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What should the Seahawks do with Matt Flynn this offseason?
A case can easily made that no team in the NFL had more of an up and down season last year then the Seattle Seahawks. Starting the year 4-4 (and some would say 3-5 after the “Fail Mary” against Green Bay), rallying to finish 11-5, toppling Washington and Robert Griffin’s knee in the playoffs and advancing all the way to the NFC Divisional Playoff against Atlanta, where they rallied from 20 points down after three quarters only to lose on a last second field goal. With a season like that, the offseason should be easy, right?
The Seahawks already have the keys in place at most positions. Russell Wilson and Marshawn Lynch are ready as ever, the entire offensive line returns, and nine of eleven defensive starters are under contract.
Priority #1: Retain Kam Chancellor and Golden Tate
Seattle comes into the offseason $13 million under the cap, though general manager John Schneider is not expected to go on any spending sprees. ...
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Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman posted a messaged on Twitter in hopes of being able to recruit cornerback/safety Charles Woodson who is now a free agency after the Packers released him on Friday. Charles Woodson come to Seattle with the L.O.B and let’s go after this ring! — Richard Sherman (@RSherman_25) February 15, 2013 My thoughts are simply the more talent the...
Monte Kiffin will be changing the Cowboys defense, and to illustrate his point, he says just watch the Seahawks. Kiffin told cornerback Brandon Carr and defensive lineman Jason Hatcher to study the Seattle defense to get an idea of what they will be doing.
In cover 2, the cornerbacks are considered to be "hard" corners, meaning that they have increased run stopping responsibilities...
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was a guest on NFL AM Friday and voiced his opinion on the NFL's Rooney Rule after the subject of Lovie Smith not getting a head coaching job came up.
"Don't get me started on the Rooney Rule," Sherman said. " ... I mean, it's starting to become kind of ridiculous. It's past resumes and who's great....
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman makes sure everyone knows he's not afraid of any wide receiver in the league, that includes Atlanta Falcons wideout Roddy White, who Sherman met in the playoffs.
With the 25th pick…
The NFL Draft is always eventful, especially for the Seattle Seahawks. While many teams are banking on their top round picks, the Seahawks have taken another direction under GM John Schneider and Head Coach Pete Carroll.
This nontraditional way of drafting teams has taken the NFL by storm via PCJS and has shown the Seahawks know what they’re doing.
Seattle Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman was a guest Friday on NFL Total Access and was asked who he thinks are the best cornerbacks in the league besides himself. His answer included a somewhat surprising name from the Pittsburgh Steelers.
"Well if Darrelle Revis is playing then I would say it's him, but this year he didn't get a chance to play," started...
Despite grabbing five passes for 76 yards and a touchdown, Richard Sherman says covering Roddy White during their divisional playoff game was “easy” (Credit: AP Photo) During their divisional round match-up, Seattle Seahawks corner back Richard Sherman and Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Roddy White were in each other’s faces. While speaking to NFL Live today, according to Sherman...
Terrell Owens used to annoy opposing NFL defenses with his brand of physical play at wide receiver and his brash celebrations. Now that his pro football career is over, he’s causing disturbances at 4:30 in the morning knocking on doors — and no, not ones that belong to NFL general managers, at least not yet.
Owens was confronted by police after banging on a woman’s door for...
Even in the offseason, Richard Sherman continues to run his mouth.
In an appearance on "NFL Live" Thursday, the loquacious Seahawks cornerback said defending Falcons receiver Roddy White is no tall task.
“He’s an easy matchup. He’ll be another easy matchup next year,” Sherman said of White, via ProFootballTalk.com. “This is just fact.”
Sherman and White...
With the rise of young quarterbacks like Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson, there's a debate on the horizon. How much mobility does a modern NFL quarterback need? The success of Griffin and Wilson can't be overlooked, but there's another side to this coin. While Russell Wilson and Robert Griffin add and element to a team's offense that is otherwise absent, it...