (only 3 incompletions during the entire practice). He often checked down short passes rather than airing it out deep, but did flash his arm on several occasions as...