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Coming off an impressive second half of the season, the Seahawks need to build on their momentum from this past season. And the best way to do that is re-signing some of their talent that played a huge part in this years second half success.
Just like last years signings of Alan Branch, Raheem Brock, and, Brandon Mebane, who were helpful to this...
Mediocre is the word that comes to mind when thinking about the Seattle Seahawks. Not great at anything but average at everything, the Seahawks competed in nearly every game this year. They simply lack the great players that can take them to that next level. Let's take a look at some of the bright spots fans have to look forward to and some of the fat that needs to be cut from...
As of today, there are more than 18 Seahawks players scheduled to become unrestricted free agents (UFA) this offseason. There are many key players within this group that should be retained. The challenge will be deciding which of these players to keep; the salary cap will make it difficult to retain all of them. The following, in my opinion, are the free agents grouped into "...
We apologize for such a slow stream of articles lately. There just isn't much to report at this time. Here are a few interesting reads from other blogs and sites:
Bill Schwartz of 710 ESPN Seattle makes his case for how much he thinks it will cost to retain Marshawn Lynch.
Brady Henderson of 710 ESPN Seattle says that cornerback Brandon Browner still has a chance to make...
Just a quick update to break the silence. According to WalterFootball.com, the coin flip between Kansas City and Seattle for the 11th overall selection has been made, with Kansas City winning the flip. Kansas City will receive the 11th overall selection during this April's draft, and your Seattle Seahawks will have the 12th overall selection. This won't affect the team all...
So what did I miss the past two weeks?
For the Seahawks, not much. And that's remarkable.
For the first time since 2001, Seattle was not either a) in the playoffs, or b) making a significant front-office move.
Seriously, go back, look it up. After the 2002 season, Mike Holmgren got defrocked of GM responsibilities. In 2003 through 2007, the Seahawks were in the postseason. After...
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